NASA is investing in food-printing technology.
Author: Samuel Shin
Cerritos Elementary hosts 8th Annual Pancake Breakfast
Cerritos Elementary school hosted its 8th annual Pancake Breakfast, bringing the community together once again for a bright morning of food, serving, and most important of all, interaction.
“Ice Age: Continental Drift” (2012)
The fourth movie of the “Ice Age” series comes back to show the true importance of family, friends, and unity.
The iPhone 5: Success or Failure?
Apple’s competition with Samsung continues to grow with its newest introduction, the Apple iPhone 5. Will it be just another ordinary iPhone, or a new device that will put Apple over the top?
South Korean Soccer Team Makes History
The bronze-medal match was unlike any other, with the South Koreans earning their first ever medal in Olympic soccer and a military exemption by defeating their rival neighbors, Japan.
20th Anniversary of LA Riots brings Unity and Racial Harmony
People of diverse and different backgrounds came together 20 years later to patch up the wounds and scars left behind by the LA Riots.
Young Leaders of Orange County Participate in Easter Eggstravaganza
The community is brightened up through a day of service by youth volunteers.
Gahr High hosts Spring League Basketball Tournament
During spring break, many athletes take the time to condition and train in order to be ready for their upcoming or returning season of sports. Many athletes run practice drills over the break, or even look for competitive pick-up games at nearby parks and schools. If so, Gahr High school might be just the place…
Young Leaders of Orange County Tutoring Group receives California State Senator and Buena Park City Awards
On March 12 and March 15, the Young Leaders of Orange County (YLOC) tutoring group received a Certificate of Commendation from the City of Buena Park, and a Certificate of Recognition from California state Sen. Lou Correa of District 34. Samuel ShinMore Posts
There is no “I” in “Serve”; Continuing to serve at the age of 73
For most people, Saturday is their day of catching up on sleep, hanging out with friends, or having fun while watching college basketball games. But for 73-year old Rev. Shin Suk-Woo, it is a day of care and service. Samuel ShinMore Posts