Asians and Latinos are using hospice at significantly lower rates than whites. Reasons range from ignorance about the system to fear of “mercy killings.”
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Have you spoken with loved ones about death or dying? / ¿Has hablado con tus seres queridos sobre la muerte o el hecho de morirte? / 你和你愛的人談論過死亡嗎？
Asian and Latinos are the least likely among California residents to share with loved ones or physicians end-of-life wishes, making them likely to leave a terrible burden on family members.
Five Years of the Source: Very likely the first Burmese take on that all-American institution — the dollar store — Kyaw Myanmar replaced the Dollar Indian store on the corner of Mission and Atlantic.
The Los Angeles Chinese Photographic Festival, featuring top photographers from China and the United States, will kick off Saturday at China Press.
Sample Boteco's twist on Brazilian tapas at Alhambra Source's party Thursday night at Gallery Nucleus.
Freelance writer and Alhambra resident Johny Ngo explores the local tea house youth culture in his short film "Happy Hour."
Alhambra will celebrate Lunar Near Year's on February 4. Monterey Park and Chinatown will host celebrations on the weekend of the 28th and 29th.
In the days after the storm more than a dozen Alhambra residents got out their cameras and sent us pictures of what they saw. Here are some more shots that came in over the weekend.
Alhambra recently took its first steps toward developing a bike plan. Carlos Morales shares how biking changed his life, along with his passions for community news and tamales.