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Read profiles about Asian American leaders and get practical suggestions for your own career.

AABDC 2019 Outstanding 50 Female Awardees’ Spotlight

AABDC 2019 Outstanding 50 Female Awardees’ Spotlight

The Asian American Business Development Center (AABDC), a New York-based organization that recognizes the economic contributions made by Asian American businesses, held its 18th annual gala of Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business on June 20. The event recognizes...

Dismantling The Bamboo Ceiling

Dismantling The Bamboo Ceiling

In her book “Breaking Through The Bamboo Ceiling,” author Jane Hyun acknowledges that she places a lot of responsibility on Asians to improve their circumstances in the workplace. But she also acknowledges, in an interview with The Atlantic, that it’s important for...

Mochi Mini: Wise School

Mochi Mini: Wise School

Each year, students from Wise School in Los Angeles have proven to be fierce competitors at Odyssey of the Mind, an international, creative, problem-solving competition. Each year, thousands of school teams in 26 countries—including China, Russia, India, Hong Kong,...

5 Amazing Emerging Asian American Female Founders You Need to Know

5 Amazing Emerging Asian American Female Founders You Need to Know

With Sandra Oh as the first Asian American female Golden Globes host, a star-studded All-Asian cast in the film Crazy Rich Asians, and the slew of successful bloggers and influencers on YouTube and Instagram—there has never been a better time to be an Asian American...

Mochi Minis: Elisabeth Ng

Mochi Minis: Elisabeth Ng

Elisabeth Ng, a Singaporean theater producer, joins the Public Theater as their Production Associate. In her new role, Elisabeth will be negotiating and leading the contracting process for theatrical designers on the Public's upcoming shows. Born and raised in...

Staying Sane During College Application Season

Staying Sane During College Application Season

When I was nine years old, I stood on the lawn of Stanford University. I was in awe of the university’s beauty. I did not know yet of its prestige or that it demanded the best out of admitted students. I only saw these Spanish-style buildings, people conversing about...

Lessons From a High School Entrepreneur

Lessons From a High School Entrepreneur

Tina Xia is a senior at Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, Maryland. At age 17, she is already the founder of a profitable small business, Qualitrusty. Mochi talked with her about what she’s learned since starting her e-commerce company last year, and her advice to...

Nicole Chung’s Memoir on Growing up an Adopted Korean American

Nicole Chung’s Memoir on Growing up an Adopted Korean American

Thank you for the kind and wonderful notes and photos and shares today. I spent the whole day with my sister, I saw my book out on bookstore shelves, I ate delicious home-cooked Korean food for dinner, I went for two good long walks, and my inbox is filled with...

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