Wednesday, May 29, 2013

New Life Cafe (Part 3)



WeAreNY: New Life Cafe (Part 3)

Rosa is about to open a Dominican café. But when her lab tests come back and the doctor tells her the bad news, her dreams are over. Or are they? A heart-warming drama about family, friendship, and coming to terms with diabetes.

For more information,
Visit www.nyc.gov/LearnEnglish

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

New Life Cafe (Part 2)



We Are NY: New Life Cafe (Part 2)

Rosa is about to open a Dominican café. But when her lab tests come back and the doctor tells her the bad news, her dreams are over. Or are they? A heart-warming drama about family, friendship, and coming to terms with diabetes.

For more information, visit www.nyc.gov/LearnEnglish

Monday, May 20, 2013

I Speak Cards

I Speak Cards
These cards can be used to help an individual obtain interpretive services. Check on the language to download and print out. Insert the name of the individual on the blank line on both the English and the non-English language statements. Cut along the border lines, place back-to-back with adhesive (glue or paste), and laminate the card.

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Threads of Love: Baby Carriers from China’s Minority Nationalities


Threads of Love: Baby Carriers from China’s Minority Nationalities

Threads of Love: Baby Carriers from China’s Minority Nationalities, presents the rich folk art tradition of hand-embroidered baby carriers from the minority nationalities of southwestern China. SJ Quilt Museum is currently hosting this exhibit. For more info, see sjquiltmuseum.org/exhibitions.html

Monday, May 13, 2013

ESL Podcast 890 – Enjoying Nature

ESL Podcast 890 – Enjoying Nature 

There’s nothing better than a walk through the forest or on the beach. Or is there? Find out in this episode. Download Podcast 

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Milpitas Moms


Milpitas Moms

Happy Mothers Day to the Mothers of Milpitas, San Jose, and EVERYWHERE!

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Chinese Immigrants Move Out of US 'Chinatowns'



VOAVideo: Chinese Immigrants Move Out of US 'Chinatowns'

Asians are the fastest-growing minority group in the United States and those of Chinese heritage have been in the United States since the mid 1800s. Almost every major U.S. city has a "Chinatown." But many Chinese Americans have assimilated and no longer live in these enclaves, settling instead in city suburbs. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles, the home of one of the largest predominantly Chinese suburbs in the U.S., on how "Chinatown" has evolved along with ethnic Chinese immigrants.