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Sep 12, 2019

A regular on Food Network and The Cooking Channel, Judy has made Korean food accessible to large audiences with her simplified recipes. Now she’s out with a new cookbook that reflects her identity as a Korean, American and Londoner.  She talks about giving up a lucrative finance job to pursue a more fulfilling career,...


Aug 29, 2019

Andrew Samuel went from collecting and selling cow dung in India to leading multi-billion dollar banks in the US. He talks about living in a tiny shack with 15 family members, relocating to Africa as a kid, utensil shock in the US, night-shift restaurant work igniting his true passion, cultivating a culture of the heart...


Aug 22, 2019

Yu Gu wants you to think about urgent social issues of race, gender and equality through her documentaries Who is Arthur Chu (co-directed by Scott Drucker) and A Woman’s Work: The NFL’s Cheerleader Problem. An expression of her personal values and experiences, her films connect audiences with marginalized people who...


Aug 13, 2019

A$AP Eva, owner of Popular Jewelry, has survived Chinatown’s brutal jewelry competition in the last 3 decades by making a name for herself among hip hop stars and other celebs. But what really keeps customers coming back is the way she treats people--she is a genuinely kind person. Eva talks about her connection with...


Aug 6, 2019

Mikki Yamashiro fights systems of oppression through her wrestling nom de guerre Candy Pain. She talks about being half-Japanese half-white, correct usage of ‘Hapa’, being mistaken for a Latinx or Jewish, figuring out her queer identity, wrestling to fight The Man and to educate people on how to deal with...