What is the next for Asian Americans after universities discriminate against us

On October 9 th, Ding Ding TV, US-China Chamber of Commerce Silicon Valley & SVCA Foundation Proudly Presents…

What is the next for Asian Americans after universities discriminate against us

During the COVID era for the past three years, there is a huge impact of student’s learning mode in their academic and extracurricular activities, as well as the college admissions. Despite the major win over the Harvard lawsuits for the admission against well qualified Asian American applicants, what are our next steps? If we ever face this situation or dilemma again how should we act or respond? We all know the discrimination from Harvard is simply a fact , if they still adopt the so called affirmative action method to evaluate the qualified applicants, how should we as parents or students reason?

What is SEL/ Social Emotional Learning? Will this change the admission process? Have you ever heard of the personality index? In order to provide our parents and students have a better picture and understanding of this and all related issues or topics, the Civic Leadership Forum Silicon Valley, Ding Ding TV and SVCA Foundation form a focus group discussion seminar about the above topic, please join us to learn more or the latest trends of the college admission.


Monday, October 9th, 2023

4:00 pm to 6:00 pm


DIng Ding TV
3350 Scott Blvd, Building 54
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Free Parking

Speakers include:
o Jeff Tang; SVCA Foundation
o Marian Chavey: US China Chamber of Commerce Silicon Valley Chapter President
o Kenny Xu: The author of School of Woke: How Critical Race Theory Infiltrated American Schools and Why We Must Reclaim Them
o Diana Ding: The founder & CEO of Ding Ding TV
o Peter Ho: Senior Director of BD at Flex College Prep

Seminar Topics:

· The Latest Trends: of college admissions/ personality index
· The impact and consequence of Harvard lawsuit against the Asian American Applicants
· Social Emotional Learning Model
· Book Signing

Free Admission / Event Hotline: 510-673-2219

For more information contact:event hotline:

408-244-8883 or 408-220-3099


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