Recently, comedian Hasan Minhaj did a terrific piece on his HBO show, ‘Patriot Act,’ highlighting the issue of not ignoring the Asian American vote in 202o: The Asian American population has grown large enough to swing elections, but it remains one of the least politically active groups in the country. Hasan travels to Asian American […]
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Do you know a student who deserves recognition going into the 2016-17 school year? FACCOC’s “Generations” will honor up to 5 students from local college campuses where an organized Filipino American student organization exists. Awardees will be selected from a panel consisting of FACCOC leadership and local alumni of your University. They will have access […]
US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC) represents all Asian American, Asian American-related, and minority groups in business, sciences, the arts, sports, education, public and community services.
Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau highlighted Hong Kong’s unique status and strengths which make it the best partner in Asia for US businesses to expand operations, build networks, meet great people and explore collaboration with different communities. Speaking at the “Think Asia, Think Hong Kong” Gala Dinner in Los Angeles (Sep 19), […]
Have you ever been in crisis? When life dumps a bucket of problems, you don’t know which one to handle first? Part of my job with the law firm, is to meet clients who will retain our firm for their car accident case. The people I meet come from a variety of ethnicity and social […]
Secretary for Innovation and Technology Nicholas W Yang, spoke on the opportunities presented by Hong Kong’s participation in developing the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) into an international innovation and technology (I&T) hub at a leadership luncheon held in San Francisco (Sep […]
I can’t help but say to myself over and over that I want films with POC and members of the APIA community to do well. I feel like if I said “Well – who really cares” that would go against everything I stand for…however, it doesn’t always mean that I’ll actually go see the film…because […]
Growing up visiting India, I’ve developed several opinions on things I like and dislike about South Asia. Many of these thoughts on topics ranging from religious, cultural, political and otherwise,[…] The post Ankita v. Chipkali appeared first on The Aerogram.
As the spring semester gets underway at many colleges and universities around the country, that means that new groups of students get their first introduction to Asian American Studies. With that in mind, these recently-published books provide some more details and sociological context about the history and contemporary dynamics of the Asian American community. The […]