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Career Workshop at SJSU

Discussion About Career Paths in Globalization Era
If you are a parent, a student, a professional who cares about the followings:
How to prepare and land on a right job for the future
How to advance in the current employment
Select the right career path suitable for the globalization trend
Case studies in career handling situations
Tour of state-of-the art labs at SJSU

And more …
You are cordially invited to join us in the
Q&A and Panel Session
Organized by the Youth Development Group and VietMentor with the following

Speakers and Panelists:
Tuoc Vinh Luong – Senior VP, Yahoo! Search – Keynote Speaker
Tri Tran – Senior Advisor, Department of Energy, USA
Nga Vu –President 2007-2008, Cisco Asian Affinity Network; Senior Manager, Cisco Systems Inc.
Kim Anh Vu – Director of Student Services, Oak Grove School District, San Jose
Huyen-Nhung Le – Adjunct Faculty of Vietnamese Language, SJSU & K-12 Educator,
Parkview School
Luc T. Nguyen – Sr. Manager National Technical Services, Tellabs & Adjunct …

The Media Changes in The Original Little Saigon

So here is the latest of the changing landscape of Vietnamese-American media in OC.

Dinh quang Anh Thai is leaving Little Saigon Radio to be with Nguoi Viet Newspaper. Nguoi Viet's Bao Anh is losing her grip further of the newspaper (She was never in control to begin with and she was hoping her husband would be able to. But they both are now "one foot in another foot out"). NV also lost two brightest reporters to a new start-up. This new daily newspaper will directly challenge Nguoi Viet with its multimillion dollars backing. It will take about $400,00 to $500,000 (first year) to start a decent newspaper. Whether Hao Nhien will join them or not will depend on the Hao Nhien's independent streak.

Viet Weekly keeps promoting that they will become Viet Daily soon but the controversial newspaper is just hanging on. Their dream of challenging Nguoi Viet is all but gone. Their 5 ads from Vietnam is dwindling down. Majority of the ads are from Vietnam government owned enterpri…