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A Japanese nursing-care service provider requires Filipino job applicants sign a statement absolving the company of any responsibility should they die in Japan, the statement obtained by Kyodo News showed Saturday.
Korean women have an extreme relationship with the sun - taught to avoid it at all costs - that shimmering ball of death in the sky.
Through the 1960s and 1970s, Bataan was an enormously popular bandleader and hailed as the "King of Latin Soul."
Artist Minnie Phan illustrates her personal cultural journey as a Vietnamese-American.
Washington, July 12 - Three leading Democratic lawmakers have vowed to engage with the Indian-American community to identify possible areas for near-term collaboration and work to address challenges in the US-India partnership.
A move to invite Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address a joint session of US Congress is gaining momentum with 36 lawmakers endorsing it in a letter to the Congressional leadership.
Shalini Vadhera talks with Bizwomen about her successes and her missteps as an entrepreneur and global beauty expert.
She's also living in isolation in a small hospital room because she has leukemia for the second time in less than two years.
Those who live in fear today imagine that America is being overrun by foreign, disease-carrying, tax-sucking criminal hordes.
When you hear the word "revolutionary" you don't think of a little old Asian American lady tottering around on a walker in Detroit.
Topshop: the go-to for cute dresses, trendy denim, and apparently offensive jewelry.
When John A. Pérez pored over voting results to determine which of California's 22,353 precincts should be recounted in his tight battle for state controller, his campaign chose the ones in which he did well.
Portola Middle School in El Cerrito will be renamed for the late Japanese American civil rights leader Fred T. Korematsu Middle School.
WASHINGTON: The Indian-American community will accord a grand reception to Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he travels to the US in September to attend the annual General Assembly session in New York and a White House meeting with US President Barack Obama.
The Cancer Science Institute of Singapore announced that it has started the first University-based Breast Cancer Cell Bank in the country with the aim of fostering greater understanding of the disease and its potential treatments.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 03:11 am
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