CeFaan Kim
Since joining WABC-TV in 2015, CeFaan Kim has covered a wide range of important stories. During the pandemic shutdown, he reported nightly from the streets of New York City, speaking with health care workers, gravediggers, farmers and others impacted by the health crisis.

CeFaan also reported daily on the Black Lives Matter protests that followed the murder of George Floyd. He covered the 2020 presidential election recount in Pennsylvania, the Chelsea terrorist bombing and protests of President Trump's travel ban at JFK airport.

CeFaan has consistently reported on poverty within the AAPI community, including an exclusive report in 2016 on Asian-American seniors who were riding casino buses to help make ends meet and how the pandemic has impacted Chinatown in NYC.

Throughout the pandemic CeFaan has been at the forefront covering the rise of anti-Asian hate crimes, interviewing and telling the stories of countless victims. His reporting helped spark a national conversation on anti-Asian hate and changed how the NYPD investigates anti-Asian hate crimes.

He is the recipient of a national Edward R. Murrow Award for his coverage during the coronavirus pandemic, multiple Emmy awards including for his coverage during the BLM protests, and a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for his anti-Asian hate coverage.

CeFaan is also a veteran who served as a U.S. Army Reserve Sergeant. He is the former co-chair of the Asian American Journalists Association's Media Watch Committee and serves as an AAJA mentor.

CeFaan's Stories
'Runway of Dreams' highlights adaptive apparel during NY Fashion Week for people with disabilities
Former NFL linebacker Saquem Griffin hosted the show Wednesday in Brooklyn.
Westbury High School teaches September 11 history to students
At Westbury High school, in between English and math, the students learn history. But on Monday, they learned about a very specific day in history: September 11th.
Rift between Mayor Adams, Governor Hochul deepens amid NYC migrant crisis
The rift between New York City Mayor Eric Adams and Governor Kathy Hochul appears to be widening amid the ongoing migrant crisis which has pushed the city to its limits.
Protesters unload fury after migrant buses arrive in Staten Island neighborhood
Dozens of asylum seekers were bused to a former Catholic school for housing. Hundreds of residents started protesting overnight - three of them arrested for obstructing governmental administration.
Invasion of privacy? Debate wages over drone use by police in New York
The debate over drones and privacy is now front and center in the state of New York as lawmakers in Albany inch closer to limiting the use of drones by authorities.
Young Bronx mother shot and killed outside her home; suspect at large
"Reveal yourself. Turn yourself in," said the victim's mother, speaking of the suspect in Lashawn Andrews' murder, who remains at large.
1 dead, 4 hurt, including child, in Queens building fire
The fatal fire occurred overnight on the second floor of a 4-story building on Austin Street.
Man recounts being slashed in the face near Hudson Yards
Nearly eight months later, the scar on his right cheek won't let him forget when he was slashed in the face by Hudson Yards, likely with a razor.
Woman speaks out after violent attack on Manhattan subway platform
The possible hate crime happened Tuesday in the Flatiron District. Gladys Chen says it was a left hook that came out of nowhere.
Asylum seekers to arrive at NYC's newest migrant relief center in Queens Village
Eyewitness News got a look inside the new relief center ahead of the migrants arrival.