NAPCA 40 for 40 Spotlight: Li Yi Li

NAPCA 40 for 40 Spotlight: Li Yi Li

The National Asian Pacific Center on Aging (NAPCA) was founded 40 years ago on November 1, 1979 to address the divide between AAPI elderly and the services they were entitled to. In 40 years, NAPCA has directly served tens of thousands of AAPI elders and indirectly...
Immigrant elders seek housing options to age in community

Immigrant elders seek housing options to age in community

by Ling-Mei Wong. This article originally appeared in Sampan Newspaper. Hong Lok House means “healthy and happy” house in Cantonese, where elders can live in Chinatown for less than $500 a month on average. A full range of culturally and linguistically sensitive...
NAPCA 40 for 40 Spotlight: Li Yi Li

Artist Wen-ti Tsen reflects on immigration and aging

by Ling-Mei Wong. This article originally appeared in Sampan Newspaper. To read this article in Chinese, click here. Between art shows and exhibitions, you would never know Wen-ti Tsen is 83 years old. “Being an artist means not following a set pattern of retiring at...