Airs Sunday, June 23 at 6 p.m. It's the American dream: move to the United States, start your own business, build a successful life. But has the United States lost its edge in attracting the best and brightest entrepreneurs? In this month's America Abroad, we'll learn about the significant role immigrants play in creating small and mid-sized businesses. We'll hear how the American visa process could be deterring potential entrepreneurs, particularly from math and engineering-focused places like India. And we'll learn what other countries are doing to attract foreign talent and help themselves out of the global recession.
ASEANA Foundation board members Dr. Mary Grace De Joya-Vea, Shobha Reddy and Lumen Tindell have worked for seven years to keep up the Asian Gardens in downtown Shreveport.
Credit Kate Archer Kent
The culture of India will take center stage on Saturday, April 27, for the ASEANA Foundation’s Spring Festival. In its sixth year, the festival draws hundreds of people to downtown Shreveport. The event will highlight traditional Indian cuisine and folk dances. ASEANA Foundation board president Lumen Tindell said a group of volunteers took a once abandoned garden and turned it into a treasured inner city green space, this year influenced by the Asian subcontinent.
Aired Friday, January 13 at 10:01 Bill Beckett talks with Sanjay Menon, Associate Professor of Management and Marketing & Director of the India Studies Program at LSUS, about 2nd Louisiana Bollywood Film Fest, starting today at the Robinson Film Center.