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  • Hallyu: Riding the Korean Wave

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    Hallyu: Riding the Korean Wave
    If you know Rain, BoA (shown left), and Sistar, then you already know K-Pop, Korea’s contemporary pop music and its artists. K-Pop music is one of the fastest growing music genres in the world, and along with Korea’s popular TV drama serials, films and comic books are a growing source of export revenue for Korea.   The growing global fan base of Korea's entertainment and...

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  • Asian Americans Strong Environmentalists, Poll Finds

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    Among California's Asian Americans, 83 percent describe themselves as environmentalists, compared to just 52 percent of all California voters, according to a first-ever poll on the environmental attitudes of Asian-American voters. NAM environmental editor Ngoc Nguyen reports on the surprising findings.

  • 230+ Media Outlets Take Collective Stand Urging Immigration Reform

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    New America Media, the nation's first and largest collaboration and advocate of ethnic news media has issued the following statement on immigration reform., and more than 230 other ethnic media outlets have joined forces in supporting New America Media's call for reform.

    With the massive audience reach and power of more than 230 media outlet partners, NAM is sending this message to Congress and the White House.

  • Students Graduate from Green Job Training

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    by Sing Tao Daily - New America Media

    June 29, 2009


    The City of Oakland first green job training commencement was held at Laney College on Monday. The Sing Tao Daily reports 38 graduates from different ethnic groups said, We are ready to the millions of green job opportunities that President Obama had promised.

    All the graduates had been previously laid off. They learned how to install solar panels; fix wind power electricity generators; produce bio-fuel and took other classes on recyclable energy resources in the 12-week training program.

    According to the American Solar Energy Society, there will be 16-37 million green jobs available to people being laid off by 2030.