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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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    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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    NAAAP-SF Hosts Leadership Conference Oct. 5

        The National Association of Asian American Professionals-San Francisco Chapter (NAAAP-SF) proudly invites you to an exciting one-day conference to inspire and cultivate the next generation of Asian American leaders in the community taking place at Hotel Nikko located 222 Mason St on Saturday, October 5 […]

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    NAAAP-SF Career Success Speaker Series Speaker Series 3: Asian American Women Leaders in the Silicon Valley

          EVENT DETAILS NAAAP-SF is proud to host their Career Success Speaker event at Yahoo! Headquarters. Come learn from our panel of Asian American Women Leaders in Silicon Valley and network with other professionals from the Bay Area. Hear personal success stories from […]

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    Can You Trust The IRS To Do Your Taxes?

        It is alarming to hear that the IRS has proposed a plan to Congress that will take away our independence as tax filers and instead force us to rely on the IRS to do it for us. The IRS claims that it can […]

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    Ken Wong: Going Beyond Plateaus in Life

          As a young boy, Ken Wong watched a lot of cops and robbers portrayed on TV and in the movies. He identified with the “good guys” and dreamed of protecting the community….some day. Born in Canton, China, Ken immigrated with his parents […]

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  • Asian Business Association Chair Ronald W. Wong appointed to  U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Region IX Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board

    Ronald Wong Wins LA Business Journal’s Asian Business Advocacy Award

    Prestigious award recognizes leading Asian business executive for his decades of business, philanthropic and political leadership. Ronald Wong of Imprenta Communications Group won the 2013 Asian Business Advocacy Award, presented by the Los Angeles Business Journal to recognize businesses that are setting the example for excellence throughout the […]

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    NAAAP SF Hosts Career Success Series

      NAAAP SF “Career Success” series Speaker Series 1: “Grad School: Is it Worth It?” Are you a professional or college graduate thinking about going back to school for a graduate degree but not sure if it’s worth it? Or maybe you are a college […]

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    Leslie E. Wong Appointed SF State’s 13th President

        SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Leslie E. Wong will be formally invested March 14 as San Francisco State University’s 13th president in a ceremony witnessed by the campus community and distinguished guests from throughout the state. The investiture celebrates a new era of leadership […]

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  • Rubi Ho

    Am I on the Right Bus? How to avoid the $100,000 college blunder!

        Without a father or mother in my life, there were no guides for me.  I was left to fend for myself.  Without much direction, I simply attended college because all my friends around me were attending.  And being poor most of my life […]

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