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  • Gung Hay Fat Choy! says Bobo the Parrot

    Posted by AC Team

    Gung Hay Fat Choy! says Bobo the Parrot
    February 10. 2014 Bobo, the parrot says "Gung Hay Fat Choy!" Thanks to Youtube video channel maker "sonic1997" for sharing Bobo's greeting. The African grey parrot has many more videos on the channel as recently as five months ago.  Click here to hear Bobo's greeting.  

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  • Harvard's Prof. Miaki Ishii - Startling discoveries of Earth's inner core

    Posted by Suzanne Kai

    May 28 2012 Harvard Associate Professor Miaki Ishii and her colleagues at Harvard University are studying Earth's inner core, approximately 1,800 miles beneath the surface. The research using seismic data is making waves in the scientific community and beyond. New York Times writer Natalie Anger reports. (The New York Times online offers a digital subscription service, you may need to sign up to view this report.) ...
  • June 23 - Live Online Townhall on APIA Hate Crimes & Bullying 2pm EST/11am PST on Google Hangout*

    Posted by Suzanne Kai News Release  from Curtis Chin, APA for Progress Board President  On Saturday June 23, 2012 Asian Pacific Americans for Progress, a national network of progressive Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders and allies ( is organizing a live online one hour nationwide townhall to discuss hate crimes and bullying.  Leading APIA civil rights leaders will be participating in the national online Townhall including Congressmember Judy Chu, OCA Executive Director Tom Hayashi and more.  Asian Pacific Americans for Progress is looking for cities to help host viewing parties to be a springboard for groups to also talk about local issues after the one-hour presentation is done.  Vincent Chin 30: Standing Up Then and Now A nationwide Google Hangou...
  • Performing Arts Images from the Asian American Pacific Islander Collection on Display at the Library of Congress to Celebrate APA Heritage Month

    Posted by Lia Chang

    From May 1 through May 31, 2012, “In Rehearsal”, a display of photographs drawn from the Library of Congress’ Asian American Pacific Islander Collection, is on view in the Library of Congress’ Asian Reading Room, located in Room 150 of the Thomas Jefferson Building, 10 First Street S.E., Washington, D.C. The hours of the Library of Congress’ Asian Division Reading Room are 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Lia Chang with her Lia Chang Theater Portfolio “In Rehearsal” photographs on view through May 31, 2012, in the Library of Congress’ Asian Division Reading Room, in the Thomas Jefferson Building in Washington D.C, on May 5, 2012. Selected scripts from the Performing Arts Playwright Series in the Library of Congress’ AAPI Collection. Photo by Lia Chang Sponsored by the Library of ...
  • Business and Heartbreak by Marilyn Tam

    Posted by Marilyn Tam

     Business and Heartbreak By Marilyn Tam “Violence is what happens when we don’t know what to do with our heartbreak… learn how to allow your heart to break open to embrace the lessons with compassion, not broken into sharp shards that hurt others as well as yourself” -                     Parker J Palmer, author, educator, and founder of the Center for Courage & Renewal.  Dr. Palmer directed the above quotation at leadership and democracy, but I think it applies to how you should manage your business and life too. Violence in business and life thankfully does not usually degenerate into physical force, but the above concept is instructive in how we deal with all our challenges.  When we have a life or business cha...