Publisher of Texas' largest Asian-American newspaper turns 86

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Monday, November 4, 2019
Publisher of Texas' largest Asian-American paper turns 86
The Voice of Asia, headquartered in the Houston area, has been a long-standing publication that has illuminated the diverse Asian-American community for the last 32 years.

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- The publisher of Texas' largest Asian American newspaper is celebrating his 86th birthday.

Koshy Thomas founded Voice of Asia in 1987.

"I thought this is a good idea to connect with people," he explained.

The newspaper is published weekly, and over the years, has been a way for immigrant families to connect with both their former and current homes.

More than 150,000 Indian Americans live in the Houston area.

Back in August, Eyewitness News announced a partnership with Voice of Asia as part of our commitment to covering Houston's diverse communities.

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