Most of Alhambra’s residents are immigrants; many don't speak English well. One recent immigrant talks about her future now that the city's adult ESL program is cut.
The prevention team at Pacific Clinics - Asian Pacific Family Center is hosting its 2nd annual San Gabriel Valley-wide Youth Summit for students between 6th and 12th grades on Saturday, February 19, 2011 from 9am to 4pm at Garvey School in Rosemead, CA. We are collaborating with over 20 community
A representative of the high-speed rail that would connect San Francisco to San Diego and may run on or near the 10 Freeway assured AUSD authorities that no schools would be in its path.
A beer and wine permit is denied to a cafe off Main Street, and it sparks a fierce debate about whether there is too much drinking downtown
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the state of California for allowing public schools to charge students for text books, basic supplies and classes. Wu, a student in a local Alhambra high school, told the World Journal that the school started charging students for locker use this
The proposed rail would travel up to 200 miles an hour connecting San Francisco and San Diego and may pass down or near the 10 Freeway
Headway Corporate Resources is currently seeking Research Interviewers for a professional health research survey firm in Alhambra, CA area. This firm has openings for bilingual field supervisors and interviewers who speak both English and Chinese for a USC study. The study involves
Three Asian students at California State University received the 2010 US President's Scholarship recently. One of them, Lillian Tsui, graduated from Alhambra High School and is studying fine arts.
At Mark Keppel, Asian parents and students are upset about cuts to the racquet sport where players swat a shuttlecock over a net.