Full datetime event:New York — Tuesday, June 22, 2021From 14:00 to 15:00Los Angeles — Tuesday, June 22, 2021From 11:00 to 12:00London — Tuesday, June 22, 2021From 19:00 to 20:00Athens — Tuesday, June 22, 2021From 21:00 to 22:00Singapore — Wednesday, June 23, 2021From 2:00 to 3:00Sydney — Wednesday, June 23, 2021From 4:00 to 5:00
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What does it mean to be an Asian traveler in the world today?
How have Asian and Asian American Pacific Islanders uniquely contributed to the travel industry, and what is our responsibility as travelers, content creators, and industry to support and even amplify their work?
In our first edition of "How We Travel", we’ll talk with an esteemed panel of Asian & AAPI travel experts to learn more about how travel has impacted their communities around the world, what it’s like to “travel while Asian or Pacific Islander”, and what we can do to make the industry better - for all of us.
Hosted by the founder of "Color Me World" and Wanderful’s Business Development Manager Karisma Shackelford (https://instagram.com/gottahavekarisma), "How We Travel" is a new series where we dive into the travel trends, challenges, and experiences of a diversity of travelers around the world.
At each event, we’ll talk with travel experts from different intersections to explore and understand not just their own travel experiences, but what we can do as travelers, creators, and industry to make travel better for all of us.
Marjorie Perlas (@ chiefexecutiveoctopus), founder of Scapade, a mobile app that connects like-minded individuals to promote meaningful and sustainable travel experiences.
Preethi Chandrasekhar (@eagertravele), award-winning Asian American travel photographer, writer & speaker with a mission to help inspire women and ethnic minorities to explore the outdoors