A Malaysian woman is inspiring many people online by sewing personal protective equipment (PPE) for the frontliners battling the COVID-19 pandemic despite not having hands.
Norfarrah Syahirah Shaari made headlines after posting a recording of herself sewing PPE for medical workers on Facebook on Sunday, according to World of Buzz.
This is a message for all of the young people who grew up in an immigrant household: be true to yourself and do what you love, even if your parents disapprove of it right now.
Within our Asian American experience, a handful of things remain consistent, including the shifting cultures between generations. Often times, this leads to a cultural divide particularly evident between immigrants and their U.S.-born children.
Miss Vietnam’s Historic Rise From a Poor Family to the Miss Universe Pageant is Incredibly Inspiring
“From nothing, here I am. I can do it so you can do it too!” said Miss Vietnam H’hen Nie as she addressed a cheering audience during Monday’s pageant awards night in Nonthaburi, Thailand.
It was a historic night for Vietnam as Nie became its first candidate to reach the top five in Miss Universe.
This article was originally published on Shuttlers.
Meet Tim Wong Chun-yim, a 30-year-old professional disabled badminton player who is now preparing to compete at the 2020 Summer Paralympics in Tokyo, Japan.
A Chinese family has gone viral after showing off the results of their 6-month body transformation.
XY Jesse, a 32-year-old photographer, had his mother move in with him to help his pregnant wife during motherhood.
Meet Matsuoka Shuzo.
He’s a retired tennis-player-turned-motivational-life-coach known throughout the world for his inspirational quotes and videos.
Uncle Who Spent a Month’s Salary to Give His Nephew a Playstation Gets Repaid With a Car 15 Years Later
Meet Steven Ng.
He’s a 24-year-old entrepreneur who runs Elliot Havok, a startup that sells high-end watches and wallets at affordable prices.
Qian Guanhua, 80, of Zhejiang Province has taken care of his son, Qian Yougen, who has suffered from polio for the past 50 years, melting the hearts of thousands.
Yougen, who lives in Changqin Village, Yuxin Town, with his family, was diagnosed with the infectious disease one week after he was born following a high fever, reported Shanghaiist.
Jeremy Lin is arguably the biggest sports star right now within the Asian community. Ever since his epic Linsanity run in 2011, Lin has built up quite a fan base all over the world.
Lin’s success has also been relatively lucrative for him. Excluding endorsements, he made $14.9 million in the NBA 2014-15 season alone, according to Forbes.
Brian Scudamore, 02E Brands’ CEO and founder, has been taking his Fridays off for the past five years and claims that it has dramatically helped both his personal life and business career.
While reporting that he enjoys life more, Scudamore also believes taking Fridays off has helped his business expand to 175 locations worldwide and racking over $250 million in sales.
Six years ago, Alex Noriega was struggling at work and wanted to figure out what he was doing wrong. So he started a blog called Stuff No One Told Me (SNOTM).
“I wanted to put on paper all that I had learned in life as simple as possible and try to see if what was happening around me made any sense,” he said.
A promising eight-year career with tons of perks and growth potential as an engineer at the world’s largest tech company did not keep Naga Kataru from pursuing what he loved most.
“I felt I was stagnating,” he told CNNMoney in an interview. “I had worked one side of my brain for so long. I wanted to explore the other side.”