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Separation Anxiety

Tomorrow my Alyssa leaves for NYC for 8 weeks. I sit next to her as she naps, excited for her adventure ahead, all the while

Covid Life – Recluse, Re-Emergence and Ritual

…The day finally arrived this Memorial Day weekend when the four of us and Popo dared to venture out together to visit my father and brother in New York, the first time in over a year. It was cold, windy and wet, but my 87 year old mother determinedly walked to her husband’s gravesite and read the poem she wrote for him that’s etched on the tombstone. We lit incense, bowed in respect and ran back to the car as lightning and thunder reverberated through the skies. After all the sadness, loss and separation, we returned to each other through this family ritual, marking the passing as well as the continuation of our shared journey.

Passion and Purpose in Our Work

Passion and purpose in our profession. Is it plausible? Is it realistic?  Is it worth pursuing if my work pays well? I always say yes

Asian-American Population & Details

WHICH COUNTRY OF ORIGIN HAS THE HIGHEST POPULATION?   WHICH ASIAN-AMERICAN GROUP HAS THE MOST COLLEGE EDUCATION? WHICH ARE THE TOP 5 COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN FOR ASIAN-AMERICANS?

5 Questions to Pinpoint Your 2017 Career Goals

It’s January. Naturally, our human cycle likes beginnings and endings. So go with the flow: Make time this long holiday weekend to define your 2017 career goals! When we

Hard Work Doesn't Pay Off

Hard work and efficacious results gets you a table in the office. It doesn’t necessarily give you better projects or a bigger title and office.

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