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Press Release

November 12, 2002

Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For More Information: Daphne Kwok 202-296-9200

APAICS LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

Washington, D.C. – The Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS) launched a new website www.apaics.org with the November elections and election results of Asian Pacific American candidates.

The website sections include:

  • About APAICS
  • Information & Resources
    • 2002 Elections
    • Candidates
    • Election Results
  • APAs in Office
  • Congressional APA Caucus
  • Government Resources Websites
  • Community Resources Websites
  • Programs
    • Leadership Academy
    • Congressional Fellowship
    • APAICS Fellowship
    • Internships
  • Media Center
  • Contact Information

APAICS Executive Director Daphne Kwok commented, “As APAICS seeks to inform Asian Pacific Americans and the greater community about the latest news in our community about civic participation, showcasing Asian Pacific American elected officials, demystifying the political process, and becoming a repository for APA political information, it is vital that we have a communications vehicle that is able to disseminate the information. That is why we have designed the APAICS website www.apaics.org so that it is user friendly and easy to navigate. In addition, we have designed the site in consideration of universal accessibility and ADA guidelines. We hope that the website will be a resource that will be well utilized.”

The new site was designed and developed by Ion Global, San Francisco, an international Internet professional services firm.

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The Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, educational organization based in Washington, D.C., that seeks to build a politically empowered APA community, to fill the political pipeline for Asian Pacific Americans to enter and advance into elected office, and to be a resource to Congress about the APA community.
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