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The Filipino American Woman Project - Jen Amos EPISODE 24, 13th November 2020
079: "It's so beautiful to use food as a vehicle to share stories because it's one of the few mediums that connects us all." Embracing who we are, supper clubs and pop-ups with Raquel Villanueva Dang
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079: "It's so beautiful to use food as a vehicle to share stories because it's one of the few mediums that connects us all." Embracing who we are, supper clubs and pop-ups with Raquel Villanueva Dang

Self-taught chef, pharmaceutical associate director, and solidarity advocate Raquel Villanueva Dang believes that, in times like these, it's so important to embrace who we are in all our unique ways and differences. She shares how it took her till her 20s to really embrace being a proud Filipino American woman, what it was like growing up in New Jersey and now living in Philadelphia, how the 2020 pandemic has been a rollercoaster of emotions and exhaustion, how she cooks food that's nostalgic of her childhood, and much more.

Connect with Raquel on Instagram @titaemmies

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