Mary Chao, North Jersey News

Mary Chao

North Jersey News

New Jersey, United States

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Recent articles by Mary:

NJ housing guide 2022: Everything to know if you're buying or selling in North Jersey

After two years of a pandemic-fueled binge in the housing market, summer 2022 may finally bring relief to North Jersey home buyers. → Read More

In Buffalo shooting suspect's hometown, a history of hate, but no easy answers

Payton Gendron's neighbors in Conklin are trying to come to grips with his alleged massacre. → Read More

America stripped him of his dignity. Yet this NJ veteran still chose to serve — Chao

For Asian Pacific Heritage Month, Takeshi Furumoto shared memories of a Japanese American segregation camp and the surprising path that followed. → Read More

NJ Muslims mark the end of Ramadan with celebrations

In North Jersey, there will be public Eid celebrations in Wayne and Teaneck. → Read More

Ridgewood student fights for Asians with disabilities, challenging a stigma — Mary Chao

In Jennifer Lee's Korean American immigrant family, perfection was expected. Then the Princeton student was diagnosed with a chronic illness. → Read More

'He’s everything to me': Emotional Mets fans welcome Tom Seaver statue at Citi Field

Tom Seaver's widow Nancy offered many thanks to the fans with tears in her eyes Friday morning at Citi Field. → Read More

'Everything was chaotic': Students on platform during Brookyln subway attack recount panic

Students and commuters described a smoky, frightening scene underground as they fled the subway attack in Brooklyn. → Read More

Saint Peter's alum family Peacock Proud ahead of March Madness Sunday against UNC

Chris and Zudi Baker, Saint Peter's alums, visit the campus with their daughter ahead of Saint Peter's next game in the Elite 8. → Read More

Asian women like me feel hunted, disgusted, exhausted. When will it stop?

With an attack in Yonkers coming amid the anniversary of the Atlanta spa shootings, it's important to understand why Asian women are afraid. → Read More

'We are part of America': Asians in NJ propelled to activism after Atlanta massacre

The killings sparked a civil rights movement that scored legislative and political victories. But violent attacks have also escalated. → Read More

GoFundMe page in Rutgers grad Christina Lee's memory raises $335K for parks, abuse victims

The death of Christina Yuna Lee is prompting people to raise funds in her memory, including her alma mater Rutgers. → Read More

For Asian fans in NJ, Beijing Olympics stir debate over pride and politics

The Olympics have showcased growing Asian representation but also human rights abuses by China, leaving mixed emotions for Chinese Americans. → Read More

NJ has some expensive homes. These were the priciest in 2021 for each North Jersey county

These were the most expensive houses and mansions in Bergen, Essex, Morris, Passaic and Sussex in 2021. → Read More

Pop culture says life ends at 50. These New Jersey women would beg to differ

Ageism is the new "MeToo" movement. Here's how women from Hollywood stars to to Bergen County power players are taking on the double standard. → Read More

Try these 8 lucky Cantonese foods for Chinese New Year

Each region of China celebrates new year differently. Southern Cantonese have specific celebratory dishes. → Read More

Try these 8 lucky Cantonese foods for Chinese New Year

Each region of China celebrates new year differently. Southern Cantonese have specific celebratory dishes. → Read More

Try these 8 lucky Cantonese foods for Chinese New Year

Each region of China celebrates new year differently. Southern Cantonese have specific celebratory dishes. → Read More

Lunar New Year offers Asian families a chance to pass on traditions

Far from their homelands, Asian immigrant families celebrate the holiday, also known as Chinese New Year, with a new generation. → Read More

NYC subway death touched a raw nerve for Asians still reeling from hate crimes

Though police so far haven't called it a hate crime, Michelle Go's death comes after a horrifying series of attacks during the pandemic. → Read More

Murphy signs bills making NJ second state to implement Asian American studies curriculum

The laws signed by Gov. Phil Murphy requires education about Asian American history in New Jersey K-12 schools. → Read More