Monthly Archives: September 2023

Asian American Commercial Watch: Getting Help is Simple

If you subscribe to the ad-supported Hulu streaming service like I do, you will sometimes see ads for, which sells products and services dealing with issues affecting men, such as hair loss, mental health, and erectile dysfunction. When I … Continue reading

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8Books Review: The Last Election by Andrew Yang

I met the former presidential candidate and founder/co-chair of the Forward Party back in July at a political event, and one of the first things he did was hand me this book, The Last Election – a political thriller he … Continue reading

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“$110 Million” CEO Kiwi Camara leaves his Company CS Disco

Filipino American Kiwi Camara made the news earlier this summer for being one of 10 US CEOs receiving a pay package valued at than $110 million in 2022. The latest news is that he has suddenly left his company CS … Continue reading

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Asian Americans Malls Thriving Despite General Shopping Mall Decline

There are have been a number of stories about the decline in US shopping malls, but Asian malls seem to be defying that trend.  After reading that story and thinking about the malls and shopping areas here in Silicon Valley where … Continue reading

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