The growing number of Tagalog and Vietnamese speakers in Alameda County has elections officials scrambling to translate ballots, signage and other voter information in order to comply with federal law.
Frank Quan has lived nearly his entire life in a small wooden house on the shores of San Pablo Bay inside what is today China Camp State Park.
Chinese tourism in the United States is skyrocketing and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee wants to be sure the city grabs its share of tourist dollars.
Cultural Sweets The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the best places in the nation to experience cuisines from around the world thanks to the region’s large multicultural population. Neighborhood bakeries, snack carts, ice […]
A group of state and regional transportation officials recently traveled to China where they participated in a $200,000 celebration of the final fabrication of the new $6.3 billion eastern span of the Bay Bridge.
The Department of Justice announced a settlement over a lawsuit alleging Alameda County failed to provide adequate assistance for Spanish and Chinese-speaking voters.
A San Francisco woman was ordered to stand trial for accusations that she cheated customers out of money through her travel agency.
About 350 people traveled to Angel Island Saturday morning for a ceremony to honor their ancestors and mark the 100th anniversary of the island’s immigration station.