Great Family December 2012
This is a story about giving.
A poor foreign student from China came to America believing that hard work was the key to success. She has worked hard for years, and now her American dream has finally come true. Today, as a successful businesswoman, she is ready to begin giving back to the community. Her name is Juliana Lee, and she is one of the most well-known real estate agents in the Bay Area.
Juliana recently donated $50,000 to the Palo Alto Unified School District, and the funds were distributed to the Palo Alto Partnership in Education, a non-profit 501c3 organization. On the date of the check presentation,
Juliana’s story illustrates that the true measure of success is not money and power; instead, it’s about how much you give back to the community. The amount doesn’t matter—it shows that you care about the community and the next generation. Our priorities in life should focus in this direction.
As usual, each episode of
Here are some parenting tips given by Dr. Skelly:
- Support your children’s passions. Let them do the things they like to do. Interests that are forced on children will not last.
- Parents have to build curiosity at home. Help kids develop an interest in learning.
- Don’t rely on school to discipline your children. Parents need to build a supportive, curiosity-driven, and loving environment at home to give children the motivation to learn and participate in school.
Are you a parent that’s immigrated to the U.S. from Asia and you’re raising a child? Perhaps you’re struggling to have conversations with your children, or their behavior is causing problems in your family. You’re not alone.
KTSF proudly presents, “Great family;” a special on-line series featuring parenting tips for Asian immigrant parents raising a child in the U.S.
Over the next 12 months, we will interview counselors, therapists, nutritionists, and Asian celebrity parents covering topics such as:
- How to better communicate with your children
- Childhood obesity
- Preparing for college
- Health issues
- Learning Disabilities
- Financial planning