CPC Quoted in The World on Housing Struggles Among Older Chinese Americans
On January 18th, The World published an article about the housing challenges faced by the older Chinese American community in New York City, particularly in finding affordable housing in gentrifying areas like Chinatown. Many older adults, living on fixed incomes, struggle with rising rents. Cultural factors, including landlords' reluctance to rent to older Chinese individuals due to superstitions about death affecting property value, add complexity to the housing crisis. The article featured CPC Open Door and Nan Shan Older Adult Centers in providing essential services and assistance to address these challenges.
Press Coverage: The World