Goldsea

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Goldsea.com is a large, fully featured magazine site.[1] It is aimed at Asian Americans[2][3] and publishes interviews and profiles of successful Asian Americans.[4][5] The "Goldsea 100" celebrates high-achieving Asian American businesspeople and includes several billionaires, including one aged only 32.[6] In 2006, Ford bought an advertising takeover of the site along with one other website and Asian television advertisements as part of an advertising campaign targeted at Korea, China and Vietnam.[7]

Goldsea.com has sometimes been cited by high-circulation Asian news sources.[8]

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  1. ^ Asian Americans in Media, University of Iowa, published 2 February 2007, retrieved 12 November 2010.
  2. ^ Chain eyes surging Asian population, The Boston Globe, published 6 March 2008, retrieved 12 November 2010.
  3. ^ Andrea Jung, referenceforbusiness.com, article reproduced by permission of the Corbis Corporation and based on various other sources, retrieved 12 November 2010.
  4. ^ Shoji Tabuchi, Encyclopedia.com, published January 2006, retrieved 12 November 2010.
  5. ^ Asian Women in the Business World, asianamericanalliance.com, undated but copyrighted in 2008, retrieved 12 November 2010.
  6. ^ Famous Entrepreneurs, undated but copyrighted in 2010, retrieved 12 November 2010.
  7. ^ Ford unleashing major cross-media advertising blitz, adotas.com, published December 2006, retrieved 12 November 2010.
  8. ^ e.g. Executive Profile of Ray G. Young, Bloomberg Businessweek, published 5 Dec 2010, retrieved 21, Dec. 2010; Wang Leehom brings hope back from Sierra Leone, The China Post, published 7 June 2009, retrieved 12 November 2010; Commerce Briefs, AsianWeek, published 14 January 2008, retrieved 16 November 2010; Lee Hom's green message, Malaysia Star, published 10 November 2007, retrieved 16 November 2010.