Improve organizational productivity by knowing the pains of the minority experience 3

Adrian Pei recently authored a book and InterVarsity Press published it. The title is “The Minority Experience: Navigating Emotional and Organizational Realities” — watch this video to hear Adrian Pei tell about bringing his organizational development experiences together with his researching of American history to write the chapters of this […]

Korean American Population by State

This table has the Korean American population in each of the 50 states of the USA, plus 2 other localities—Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico, sorted by descending order of population size. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2012-2016 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates) If the table above is not displaying properly, use […]

WordPress developers in Chinese and English?

Where can you find WordPress developers and designers for a bilingual website in Chinese and English? That question came up in a recent conversation. They’re not so easy to find, yet. So let me share what I’ve found (and please do add a comment to make this list more useful): […]

Enlighten, a Mental Health Seminar on October 20 in Thousand Oaks

Mental health affects every one of us, because we have a brain and we want to stay health. If you don’t struggle with mental health, you probably know someone who does, because 1 out of every 4 adults and 1 out of every 5 youth will experience mental illness as […]

What the Bible says to crazy rich Asians?

2018 marks the momentous occasion of the popular movie, Crazy Rich Asians. This romantic comedy (aka romcom) stands as a quality piece of entertainment, that also carries extra meaning for some Asians and Asian Americans. The movie serves as a good prompt to vocalize the variety of Asian American lives. […]

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Top articles about the Crazy Rich Asians movie 1

The movie, Crazy Rich Asians, has given Asian Americans something to talk about. I think it has generated more conversations than most other movies that come from Hollywood for all kinds of reasons.  In my book, er, on my blog, that’s a good thing. We need more conversations. And I’d […]

Familiar Foreigners: Asian-Americans and White Majority Culture Churches 1

Guest Post by Young-Sam Won, August 2018—adapted from Twitter Thread Recent discussions of racial justice and racial reconciliation have led to an increased interest in the relationship between people of color and majority culture churches and institutions. Many Asian-Americans (AsAms) who have been a part of majority culture churches are […]