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    #AsianAugust and What It Means for Representation | Asian American Identities

    Before I jump into the blog post:  For my 21st birthday this month on October 21, please consider donating to my favorite nonprofit, Reach for Excellence. I have created a

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    I am back! I did not forget about this blog or my readers. In fact, this post will mark the beginning of a 3-part blog series titled Asian American Identities.

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    Originally published on May 15, 2018 Let's get up close and personal this week :) This is gonna be a long post, so grab something to eat and drink before

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    Sorry for the late upload - my sleep schedule was thrown off this week after landing back in MSP at midnight on Monday! This week, I write an update on

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    Gilman Blog #15 | 10 Things I Learned as a Gilman Scholar

    The U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship is a grant program that enables students of limited financial means to study or intern abroad, thereby gaining skills critical

    Visiting Edinburgh – Spring Break 2018

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    Gilman Blog #14 | Studying Abroad and Career Paths

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    #AsianAugust and What It Means for Representation | Asian American Identities
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    #AsianAugust and What It Means for Representation | Asian American Identities

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    An Academic Critique of My 11th Grade Paper | Asian American Identities
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    An Academic Critique of My 11th Grade Paper | Asian American Identities

    I am back! I did not forget about this blog or my readers. In fact, this post will mark the beginning of a 3-part blog…

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    Growing Up as An Asian American Immigrant – Q&A

    Growing Up as An Asian American Immigrant – Q&A

    Originally published on May 15, 2018 Let’s get up close and personal this week 🙂 This is gonna be a long post, so grab something…

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    Maturing Emotionally: I’m Crying to Heal

    Maturing Emotionally: I’m Crying to Heal

    Sorry for the late upload – my sleep schedule was thrown off this week after landing back in MSP at midnight on Monday! This week,…

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    A Love Letter to Google Calendar

    A Love Letter to Google Calendar

    In case you’re not aware of my obsession, I’m in love with Google Calendar. So I’m going to write an ENTIRE blog post about my…

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    Finding Myself through Podcasts – Q&A

    Finding Myself through Podcasts – Q&A

    The month of June is nearly over and a third of my summer break is gone already. Where has the time gone? Each summer break…

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