Asian Americans Network @ Clubhouse – The Impact of Under-representation

Asian Americans Network @ Clubhouse – The impact of “under-representation”

Date: September 14, 2021 @ 6:30pm-7:30am Pacific

Clubhouse Link: https://www.clubhouse.com/event/xoe0kJdy

Organizers: Ding Ding TV

“Asian Representation” in movies, media and clinical research.  Why Asian Americans are invisible? The impact of “under-representation”
Will open Q&A to the audience.

Please click the following link to join us at Clubhouse Tuesday 6:30am PST: https://www.clubhouse.com/event/xoe0kJdy



Chien-Chi Huang, founder of the Asian Breast Cancer Project and the Executive Director of Asian Women for Health.

Ms. Huang’s personal cancer journey led her to participate in national as well as local efforts on health equity and racial justice. Her remarkable passion for the community has changed the healthcare landscape for Asian women and created a pipeline of future leaders and peer health educators.

Below are several magazine articles/interviews about me (feel free to use any one of them):








Podcast interview:











Hong Nguyen-Phuong is an Amazon international best-selling Author (several months starting February 2020) in the business and leadership categories. He has spoken on technology-based disruption and agility at local chapters of the Project Management Institute, Silicon Valley Engineering Leadership Community, and CIO Vietnam. A veteran of Silicon Valley hi-tech, in project management and market development roles, Hong teaches software project management and enterprise agility at UCSC Silicon Valley. In the time of COVID-19, Hong’s focus has centered around remote and online facilitation and engagement, lifelong learning and skilling.

Comment (1)

  1. The quality of the video is so awful…
    The speaker is so wrong! Chinese American are only 1.5% population and the students in UC system is more than 30%. There are so many engineers who are Asians 1/4 in all. Asian Americans are not under performing. It is about the field of interests. It takes time for Asian parents to educate and give their children sense of security and not just to train them to “earn money”!!


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