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Love and Be Loved

Love requires a vulnerability that I admit I am still sometimes afraid to embrace. But after discovering my capacity to give love, I have come to terms that I just as well deserve to receive it. 327 more words

Courting Division: How Three Southern California Court Cases Bolstered and Hindered Multiracial Civil Rights Movements

With Barack Obama’s second term inauguration in January and the multiracial coalition assembled for his 2012 victory, observers everywhere hailed America’s new demographics and electoral shifts: increasing numbers of Asian and Latino American voters exerting a national influence. 2,180 more words

Cities

A Community Erased: Japanese Americans in El Monte and the San Gabriel Valley

A visit to El Monte, California reveals many official signs and markers that harken back to the town’s pioneer past. The local history museum is designed to look like an American West frontier town, complete with wagon wheels and mannequins outfitted in long skirts and bonnets. 4,254 more words

Cities

Want Chinese clients? Hire Chinese-speaking agents | Inman News

When compared to other investment vehicles, there is a general preference for real estate investment amongst Chinese clients. According the U.S. Census Bureau and other studies, Asian Americans, specifically Chinese Americans, have a higher home ownership rate than any other immigrant group. 134 more words

Chinese Real Estate Market

The Other Minority: Asian Americans in Public Relations

Everyone in my family has either pursued engineering or the medical field to some capacity. And then there’s me: the public relations major, who “thank goodness chose to pursue the tech industry.” 712 more words

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