All posts tagged "new jersey"

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    NJ students donate money to buy Thanksgiving turkeys for needy

    Eleven Korean American students in New Jersey elementary, middle and high schools collected $1,000 through an art exhibition that they donated to the Jersey City government Saturday. Students personally delivered the money to Councilman Yoon Yeo-tae. The...

    • Posted November 24, 2014
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    The Korean American voters’ dilemma in NJ

    By Brian Han As election day rolls around on Nov. 4, there is a potential dilemma for Korean Americans in New Jersey’s 5th District as they decide on which candidate deserves their vote. Six-term incumbent U.S. Rep....

    • Posted November 3, 2014
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  • 28th Free Turkeys Korean American Foundation
    NY/NJ foundation begins 28th annual campaign to give away 15,000 pounds of turkey

    Free Turkeys Korean American Foundation, a non-profit effort in New York and New Jersey, has begun its 28th annual campaign. The goal is to raise enough money to give away 15,000 pounds of turkey — that’s roughly...

    • Posted October 23, 2014
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  • Sol Jung is the coordinator of the Korean ceramics exhibit inside Princeton University Art Museum.
    Princeton art museum gets Korean ceramics installation

    A Princeton University Ph.D candidate brought together Korean ceramics to install a Korean art exhibition inside Princeton University Art Museum for the first time. Sol Jung arranged Korean Ceramics: From Archaeology to Art History with 10 pieces...

    • Posted October 20, 2014
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  • New Jersey Korean American voter numbers low, data says

    The percentage of Korean American voters in New Jersey is about half that of the overall registered voters in the state, according to Korean American Civic Empowerment data released Tuesday. About 30 percent of Korean Americans in New...

    • Posted October 16, 2014
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    g.o.d to perform in L.A. and New Jersey in early November

    Get your sky-blue balloons ready — g.o.d is finally coming to the U.S. on tour! The perennially loved five-member band, which made a comeback with their eighth album in July after a long hiatus, will hold “g.o.d...

    • Posted October 3, 2014
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  • 1492 Green Club President Baek Young-hyun, second from left, poses with New York Korean Consul General Son Se-joo, Bergen County Executive Katherine Donovan and Korean American Association of New Jersey President Yoo Kang-hoon while planting the Miss Kim lilac inside New Overpeck Park.
    Korean Garden in Bergen County, N.J. holds first tree planting ceremony

    The Korean Garden inside New Overpeck Park in Bergen County, N.J., announced in March and supported by 1492 Green Club, an environmental activism organization, held its first tree planting ceremony Saturday. The club planted 200 lilacs from...

    • Posted September 22, 2014
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