This edition: November 2017Tweet
Original tape date: October 10, 2017.
First aired: November 7, 2017.
Assemblywoman Yuh-Line Niou became the first Asian American to represent Manhattan and Chinatown. Host and Reporter Ernabel Demillo sat down with her to talk about her freshman year in the Assembly and her future plans.
The escalating war of words between the leaders of the United States, Donald J. Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong-un, has many people on the edge—but for nearly two million people of Korean descent living in America, the concerns hit close to home. Reporter Kyung Yoon reports on the Asian American response to the latest news on North Korea.
Over the last decade, we’ve seen a dramatic decline in the number of people smoking, especially here in New York City. That has not been the case in the Asian American community where people continue to light up. Reporter Mike Gilliam looks at why smoking addiction is pervasive in the Asian American community.
As we age, cancer, heart disease and stroke are ailments we try to prevent—but there is another disease that you wouldn’t necessarily know you had until it was too late. Osteoporosis may seem minor compared to the other diseases but its outcome can be just as deadly, leading some doctors to call this the silent killer. Reporter Minnie Roh shares new tips on how to prevent osteoporosis.
Mong Shin Cho Osteopenia Patient
Yu Huang Patient, Former Smoker, Charles B. Wang Community Health Center
Chongho James Kim Reverend, The First United Methodist Church in Flushing
Regina Lee, Esq. Executive Vice President Public Affairs, Charles B. Wang Community Health Center
Jonas Leibowitz, M.D. Endocrinologist, New York Presbyterian/Lawrence-Hospital
Yuh-Line Niou New York Assemblymember, District 65, New York Assembly
Perry Pong, MD Chief Medical Officer, Charles B. Wang Community Health Center
Sam Yoon Executive Director, Council of Korean Americans