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Small Iowa College Welcomes Korean Nursing Students

by Kim Meihua Roy
Western Iowa Tech Community College offers a unique program for Korean students to learn American culture and study English as they pursue a nursing degree. Their attendance also contributes to the local and state economies.

US and Korean Scientists Share Ideas in Dallas

by Jeesu Lee
The Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA) recently held a 4 days US-Korea Conference on science, technology and entrepreneurship in Dallas, with more than 1,000 scientists and engineers from the US and Korea participating.

Numerous US-Asia Sister-Cities Celebrate Milestone Anniversaries in 2016

by Alex Forster
Communities located all across the US are holding events, high-level visits, and more to commemorate their years of partnership and exchange with cities in Japan, South Korea, China, Taiwan, the Philippines, and more across Asia.

Asian American Olympians Shine for Team USA in Rio

by Andrea Moneton
At the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, 30 Asian American athletes competed for Team USA and brought home medals in four sports, including five in swimming events.

US-Asia Partnerships Feature Prominently in Sister Cities Celebration

by Linnea Logie
Sister Cities International, established by President Eisenhower and celebrating its 60th anniversary, recently recognized major US cities in Arizona, Maryland, and Texas for their outstanding work with communities across Asia.

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