Andrew Lam Andrew is a syndicated writer and an editor with the Pacific News Service, a short story writer, and a regular commentator on NPR's All Things Considered.
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*Editor, New California Media and Pacific News Service
*Political Editor, La Opinion
*Founder and Publisher, Arab-American Business Magazine
Mei Ling Sze
*Managing Editor, Cantonese News, KTSF, San Francisco, Calif.
Many recent immigrants don't read or listen to the mainstream American media, at least not first. In their own home-grown newspaper or radio station the language is familiar and the copy is full of news they can use. In this hour of Talk of the Nation, Neal Conan talks with journalists from a variety of ethnic media on a special broadcast from NPR's West studios in Los Angeles.