Connie Chan

COVID-19 has demonstrated that our frontline and essential workers are not only our doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers — our transit workers, grocery clerks, food service employees, gig employees, and janitors are also essential. (Shutterstock)

Opinion: Road map to a new start for San Francisco

We need to invest in working people

COVID-19 has demonstrated that our frontline and essential workers are not only our doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers — our transit workers, grocery clerks, food service employees, gig employees, and janitors are also essential. (Shutterstock)
Mayoral candidate Ellen Zhou speaks with media in front of a controversial billboard put up by her campaign at Howard Street and Dore Alley in the South of Market neighborhood that community leaders are calling a racist depiction of Mayor London Breed and should be taken down on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

Who is backing Ellen Lee Zhou?

San Francisco cannot let Trump cronies divide us

Mayoral candidate Ellen Zhou speaks with media in front of a controversial billboard put up by her campaign at Howard Street and Dore Alley in the South of Market neighborhood that community leaders are calling a racist depiction of Mayor London Breed and should be taken down on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)
Come out and play

Come out and play

Helping disfranchised communities of color find their place in the sun

Come out and play
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What happens when union organizing crosses the line?

So what happens when union organizing crosses the line? And by “the…

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The real political fight in Chinatown

The real political fight in Chinatown

The showdown over the naming of Chinatown Rose Pak Station put Chinatown’s…

The real political fight in Chinatown
Will the real presidential candidate for Asian Americans please show up?

Will the real presidential candidate for Asian Americans please show up?

Given that Andrew Yang, the first Chinese American presidential candidate, and Senator…

Will the real presidential candidate for Asian Americans please show up?
People walk along Market Street on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

Is San Francisco racist?

Let’s face the reality of explicit racial bias and safety inequity

People walk along Market Street on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)
You know my name?

You know my name?

A new bill could change the way San Francisco candidates court Chinese speaking voters

You know my name?