Archive for December, 2008

how business can be a blessing to many

Kenneth Yeung’s story is more than heart-warming, as his story shows how generosity can make such a big difference in the lives of so many. This is an excerpt from his story posted on the Halftime.org website, Home is where the heart is: A picture can indeed speak a thousand words. But for Halftimer Kenneth […]

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new study on Asian American giving circles

Philanthropy can be defined as the giving of time, talent, and finances for human welfare and advancement. Giving circles are a growing method for philanthropy in the Asian American community. AsianAmericanGiving.com describes it as: A giving circle is a type of pooled fund (or social investment fund) where members come together and pool their resources […]

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First Vietnamese-American elected to Congress

Big news for Asian Americans and politics. On December 6, the first Vietnamese-American was elected to Congress. Cao came to the United States when he was only 8 years old. He holds a bachelor’s degree in physics from Baylor University and a master’s degree in philosophy from Fordham University. He was even a Catholic seminarian […]

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14 unmet needs among Koreans and Indians

According to this article in The Intelligencer, Breaking down cultural barriers, there are 14 basic “problem areas or unmet need themes” among Koreans and Indians in the northern Philadelphia area:

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survey for Southeast Asian Leaders

Southeast Asian Committee (SEAC) is a network of young next generation ministry leaders, and they’re making preparations for its third national summit conference. SEAC is asking for feedback from South East Asian leaders: SEAC is preparing for its third South East Asian Leadership Summit (SEALS) in 2010 to be held in the Richmond, CA [near […]

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new study about the Chinese American demographic

A Portrait of Chinese Americans was a recently-released study published by the Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA), in a joint venture with the Asian American Studies Program at the University of Maryland. Here are excerpted highlights from AsianWeek’s article, “A Portrait of Chinese America: New Study Suggests Economic Glass Ceiling May Still Exist“: An economic […]

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