Archive for September 20th, 2008

  • Race: At Home and at Work

    Race: At Home and at Work

    The issue of race is again part of conversations in both break rooms and dining rooms across the United States. This topic deserves a closer look, not so much in the context of skin color but of fairness and equal opportunity. More importantly, the dialogue […]

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  • Looking for Love

    Looking for Love

    Dear Q, I am a conservative China-born female with a job and good family. I grew up in the Midwest, adopted by a white couple and I was the only Chinese girl for miles around. I value church teachings and want to rear a family […]

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  • A Brief History of Asian Employee Resource Groups

    A Brief History of Asian Employee Resource Groups

    Employee resource groups are not a particularly well-known aspect of corporate America, but they possess a longer history that people might not be aware of. These groups arose out of the need to better address the concerns of different communities within the country’s increasingly diverse […]

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  • Secret Asian Man

    Secret Asian Man

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  • Transpacific APA Employees, Here and Abroad

    Transpacific APA Employees, Here and Abroad

    Without today’s globalized economy, one Wellesley College graduate wouldn’t be able to conduct business on the couch of her family’s home in Taiwan. A Beijing University professor would find it difficult to raise his children completely bilingual. And the cofounder of the Corporate Asian American […]

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