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The Greg Hung show will feature interesting International content and guests that are in the Video, Travel, and Entrepreneurial would or any thing in between. You can expect to learn slow travel location independent tips, video tips and business advice from Greg or his international guests. Some episodes feature Video influencers, audio specialists, Lens camera ceo's to location independent entrepreneurs that are scaling their business. Topics may vary from international dating, video tips, city vs city lifestyle, to online video tips. Greg has spent time in South Africa, Canada, Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia so you're going to get an International flavour.

Greg Hung, a South Africa Canadian Travel Videographer who left corporate IT in 2011 after completing his MBA at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver BC. Greg made a decision to try a working holiday in Taiwan to study Mandarin and develop his on-line Video business. Greg made a decision to sell his place, car and most of this things and a made a trip from Vancouver to Asia. He got his business off the ground using the stock footage and on-line teaching business models and was introduced to the Digital nomad community by a Canadian Nigel Fish. Greg relocated to the digital nomad capital of Chiang Mai, Thailand. He was inspired to start his podcast here and the theme of the show is to talk about business, travel, and lifestyle. He has since gone on to live longer term in other locations in Asia such as Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, and Vietnam.
Travel Blog: http://chicvoyagetravel.com
Video Production Site Chicvoyageproductions.com

The Greg Hung Show Greg Hung: Videoographer, Digital Nomad, Online-Teacher

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The Greg Hung show will feature interesting International content and guests that are in the Video, Travel, and Entrepreneurial would or any thing in between. You can expect to learn slow travel location independent tips, video tips and business advice from Greg or his international guests. Some episodes feature Video influencers, audio specialists, Lens camera ceo's to location independent entrepreneurs that are scaling their business. Topics may vary from international dating, video tips, city vs city lifestyle, to online video tips. Greg has spent time in South Africa, Canada, Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia so you're going to get an International flavour.

Greg Hung, a South Africa Canadian Travel Videographer who left corporate IT in 2011 after completing his MBA at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver BC. Greg made a decision to try a working holiday in Taiwan to study Mandarin and develop his on-line Video business. Greg made a decision to sell his place, car and most of this things and a made a trip from Vancouver to Asia. He got his business off the ground using the stock footage and on-line teaching business models and was introduced to the Digital nomad community by a Canadian Nigel Fish. Greg relocated to the digital nomad capital of Chiang Mai, Thailand. He was inspired to start his podcast here and the theme of the show is to talk about business, travel, and lifestyle. He has since gone on to live longer term in other locations in Asia such as Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, and Vietnam.
Travel Blog: http://chicvoyagetravel.com
Video Production Site Chicvoyageproductions.com

    Scams in Vancouver Canada exposed – Wedding Video, Fake Google Reps

    Scams in Vancouver Canada exposed – Wedding Video, Fake Google Reps

    Scams in Vancouver Canada exposed



    In this episode I'm going to reveal 3 scams I was exposed to in Vancouver Canada including the Wedding Video QuickBooks Scam, Fake Google Rep scam, and the spam government calls. In my 9 years providing video services internationally I've never been scammed until in December 2019.



    I think various locations outside Vancouver are targeting our province because of the wealth in this city. As a videographer I'm going to expose them as I ended up losing $200 through a fake wedding where I was encourage to sign up for quickbooks.

    • 17 min
    Is there a future in Vancouver

    Is there a future in Vancouver

    I grew up in Vancouver beginning in 1991 in Richmond and then moved to Vancouver Island before returning in 1995. I've seen how Vancouver has changed very quickly most notably after gaining global attention after the olympics.







    Vancouver attracted global attention and started ranking as one of the top cities to live in. This attracted foreign investors to purchase a lot of property. Many locals (myself included) that had property at the time cashed in, but now prices in 2019 have become still affordable for most locals. There has been a trickle down effect from this property market. Locals with families have been forced to move further outside of Vancouver and make long commutes for work. Restaurants are close and younger talent are moving out of the city because its just too expensive. Salaries have not increased along with the property prices.



    In this context is there still a future in Vancouver for new residents, university graduates, and locals that for whatever reason don't own property post 2010 olympics. I explore this topic in this podcast.

    • 16 min
    What is culture – Vancouver vs Kuala Lumpur

    What is culture – Vancouver vs Kuala Lumpur

    What is culture? Have you lived in multiple countries as an expat or digital nomad. You will realize the first month you are back to a city or country how apeople behave. The language they use, the different slang words, pedestrian rights etc and more will be explored in this episode contrasting malaysia and thailand.



    This show is sponsored by Chicvoyageproductions.com who has a new course on Gopro 8 Beyond Next Level https://chicvoyageproductions.com/gopro8

    • 17 min
    The Vancouver Marijuana Report

    The Vancouver Marijuana Report

    Marijuana weed or Cannabis as it is known in Canada is legal since Oct 17 2018. It has a long history in Canada if you google it, but today we are going to be talking about what is it like to access marijuana in Vancouver in October 2019. Many digital nomads spend time in Asia where as this time you don't even bother trying to smoke it as it is difficult and penalities can be severe. We spend our time in Asia not smoking about it, but we talk about it a lot maybe because we cannot access it. Craft beer is a luxury item in Asia, but is a commodity in Vancouver Canada. We want what we cannot have.



    When I was in Vancouver in December 2018 a lot of dispensaries were still operating and offering marijuana for sale like lotus land. However, when I returned in October 2019 I found many of them were closed. In it's place there are online options that you will find on google map, and there are a few shops like Cannabis Co and Hobo where you can buy. Check out my interview with Chris from Asia to share my Vancouver Marijuana Report.



    You can check a directory of marijuana dispensaries from this page



    Craft Marijuana - Sweet Jersey Sativa




    https://youtu.be/JsRdhX77Ljo

    • 8 min
    Taipei Taiwan for Digital Nomads – Still a Great Place to Visit

    Taipei Taiwan for Digital Nomads – Still a Great Place to Visit

    I had a recent visit to Taipei Taiwan in 2019 & 2020. Is it still a great place to visit? Who is this destination for? This city changes fast. There are new places to stay, eat, and even get around. For example you can take the MRT from the Airport direct to the city. Let me help you get an Expat local insider view into Taipei.



    Taipei is a great spot if you're not too price sensitive, you want a blend of nature and the big city, great food, fast internet, and cultural experience.



    Taipei is a destination for digital nomads or travelers that are looking for a safe, convenient, a relatively affordable food paradise. The locals are friendly and there is lots to see and it's easy to get around on public transport. Internet is never an issue with their fast 4g unlimited data plans.







    Check out Digital Nomads in Asia Course for in depth guides on destinations I've lived as a Digital nomad



    The Digital Nomad in Asia Course



    Check out the Digital Nomad in Asia course for in depth guides for not only Taiwan, but Thailand, Bali, Vietnam, South Korea and more








    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnpvU90NqJM





    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnipwaTKhO8




    Where to stay?



    There are lots of nice little pockets in Taipei. Some areas I enjoy are Daan especially near the Daan Park station, dongmen mrt, Xinyi Anhe, Songshan, and zhongshan just to name a few. If you want the ultimate convenience you can stay near Taipei main station, beimen, or ximen stations. The airport mrt goes directly to beimen and taipei main giving you less transfers to go through if you carry a lot of luggage.

    • 9 min
    Why Podcast and Tips for Doing it

    Why Podcast and Tips for Doing it

    Podcasting is a mature platform and a great way to reach a new audience on itunes, spotify, google music, stitcher and more. I've been podcasting since 2015 and have since published 40 episodes. Here I share why you should podcast and tips for doing it.

    • 9 min

Customer Reviews

Travelling-Dude ,

Great podcast

I really enjoy Greg's podcasts. He has technical knowledge on videography, but also is a down-to-earth person who opens up his heart to share his travel tips, experiences. His location visits to Thailand and Taiwan, as well, as other places are unique and special.

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