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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

Get a Kick Out of This

Learn how sneaker enthusiast Varian David founded KickswithVee Hots from seven years' worth of passion and perseverance!
Interviews

Keshoume Challenges Asian Beauty Standards

Maaya Yamauchi, Founder of Keshoume, shares her dream of creating a beauty community for all types of people and backgrounds.
Arts/Entertainment

START-UP: An Impressive K-Drama For The Budding Entrepreneur In All Of Us

Start-Up is all about one’s journey in building their own company from scratch but it goes a bit deeper than that. Find out a couple of things that we find impressive about the series to give you a quick view of what makes it interesting to watch!
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.
Arts/Entertainment

Hōkūleʻa Academy Dances through COVID-19

While the pandemic has drastically impacted various industries, it has failed to hamper Hōkūleʻa’s 11th dance season. Its founders, Ale and David, continue to teach and create beautiful art online that represents the authentic Polynesian cultures through music and dance.
Business

LEVEL UP 2020 is Now Accepting Applicants!

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

Jollibee Launches in Downtown Chicago

Jollibee, a Filipino multinational fast food chain, was launched in a cloud kitchen in the River North area of Chicago last Thursday.
Interviews

The Immigrant American Dream

Na is one of the citizens who was hit the hardest by the pandemic. The business that he built from the ground up was looted and the remaining goods were intentionally destroyed.
Business

Nintendo Surprises Travelers with Switch Lounges at Ohare and other airports

Travelers will have the exciting opportunity to encounter surprises starting February 13 at selected major airports across the U.S. as Nintendo will be arranging for Nintendo Switch On The Go pop-up airport lounges.