LOVE IN TRANSLATION

Everyone loves differently because everyone was loved differently.

AYESHIA A. SIDDIQI
Through conversations with first-generation Americans and their immigrant parents, ILY’s podcast, Love in Translation, explores the array forms and customs of love across cultures.
Hosted by ILY magazine founder Erika Ramirez.
Listen to first season below.

Episode 5: Kaity Wong & Fanny Wong Love In Translation

On the fifth episode of Love In Translation, ILY founder Erika Ramirez talks with Chinese American creative director Kaity Wong and her mother Mrs. Fanny Wong. — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
  1. Episode 5: Kaity Wong & Fanny Wong
  2. Episode 4: Doris Muñoz & Ruth Muñoz
  3. Episode 3: Dan Buyanovsky & Leo Buyanovsky
  4. Episode 2: Sarah Kim James & Grace Kim
  5. Episode 1: Sylvia Obell & Elizabeth Okwirry (“Mama Liz”)

All Episodes

Episode 1:

On the first episode of Love In Translation, ILY founder Erika Ramirez talks with Kenyan American journalist / BuzzFeed’s “Hella Opinions” host and her mother Elizabeth Okwirry (“Mama Liz”).

Episode 2: Sarah Kim James & Grace Kim

On the second episode of Love In Translation, ILY founder Erika Ramirez talks with Korean American entrepreneur and founder of ‘By Way of Us’ Sarah Kim James and her mother and Korean Women’s Association Board Chair, Mrs. Grace Kim.

Episode 3: Dan Buyanovsky & Leo Buyanovsky

On the third episode of Love In Translation, ILY founder Erika Ramirez talks with director and writer Dan Buyanovsky and his father Leo Buyanovsky, who was born and raised in Moscow, Russia.

Episode 4: Doris Muñoz & Ruth Muñoz

On the fourth episode of Love In Translation, ILY founder Erika Ramirez talks with Mexican American Doris Muñoz, founder of Mija Management and nonprofit organization Solidarity for Sanctuary, and her mother Ruth Muñoz.

Episode 5: Kaity Wong & Fanny Wong

On the fifth episode of Love In Translation, ILY founder Erika Ramirez talks with Chinese American creative director Kaity Wong and her mother Mrs. Fanny Wong.