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This edition: May 2014

Episode Details

Original tape date: April 17, 2014.

First aired: May 2, 2014.

In honor of Asian American Pacific Heritage Month, we feature influential Asian Americans with an impact on America.

We focus on Assemblyman Ron Kim, the first Korean-American elected to New York State Legislature.

Lawyer and Author Helen Wan speaks to Reporter Paul Lin about her new book “The Partner Track” and how Asian American attorneys are breaking through the “Bamboo Ceiling” at corporate law firms.

Host Ernabel Demillo has a one-on-one with Sree Sreenivasan, a journalist Social Media Guru and the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Chief Digital Officer.

AIDS research pioneer Dr. David Ho chats with Reporter Kyung Yoon about his latest research and illustrious career, that includes the “Triple Cocktail” drug therapy that saved millions of lives worldwide making him Time Magazine’s Man of the Year (1996).

Guest List

Sayu Bhojwani President, The New American Leaders Project

Yang Chen Executive Director, AABANY

Dr. David Ho Director/CEO, The Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center

Ron Kim New York State Assemblymember

Clara Ohr President, AABANY

Sree Sreenivasan Chief Digital Officer, The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Columbia University

Helen Wan Author, “The Partner Track”

Ona Wang Partner, BakerHostetler

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