Asian-American Newswire (Page 8)

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  1. Homesick Jang puts family first on leaving LPGARead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Reuters

    FILE PHOTO: Britain Golf - RICOH Women's British Open 2016 - Woburn Golf & Country Club, England - 30/7/16 South Korea's Ha Na Jang during her third round Action Images via Reuters / Andrew Couldridge Livepic Jang Ha-na knows her decision to quit the elite U.S. women's golf tour at the peak of her career has left people scratching their heads but the world number 10 said on Tuesday she had no regrets about putting family ahead of fame and fortune. Jang confirmed at a news conference in Seoul that she was rescinding her membership of the U.S. LPGA Tour and would return to play on the domestic Korean women's circuit this season.


  2. Nakasongola gets agricultural collegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | New Vision

    Koreans have embarked on a USD8m project to establish an international agricultural college in Nakasongola District. The training complex whose ground breaking ceremony was performed in Nakasongola District over the weekend, is to train agriculturalists in Uganda and the East African region.


  3. ISC organises first ever open Yoga ChampionshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Peninsula

    Indian Sports Centre organised first ever open Yoga Championship for Indian community on Saturday for Under-14 & Under-19 Boys and Girls categories, at Olive International School. The main sponsor of the event was Apparel Group.


  4. 'Dangal' becomes China's biggest non-Hollywood foreign filmRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KRAV-FM Tulsa

    In this Monday, May 22, 2017 photo, a group of Chinese women take a selfie with a poster of Indian Bollywood blockbuster film "Dangal" on display at a cinema in Beijing. The Aamir Khan film "Dangal" about an Indian man training his daughters to become wrestlers has become China's biggest grossing non-Hollywood foreign movie.


  5. Governments must listen to voices from the pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    If you don't believe me, just read the writings of pre-1947 Indian economists in J Krishnamurty's Towards Development Economics: Indian Contributions, 1900-1945 . Your eyes will pop open.


  6. Liberal Pushing Identity Politics Slammed by FBN Host, GOP GuestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    ... of Congress, starting with John Lewis of Georgia, who claimed: "I don't see any African-American, Latinos, Asian-American or native American. I don't see any women here speaking up." "No," Regan declared. " God forbid you actually focus on substance ...


  7. Japanese trio see the world via rickshawRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Nation

    Three Japanese men touring the world on foot and by bicycle and with a traditional rickshaw in tow are currently turning heads in Thailand. Yuji Suzuki and Keisuke Takahashi, who with fellow 29-year-old Ken Hirano aim to visit five continents to promote Japanese culture and tourism, were on Tuesday heading towards Bangkok from Pattaya City, where they had stayed overnight.


  8. Can Racial Slurs Be Trademarked?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | SFGate

    The Supreme Court soon will decide whether a 70-year-old government ban on racist trademarks violates the First Amendment When the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office rejected an application by the rock band the Slants to trademark its name, the agency put forth a simple reason: the name disparages Asian-Americans. The Slants' frontman Simon Tam and his three Portland, Oregon-based bandmates are Asian-Americans who say they chose the to re-appropriate the racial slur , and strip it of its hateful meaning.


  9. India Feminine Hygiene Market 2017 - Market Size, Analysis, Share, Research, GrowthRead the original story

    Monday | World News Report

    India feminine hygiene products category is one of the developing markets in FMCG industry of the country. Feminine hygiene market is segmented mainly into sanitary napkin, pantyliner, tampon, and other products .


  10. Seoul of Hampton Roads, how South Koreans feel about North KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WTKR-TV Norfolk

    North Korea's latest missile launch shows its technology is becoming more advanced. Their dictator, Kim Jong Un is focusing on power.


  11. A dying mother's plan: Buy a gun. Rent a hotel room. Kill her sonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 22 | The Orlando Sentinel

    Valley Hotel in Rosemead where a terminally ill mother came to a fatal decision for her mentally ill son. On the day in 2015 when she heard her cancer prognosis, she filled out the paperwork and began the 10-day waiting period to buy a handgun.


  12. Motel 6 Announces The Top Six Quirkiest Summer Festivals Of 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 22 | KTMF

    To inspire summer wanderlust and encourage travelers to experience these truly amazing events, the iconic all-American lodging brand and its famous voice, ." Motel 6 looked beyond the traditional and typical events to recognize and award six exceptional summer festivals taking place across .


  13. Filipino community puts on Flores de Mayo display in CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 21 | Cornish Guardian

    Flores de Mayo is a very popular and traditional festival that is now celebrated in many parts of the world where many Filipinos are residing. Cornwall's and Devon's Filipino communities comes together to Truro to puts on a traditional Flores de Mayo festival in honour of the Virgin Mary.


  14. Igniting Tensions: Racial Discord Rocked CampusRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Harvard Crimson

    With students from minority backgrounds comprising about 35 percent of the undergraduate student body in 1992, some said they felt underrepresented and out of place. When Leonard Jeffries came to Harvard in February of 1992 to speak as a guest of the Black Students Association, the campus reverberated with dissent.


  15. Why LeEco has failed in the USRead the original story

    Monday |

    Chinese company LeEco is set to layoff almost all of its US-based staff tomorrow, according to sources, as it restructures both its business and its focus to stave off total failure of its US brand. The revelation follows a leaked LeEco email calling workers at all three of the company's US offices to join a 'Town Hall Meeting' at 10AM PST tomorrow.


  16. Dorothea Lange's iconic California image - Migrant Mother' resonates in today's social turmoilRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Dorothea Lange's "Migrant Mother," taken in Nipomo, Calif., in March 1936, captured the despair of that era through the eyes of a 32-year-old mother who had just sold her car tires for food. Dorothea Lange's "Migrant Mother," taken in Nipomo, Calif., in March 1936, captured the despair of that era through the eyes of a 32-year-old mother who had just sold her car tires for food.


  17. Why We Love To Hate Ms RoyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Outlook

    Deconstructing the complex Indian responses to Arundhati Roy reveals layers of prejudice. Apart from the macho male response, more intriguing is the Indian response to her at a personal level... Arundhati Roy certainly has a stomach for controversy.


  18. Feds award UCI designation of being a Hispanic-serving institutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Wave

    IRVINE UC Irvine has attracted enough Latino students to be designated by the U.S. Department of Education as a Hispanic-serving institution, officials announced Monday. The new designation comes on the heels of UCI's recognition earlier this year as an Asian American- and Native American Pacific Islander-serving institution.


  19. Helping Vietnam step up its anti-human trafficking fightRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Star Online

    BEIJING: China has said that the number of cross-border human trafficking cases dropped slightly last year, thanks to intensified efforts by China and Vietnam. "We're still engaged in a bitter battle to eliminate cross-border human trafficking, which arises out of unbalanced economic development and loopholes in social management," Chen Shiqu, deputy director of the ministry's Criminal Inves tigation Department, said recently.


  20. Realogy Diversity Panelists Discuss Company's Impact on Emerging Growth MarketsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 22 | Natl. Relocation & Real Estate

    Realogy Holdings Corp. began a journey more than 10 years ago to focus on external diversity marketplace efforts by forming partnerships with professional real estate associations whose ongoing missions are to improve the homeownership rates of the Hispanic, Asian-American, African-American, and LGBT communities, respectively. At a recent global employee Town Hall webcast, a panel of Realogy's specialists discussed how the company came to be an industry trailblazer in partnering with these professional organizations on their missions, and how these partnerships have helped Realogy to attract diverse employees, agents and consumers to its real estate brands.