PacifiLink is a Chinese-language magazine published both online and on the WeChat platform.
The 2016 Election may be remembered as a turning point for Chinese Americans. The usually quiet group simply erupted.
For decades, Chinese Americans – and in fact many Asian Americans – have largely chosen to stay silent. We avoided politics. We kept our distance from anything political.
It all changed in 2016.
Numerous Chinese Americans voted for the first time, made a political donation for the first time, went to a rally for the first time, and actively campaigned for the first time.
The reason is simple: We’ve had enough. We’ve seen what a party can do to this country. We’ve lived through eight years of nightmare.
Entered PacifiLink, a Chinese-language news and blog Website focused on analyzing facts and telling true stories.
Our mission is to reach out to Chinese Americans and encourage them to voice their opinions. We want to make sure that people understand the fundamental differences between the two major political parties, instead of simply believing what mainstream media tell them. We also want to introduce conservative values to our Chinese-speaking audience, as part of our effort to facilitate cultural and economic exchange between China and the United States.
PacifiLink is based in San Diego, California.
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