Archive for July, 2015

Chinese now top U.S. immigrant arrivals

Posted on July 27th, 2015 by imprentacomm

Pan Wu, 26, originally from China and a graduate student in theoretical chemistry at Duke University in Raleigh, N.C., works at the university on May 31, 2013. Chinese Americans are represented at both ends of the economic spectrum, although when people think of Chinese immigrants they tend to think of the highly skilled and educated […]

It’s Time for Asian American Voters to Be a Part of the Solution

Posted on July 27th, 2015 by imprentacomm

In Washington’s Asian Pacific Islander American communities, half of us don’t count! That’s one way of putting the disturbing truth that only 50 percent of all eligible APIAs are even registered to vote. If we’re not registered, we can’t vote in local, state, or national elections. If you didn’t register, you were not able to […]

Four Korean Americans included in ‘Silicon Valley 100′ list

Posted on July 27th, 2015 by imprentacomm

Fitbit CEO James Park Four Korean Americans were chosen by Business Insider this month for its “Silicon Valley 100: The most amazing and inspiring people in tech right now” list: Fitbit CEO James Park (No. 18), MyFitnessPal Cofounders Albert Lee and Mike Lee (No. 47) and ZenPayroll Cofounder Edward Kim (No. 83). “We looked at […]

Asian millennials will rule, if they temper their ambition

Posted on July 27th, 2015 by imprentacomm

Asian Millennials have loftier career ambitions than their global counterparts, and they’re more willing to leave home for work than their predecessors. So they’re all set for success, right? Sure thing, employment experts say, if only they can temper some that very desire to climb the corporate ladder. In a January poll by Deloitte, 65 […]