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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....

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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...

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Asian Americans in Media and Entertainment: A Conversation on the Importance of Representation, Hard Work, and Community

Seeing is believing. That was the theme at a recent panel with Asian American creators in media and entertainment. Hosted by nonprofit Apex for Youth and...

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Mochi Spotlight: Aspiring comedian Karen Chee on finding her path at Harvard

We’re introducing a new Mochi series, where we spotlight young Asian Americans who are following their passions and doing newsworthy things. In this...

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5 Easy, Realistic Ways to Cut the Clutter in Your Life

A clean workspace leads to better productivity—or at least that’s what getty src=”85430096″ width=”507″ height=”338″...

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It’s Never Too Early To Think About Retirement Savings: Here’s What You Need to Know

Even as we try to improve our  starting at a young age, retirement saving is often the last thing on young adults’ minds. A getty...

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It’s Never Too Early to Start Saving for Retirement. Here’s How

“Save this for a rainy day.” It’s a phrase we’ve all heard from relatives as they hand over a red envelope or a birthday card with a shiny check. We...

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5 Easy Skills That Will Improve Any Resume

In this day and age of job-hopping and career searching, it’s beneficial to include universal skills on your resume. Talents that transcend fields and apply...

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Miki Agrawal Wants to Break the Taboo Around Periods With Her New Company, Thinx

If you’ve ever ruined a pair of underwear from your period, you’re not alone. “That same thing kept happening to me over and over again,” Miki Agrawal...

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Why The Next Mark Zuckerberg Should Be A Girl

Did you know some of the first programmers were incredible women like Admiral Grace Hopper, who programmed some of the first computers during World War II, and...

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