Still, employers can do more to help Asian-Americans break through the bamboo ceiling
This has led to the so-called bamboo ceiling
, where self-effacing Asians in the West might not reach the very top even if they work very hard and perform very well.
The White Isle devotee has also designed a bespoke wellbeing space featuring carved screens and a bamboo ceiling
at the property, due to open on May 1.
Several higher education administrators, scholars and college presidents attribute the low numbers to a variety of factors, including the so-called bamboo ceiling
, subtle bias and a perception by some White administrators that people of Asian descent are content with working hard and getting results, and either have no interest in leadership opportunities or simply won't be good at it.
Through my program and all the efforts Japanese women are finally breaking through the bamboo ceiling
," said the former advisor to the governor of Massachusetts on tourism and trade.
The first step to remedying the bamboo ceiling
created by these prescriptive stereotypes of is to be aware of them and how they can lead to backlash against those who defy them," said Prof.
While some Asian-Americans, for instance, speak of a bamboo ceiling
and some women still attribute delays in full gender equality to the continued "old boys' network," others in society might resent the change that has taken place or believe it has gone so far that they are now disadvantaged in the workplace or elsewhere.
Attached to the home is a 400-square-foot screened porch with cypress walls and a bamboo ceiling
This data presented here point to the existence of a double bind for Asian women, facing both a bamboo ceiling
because of Asian stereotyping and a glass ceiling because of implicit gender bias.
DALLAS-Tropical breezes blew through Dallas in the form of rattan, wicker and bamboo ceiling
fans, lamp bases, shades, fixtures, mirror frames and a number of accessories.
With its bamboo ceiling
, teak wood carvings and buddas, Richard has tried to recreate the atmosphere of a real Thai eating place.
Irwin Tang, an Austin, Texas-based psychotherapist, editor and co-author of Asian Texans: Our Histories and Our Lives, says the bamboo ceiling
is very real.
Jane Hyun, Founder & President, Hyun & Associates; Author, Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling