In this episode, you’ll get to meet the team: Kan, Davie, Noel and Vivian. We delve into the origin story of how this podcast came about and what this new community all means to us.
In this episode, Vivian, Kan and Davie chat with Phillip Liao, 2018 Australia Commonwealth Games Representative in Olympic Weightlifting.
In this episode, Kan opens up about his experience with grappling with death and illness within Asian families and the several nuances around navigating Eastern vs Western culture.
In this episode, we're talking about our relationships with money! We discuss our different upbringings and how it’s affected our perspectives on money.
In this solo episode, we’re unpacking our own perspectives and experiences around relationships, marriage and starting our own families.
Elisa opens up about her experiences dealing with an autoimmune disease, reconnecting with her mum after a family estrangement and also shares a few amusing clubbing stories from when she was younger.
In this special episode, we’re joined by Steph from @luckydragonsupperclub. Steph’s a kicthen whiz, creating content that shows just how easy it is to put a spectacular food spread for friends & fam.
Tu shares her experience of running for the Labor Party, the importance of representation for younger generations and how she deals with criticism in the public eye.
We’re joined by wealth strategist, best-selling author, chartered accountant and certified property investment adviser, Salena Kulkarni.
In this episode, William Wang shares his experience of being the ‘black sheep’ in the family, known as the party-goer in his younger days and failing university multiple times.
From coming up with a crazy podcast concept on a random weekday, to now celebrating our FIRST ANNIVERSARY, the team at Level: Asian is so truly grateful for all of your INCREDIBLE support.
Kevin talks to us about the inspiration behind ‘SydneyFoodBoy’, how he grew his platforms so quickly and we also dive into Kev’s favourite food spots & future plans for his brand.
In this special episode, we’re RELIVING Davie & Shirley’s wedding day, how much the big day really cost, and the exciting wedding planning process!
In this episode, we hear about Friska’s upbringing with growing up in Perth, how she developed interpersonal & communication skills & her experience as the only Asian female in the mining industry.
In Part 2 of our episode with Jieh-Yung Lo, we hear his insights into what the future looks like for Asian-Australians
Steve Hui – founder iFLYflat, guides us through how SMEs can take advantage of their frequent flyer points for bigger returns, and we also hear some of Steve’s unconventional career advice.
We sat down in the Ultrafade salon with Rich and Jenny, the powerhouse couple behind the successful hair and beauty salon, that specialises in transforming Asian hair.
We’re joined by Nancy Yu, aka. NC Qin, a Sydney-based cast glass artist and sculptor.
In this episode, we chat with Alex and Tomo about their unique backgrounds, the formation of Sprintlaw, and their experiences working in the legal industry.
In this episode, we’re joined by Jessica Wong-Saunderson who has an extensive background in advising on cross-border mergers and acquisitions as a tax lawyer and accountant.
In this episode, we're joined by Michael Wong, the founder of Mizko Media and The Designershi and he shares with us how he built a large and engaged following on YouTube and social media.
We deep dive into the discussions around the challenges of being an eldest daughter, societal and peer pressures, and the ongoing debate around choosing your career vs having kids.
In this episode of the Level Asian Podcast, we’re joined by Karen Loon, a former senior Big 4 partner, diversity practitioner and author of "Fostering Culturally Diverse Leadership in Organisations."
We’re joined by Jen Trinh, an ex-pat living and teaching in Bangkok. Jen grew up in Sydney she has spent the last decade teaching abroad, travelling and connecting with people all around the world.
In this episode, we're talking to each other about the big steps of moving out. You'll hear from our own experiences and thoughts, from the pros and cons to dealing with the idea of aging parents.
In this episode, we speak to Emily about her passion for beauty, which started when she became a makeup artist at 16 and now, at 22, has opened her own luxury beauty salon in Castle Hill.
In Part 2 of our episode with Heaven Leigh, we hear about her struggles with identity growing up as a mixed-race kid, and how Bodhi has allowed her to embrace both her cultures.
Claudia Li shares how she went from working as a personal trainer and yoga instructor to becoming a 6-figure business coaching company in less than a year, all at the mind-blowingly tender age of 23.
We’re joined by Cherie Tu, aka. Thrivingonplants, who takes us back to the beginning of her journey and how she turned her photography and blogging hobby into a successful career.
Welcome to our new Solo Series, where we sit down with each other to discuss more personal topics around our Asian upbringing, parental relationships and identity.
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