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New study on Asian Americans & their $ issues: Making America Work

February 27, 2015

What are the economic realities of being Asian American? For the many answers to that question, a new report was released today. It’s filled with interesting details, including comparison numbers […]

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Photos: How to visit California on a budget

October 27, 2014

Now I know why my friends who move to California never come back. The sights, the scenes, the food! Of course, the Golden State is also quite expensive. But good […]

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Books to help us write smart at work

July 24, 2014

Beware of career self-sabotage. It lurks in how we write office emails and memos. This has nothing to do with being a good writer. The problem is decoding office politics […]

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The end of the spring semester & what’s ahead

May 5, 2014

Well, we did it — we’ve made it through Spring 2014. After an endless winter that left everyone exhausted, another college semester is about to end. Yay! I love this […]

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Off-Broadway: 10 reasons to see “Kung Fu”

February 21, 2014

Hurry — don’t ¬†miss “Kung Fu,” a new play about the late, great superstar Bruce Lee. This colorful Off-Broadway production has actors and sets that are constantly in motion. In […]

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My messy kitchen drawer, with photos: why cleaning at home is good

August 14, 2013

I’m always wondering what to keep and what to discard. Over the years, the issue comes up during changes in everything from career and relationships to personal goals. Letting go […]

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Go see David Henry Hwang’s “Dance and the Railroad”

February 25, 2013

The other night, I sat in a beautiful, darkened theater on W. 42nd Street, sipping a Rum and Diet Coke while watching a play that first moved me 32 years […]

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