This is the first of many posts to come on entrepreneurship in Vietnam, aimed at sharing insights and discussing best practices.
Pop culture traditionally has painted Asians as awkward, unathletic and never the leading man, like Long Duk Dong from a 1980s film. In just a week, Lin has shattered the stereotype.
Janet Liang has two months to live. If our Asian American community comes together, we might be able to find a bone marrow match for Janet. Could you be the one to save her life?
Bribery is seeping into the hospital halls of Vietnam, and its social consequences may be as insidious as any disease.
This past year, Nhu Tien Lu helped human trafficking survivors restore normalcy to their lives at a re-integration center in northern Vietnam. These are her reflections and a re-telling of the stories she encountered.
The following is a commentary by Ngoc Nguyen. It originally appeared in New America Media on Oct. 19.
The APIASF application is up.
October 1, the International Day of Older Persons–a day to reflect on how our elders have and continue to shape our lives.
Andrew Lam reflects on whether America is still the Promise Land it once was in a post-9/11 era.
Congratulations to Kelly Truong Banh, who took home the Miss Congeniality and 2nd Runner Up title at the Miss national US Scholarship Partnership.