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This selfie taken by Ann Curry means the world to me because she has been my biggest role model
A Korean newspaper kindly welcomed me to North Texas via this report
This 'Fresh Off the Boat' actor is my hero. He's a UCLA grad like me, and he's been persevering for many years before finally hitting it big with a sitcom all Asian Americans can relate to.
A viewer took this candid shot of me while I was working
This BuzzFeed personality was a pleasure to talk to at the Unforgettable Awards Gala at The Beverly Hilton Hotel
This promo for NBC 5 was filmed on a street corner in Grand Prairie, Texas
This beautiful Asian American actress also wrote the screenplay for the feature film "Pretty Rosebud"
Emceeing at the Korean American Coalition's Banquet in Dallas, Texas
This is one of my favorite stories from Texas. Read Deborah Fleck's second article on this link.
One of the things I love most about TV reporting is getting to try cool things like driving a fancy car
I volunteer my time on behalf of the news stations I represent. On this day, I was emceeing the Asian Festival in Downtown Dallas
Shin-Soo Choo from the Texas Rangers is Korean. His presence in North Texas is a huge deal to the Korean community. So big, that the Rangers hosted a Korean Heritage Night in his honor.
K-Pop Star Yenny from Wonder Girls dropped by the Globe Life Park aka Texas Rangers stadium for the very first Korean Heritage Night
I emceed for countless award ceremonies, banquets, festivals, and galas, primarily applauding Asian Americans' success stories
I was Skype pals with this group of 5th graders in Arizona while working in Vancouver. They asked me to sign their notebooks.
Meryl Davis and Charlie White won the Silver medals in Vancouver, but then went on to win the Gold at the next Winter Olympics in Sochi
Kristi Yamaguchi was the highlight of my trip as far as interviews were concerned
It was so nice to be featured on our NBC website during the Winter Olympics
I attempted to shovel my way out of the hotel after being snowed in for several days
We shot liveshots for each other during the Flagstaff snow storms
Our crew stayed busy with local and national liveshots
I received a certificate for completing the Wildfire Academy. A proud moment, as I never dreamed of doing such a thing!
One of my favorite pastimes at fire camp was napping next to a wildfire
Our satellite truck operator previewed our shot from inside the vehicle
This was my standup introducing my personal story about being raised as a 'tiger daughter' on 12 News. I also wrote a B1 article for The Arizona Republic on the same topic.
Mom flew over from Los Angeles to Phoenix so I could do a story about her being my 'Tiger Mother'
Photo by Steve Lee during a dinner interview
I was surprised this day with a visit from American Idol's David Archuleta
I initially moved from Flagstaff to Phoenix to work as a Traffic Anchor in addition to reporting the news
Covering the snow became my specialty after a few days in Pinetop, AZ
Snow is all I can remember when thinking back to Phoenix during the winter months
Liveshots in the snow are always interesting. By the time I'm on, I look like a snowman
This standup was for my story about a Korean mother who moved to the U.S. to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a musical/opera performer.
I often reported in front of the Arizona State Capitol
Michelle Kwan was nice enough to stop by for a quick hello during one of her speaking engagements
My news director gave me the opportunity of a lifetime- to have fun at the 2010 Winter Olympics
Jim Cantore is very charismatic and easy to talk to. We reconnected after initially meeting in Florida.
I believe this was a liveshot in the snow on Christmas
Ben Russell and I often worked together on weekend shifts at NBC 5 in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas
These beautiful young ladies helped showcase a glamorous night for the Filipino Community
Once in awhile we filmed promos for NBC 5's local newscasts. This particular shoot was at the biggest office park in North Texas
I wasn't expecting snow when I left Irving City Hall
Amanda Fitzpatrick is a good friend from Dallas. She has a big social media following and currently anchors and reports in North Carolina
I love volunteering. Here is when I read a book to elementary students in Irving, Texas.
I was keynote speaker at the inaugural KAPN Youth Empowerment Seminar
Ronald McDonald's House Charities gave these smart students a head start in college