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Qiong Zhen Xu marks her calendar with a black pencil every time she catches a rodent in her narrow room in a small building on Broadway in...
Remberto Sandoval was glad to have work last spring painting houses in San Francisco for $8 an hour, 12 to 15 hours a day. But after two...
Our fraying garment industry City ponders how to deal with job losses that might only get worse By Kristina Peterson "Emily!" The newlywed...
Kwan Tong, Hong Kong – Dec 13th. Youths, workers, community organizers and advocates from the Bay Area WT-No and the Chinese Progressive...
Dec. 12 - KGO (Hong Kong, China) (KGO) -- The World Trade Organization, the WTO, meets in Hong Kong this week, but there's almost no...
HONG KONG, Dec 21, 2005 (IPS) - China's government kept a low profile at last week's WTO meetings although they were held in its own...
An emerging form of unconventional labor organizing is taking root in immigrant communities, providing services, networks and hope where...
A San Francisco garment factory bowed to grassroots pressure from former workers and agreed Thursday to pay more than $500,000 in...
The Golden Dragon may have roared its last, but the death of this notorious Chinatown restaurant -- the scene of a gang massacre in 1977...
On Tuesday, July 17, 2006, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to enact the Minimum Wage Implementation and Enforcement...

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