As a first generation Korean American married to a non-Korean man, Lea Armstrong had to overcome challenges uncommon in other marriages, including cultural
Archives for August 2010
MANILA, Philippines — Most survivors of this week’s tragic hostage drama in Manila flew home to Hong Kong on Wednesday, along with the bodies of eight slain tourists
Wallace D. Loh, a former dean of the University of Washington (UW) School of Law, was selected as the new president of the University of Maryland (U-Md).
The City of Seattle awarded $300,000 in technology grants to 24 local community-based organizations in Seattle, including some Asian-based services:
The Japanese Community Service of Seattle (JCS), one of the oldest Japanese community organizations, donated $50,000 to the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Washington
Melanie Ma graduated from Franklin High School as its valedictorian. She was the treasurer for the school’s National Honor Society chapter, president of the Key Club
For Buddhists, O-Bon is the time to reflect upon the dedicated lives of departed ancestors. To celebrate, Bon Odori is a festival in which the young and old come together to dance
About 50 entrepreneurs met at Tutta Bella for the Entrepreneur Panel, Secrets of our Successes, organized by the local chapters of the National Association of Asian American Professionals
The 2010 primary election took place on Aug. 17. The top two candidates who earned the most votes in the primary will move forward to the general election in November.
Cultural awareness in business goes beyond recognizing diversity. Being respectful of other cultures and building cross-cultural communication can open the doors to new opportunities.