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Someday is Now
A podcast created for Asian American women on leadership and culture. I’ve wanted to carve out a space for Asian American women to explore and validate living in both Eastern and Western worlds. Each week we will celebrate our heritage and highlight our history as we explore our Asian American journeys, parts that we are proud of and those of pain.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 37 ratings
Rich and insightful
I am not an Asian American, but have been so encouraged by Vivian’s writing and wanted to grow in my understanding of cultural experiences different to mine. “Someday is Now” podcast has been such a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the experience and rich history of Asian Americans and...Read full review »
laurielou23 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/30/19
A place for all of us
Our experiences are so diverse as women with an Asian heritage but this podcasts has an open spot at the table for anybody looking to explore what being an Asian American woman means. This is a new journey for me as a half Chinese women who grew up on the Mexican border! Thankful for this...Read full review »
desert.gnome via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/18/19
I’ve laughed out loud. I have cried a bit. One episode in and Vivian has put words to the struggle I have had with my identity. So glad to hear from others not only about their struggles, but also howto embrace who we are- both as Asians and as Americans. And yet, this podcast is so much more- it...Read full review »
Marie Bubilo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/14/19
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