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Congratulations to the Class of 2017

Over the past 4 years, the HAPI-YEP program has worked with over 100+ students throughout Magnolia High School in Anaheim, CA.  This year, our cohort of students, who we’ve worked with since they were freshmen through a specialized English course, APAC, have graduated and will be attending various universities, trade schools and colleges this fall!! 148 more words

OCAPICA's Spotlight News

MALAYSIA – MDEC Announces Reclassification of Employment Pass Categories

Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) has announced that the Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA) will implement reclassification of existing EP categories. The proposed change will be made effective on 1 September 2017. 61 more words

Updates

Singapore is top Digital Nation in the Asia-Pacific

(Source: www.sgsme.sg)

SINGAPORE has emerged as the top Digital Nation in the Asia-Pacific (Apac) – by virtue of its strong performance in attracting and retaining digital talent, providing digital companies access to financial capital, and building a strong digital community. 570 more words

Money Matters

North Korea's Other Weapons of Mass Destruction

Between intermittent U.S. posturing and a plethora of missile tests and military parades getting weapons experts excited, North Korea has been providing Asia-focused geopolitical analysts with significant new discussions over the last few months. 768 more words

APAC

Valur for Trust Revealed by BBC Study

AND BRANDS IN POST-TRUTH ERA

· 83% of Indian news consumers are concerned about fake news

· Nearly three quarters find it hard to distinguish real from fake news… 457 more words

News

AUSTRALIA – New Foreign Worker Levy and Increased Visa Application Charges

As part of the 2017-18 Budget, the Government has announced changes to existing Visa Application Charges (VACs), including the introduction of a foreign workers levy. 24 more words

Immigration Alerts

TAIWAN – Upcoming Relaxation of Visa Rules for Nationals of Southeast and South Asian Countries

Effective 1 June 2017, Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs will further relax visa rules for visitors from countries in South east and South Asia covered by the “New Southbound Policy”. 32 more words

Immigration Alerts