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(코리아타운뉴스) I Climb Mountains, Therefore I Exist [LA중앙일보]
One must wonder what is at the top of the mountain for him to risk his life to climb all the time. However, the man says that simply reaching the top is a bonus. It is listening to the sounds of water and wi... 10.06.17 17:50
(코리아타운뉴스) America, Don’t Break the Bridge to Our Dream [LA중앙일보]
U.S. President Donald Trump announced early last month that his administration will rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), which has allowed those who entered and remained the country ill... 10.04.17 15:33
(코리아타운뉴스) Medicare Registration Starts Oct. 15 [LA중앙일보]
The senior citizens of the Korean-American community who are 65 or older will become relatively busier for eight weeks starting Oct. 15. The period marks the registration window for open enrollment for Medicare, which comes only once a year.Unlike th 10.04.17 15:25
(코리아타운뉴스) “Describe Yourself in One Sentence” [LA중앙일보]
The 12th annual Korea Daily College Fair, the largest education exhibition in the Asian-American community, was held Saturday.The event, presented by the Korea Daily with McDonald’s and Shinhan Bank sponsori... 10.04.17 15:23
(코리아타운뉴스) ‘FinTech Transaction’ Growing Popular [LA중앙일보]
FinTech, a service to transfer smaller sum of money without having to use banks, is now available worldwide and is becoming immensely popular among Korean-Americans.The process of transferring money via FinT... 10.04.17 15:16
(코리아타운뉴스) “We Put Wings on Bright Children” [LA중앙일보]
“This year marks the 29th year. We’re going to continue to select good students and talented Korean educators and make our community proud.”Koreatown old-timer Jong-hwan Cha is popular for writing a book on ... 10.04.17 15:13
(코리아타운뉴스) Naturalized U.S. Citizens Limited From Working in S. Korea [LA중앙일보]
Former South Korean citizens who opted to naturalize in another country before age 40 are now likely to have heavy restrictions on working in their native country. The South Korean congress recently made a decision to limit the benefits of those who 09.29.17 17:04
(코리아타운뉴스) “Making Korean Classes in Schools Outside of L.A.” [LA중앙일보]
“I’m going to offer diligent support to public elementary, middle and high schools in the U.S. to create Korean language classes for students.”Monica Ryu was elected unanimously as the new chief director of ... 09.29.17 17:01
(코리아타운뉴스) Open Bank Accepting Applications For Stewardship Program [LA중앙일보]
To support the nonprofits in the Korean-American community, Open Bank announced Thursday that it is now accepting applications for the stewardship program.Applications for Open Bank’s stewardship program is accepted from Oct. 2 to Nov. 30. More infor 09.29.17 16:55
(코리아타운뉴스) 2017 Korea Week to “Promote Korea’s Prestige” [LA중앙일보]
Various events to promote the contributions of the Korean-American community to the rest of the country will take place in multiple locations in Southern California from Oct. 2 to Oct. 10. The consulate office announced that a variety of events will 09.29.17 16:54
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