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Elevate Your Travel Style
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There are plenty of generic backpacks and totes on the market. What’s missing is a functional and attractive bag that’s small enough to fit under an airplane seat yet large enough to keep all of your essentials at arms length.

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Women and Leadership
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Dissertation on Laotian Women and Leadership. The purpose of the research is to explore the cultural factors relative to first generation Laotian women leaders in the U.S. The study is specifically seeking first generation Laotian women currently living and working full-time in the U.S. who have held leadership roles for at minimum of one year.

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Refugee Museum Exhibit Opens in Redding
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The museum exhibit represents the culmination of years of work, which began in 2009 and involved interviewing and recording the stories of more than 20 families from Laos who now live in the United States

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Jenny Han talks rom com representation on ‘The Daily Show’
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‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ author explains why she put her foot down on casting the film’s lead. Since its release on Netflix last month, it’s safe to say that To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, the teen romantic comedy based on the young adult novel of the same name, has become […]

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Getting Lao’D – World Premiere
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After 25 years of silence, the private Lao music and film industries are reawakening. This is a story about a small country with a big heart.

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Bo Thao-Urabe nominated to President’s AAPI Commission
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (Oct. 2, 2015) — President Barack Obama on Friday announced his intent to nominate Bo Thao-Urabe to the President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, according to the White House Office of the Press …

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Artesia’s Diversity Festival Offers Fun, Color, and Variety for Visitors
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Cultural diversity not only makes America strong; it makes America fun, colorful, and gives it character. Celebrate American strength and character in the spirit of fun at the colorful International Street Fair & Diversity Festival in Artesia, Calif. on October 3. Artesia will be closing down a portion of its downtown on Pioneer Blvd. Between […]

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New Bay City Seafood Market in Southern California
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Looking for a new seafood market shopping experience in Southern California?  Check out Bay City Seafood Market – they had its opening on August 23, 2015. The new supermarket is owned by Jack K. an immigrant from Thailand who operated very popular Thai restaurants in Rowland Heights.  He spent 3 months renovating the market from […]

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