Student Recycle Club Combines Education and Stewardship


Back in Vietnam, I grew up in a poverty-stricken neighborhood. The foundation of our house was covered with leaves, not bricks. At the time, my father was a “xich lo,” which is like a taxi driver, but on a three-wheeled bicycle. My mother raised the entire family through farming, earning a few cents each day. … Continue reading Student Recycle Club Combines Education and Stewardship

Attending meeting of the Committee on Foreign Affairs 2014


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United Nation Association-USA Annual Meeting 2014 Report


I’ve recently returned from Washington D.C., where I met with my local Representatives and California Senators discussing about issues that may seem far from home, but are near and dear to core American values. One of them is the vital importance of supporting United Nations peacekeeping operations, particularly in nations like the Central African Republic … Continue reading United Nation Association-USA Annual Meeting 2014 Report


Vietnamese-American student aspires to change coffee BYDANIEL OSTRIN – POSTED ON DECEMBER 12, 2013POSTED IN: FEATURES At the age of 14, Trihn “Sky” Pham left his home to become an international student of finance, management and altruism. Pham, now 21, traveled alone across the Pacific Ocean twice to ultimately find himself studying at Cal State Fullerton. “I … Continue reading