On the corner of Henry and Rutgers Streets in Chinatown this morning, Representative Nydia Velazquez was practicing her limited Chinese.
"Ni hao! Ni hao!" she hollered at voters making their way toward the East Broadway stop on the F line, pressing them to take a palm card.(1)
After months of trying to make sense of what they called “drips and drabs” of information about the troubled end of Pvt. Danny Chen, his family and supporters finally got some solid information.
On Wednesday, Chen’s family joined lawyers and community advocates at Fort Hamilton to hear findings from an Army investigation on Pvt. Danny Chen’s alleged suicide in October. Yesterday afternoon, they met again, in a tightly packed room at the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association in Manhattan’s Chinatown, to share the details with the media.
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