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A variety show hosted by Hella Chluy. Important Topics, stories and conversations with other content creators, small businesses, and getting to know movers and shakers in any industry as well as up and comers the world needs to know about. New video episodes every week at www.youtube.com/hellachluy Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chluytalk/support

Chluy Talk Hella Chluy

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A variety show hosted by Hella Chluy. Important Topics, stories and conversations with other content creators, small businesses, and getting to know movers and shakers in any industry as well as up and comers the world needs to know about. New video episodes every week at www.youtube.com/hellachluy Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chluytalk/support

    Ep 12: Get to Know Michelle

    Ep 12: Get to Know Michelle

    In episode 12, I chat and catch up with my good friend Michelle Hak of Portland Oregon. Some of you may recognize her from my "Dime" music we released earlier this year. Michelle works in healthcare and during the pandemic, she wanted to start a side hustle doing what she loves, which is eyebrows. So she's been doing it for a few months now and doing pretty well for herself and I just wanted to have a conversation with her about whats going on in her life as learn more about her on a personal level. If anyone, needs their eye brows done in Portland area, make sure you hit up Michelle at Archemy Brows.


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    • 59 min
    Ep 11: Super Duper OG - Youtube & Beer

    Ep 11: Super Duper OG - Youtube & Beer

    Episode 11 of Chluy Talk Podcast is different and fun but also as a disclaimer: We are not promoting alcohol abuse, and this video is for a mature audience. Please do not try any of the beer challenges at home. Quick story of how Super Duper OG and I made contact: So early on when I started my podcast, I did a live stream on my Youtube to ask my followers who wants to be on my podcast, and he reached out to me. I then, checked out his channel and saw that he runs a beer drinking channel and he's growing pretty rapidly so the rest was history. I picked Super Duper Og's brain on his quick rise on youtube and what gear he uses as far as equipment goes (mics, lighting, camera, etc) and we have some things in common like we both do everything ourself from the filming, video and audio editing, to the comedy skits. Also, he spoke about how he manages to work a regular job and only does drinking videos on the weekends, and how he's able to maintain his health. He only drinks beer, and quit hard liquor for a few years now. What I liked about this episode is that I learned some valuable things regarding how to grow on youtube by consistently releasing videos and fan engagement Youtube live streaming, as well doing Giveaways. So hopefully, some of you guys can get inspired to start a channel in 2020 and beyond, it doesn't even have to be any crazy challenges. Just find your niche and execute. Watch video episode here: https://youtu.be/w_2bLtsdjPI


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    • 53 min
    Ep 10: Tharoth Sam Oum - Little Frog

    Ep 10: Tharoth Sam Oum - Little Frog

    In episode 10 of Chluy Talk Podcast, I interview my good friend Tharoth Sam Oum of Cambodia. Tharoth is a martial arts fighter, specializing in the ancient art of Bokator. She is also the first Khmer female MMA fighter and it was really good to sit down and here her story. I've had a lot of questions specifically about the differences between Bokator, Pradal Serey, and Kun Khmer. She was able to answer it and also give me a better understanding of our culture and combat art. We talk about so much and I hope this episode inspires other young individuals to pursue their dream no matter what it is. Just persevere, and put in the time and work and you'll eventually get there. Listen to full episode to hear about her accomplishments as well as her experience working with Angelina Jolie in the netflix film, "First They Killed My Father," and as well as playing a starring role in the Martial Arts action film, "Jailbreak" Both films can be watched right now on Netflix. Tharoth also played a major role in the "Surviving Bokator" documentary and thats actually how we met, when she came to Philly to promote the film.


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    • 52 min
    Ep 9: Narinden Lay - Portland Oregon's Realtor and My Best Friend

    Ep 9: Narinden Lay - Portland Oregon's Realtor and My Best Friend

    In this episode, I interview my best friend since childhood. His name is Narinden Lay and he's 36 years old. He's currently is in the Real Estate profession and this year alone, Narinden has 4.9M in Sales volume. We talk about how Portland, Oregon's real estate market was able to thrive during a pandemic. Aside from real estate, this episode is more like regular conversation with my buddy, we shared so many funny, crazy, sad, and happy stories from growing up in a small town called Longview-Kelso, Washington, to picking berries to earn school clothes, as well as Robam dancing (traditional Khmer Dance), and our most memorable time doing Taekwon-Do together. Narinden and I, have so much common and it was so fun to catch up with him and just hearing him talk about his work ethic is, admirable to me. I'm very proud of him and I hope you guys can get inspired or get some positives out of this episode.


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    • 1 hr 35 min
    Ep 8: Chhinda Som - The Khmer Naomi Osaka

    Ep 8: Chhinda Som - The Khmer Naomi Osaka

    In this episode, my special guest is Chhinda Som. Khmer American tennis player  was born and raised in Rochester, NY. Chhinda is 21 years old and currently plays for the 2020 Virginia Tech Womens Tennis team. She's also a member of the Cambodian National Tennis Team from 2015 to present. We had a great conversation and we touched on topics such as dealing with growing up in Rochester, her relationship with her family, dealing with racism throughout her life, as well as social justice, police brutality, and so on. I also learned that her family played traditional Khmer music in a band and how her grandpa inspired her to learn the drums and other instruments. Please tune in to the full episode to learn more about Chhinda's story.

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    • 1 hr 15 min
    Ep 7: Cambo Vlogs - The Khmer Speaking Expat

    Ep 7: Cambo Vlogs - The Khmer Speaking Expat

    Pat Moriarity is an expat vlogger and youtuber living in Cambodia. His family  first moved to Cambodia in 1996 as missionaries. After finishing school back in the U.S. He decided to move back to Cambodia and start a life there. He married his wife Mey in January of 2019 and began to incorporate the khmer language in his vlogs. In this episode we talk about how we discovered each other on youtube. We discuss the pros & cons and being a youtuber and what its like to live in Cambodia, coming from America, Maine to be exact. We hope you enjoy this episode and please make sure you follow Cambo Vlogs to see his day to day life in Cambodia. So many gems in this episode and we hope it inspires anyone who may want to become a youtuber or vlogger or just anyone who has a goal in life. It's all about just doing it, rather then just talking about it.

    Subscribe to Cambo Vlogs on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS-x_qiuDaQ0C6TWIwyjpYg


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    • 56 min

Customer Reviews

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7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Bauremay ,

Real People, Real Experiences

I’m beyond thrilled that Hella Chluy started his own podcast to speak to real people about their life experiences. Hella Chluy is so down to earth, authentic, humble, and a naturally charismatic guy. Listening to his episodes, he makes you feel as if you’re a part of the conversation. I listened to his first 2 episodes and have learned so much from him and his guest speakers. In the first episode, I liked hearing from JL Jupiter about adversity, passion, health, and the importance of empowering yourself to learn new skills. In the second episode, I was highly impressed with Battambong Bob in how articulate he is as a Khmer and English speaker. He is a true inspiration. From working in a sweatshop in Cambodia as a kid to fighting off bullies and facing racial discrimination to becoming a successful educated, medical professional and entrepreneur with his food business, I really loved hearing from him. These episodes were rich with information! Keep up the great work!

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This was a great first episode, the quality was dope, the content had a good flow and had me smiling throughout. I’m excited to see what’s next!

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