Charles Min responds to a Wall Street Journal piece by a bitter Ivy League reject.
On January 30, South Korea successfully launched its first space rocket and satellite: the KSLV-1 Naro rocket.
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) has recently denied Superintendent John Deasey’s request for a $17.4 million allocation for the purchase of tablet computers. Despite its good intentions, the logistics of such a plan render it detrimental to the school district, given its current financial troubles.
The Korean Resource Center seeks to empower the Korean-American community through a major voter turnout on Nov. 6 and the adoption of Proposition 30.
The recent “We Are Hungry” video went viral on YouTube a few weeks ago, renewing the controversies surrounding the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, Michelle Obama’s initiative to combat childhood obesity.
Hospital shooting in Akron, Ohio on August 8 leaves authorities with an ethical dilemma: Is John Wise’s shooting aggravated murder or an act of love?
Members of the Korean Church Coalition (KCC) gathered in Washington DC to become the voice for the voiceless, to advocate for North Korean human rights on behalf of the countless suffering within North Korean borders.
The South Coast Youth Symphony Orchestra (SCYSO), one of the leading youth orchestras in Southern California, performs its finale concert at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Samsung’s new smartphone, the Galaxy S3, is predicted to be a major hit among smart phone users. However, Apple filed a lawsuit against Samsung, claiming that the new device infringes upon at least two of its patents. Will Samsung be prevented from introducing the Galaxy S3 in US markets?
Student and parent volunteers come together to assist Irvine Mayor Sukhee Kang’s campaign for the 45th Congressional District.