Maa Vue Named President of Yellow Diamond Records1 min read

MERCED, California—February 3, 2018—Yellow Diamond Records today announced
Maa Vue as their president, a new position within the company. Effective immediately,
Vue will be responsible for overseeing marketing, financial reports, event operations
and staff coordination along with mentoring artists in Yellow Diamond Records.

“Since Maa joined us in 2013 as an artist, she has also contributed her professionalism
on organization, communication and leadership towards the company,” said Tre Xiong,
CEO of Yellow Diamond Records. “Maa’s talent and her passion to help build this
foundation has really impressed me and I could not be more pleased about her
appointment of being the President of Yellow Diamond Records. I am confident in her
abilities and excited for the future of YDR.”

Yellow Diamond Records anticipates that with Maa as the president, it will help the
company continue their targeted growth in the music industry as well as sustaining
positive morale between management, artists, and fans.

About Maa Vue
Prior to Yellow Diamond Records, Vue served as the Executive Director with
UW-Marathon County Multicultural Resource Center. Vue also took business and
communication courses at UW-Stevens Point and hopes to complete her degree in Arts
Management in the near future.

About Yellow Diamond Records, LLC
Yellow Diamond Records is a Hmong-owned independent record label based in
Merced, California. Our mission is to support and promote emerging and established
artists across the globe; releasing music, organizing tours, securing press coverage for
the acts signed to the label, and to encourage and preserve the Hmong language
through music for future generations.

Press Contact:
Tre Xiong
CEO, Yellow Diamond Records, LLC
(209) 769-4455


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Seng Alex Vang

Seng Alex Vang

Seng Alex Vang is a lecturer in the Merritt Writing Program at the University of California, Merced. He is also a lecturer in the Department of Anthropology, Geography & Ethnic studies at California State University, Stanislaus where he teaches courses in Asian American studies.

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