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Short N' Sweet: A Donut Princess Podcast

Jun 23, 2022

Founder of Asian Americans for Cannabis Education Ophelia Chong believes in the significance of Asian American representation in the cannabis industry. In this episode, you will learn more about cannabis and how Chong is actively advocating for Asian Americans to be involved in cannabis. She is a constant connector in the industry and continues to make amazing achievements.


Keep in touch with her @opheliaswims.


“Me growing up as a first-generation Asian American here, there's so much pressure to get a good education and get a good job.”


“It was an uphill battle in cannabis, because cannabis has been so underground, not within the law, a lot of things were taken because they weren't going to get dinged for it.”


“If you walk into a room normally with people who are not Asian, there's a little bit of lead up there, but when you walk into a room full of other Asians, it's like, Gosh, darn it, where do you get your lumpia? Where do you know, or where did you grow up? What your parents like, oh my gosh, did you your parents, the same thing is, so it is almost like finding friends that you don't have to tell them your whole history.”


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