Nubia Younge isn’t your typical “digital nomad,” traveling Asia. She had kids in her 20s and—now in her 40s—decided to move halway across the globe. Listen to her unique perspective as a black, female, solo traveler.
Intro: Hi. My name is Vinh, and I’m passionate about Asia’s rise in the Pacific century. Through my YouTube channel, I travel the Asia-Pacific interviewing entrepreneurs, highlighting businesses, and reporting on the local cultures, cuisines, and attractions.
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Q: Where are you from?
A: I’m Vietnamese-American from Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.
Q: Where are you based?
A: I split my time between Chiang Mai, Thailand and Danang, Vietnam and travel throughout the Asia-Pacific.
Q: Where did you go to school?
A: I have a B.A. from St. John’s University (Minnesota), a M.A. degree in Chinese Studies from the University of Hawaii, a Global Trade Certificate from Saint Paul College (Minnesota), and am APICS-certified as a Supply Chain Professional (CSCP).
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