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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...

2016 Teachers Summer Workshop

On July 16 & 17, The Association of Chinese Schools in Florida (TACS-FL) 佛羅里達州中文學校聯合會 organized the 2016 Teachers Summer Workshop 佛州暑期教師研習會 at the Florida College of Integrative Medicine 佛州中醫學院. Workshop co-organized by Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Miami 駐邁阿密台北經濟文化辦事處 and Florida College of Integrative Medicine. Philip T.Y. Wang, Director General in Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Miami,...

What If We Could Play Pokémon Go And Protect Earth From Being Hit By Asteroids

  In the early 90’s, a video game designer named Satoshi Tajiri came up with the concept of Pokémon, which combined his childhood hobby of insect collecting with his love for video games. "Places to catch insects are rare because of urbanization, Kids play inside their homes now, and a lot had forgotten about catching insects. When I was making games,...

The Flying Banana Smile Effect

When life conditions were fixed and shaped by tradition, nation and culture, men were supposedly forced to a specific lifestyle. In our times the power of those forces becomes weak and men’s independence and freedom grow. What once was used to be decided, chosen and shaped for the individual, with no option or choice, becomes in our days to a...

Differences Between Ivies

Every April, the media celebrates the novelty of those rare students who gain offers of admission to every Ivy League institution. As a result, most students and families assume that by applying broadly, they will improve their overall odds of attending one of the best colleges. It doesn’t work that way. Students who view elite schools as interchangeable suffer...

Bicycle Of Progress

Chinese_Buddhist Monk Electric Bike
I Want To Ride My Bicycle There is a story of a monk that went across the Chinese border with his electric bicycle with sacs of sand. All the customs officers suspected him that he smuggles something and every time they took the sacks and ripped them apart they have found nothing in them but sand. After months one of the customs...

How to define Creativity?

There are many ways we can define creativity, so what is it exactly? Image: kingamela from the book 'G -The Journey To Ludoland' So you think you can better define CREATIVITY? Watch this video and see what other people had to say (filmed in Hong Kong) Now - Write your definition here and challenge us...   So what is Creativity? It can be telling a good joke;...

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...

Local Volunteers Teaching English in Taiwan Mt. Ali

CHASE ZEN
Chase Zen Foundation is a non-profit organization providing free English tutoring services to under privileged children abroad. This July, college students and volunteers are joining Chase Zen programs to service children abroad.   They will be traveling to Taiwan’s tallest mountain, Mt. Ali, to teach English. Many of the students in the rural elementary and middle schools are in need of learning...
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