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The past three-year COVID era, hugely impacted students' learning mode in their academics, extracurricular activities, and college admissions. Despite the major win over the Harvard lawsuits for the admission against well-qualified Asian American applicants, what are our next steps? If we face discrimination again, how should we react or respond?

Book author Kenny Xu of An Inconvenient Minority and School of Woke, came to Santa Clara to share with parents and students his understanding on this deeply controversial topic. Attendants could also purchase his new book with signatures on site.

College admission experts from Flex College Preparatory and other panelists will discuss from different perspectives and discuss with audiences.

Please join us to learn more about the latest trends of college admissions, and how Asians should work together to fight against a discriminative system.

Other Speakers

Jeff Tang (Board President at Orchard School District)

Jeff Tang

Board President at Orchard School District

Jeff Tang as a Board Member for SVCA Foundation, was deeply involved in the Harvard Discrimination Lawsuit.

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Diana Ding (Founder and CEO of Ding Ding TV)

Diana Ding

Founder and CEO of Ding Ding TV

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Peter Ho (Senior Director of Business Development at Flex College Prep)

Peter Ho

Senior Director of Business Development at Flex College Prep

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Marian Chaney (President at US-China Chamber of Commerce Silicon Valley)

Marian Chaney

President at US-China Chamber of Commerce Silicon Valley

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Ding Ding TV
3350 Scott Blvd
Santa Clara, California

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