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White Privilege on Display at Capitol Hill

The pro-Trump riot resulted in many injuries and loss of lives due to some glaring issues surrounding the very foundation of U.S. democracy: white supremacy and greed.
Business

How This Dallas Business Misrepresented Mahjong

The Mahjong Line came under heat for selling a rebranded look version of the Mahjong tile sets for a price range of $300-$425 dollars. Mahjong is a highly popularized game that originated from China and was made popular in the United States during the 1920s. Though, recently, the company's founders have adversely popularized it.
Interviews

FYLPRO’s New President Aims to Step Up The Game

Incoming FLYPRO's President, Louella Cabalona, shares her success story and how the organization overcomes challenges throughout the years.
Interviews

Fortune Favors the Average Joe

Raj Subrameyer who is an Average Joe launches his new book, Skyrocket Your Career, which shares useful tips on how to stop running on autopilot and begin to aspire to find your true passion and identity.
Politics

Krishnamoorthi wins out in Re-election bid

Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) declared his victory in his re-election bid to the U.S. House of Representatives for Illinois’ 8th district last November 3.
Community

Easter Eggs: FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS

Disney Christmas Advert 2020 - Filipino things you might have missed while you were crying, from household items to minor audible things.
Business

The Future of Restaurants: Infinet

CEO and Founder of Infinet, Lucas Liu, started a company to provide AI-driven self-ordering kiosks for quick service restaurants (QSRs), effectively replacing their manual registers.
Community

My E Three Raises the Filipino Flag High

Recently, My E Three Co-founders Michele and Andy Rivera were recognized by the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in celebration of Filipino American History Month. They were among six Filipino businesses recognized throughout the U.S.
Business

Khan Chimeddorj Makes his Move towards the American Dream

Mr. Khan Chimeddorj shares his success story on how he founded the Nationwide Movers & Storage and managed to thrive amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Business

LEVEL UP 2020 is Now Accepting Applicants!

A Virtual 6-Month Executive Education Program for AAPI Business Sustainability and Success in COVID-19.
Community

Aurora Austriaco Serves in the Racial Justice Diversity Committee

The 2020 recipient of the Cook County State’s Attorney Foxx’s Asian American and Pacific Islander Community Leadership Awards Ms. Aurora Austriaco, has been appointed to serve on the Racial Justice Diversity Committee by Chief Judge Rebecca R. Pallmeyer in the Northern District of Illinois.
Community

Toyota Helps Asian American Pacific Islander Communities to Withstand COVID-19 Crisis

The Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) heeded the Asian American-Pacific Islander (AAPI) entrepreneurs and helped them sustain their businesses by supporting various initiatives together with its Pan-Asian nonprofit partners.