59 min

Angie Wang Is The Only One Who “Broke Bad” To Put Herself Through College Episode 28 The Only One In The Room

    • Personal Journals

What if, because of your race, you were termed a model minority, expected to desire the best education and family stability over the so-called champagne life? And what if after getting into college, you found that the luxury lifestyle of your peers was more your speed than the values with which you’d been raised?
Angie Wang, screenwriter, director, producer and philanthropist, is a first generation Chinese American woman, who grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. When she managed to get herself into one of America’s most prestigious universities, she found herself not just wanting to keep up with the lifestyle of her well-to-do classmates, she wanted to set a new standard of decadence.
But what would you do if you discovered that you had a special talent for illegally cooking up a substance which could make you rich beyond your wildest dreams? Would you risk your top-notch education and "break bad"? Covertly using your university chem lab at night to create a popular drug? Or would you choose your family values over the lure of extravagance, and use your talents for good?
More From Angie Wang:
Watch her film MDMA on Showtime, Amazon or iTunes
Finding Angie Wang:
 Instagram: @jadegirlsmom
Facebook: Angie Wang
If you'd like to ask a question and be featured during the Dear Laura segment you can DM us on instagram @theonlyoneintheroom or email us via the website www.theonlyonepod.com.
Also visit the website for the latest from our host Laura Cathcart Robbins such as live events, appearances, featured articles and more.
Don't miss our bonus after show Scott Talks, where co-host and producer Scott Slaughter (aka Hon) briefly chops it up with our guest immediately after the interview. 
*If you know someone who might be feeling like they're the "Only One" be sure to share this or one of our other unique episodes with them. Also be sure to subscribe, comment and review us on iTunes! 
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

What if, because of your race, you were termed a model minority, expected to desire the best education and family stability over the so-called champagne life? And what if after getting into college, you found that the luxury lifestyle of your peers was more your speed than the values with which you’d been raised?
Angie Wang, screenwriter, director, producer and philanthropist, is a first generation Chinese American woman, who grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. When she managed to get herself into one of America’s most prestigious universities, she found herself not just wanting to keep up with the lifestyle of her well-to-do classmates, she wanted to set a new standard of decadence.
But what would you do if you discovered that you had a special talent for illegally cooking up a substance which could make you rich beyond your wildest dreams? Would you risk your top-notch education and "break bad"? Covertly using your university chem lab at night to create a popular drug? Or would you choose your family values over the lure of extravagance, and use your talents for good?
More From Angie Wang:
Watch her film MDMA on Showtime, Amazon or iTunes
Finding Angie Wang:
 Instagram: @jadegirlsmom
Facebook: Angie Wang
If you'd like to ask a question and be featured during the Dear Laura segment you can DM us on instagram @theonlyoneintheroom or email us via the website www.theonlyonepod.com.
Also visit the website for the latest from our host Laura Cathcart Robbins such as live events, appearances, featured articles and more.
Don't miss our bonus after show Scott Talks, where co-host and producer Scott Slaughter (aka Hon) briefly chops it up with our guest immediately after the interview. 
*If you know someone who might be feeling like they're the "Only One" be sure to share this or one of our other unique episodes with them. Also be sure to subscribe, comment and review us on iTunes! 
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

59 min