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More Asian Americans Expected to Work in Government

World Journal Author , Posted: Dec 19, 2008



WASHINGTON D.C. Chris Lu, Cabinet Secretary-designate for President-elect Obamas White House staff met with representatives from Asian American organizations Wednesday to explain how and when the new administration will be selected. The World Journal reports that Lu said Obama will make all cabinet-level nominations this week. Michael Lin, Organization of Chinese Americans Executive Director said the Obama-Biden transition team has been keeping everything open and transparent. The Asian organizations plan to recommend between 20 and 30 candidates to work for the government representing the Asian voice in immigration, health care, the economy and human rights. Ginger Lew and Bill Lann Lee from the transition team are encouraging people who want to serve in the government to turn in their application to change.gov.

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