Coronavirus Fears Put Damper on SF Chinatown Business During New Year FestivitiesDespite fears surrounding the novel coronavirus, the Chinese New Year Parade -- San Francisco's biggest party -- is still on for Saturday night.
SF Chinatown Leaders Launch Campaign To Counter False Coronavirus RumorsLeaders in San Francisco's Chinatown on Tuesday launched a public relations offensive to deal with local fears over the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Watch: Bay Area Residents Urged to Take Precautions During New Year FestivitiesHealth officials throughout the Bay Area are reminding residents how to take precaution against the coronavirus, which has already killed 25 people worldwide.
Concerns Of Coronavirus Outbreak Prompt SFO To Screen Some Travelers From ChinaThe number of confirmed cases of the “novel coronavirus“ rose sharply over the weekend, from 51 to 218, on Monday and the death toll now stands at three, according to Chinese state media.
Alameda County Fire Station's New Year Card Slammed as Racially OffensiveA Lunar New Year card depicts firefighters from Station 22 in San Lorenzo wearing bamboo hats and reinforcing racist stereotypes.
Chinese New Year Parade Attendees Urged to Sign Up for Text AlertsPeople planning to attend the Chinese New Year Parade Saturday night in downtown San Francisco are being encouraged to sign up for text alerts from the city's Department of Emergency Management.
Year Of The Pig Ushered In At Lunar New Year Celebration In SF's ChinatownThe Chinese Lunar New Year kicked off in San Francisco's Chinatown on Tuesday with a festive celebration and a procession down city streets.
Year of the Dog Celebrations in San Francisco Culminate with Parade SaturdayMany downtown streets in San Francisco will be closed along the route of the Southwest Airlines Chinese New Year Parade Saturday afternoon and motorists should take alternative routes, organizers said.
Bay Area Families Ready Homes To Welcome Year of the RoosterThe lunar new year officially begins with Saturday's new moon and, for Asian families, Friday was about decorating the home and cooking the big holiday meal.
Curry, Lin, Harden In NBA TV Spot For Chinese New YearThe NBA is celebrating the Chinese New Year with a TV spot featuring Jeremy Lin, Stephen Curry and James Harden.
A Million People, A Million Smiles At The Chinese Lunar New Year Parade In SFSpectators lined the streets as a fanfare of floats, firecrackers, acrobats and marchers in elaborate costumes paraded down Market street, around Union Square, and then into Chinatown.
Should Fireworks Be Legal During Lunar New Year Celebrations?Fireworks are a big part of Tet celebrations and other Lunar New Year events, but in most of the Bay Area, they're illegal.
Parents Of Isla Vista Rampage Victims Angered Over Release Of Painful Report On Chinese New Year DayA gunman who killed six University of California, Santa Barbara students searched online for ways to silently kill before using knives to stab to death his first three victims, one of them 94 times, according to a sheriff's department report.
Bay Area Woman Saves Dog From Being Slaughtered For Meat In ChinaThursday marks the Lunar New Year. For a growing number of animal lovers, here and in China, they hope the Year of the Goat will be the time to remember the story of a little dog that inspired a movement.
Chinese Government Using Banned Social Media Sites To Promote Annual New Year's GalaChina says its annual Lunar New Year gala TV show is all set to go international. Chinese government will even promote the gala on Bay Area-based social media sites normally blocked by the country.