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Episode 21: Dr. Thuy Vo Dang & Dr. Tu-Uyen Nguyen, Vietnamese Activists and Educators

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Episode 21: Dr. Thuy Vo Dang & Dr. Tu-Uyen Nguyen, Vietnamese Activists and Educators
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Dr. Thuy Vo Dang & Dr. Tu-Uyen Nguyen share their experiences as immigrants that had faced racial discrimination at a young age and later become community builders and preservers of history and culture.

Episode 19: Jeanie Chang on Therapy through K-Dramas

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Episode 19: Jeanie Chang on Therapy through K-Dramas
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Can watching Korean Dramas be good for understanding your mental health? Noonchi is the Korean concept of the ability to read the room. In Jeanie Chang’s practice, a Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider (CMHIMP) and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP), she uses Noonchi to help others explore complex mental health concepts.

Episode 12: Dr. Amy Kim on Mental Health

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Episode 12: Dr. Amy Kim on Mental Health
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How can we take care of our minds, despite the stigmatization of mental health? What steps can we take to improve our thoughts? Licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Amy Kim, shares her expertise on Asian Voices Radio.

Episode 11: Dr. Thao Ha & Racial Hate Incidents

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Episode 11: Dr. Thao Ha & Racial Hate Incidents
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Dr. Thao Ha overcame the adversities of growing up in a tough neighborhood as a young Vietnamese refugee, surrounded by gang violence in Houston, Texas in order to become what she is today—a San Diego educator and mentor with a Ph.D. in Sociology, a community advocate for civic engagement, and a small-business owner. On this episode of Asian Voices Radio, Dr. Ha shares her expertise in racial relations, its history, and personal experiences to provide insight into today’s current events.

Episode 1: Linda Schwartz

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Episode 1: Linda Schwartz
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Lao-American stand-up comedian, podcast host, writer, and mother, Linda Schwartz shares her journey toward accepting and embracing her cultural heritage.

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