Author: Rong Xiaoqing

Bio: Rong Xiaoqing is a reporter for the Chinese language newspaper Sing Tao Daily New York, covering a variety of topics from health, immigration, politics, business and social services. She also contributes to some English and Chinese language publications in the U.S. and in Asia.


Chinese Voters in New York Tack Right, Posing a Challenge for Both Parties

Posted on: 29 Mar 2023

Republican Lester Chang’s unexpected election win in Brooklyn raises questions about the future of Chinese American politics.

Chinese Media Dissects Defeat of Mayoral Candidate John Liu

Posted on: 17 Sep 2013

New York’s Chinese community does not appear ready for the post-Liu era.

With a Shrinking Immigrant Population, Manhattan’s Chinatown Ponders Future

Posted on: 04 May 2011

Manhattan’s Chinatown lost population over the past decade. New Census figures showing the decline have added to an intense debate about the future of the historic neighborhood.

Census Drives Hope in New York’s Chinese Immigrant Neighborhoods

Posted on: 05 Apr 2010

Recent victories by Chinese candidates are helping the census drive this year, but New York’s Chinese community has already seen how the census count has helped to shape its political power in bitter and joyful ways.