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May 15, 2022 21 min

Today's episode is shared in honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage month.  This time around, we're paying homage to the Vietnamese experience.

Through the stories of everyday folks, like you and I, we're aiming to educate our communities on what it truly means to be an Asian immigrant to the United States. And, through the voices of people like Elsa Nguyen, we're able to articulate the reality of things in the most practical, most authentic manner.

Elsa's narrative is beautiful. Her optimism is contagious. And, we're hoping you'll listen and share with those you care about.

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If you're new to this podcast, welcome home! To see about working together, and collaborating on some personal (and/or professional) development work, feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn or on our website bayhaus/creative.

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