Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Asian Ams laud 80-20/A High School Student Speaks Up

(A) Asian Ams are proud of 80-20. See how our folks want to openly identify with 80-20 by givng their names and titles. (Our apologies for publishing only a small fraction of such letters. We thank you all for your kind words.)

  1. Congratulations on a job extremely well done.
    KV Kumar, President & CEO Strategic Consultants International, Inc.
  2. i am printing this out and will be handing it to my customers. AsAm
    Moving Foward! Let's Go! Mabuhay!
    Eric Taneto
  3. Thanks for your effort and great work. Here are email addresses of some of my Asian friends and colleagues, who may be interested in joining 80-20.....
    Chiang-shan "Ray" Li
  4. ... I applaud your efforts to the max. Thanks, S.B, and many congrats on a brilliant job. Monolid salutes 80-20!
    Carrie Chang, editor in Chief, Monolid Magazine
  5. That was a great job! Your emails have been forwarded to my colleagues.
    Rick Chen DuPont Captial Management
  6. good job!!!
    Charles C. Zhang, CFP, MBA, MSFS, ChFC, CLU Senior Financial Advisor Certified Financial PlannerTM practitioner
  7. Thank you for your diligent and hard work to bring the 80-20 to such a land mark success.
    Race L. Kao, Ph.D.
    Professor and Chair of Excellence, Department of Surgery
    James H. Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State Univ.
  8. Thank you, History we are making. thank you for your visionary leadership.
  9. Yueh-Ting (Y-T) Lee, Ph.D.
    Dean and Professor, College of Arts and Sciences
    Minot State University
  10. Congratulations to all at 80-20. Getting on the Congressional Record is not a small achievement. ....
    Ignatius Wang
  11. Very brilliant campaign and very tactical move! ... all the work you did behind the scene.
    Ken Liang
  12. Thank you for your outstanding support and leadership.
    Tony Ubalde
  13. So amazing. Thank you.
    Andrew Yoon
(B) A High School Student Comments on why she wants to be a
Chancellor Chang-Lin Tien High School Intern Program

Last Tuesday, in our Government class, our substitute teacher began a discussion about the abuses of executive power in our current government. In our school, teachers are greatly discouraged to talk about their political views, yet many do. Our substitute was obviously a Democrat who was totally against our President, and the majority of the students in our class, mostly coming from upper-class Caucasian background, were hard-core Republicans. This seemingly innocent topic fueled into a huge argument about the war, and students began to shout out their own opinions. I looked around to see these girls arguing, then examined myself. It was not that I, Margaret Cho, did not care about politics, I just did not think I knew enough about politics. Then I looked at my friends, xxx Choi and yyy Chung, who were sitting next to me. All three of us were seventeen year old Korean girls who did not seem to care about politics. I wondered to myself why was it that the only three girls who did not participate in the debate happened to be Asian?

Today, I received an e-mail about the 80-20 Initiative, a national Asian-
American organization that encouraged the Asian American community to
politically make a difference in society. This ingenious initiative is designed
to unite 80% of the Asian American votes to one candidate in order to truly
influence the votes. During the presidential campaign, both parties will
realize just how valuable the Asian American vote is, and this desirability
will cause them to consider and examine the needs and wants of our
community. Only through this way can WE raise OUR voices. Only through
this way can WE decide and obtain what WE want.


I am a proud Asian American. I want to be able to voice my political
opinions, not only in Government class, but in the real world.
I wish to
become an intern, so I can fulfill this ambition.


Margaret Cho
Los Angeles, CA
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Put yourself in the position of our children in their school environment described by Margaret. Will you get involved to make their lives easier? For a review of the Internship, visit
http://80-20initiative.blogspot.com/2006/09/chancellor-chang-lin-tien-high-school.html

Join 80-20. Using a credit card, visit
http://www.80-20initiative.net/membership.html (easy to use) or
http://www.80-20initiative.net/paypal.html

PERSONAL checks are payable to "80-20 PAC", mailed to:

Jing-Li Yu 80-20 special Assistant
P.O. Box 527340 Flushing, NY 11352-7340 .

Write down your E-MAIL address & PHONE no. on the BACK of the check.
Basic membership is $35; Family (2 voters) is $50, Life Membership is $1,000.
Student membership is $15.
 

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