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Why You No Doctor: An Asian-American Podcast

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Episode 53: Malinda Lo is the bestselling author of the National Book Award finalist Last Night at the Telegraph Club, which received eight starred reviews and was named by Oprah Magazine as one of the 50 Best LGBTQ Books That Will Heat Up the
Episode 52: Dr. Kristen Choi is a pediatric psychiatric nurse and an assistant professor at UCLA whose research focuses on mental health policy for vulnerable populations. She has published more than 30 academic articles, including several comm
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 fro
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 f
Episode 49: Dr. Jenny Wang, also known for @asiansformentalhealth, is a 1.5 generation Taiwanese American and licensed psychologist in Texas and North Carolina. Dr. Wang works exclusively with women’s mental health issues across the lifespan wi
Episode 48: Eric Sze (@esze.e) is the chef-owner of  886 (@eighteightsix), a Taiwanese cuisine restaurant in Manhattan, and soon to be Brooklyn too! Eric was born and raised in Taiwan, and recently featured on the Forbe 30 under 30 list. In thi
Episode 47: Kylie Ying (@kylieyying) is a computer engineer currently earning her Master's at MIT and creating content about coding & programming on Youtube. Kylie has always loved math, science, and engineering; her focus is working on applyin
Episode 46: Esther Moon (@esthermoonstagram), plays Mrs. Oh in Minari, the Oscar-nominated film. Born in South Korea, she immigrated to the United States with her parents at the age of two. Esther decided to pursue acting later in her life and
Episode 45: Vanessa Pham (@vanessatpham) cofounded Omsom, an emerging Asian pantry staple brand that makes cooking favorite dishes with uncompromised flavors and hard-to-find ingredients possible in any home kitchen. A former consumer packaged
Episode 44: Jason Y. Lee (@jasonylee_) is the Founder & CEO of Jubilee Media, a platform that thrives to provoke a new culture of empathy. With a mission to push people to feel more, think more, and see more in others, Jubilee has garnered over
Episode 43: Jurassiq (@jurassiqlol), also known as Clarence Mabansag, is a Professional League of Legends Player and Content Creator. Born in Manila but raised in Chicago, he is breaking stereotypes within the gaming world. During this competit
Episode 42:  Maggie Lee is a playwright based in Seattle who aims to create diverse, imaginative new worlds in genres like science fiction, horror, and action-adventure. Her works have won numerous awards and prizes, produced in Seattle, New Yo
Episode 41:  Dan Tran (@dandantran) is a professional ballroom dancer and dance instructor. Growing up, Dan never identified himself as a confident individual until he stumbled upon a dance class in college. Discovering dance meant he was able
Episode 40:  Zach Benson (@zachvacay) is living the dream many of us fantasize about: traveling the world and making money while doing it. But it wasn’t always that easy.  He grew up in Iowa as a Korean adoptee, had a speech impediment, and suf
Episode 39:  Alex Lee (@alex_lee) just made history by becoming California’s first Gen Z, first openly bisexual and youngest Asian American lawmaker -- all at the age of 25.  While Alex claims he had just been an average student, he definitely
Episode 38: Julia Saubier (@Julia Saubier), is a French-Filipina actor, model, martial artist, activist and co-founder of J+J Ventures.  In this episode, she tells us how to trust in the process and to take risks.  Growing up in the Philippines
Episode 37: Jaeson Ma (@jaesonma),  the co-owner of Triller, is no stranger to adversity. From running the streets to his close brush with the law, it was hard to imagine where he’d be today. Now, he’s a serial entrepreneur with a string of suc
Episode 36: Shang Saavedra (@savemycents) is the voice behind the popular financial-literacy blog, Save My Cents. Having achieved financial independence at the age of 31, she aims to share her money expertise with those who need it most, empowe
Episode 35: Benny Luo (@bennyluo) is the founder and CEO of NextShark, a media company that speaks primarily to the global Asian youth. A venture that was started with just $3,000, NextShark has since grown to serve millions of monthly readers,
Episode 34: In this bonus episode, Dominic and John Victoria from Polianna LLC (https://www.linkedin.com/company/polianna-seo/) have a conversation about entrepreneurship, future goals, books, and more.Show Notes:1:14 - Introducing John, his wo
Episode 33: Eugene Kang (@countryarcher) is the CEO and co-founder of Country Archer Provisions, the number one jerky brand in the natural and specialty channels.Eugene dropped out of college to found Country Archer Jerky Co after tasting the p
Episode 32: Jessica Chen (@jessicachenpage) is the founder and CEO of Soulcast Media, a communications and media agency. Prior to founding her start-up, Jessica was a TV news reporter for ten years, working for various stations like Time Warner
Episode 31: Shawn Xu (@shawnxu) is an early-stage investor, product launcher, and growth hacker. After graduating from UCSD in 2012 with three separate degrees - global business, political science, and psychology - Shawn worked in Silicon Valle
Episode 30: Charlie Chang (@charlie__chang) is the owner of his own real estate brokerage, an Amazon FBA seller, and a personal finance YouTuber with over 100,000 subscribers. But before all of this, he was once, like Dominic, a recent graduate
Episode 29: Riana Singh (@rianasingh_) is the founder and CEO of Boss Women Collective, a community that works to connect and empower womxn in real life through intimate experiences. She graduated from UCLA in 2017 with a degree in Asian-Americ
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