CeFaan Kim, Eyewitness News

CeFaan Kim

Eyewitness News

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Eyewitness News
Past:
  • ABC7 News
  • ABC 7 Chicago
  • ABC7 Eyewitness News
  • Houston News
  • Action News on 6abc
  • ABC11 EyewitnessNews
  • ABC30 Fresno

Recent articles by CeFaan:

NYC Pride weekend celebration turns into rally cry following the overturn of Roe v Wade

Friday's ruling comes as New York City gets ready to celebrate Pride this weekend - with the Pride March and so many other events. However, the ruling cast a shadow on the celebrations, with so many wondering what the decision means for their rights. → Read More

New York Philharmonic returns to Central Park after 2-year COVID hiatus

"Just being able to enjoy the beauty of a free concert with the best musicians in the world," Sigrid Aarons said. "You couldn't ask for anything more." → Read More

Street renamed for boy killed while eating dinner in car

There were tears and tributes on Thursday to honor a 12-year-old boy who was killed sitting in the back of a car eating dinner in Brooklyn. → Read More

How one organization connects mental health with mentorship for AAPI youth

Despite some stereotypes that all Asian students breeze through school easily, they can face the same challenges as any other group, including dealing with anxiety over trying to be perfect. → Read More

Exclusive: Governor Hochul discusses gun violence, racism after Buffalo mass shooting

New York Governor Hochul sat down exclusively with Eyewitness News to discuss gun violence and racism after the horrific mass shooting in Buffalo → Read More

Muslim auto technician claims his work clothes were stuffed with bacon by former boss

An auto technician in New Jersey is speaking out after he claims that he was the repeated victim of anti-Muslim bias incidents enacted by his boss. → Read More

AANHPI Heritage Month: Spotlighting the Bangladeshi community and its struggle with racism

For AANHPI Heritage Month we spotlight the Bangladeshi community, which plays an important role in the city yet is taken advantage of in so many ways → Read More

'Enough is enough': Chinatown residents rally to protest proposed homeless shelters, jail

Residents in Chinatown came together Monday afternoon to say "enough is enough" when it comes to the proposed shelters and jails in their community. → Read More

Bronx laundromat manager speaks out after employee, customer stabbed inside store

A manager is speaking out after a worker and customer were both stabbed during a brutal attack inside a laundromat in the Bronx. → Read More

One-on-one with Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg about hate crimes and bail reform

For Bragg, who campaigned as a progressive candidate and is perceived by critics as soft on crime, Yao Pan Ma's murder would serve as an early test. → Read More

Community protests construction of new jail in Chinatown

A decision to replace Riker's Island with four borough-based jails in New York City, is getting major blowback from a community in Chinatown, where one of those jails is set to be built. → Read More

61-year-old woman stabbed, robbed outside Queens pizzeria speaks out

A woman is speaking out after she was attacked and stabbed by three men over the weekend outside a pizzeria in Queens. → Read More

Out-of-control driver leaves trail of smashed cars in Jersey City

It was demolition derby in Jersey City Wednesday night, when an out-of-control driver left a trail of smashed tail lights, bent car hoods and bashed front grills. → Read More

Daycare director in Manhattan accused of sharing racist social media posts

Outraged parents shared the messages with Eyewitness News, and now the owner of the daycare is giving his side of the story. → Read More

Bronx man murdered after dispute at Dunkin Donuts

A 24-year-old man was murdered in the Bronx because of an argument at a Dunkin Donuts. → Read More

Bronx man murdered after dispute at Dunkin Donuts

A murder may have been sparked by an argument at a Dunkin Donuts in the Bronx. → Read More

Street vendors hold sleep-out protest at Governor Hochul's Midtown office

Street vendors in New York City were holding a 24-hour sleep-out protest in front of Governor Kathy Hochul's office in Midtown Manhattan on Monday. → Read More

Popular SoHo restaurant raises $50K for Ukraine, customer matches donation

A popular restaurant in Manhattan, did a good deed donating all their sales to help raise money for people in Ukraine, only to be matched by the generosity of one customer. → Read More

NYPD shake-up: Head of Hate Crimes unit reassigned amid complaints from community activists

Two high-ranking commanders were reassigned at the NYPD on Wednesday, just one day after Eyewitness News asked the mayor about the NYPD's handling of attacks on Asian New Yorkers. → Read More

NYC Mayor Eric Adams addresses violence, hate crimes in exclusive one-on-one

In an exclusive interview, Mayor Eric Adams addresses the growing crime that has plagued New York City, and at the heart of it, Asian Americans who are often the victims. → Read More