All posts tagged "New York"

  • (Korea Times)
    Flushing mental health clinic by Korean non-profit opens doors

    By The Korea Times New York staff A mental health clinic by Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York opened in Flushing Monday. The first clinic of its kind planned by a Korean non-profit, the clinic is...

    • Posted November 3, 2015
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  • (Korea Times file)
    NYC to offer free SAT exams to high school juniors

    By The Korea Times New York staff New York City high school juniors will have access to a free SAT exam every spring, Chancellor Carmen Farina announced Monday. “The opportunity to go to college should never be...

    • Posted October 27, 2015
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  • (Korea Times file)
    350,000 Koreans live in 5 states surrounding NY Korean Consulate

    Approximately 350,000 Koreans live in five states surrounding the New York Korean Consulate, according to the latest data by South Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Koreans in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Delaware number 353,479,...

    • Posted October 26, 2015
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  • "Comrade Kim Goes Flying"
    North Korean romantic comedy to screen at Stony Brook University

    A North Korean romantic comedy, “Comrade Kim Goes Flying,” will screen inside Stony Brook University in New York on Nov. 18. The movie, the first-ever collaboration between North Korean, British and Belgian filmmakers, was released in 2012...

    • Posted October 23, 2015
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  • A group of Korean merchants in Flushing's food alley neighborhood are filing a class-action lawsuit as a result of damages suffered following the closing of a bridge in 2010. (Photo courtesy of Korean American Association of Queens)
    Flushing Korean business owners affected by closed bridge to file lawsuit

    A two-lane Flushing bridge that has been blocked off for five years has spurred Korean business owners in the area to file a class-action lawsuit. The site, located at 149th Street in New York City’s Koreatown, lies...

    • Posted October 20, 2015
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  • kpop
    Hundreds come out to FNC NY auditions for a chance at K-pop stardom

    Three hundred K-pop star hopefuls showed up to participate in auditions for FNC Entertainment in Manhattan’s Born Star Training Center Saturday. The agency’s global auditions were sponsored in part by the Korea Times. FNC’s artists include CN...

    • Posted October 19, 2015
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  • Representatives of Queens College, Korea University and Kyung Hee University agreed on an academic partnership program Thursday.
    Queens College makes academic partnership with two Korean universities

    Queens College in New York made an academic partnership with Korea University and Kyung Hee University Thursday for a collaborative exchange program. Each semester, Queens students will be able to exchange places with students from the Korean...

    • Posted October 16, 2015
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