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He Wanted To Change The World

Gal Orian
When he was a young man, he wanted to change the world. He found it was difficult to change the world, so he tried to change his nation. When he found he couldn't change his nation, he began to focus on his town. He couldn't change the town and as an older man, he tried to change his family. Now, as an...

Cultural Misunderstanding: Trouble for Asian College Applicants

Asian College Applicants
It is widely believed that American universities “don’t like” Asian applicants. Some people think that U.S. colleges have prejudice against Asian students who, despite high test scores, are not admitted at the rate that Asian families feel they deserve. Even though Asian students are indeed admitted at a rate greater than the proportionate Asian share of the U.S. population,...

3 WISE MONKEYS

The “Three Wise Monkeys” (also called the “Three Mystic Apes”) is a sacred ancient story lost in time. Knowing the secret truth of the story and symbol’s directive of “See no Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil” can empower you in ways you never thought possible and change your life forever. In this article, I’ll share the story...

A man lost his phone, is his luck bad?

man lost a phone
One man sat in the toilet and accidentally dropped his mobile phone. His friends said, “Oh this is bad luck.” He replied, “Hmm, I am not really sure.” When he went to buy a new phone, he met on the way his first true love from high school and arranged to have a dinner together. His friends said, “Oh this is good luck.” He...

Asian community of Orlando celebrates the 5th annual Asian Cultural Festival at the Orlando Fashion Square

Orlando, Florida – Thousands of Central Floridian Asian Americans, their friends, neighbors and guests congregated at the Orlando Fashion Square last May 7, to celebrate the Asian American Heritage Month, traditionally a presidential proclamation every May to acknowledge and recognize the various national contributions of skills, talents, and vitality of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to the United States. Event...

Asian American Heritage Council of Central Florida recognizes Asian American students for their hard work and dedication to the community

AAHC Asian American Student Achiever Awards Ceremony 2015
On November 7, 2015, the Asian American Heritage Council (AAHC) held its annual Asian American Student Achievers Awards at the Orlando Fashion Square Mall. Although I had participated in the past years as a student applicant, this year, I had the honor to be a co-emcee of this event as well. The Student Achiever Awards recognizes Asian American students who show exemplary achievement and excellence in...

Asian-American lawyers reach out to youth about the legal field

On Saturday, April 23 2016 Asia Trend and Youth Enrichment and Senior Services collaborated with the Greater Orlando Asian American Bar Association (GOAAB) and hosted “Pathways in the Legal Profession”, an event targeted for high school students and anyone aspiring to work in the legal field. A panel of Asian-American attorneys including Michelle Ku, Christine Berk, Vanessa Braga, Lisa...

The Yellow Duck and the Crocodile

A yellow duck was on his way to meet with the Emperor in Peking and deliver him an important message. Right as he’s about to jump into the Yellow river to swim across and meet the Emperor’s people await him on the other side of the river band, a crocodile that was resting on the edge nearby called out to...

Jeremy Lin plays piano and dances in the Taiwanese pop star’s Jay Chou music video

On Aug 26, Jeremy Lin is pretty excited about the whole thing and posted the full-length YouTube video online via his Twitter page. Check it out below. Jeremy Lin is in the Taiwanese pop star Jay Chou’s new music video. The song translates to “Turkish Ice Cream.” You can turn on the subtitles on YouTube to see the song lyrics...

Orlando Downtown Library hosts Chinese New Year event

Chinese School of CAACF
Orlando downtown library-goers got a chance to celebrate the Chinese New Year through a one-hour program presented by the Chinese School of CAACF on February 21, the third day of the Lunar New Year. CHARGE dragon boat team of CAACF kicked off the program by performing a dragon dance, marching from the outside. Dragon dance, signifying the power, prosperity and...
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