Weeks before the tiny little virus known as SARS-CoV2 changed life as we knew it, I joined host Vivian Mabuni on the Someday is Here Podcast for a conversation about the stages of my ethnic journey, from childhood to young adulthood to middle age. We talked about multi-generational trauma, Taiwanese history, Asian invisibility, the resilience of our immigrant parents, the transformative potential of looking at and understanding our history and others’, the complexities of engaging in racial justice, and more. Of the various podcasts interviews I’ve given, I felt the most myself in this one. I’m so thankful that Vivian has created a space where Asian American women can share our stories and our hearts so freely. It’s truly a gift.
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