Dear Kiki – Cold Tea Collective’s Advice Column

Feeling stuck, lost, or conflicted? Need help navigating your relationships, family, career, and life as an Asian millennial? We are here for you.

Dear Kiki is Cold Tea Collective’s advice column and she has the answers to your questions. Share what’s on your mind (or heart!) with us and Kiki will do her best to guide you in the right direction.


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Maximum length is 150 words. Feel free to include as many details as you like. There’s no such thing as TMI!

  • Questions may be edited for length.
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