Identity is complex, yet hardly anyone talks about it. How come? Join me, as I capture the stories of people around the world, in the hopes to help learn more about my own identity. More info on fakeidpodcast.com
Dealing with Trauma
Traumatic events have the power to influence and impact how we evolve our identity over time. In this raw and personal episode Amanda Poh shares with us how she has dealt with her identity after facing traumatic events related to sexual assault and racism.
Becoming a Parent
How does your identity change when you become a parent? On Mothers Day, I had a conversation with my own mom about my fears of my identity evolving due to marrying another person or becoming a mother. Join us as my mother reflects on her own journey, and shares some lessons for all of us.
What makes you different?
Laila Zayan shares with us what it's like having her belief as a Muslim define a core part of her identity. In this Ramadan special, you will hear stories from Laila's life growing up in a suburb of Seattle, to her time as a Yoga Instructor in the Bay Area.
In 1912, Abubakar Khan's family was one of the earlier families to migrate from India to America. In this episode we explore how inter-generational values can be both helpful and detrimental to our identity.
What role do our parents play in our identity? In our first episode, Joey Loi covers the journey of his parents from Vietnam to pursuing "the-american-dream". And how that has impacted him today.
Who Am I?
Why did I start FakeID? Why should you be listening to this podcast? In this intro episode I cover my journey of FakeID and why it matters to me. I cover the inspiration in 2019 that led me to starting this podcast, and the challenges in 2020 that deterred from launching it.