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September 12, 2018

Why Traveling The World Has Left Me Feeling Empty

I spent this morning walking aimlessly around Paris. I was looking for something, but I wasn’t really sure what. I saw the Paris Opera House for like the 12th time which was cool, and I snapped a photo. At some point I decided to fire up Google Maps and type […]
July 20, 2018

Bucket List Ideas, Top 51 Things To Do Before You Die

Do you ever feel like the days, weeks, and years are flying by faster than ever but there’s still so much you want to experience in life? Too often, we get stuck in routines, constantly doing the same pointless activities over and over again such as grabbing happy hour drinks, watching endless TV shows, and doing other mind-numbing activities.
July 2, 2018

How I Built A Multi-Million Dollar Company While Traveling the World

I’d like to share with you the story of how I went from a poor Asian kid to aspiring doctor, to aspiring actor (synonym for unemployed), to a world traveller and successful entrepreneur & CEO of a million dollar company in less than four years. Truth be told, I don’t like to talk about myself.

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August 28, 2021

Podcast Episode 51: Ragini Bhasin – Being a Filmmaker as an Immigrant from India

Episode 51: Ragini Bhasin (@bhasinragini) is an award-winning film director from New Delhi, India who is currently working as a director at Jubilee Media, a Youtube channel with over 5M subscribers. She studied her Masters In Film Directing from Chapman University. She is the recipient of the Meredith MacRae Award in 2018 sponsored by Women in Film for telling diverse stories.
August 14, 2021

Podcast Episode 50: Kulap Vilaysack – Running Shows as A Woman of Color

Episode 50: Kulap Vilaysack (@iamkulap) was born in Washington D.C. and raised in Eagan, Minnesota. She is the child of Lao refugees. Her debut documentary, Origin Story, chronicles a road trip into her complicated past to meet her biological father and understand her mother.
August 14, 2021

Podcast Episode 49: Dr. Jenny Wang – Advocating for Women’s Mental Health

Episode 49: Dr. Jenny Wang, also known for @asiansformentalhealth, is a 1.5 generation Taiwanese American and licensed psychologist who works exclusively with women’s mental health issues across the lifespan with a specific focus on racial identity and trauma, social justice, and cultural reverence.

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