Vivian Dang is based in Vancouver. She loves storytelling and is currently a writer for Medium's "P.S. I Love You" publication. When she's not working, she sits for PADS service dogs-in-training and researches the hottest brunch places to dine. On weekends, you can find her scrolling through her favourite golden retriever IG accounts.
Chef Patrick Do is changing what it means to be a Vietnamese restaurant owner in Vancouver. Learn about his journey through food and identity as a young Vietnamese Canadian chef, and the visionary behind Do Chay Restaurant.
In the wake of the Atlanta shooting, Asian women continue to experience objectification through hyper-sexualizing and exoticizing media narratives. However, a new generation of Asian women hopes to assert the power and agency that they hold.
In this continuation of the My Roaring 20s series, Vivian Dang takes us on the journey of how learning to navigate her first heartbreak taught her how to understand and embrace being diagnosed with generalized anxiety and depression.
How can companies and individuals do better when responding to public backlash about incidents of cultural appropriation? Vivian Dang explores this and the fine line between appropriation and appreciation as she unpacks the most recent case of cultural appropriation by a white-owned company called The Mahjong Line.
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