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Imagine Talks Podcast
42 minutes | Jul 31, 2021
The Attitude of Gratitude with Jim Kwik
Find out more about Jim Kwik:Instagram: @jimkwikFacebook: Jim KwikPurchase Jim Kwik’s Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life book at:Amazon: Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life Barnes and Noble: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life Book Shop: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life Booktopia: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life
39 minutes | Jul 21, 2021
Is Quiet a Superpower? with Jill Chang
To learn more about Jill Chang:Instagram: @InJillChangLinkedIn: Jill Chang 張瀞仁Facebook: Jill ChangWebsite: InJill.comLinkedIn Group: Introvert CafeFor inquiries, event and speaking requests, please contact: email@example.comPurchase Jill Chang’s books:Amazon: Quiet Is a Superpower: The Secret Strengths of Introverts in the WorkplaceBarnes & Noble: Quiet Is a Superpower: The Secret Strengths of Introverts in the Workplace
27 minutes | Jun 13, 2021
Racial Imposter Syndrome
The Asian Tales podcast on Apple Podcasts and Anchor.fmDiamond Rypka's (@diamondrypka) Instagram profile • 1,000+ photos and videos
47 minutes | Jun 6, 2021
Why the AAPI Hate? A History of Chinese in America
John Jung is an author, psychology professor, and historian. His works include: Southern Fried Rice: Life in A Chinese Laundry in the Deep South, which describes living in the South during the Jim Crow era; Chinese Laundries: Tickets to Survival on Gold Mountain, a social history of the important role that these businesses that once dotted the landscape held for the economic survival of Chinese immigrants; Chopsticks in the Land of Cotton: Lives of Mississippi Delta Chinese Grocers, which examines the similar role of this family occupation for Chinese in the delta; Sweet and Sour: Life in Chinese Family Restaurants; and A Chinese American Odyssey, a writing memoir about the process and experience of how he, as a psychology professor, reinvented himself in retirement to become a public historian of Chinese in America. In this episode, John talks about growing up Chinese American in the Deep South and covers the history of Chinese Americans from 1940s until today. He touches upon the building of the Transcontinental Railroad, the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act, paper identities, the model minority myth, hate crimes committed against Asian Americans, and the growth of Asian American activism.
31 minutes | May 30, 2021
From PharmD to Bon Appétit Entrepreneur
Lan Ho was recently crowned Miss Asian Global’s 1st Princess. Lan's mission is to advocate for more minority representation in mass media, executive positions, and leadership. She is currently working on her newest startup, Fat Miilk; Lan hopes to use her startup companies as a way to inspire women in entrepreneurship and encourage others to disrupt the status quo. In this conversation, we discuss Lan’s journey from pharmacy to entrepreneurship, her advice for asian women entrepreneurs, and her experience with the Stop Asian Hate movement.
46 minutes | May 23, 2021
How to Fight Racism in the AAPI Community: The Color-Blind Myth
LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanienwong/Instagram profile: https://www.instagram.com/psychforthepeople/
15 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
My Anxious Brain
Darae Jun received her Ph.D. in Microbiology from UC Berkeley and B.S. in Environmental Science from UC San Diego. Her hope is to utilize microbiology as a tool to promote sustainability by discovering and optimizing bioenergy solutions. Her mission is to be a role model and inspire students with real-world science careers and issues, engage students in hands-on, inquiry-based learning experiences, and create teaching links between scientists and public elementary school.
14 minutes | Apr 11, 2021
Your Choice: Despair or Discovery?
Melanie is a career advisor for students at Built By Girls and a Technical Recruiter in the Silicon Valley. But while she thought she had figured out all the keys to success, her life took a turn when she experienced depression after unexpected heartbreak and career burnout. Melanie was able to overcome this dark period of her life through a challenging mental shift in her priorities, sources of validation, and perspective on life. Today, it is her mission to advocate for the power of positive thinking in order to lead a healthy and fulfilling life.
18 minutes | Apr 4, 2021
Embracing Unconventional Paths
Tammy Cho is CEO and founder of BetterBrave, a nonprofit that empowers employees with knowledge and tools for navigating harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Previously, Tammy co-founded Encore Alert, an AI platform that helps brands identify and act on emerging trends, crises, and influencers in their industry. She started the company as a college freshman at Georgetown University and sold it in 2016 at age 21. Tammy has also been recognized as an NBC Asian America's A to Z Rising Star in 2018, Georgetown Entrepreneur of the Year, Hubspot Inbound's 22 Under 22, and a Power Woman in DC Tech.
11 minutes | Mar 28, 2021
How to Run a Startup Like a SEAL Platoon
Eric Basu is the CEO of Sentek Global. He’s a former U.S. Navy SEAL Commander who graduated from San Jose State University with a Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology and holds an MBA from Anderson Graduate School of Management (UCLA). He launched Sentek Global out of his home in 2001 with the goal of founding a firm committed to making a significant and long-standing positive difference for its clients. He was a finalist for Entrepreneur Magazine’s Entrepreneur of the Year and San Diego Business Journal’s Most Admired CEO.
16 minutes | Mar 21, 2021
Know Your Destination Before Asking for Direction
Born in San Francisco, California, Josie grew up in an environment that straddled both cultures and more so in the underground world of Chinatown. Being a child of an immigrant family, she had to learn how to make sense of the "Chinese playground" and create opportunities on her own. It wasn't until the death of her father that Josie turned over a new leaf and began to focus more on her professional journey of entrepreneurship and founded her own brand of lash and spa treatments. Her legacy now is to help other young women find their own financial stability through entrepreneurship.
24 minutes | Mar 14, 2021
Developing Disruptive Strategies
Patrick Lee is a serial entrepreneur best known for being a co-founder and former CEO of Rotten Tomatoes (rottentomatoes.com), a leading entertainment website focused on movie reviews and news. He is an advisor to a number of startups including Casetify, Instaread, Kiwi Campus, Oishii, WePloy, and Zeuss Technologies; and a mentor at a number of organizations including SOSV, Berkeley SkyDeck, Blue Startups, and Founder Institute. Patrick holds a BA in Cognitive Science from the University of California at Berkeley.
15 minutes | Mar 7, 2021
In Life, Nothing is Lost, We Only Gain
Wendy Shew is the Founder of Building Education that serves to build schools and provide education in developing countries in efforts to eliminate poverty. Her Mission is to Build 1,000 schools and touch 1,000,000 lives. After working for an Aerospace Company as a Jet Engine Specialist she found her true calling in philanthropy by making a difference in the world. She is an accredited life coach that believes everyone has a true purpose in life and it is their mission to live it out.
12 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
Strive for Happiness to Achieve Clarity
Believing there is good in everyone is what Jaclyn has known to do at a young age. From being exposed to people with different disabilities because of having a brother with autism, to helping military families through their grief, after her own father was killed in action in Iraq - finding hope is her drive. Through her own suffering, she was determined to pursue her educational career by double majoring in English Literature and Psychology for her undergrad, and earned a MA in Clinical Psychology.
12 minutes | Feb 21, 2021
The Road to Rediscovery & Reinvention
As a dancer, Miko has received worldwide recognition with her debut in the movie, First Position, as well as winning the Gold Medal at the Moscow International Ballet Competition. Miko received a contract with the Birmingham Royal Ballet in England at the age of 17 years old as she danced and taught in over 20 countries. She is now a graduating student majoring in Integrative Biology at UC Berkeley and researching brain cancer therapies at UCSF. She is also the Conservatory Director of San Jose Dance International, a non-profit arts organization with a mission to give dancers the chance to give back to the community.
24 minutes | Feb 14, 2021
Courage and Strength — No Boundaries
Check out Jen Louie and Francis Kong's Fireside Chat at the Imagine Talks channel on YouTube.
15 minutes | Feb 7, 2021
Check out Joseph Ilustrisimo's talk on YouTube.
13 minutes | Feb 1, 2021
Communicate with Purpose and Sincerity
Check out Dion Lim's talk on YouTube.
37 minutes | Jan 17, 2021
Budding Food Network Star & Author Shares Her Cooking Inspirations
Find Samantha Mui and her work here:Samantha Mui on Instagram (@sammyeats)Samantha Mui’s quick links (linktr.ee/Samantha_Mui)Sammy Eats websites, cooking classes, events, & more (samtillymui.wordpress.com/)Purchase Samantha Mui’s Melting Pot cookbook at Green Apple Books SF: Melting PotOmnivore Books SF: Melting PotAmazon: Melting PotTarget: Melting PotBarnes & Noble: Melting PotWatch Samantha Mui's Imagine Talks Podcast interview on YouTube.
65 minutes | Jan 16, 2021
From Startup CoFounder to Software Developer/Cyberpunk Model
Find out more about Steffie:Instagram: @steffieharnerSteffie Harner’s portfolio & bookings website (steffieharner.com)Startup Lady Japan (www.startuplady.org)Code Chrysalis, Tokyo Coding Bootcamp (www.codechrysalis.io)Watch the Imagine Talks Podcast interview on YouTube.Photo use permission provided by Steffie Harner.
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