Attention: Fellowship program in CAPAA office taking applicants
The State of Washington Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs (CAPAA) and the Asian Pacific Islander Community Leadership Foundation (ACLF)
Attention: NAAAP scholarships are due Dec. 10
The National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) is offering college-level scholarships to outstanding Asian Americans for the 2011-2012
Like the Bible, Hindu text being put in Houston hotels
HOUSTON, Texas (AP) — Pull open a drawer in some Houston hotel rooms, and beside your room-service menu and Gideons Bible, you might find a copy of the Bhagavad Gita.
Judge approves $10M settlement in Marcos dispute
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A $10 million settlement over land in Texas could help compensate victims of ex-Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos.
Report: more Chinese students studying in U.S.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A new report says American students are increasingly studying abroad in nontraditional destinations like Chile and Peru.
Muslim female athletes shine at Asian Games
GUANGZHOU, China (AP) — Back home, the Pakistani women’s cricket team is unknown, especially compared with their illustrious male counterparts.
As India rises, its rat catchers toil in darkness
MUMBAI, India (AP) — Sabid Ali Sheikh stands on a prairie of trash — old onions, excrement, animal bones — slowly rotting its way back into an earth riddled
Filipinos debate over the pope’s condom remarks
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Some church members in Southeast Asia’s largest Roman Catholic nation praised Pope Benedict XVI for saying condom
Christine Umayam leaves lucrative job to help children, creates relief organization
In January 2006, Christine Umayam made a life-changing visit to the Philippines. The trip was her first and the children living in poverty shocked her.