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Short N' Sweet: A Donut Princess Podcast

Feb 24, 2022

Vannary Kong was born in Fresno, California and raised in Indianapolis. She is an Afro-Asian who’s very passionate about not only what's going on in Southeast Asia, but also how it affects the United States. Vannary is the country director of the ASEAN Youth Organizations and was also actively involved with three other regional, multilateral bodies. And for today’s episode, she will talk about her experience and the challenges she faced as someone who was raised from two cultures especially at the height of the BLM and Asian Hate. She will also share her five golden nuggets on what we can do to advance this new type of thinking to help and provide for the new generation. Tune in to this episode to find out more about what Vannary has to say! 


“Even if you don't want to know about the policies that have happened because you feel like it's negative, it's just great to be aware. So you can make sure that you're being an informed citizen and making informed decisions and not being left in the dark.


  • Overcoming Generational Trauma 
  • Learning and being informed about what happened to your own society
  • What is Paris Peace Agreement?
  • Finding ways to get involved