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Wednesday January 18, 2012

Made in America: Trend Against Outsourcing Brings Jobs Back from China

Sopan Deb, msnbc.com


The United States may be on the verge of bringing back manufacturing jobs from China.
 
 
Tuesday December 27, 2011

Don’t Miss the Global MBA Leadership Conference & Exposition!

NAAMBA Team


Global Vision, Global Leadership
January 12-13, 2012
Pre Conference Program: January 11, 2012
Marina Bay Sands Singapore
 
 
Tuesday December 27, 2011

1st Annual Employers’ Summit on Leadership Development Programs

NAAMBA Team


May 9-10, 2012
Columbia University Faculty House
(64 Morningside Drive, New York, NY 10027)
Super Early Bird Rates End December 31, 2011!
 
 
Tuesday December 27, 2011

Taiwan-United States Sister Relations Alliance (TUSA) - Scholarship Announcement

NAAMBA Team


The Taiwan-United States Sister Relations Alliance (TUSA) is pleased to announce that Ambassador Scholarships are again being offered to U.S. college students during the summer of 2012.
 
 
Tuesday December 27, 2011

'Seminar' by Theresa Rebeck - Broadway

Betsy Kim, PopMatters.com


...On a very subjective level, as an Asian American woman, one aspect of the play made me feel uncomfortable and queasy, with the reminder that words and laughter matter and have consequences...
 
 
Tuesday December 27, 2011

Caution Mutes US Response to North Korea

Matthew Lee, The Associated Press


The Obama administration's cautious response to the death of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il reflects unease and uncertainty about the leadership transition in the reclusive country that has confounded U.S. presidents for 60 years.
 
 
Wednesday November 30, 2011

10 Things to Do After the Interview

Beth Braccio Hering, CareerBuilder


The interview may be over, but your chance to make an impression is not. Here are 10 strategies to continue boosting your candidacy.
 
 
Wednesday November 30, 2011

Networking Strategies for the Holidays

Ivan Misner, Entrepreneur.com


Holiday parties mean much more than free food and fun. They also can bring entrepreneurs a host of new opportunities to network and build relationships.
 
 
Wednesday November 30, 2011

Asian-Americans Are Fastest-Growing Minority Population

Nicole Duran, National Journal


Asian-Americans are America's fastest-growing racial minority, and much of their population growth has come in political battleground states, according to a new report based on Census Bureau data.
 
 
Wednesday November 30, 2011

Bridging Cultural Chasms in the Field of Mental Health

By Kim Hwang, AAP Staff Writer


Hana Ra Adams, PsyD, is a culturally proficient therapist at Kenwood Counseling Center in Minneapolis, who provides therapy for a diverse group of clients from a myriad of ethnic and mixed race backgrounds.
 
 
Tuesday November 29, 2011

Obama's Fil-Am Supporters Gear Up for 2012 Elections

Rodney Jaleco, ABS-CBN North America Bureau


Young Filipino-American supporters of President Obama have begun mobilizing to work for his re-election bid next year.
 
 
Thursday November 10, 2011

Join Us for the Global MBA Leadership Conference & Exposition in Singapore!

NAAMBA Team


Global Vision, Global Leadership
January 12-13, 2012
Pre Conference Program: January 11, 2012
Marina Bay Sands Singapore
 
 
Wednesday November 9, 2011

Tips for Working With Recruiters

MSN.com


The best way to work with a recruiter is to be approached by one...Here are several tips on how to get noticed and what to do once you have a recruiter's attention.

 
 
Wednesday November 9, 2011

An Interview with Karthick Ramakrishnan: Surveying Asian American Votes and Political Behavior

Rohan Mascarenhas, Russell Sage Foundation


Surveys of the Asian American population are rare to find, and those that do it in Asian languages are even more so...
 
 
Wednesday November 9, 2011

International Students Learn Surprising Lessons from Host Families

Janelle Wetzstein, Northwest Asian Weekly


Each year, thousands of international students come to Washington through a variety of exchange programs...For students and host families who take the time to learn about one another, crossing cultures and creating lasting relationships becomes the purpose of the experience.
 
 
Wednesday November 9, 2011

On the Frontline of India's Encephalitis War

Soutik Biswas, Delhi correspondent, BBC


Over the past month, we have been reporting on the deaths of hundreds of people in a fresh outbreak of encephalitis, in the northern town of Gorakhpur.
 
 
Thursday October 20, 2011

Global MBA Leadership Conference & Exposition

NAAMBA Team


January 12-13, 2012
January 11, 2012: Pre-Conference Program
Global Vision, Global Leadership!
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
 
 
Wednesday October 19, 2011

'Digital Dirt' Can Haunt Your Job Search

Rachel Zupek, CareerBuilder.com


Just like Vegas, what happens on the Internet, stays on the Internet. How that affects your job search is up to you.
 
 
Wednesday October 19, 2011

Asians Joined Occupy Wall Street Movement

Sing Tao Daily


Asian civil rights groups were among the demonstrators during the latest large “Occupy Wall Street” protest on October 5 protest in New York City. Starting three weeks ago, Occupy Wall Street movement has spread to 200 cities in the United States. The protesters, including Chinese, Koreans, and Filipinos told Sing Tao Daily that the demonstration gave them a great opportunity to voice the needs of their communities.
 
 
Wednesday October 19, 2011

White House AAPI Initiative Expands Reach

Northwest Asian Weekly


Newly designated co-chair of the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) and Assistant to the President and Cabinet Secretary Chris Lu said on Oct. 11 that the Obama Administration has opened doors for many AAPIs and plans to expand its outreach to even more communities in need of federal services and protections.
 
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