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Career Fair Tips

Career Fair Tips

The International Examiner August 16, 2006 0

To make the most out of the Diversity Career Fair on Aug. 18 – 19, here are some tips on what you can do before, during and after the fair. BEFORE THE CAREER FAIR

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Know Justice | Know Peace

Know Justice | Know Peace

The International Examiner August 16, 2006 0

Spotlight on Gazelle Samizay BY NINA KIM and NEGIN ALMASSI Asian Community Leadership Foundation Is art relevant in a country with a power vacuum outside of its capital — a country that the international

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Vietnamese as a Second Language class in demand

Vietnamese as a Second Language class in demand

The International Examiner August 16, 2006 0

BY NHIEN NGUYEN Examiner Editor There are many nonprofit organizations that offer the very helpful and needed classes of ESL – English as a Second Language, but a precious few offer that plus VSL.

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Reframing the reproductive rights discussion: Improving birth experiences for API women

Reframing the reproductive rights discussion: Improving birth experiences for API women

The International Examiner August 16, 2006 0

BY LISA CHIN, Ph.D. NAPAWF The conversation on women’s reproductive rights often goes no further than access to birth control and abortion. Rarely do we think of birth under the banner of reproductive freedom.

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News Briefs

News Briefs

The International Examiner August 16, 2006 0

Hundreds of Filipino American historians convene in Hawaii The Filipino American National Historical Society’s (FANHS) 12th Annual Conference was held in Honolulu from June 28 through July 1 as part of Hawaii’s Centennial Celebration

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StarImpact mentorship program helps young Asian women shine

StarImpact mentorship program helps young Asian women shine

The International Examiner August 16, 2006 0

BY SATOMI UMEHARA Examiner Contributor Sheila TrangChiu had many concerns in high school: problems with friends, grades, college applications, financial issues. Luckily TrangChiu had someone she could always turn to for help and advice.

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Vietnamese American community raises concerns over mega-mall

Vietnamese American community raises concerns over mega-mall

The International Examiner August 16, 2006 0

BY KEN MOCHIZUKI Examiner Staff The “subject” line of the Aug. 1 e-mail read, “SAVE LITTLE SAIGON Project Update: They are finally listening to the Vietnamese community!” The “they” in the Vietnamese American Economic

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Convention attracts APA professionals

Convention attracts APA professionals

The International Examiner August 16, 2006 0

BY NHIEN NGUYEN Examiner Editor Stepping out of the Model Minority Myth and into leadership positions in both personal and professional life can be a challenge for many Asian Americans. That’s why members of

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Too Young to Remember Minidoka, Idaho.

Too Young to Remember Minidoka, Idaho.

The International Examiner August 3, 2006 0

I do not remember the Idaho winter winds, the knee deep mud that oppressed 10,000 souls or the harsh summer heat and dust. I do not remember the miles of clotheslines, dirty diapers, the

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Minidoka Stories: Silent no more

Minidoka Stories: Silent no more

The International Examiner August 3, 2006 0

This is the second part of the story begun last issue: “Shared memories mark highlight of Pilgrimage ” when those who were at or related to the World War II Minidoka Relocation Center in

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