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Texas Exes Asian Alumni Network » Archive for May 2011

Shaarik “Rik” H. Zafar receives 2011 Outstanding Young Texas Exes Award

Shaarik “Rik” H. Zafar receives 2011 Outstanding Young Texas Exes Award

Zafar was born in Karachi, Pakistan and moved to Katy, TX with his family at a young age. He went on to attend The University of Texas at Austin, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Plan II in 1997 and a doctor of jurisprudence in 2000. After graduating, Zafar worked as a commercial litigator in Houston. He then joined the Civil Rights Division at the U.S. Department of Justice as Special Counsel for Post … Read entire article »

Filed under: Alumni Spotlight, Awards

Class of 2011: Parents’ Pride – Emily Chen

Class of 2011: Parents’ Pride – Emily Chen

Written by: Melissa Mixon, Cockrell School of Engineering More than 25 years ago, Emily Chen’s parents made a hard choice so their daughters would face easier ones. Chen’s parents left their friends and family behind in Taiwan and moved 8,000 miles away to the Houston area, where they knew only two other people. Despite their sacrifices, the couple believed that one day, when they had children, they would have unlimited opportunities they may not have experienced otherwise. Chen, now … Read entire article »

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4th Annual Austin Asian Occasion

4th Annual Austin Asian Occasion

The 4th Annual Austin Asian Occasion Distinctive Music Celebrates Asian American Heritage Month Super Orient Courser from China Performs Morin Khurr and Overtone Singing Saturday, May 28th at 7 p.m. preshow at 6:30 p.m. at the Long Center for Performing Arts 701 West Riverside Drive, Austin TX 78704 Asian American Community Partnership and Asian American Cultural Center present: Super Orient Courser, a seven-member traditional Chinese/Mongolian music ensemble from China to celebrate the Asian American Heritage Month in May with our local … Read entire article »

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May Organization Spotlight: Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority Inc.

May Organization Spotlight: Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority Inc.

Established in November of 2009, the UT Kappa Phi Lambda was founded by seven motivated young women (Shirley Luong, Jaclyn Nguyen, Jocelyn Lo, Erica Hui, Victoria Thai, Sunny Ruy, Christine Su). The seven women’s efforts in bringing this sisterhood to Austin, TX made them the first to expand towards the west. Since then, Kappa Phi Lambda has grown and has been constantly involved in various activities on and off the UT campus. 1. What inspired you all to start a chapter … Read entire article »

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