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API Identity: Reclaiming and Creating Our Narrative

The kin·dle program invites you to join us, along with Christine Chen and Regina Fang, the creators and hosts of the Perfectly Imperfect Podcast (PIP) for our next event! In line with our goals to build community across departments, Christine and Regina will discuss their experiences as Asian American women, and the complexities surrounding narratives that affirm and challenge what it means to be in community with others. A Q&A session will follow, allowing participants to converse with our guests.

Christine is a full time life coach focused on wellness and mental health whose mission is to help young adults live authentically. She’s a mom to a sassy Pomeranian and is a lover of all things cute and cozy. Christine continues to build bridges, events, and communities that encourage people to dig deeper, speak vulnerably, and be seen for who they really are.

Regina is the founder of the women’s workwear line At Last, that hopes to inspire confidence through fit and simplicity. Inspired by her time in New York, she believes in the power of storytelling and its ability to help individuals find self-acceptance and feel less alone. In her spare time, she has a passion for fashion, beauty, travelling, visiting museums, and trying new foods!

This event is co-sponsored by CGU’s Office of Student Life, Diversity & Leadership; CGU’s Graduate Student Council; and the 7C Asian American Advisory Board.

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