Did you know that in 2008, more than 1.1 million immigrants became legal permanent residents of the United States? There is a great deal of media coverage surrounding immigration, but oftentimes the stories behind immigration are left untold.
From leaving loved ones behind to adapting to a completely different culture, immigrating can be difficult. Read for a firsthand story, as well as information about adjusting to a new country. Continue reading
College is one of the most stressful things to think about when it comes to decision-making and financial aid. From my experience of college, I want to give some tips to everyone: children, teens, and parents. Continue reading
The Asian American Civic Association Youth Council kicked off its first-of-a-kind free tutoring service to children grades K-8 last month at the AACA headquarters. Continue reading
“I think Self-Esteem depends on what kind of person you are. I think everybody should have some sort of good self-esteem because it affects how a person thinks, does things, reacts to things, etc. For some people, it is more hard-work. For others it is more on doing something you like. For others it’s based on who you are as a person, whether you are a [good person or a bad person]. Everybody takes pride in self-esteem because it represents, who you are as a person that makes you special.” – By Kevin Huang, AACA Youth Council Leader “I think … Continue reading