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Josie Huang reports on religion, international affairs and diaspora for KPCC. She previously covered housing issues and immigration for the station. She grew up in Taiwan and Maryland, and worked in public radio and newspapers in New England before joining KPCC in 2012.
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Faith plays a big role in lifting spirits and organizing disaster relief within the Filipino-American community, where two-thirds of the population is Catholic.
In Immigration News: legislation left gasping for air, activists fasting for immigration reform, cartoonist Lalo Alcarez joins "Bordertown"
Speaking at a press conference Wednesday afternoon, House Speaker John Boehner indicated that if he has anything to do with it, comprehensive immigration reform legislation will not be passing this year.
Nearly 200 active members of the An Taclobanon Association of Southern California come from the coastal city devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.
There are still very few working lines of communication with the Philippines, but they're starting to open up. With that communication comes both relief and heartbreak.
Many companies say they want to give back to veterans who served the country. But some, including veterans, remain skeptical about the special hiring initiatives.
When Americans talk about a movie, it could be a "bomb" or a "smash hit"... not to mention "da bomb." These are the kind of things English learners want to know.
The confirmed death is that of a male “behavior detection officer” with the TSA, according to the American Federation of Government Employees.
Public health experts say obesity-related disorders like diabetes, hypertension and joint disease can strike Asian-Americans at lower weight levels.
A dispute between festival organizers and the city of Garden Grove over bookkeeping and finances is threatening the popular Lunar New Year celebration.
It remains a mystery why another oarfish has washed ashore on a SoCal beach within a week of the first. But one thing is known: the second fish was female.
The Mayor's Office opened up council chambers and the rotunda so volunteers could provide legal assistance to those eligible for the federal Deferred Action program.
A New Year's Eve attack by two Latino men from Compton on four African-Americans prompted the creation of a special legislative committee to explore race issues.
In immigration news: Obama promises post-shutdown reform push, deportation milestone approaching, Latinos and the Dodgers, more
President Obama says immigration reform will become a priority again once the fiscal crisis is resolved. This and more.
Two incidents at Rick Warren's Saddleback Church exposed tensions between Asian-American churchgoers and the larger evangelical Christian community.
Mexico escapes elimination one more time and sends it's soccer fans on an emotional roller coaster ride. Next stop - Costa Rica