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  • Joanne T. Chou. Photo by Jennifer Yin

    Joanne Chou Appointed Chief Financial Officer of Asian Art Museum

      SAN FRANCISCO — The Asian Art Museum announced today the appointment of Joanne T. Chou as the museum’s new chief financial officer, a key leadership position overseeing the financial management of the museum and the accuracy and integrity of the museum’s financial systems. Reporting […]

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  • Veronica De La Cruz

    Veronica De La Cruz Named New Anchor For KPIX5/KBCW

      San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose—Veronica De La Cruz has been named an anchor for KPIX 5/KBCW, effective Monday, May 5.   She will co-anchor the weekday 6 p.m.  newscasts on KPIX 5 with Ken Bastida, and the weeknight  10 p.m. newscast on KBCW, also with Ken Bastida. De La Cruz most recently worked for MSNBC, […]

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  • Paul Lo

    Gov. Brown Appoints First Hmong American Judge in the US

      LOS ANGELES – The Asian Pacific American Leadership Project (APALP) congratulates alumnus Paul Lo on his appointment by Governor Jerry Brown to the Merced County Superior Court.  Lo was a member of the inaugural APALP Leadership & Candidate Training Bootcamp in 2004 and is […]

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  • Lisa Yokota

    Lisa Yokota Rejoins KTVU and TV36

        KTVU Channel 2 is pleased to recently announce that Lisa Yokota returns to KTVU and KICU TV36 as its new Community and Public Affairs Director.  The Japanese American is a 20 year-veteran of progressive broadcast marketing and community outreach projects.  In her new […]

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  • Rosy Chu on the set of Bay Area People, in which she serves as Host/Producer.

    KTVU Community Affairs Director Rosy Chu Retiring

        Oakland, Calif. – Director of Community Affairs and Public Service Rosy Chu recently announced that she will retire from the Cox Media Fox affiliate in January after more than 42 years with the station. “I lived the dream being able to travel from […]

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  • Rodel Rodis

    Rodel Rodis Wins in Migration Advocacy and Media Awards

      By INQUIRER.net MANILA, Philippines – INQUIRER.net columnist Rodel Rodis bagged the Migration Advocacy and Media (MAM) Best Print Award for his online article “Maid in Hong Kong, Made for Discrimination” published in April. Rodis, a lawyer based in the United States, wrote about the dilemma […]

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    Bilingual Customer Representative Sought

        Customer Service Representative (Bilingual) – Cantonese/English or Mandarin/English Full Time with Benefits – San Ramon, CA Job Description: About Us Hill Physicians Medical Group offers our members and the communities we serve some of the most advanced and comprehensive healthcare in northern California […]

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    Outstanding Filipina Assistant Principal Honored

        The National Association of Secondary School Principals has recently recognized Filipina Cynthia Rapaido as California’s National Assistant Principal of the Year. She has also been named Association of California School Administrators‘ 2013 Secondary Co-Administrator of the Year. Rapaido has been assistant principal at San Mateo […]

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    Why a Personal Brand is Critical for Your Career

    The 6th Annual Cherry Blossom Alumnae Conference will be held on Sunday, October 6th from 11 am-3 pm at the JCCCNC located at 1840 Sutter Street in San Francisco’s Japantown. This year’s theme is “Why a Personal Brand is Critical for Your Career.” The conversation will be […]

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  • Ted Fu, Wesley Chan, and Philip Wang.

    APIASF Engages Wong Fu Productions to Produce Financial Literacy Video for Asian American Students

        WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF) nation’s largest non-profit organization devoted to providing college scholarships for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) engaged Wong Fu Productions, primarily known for their YouTube channel to produce a financial literacy video […]

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