Tinger Hseih // Ep 68 // Sharing Cultural Diversity Through Food and Travel

Welcome to Episode 68 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Tinger Hseih on this week's episode.

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Tinger Hseih is an entrepreneur with the travel and food blog Dash of Ting, which promotes cultural diversity through food. Utilizing knowledge from working in corporate advertising coupled with her experience creating content as a blogger, host and influencer, she founded the marketing consultancy Dash of Media, specializing in influencer marketing. Tinger has also been featured or hosted shows for Tastemade, Thrillist, and Buzzfeed. And she’s worked with brands such as Whole Foods, Qatar Airways, Paramount Pictures, and the Mexico Tourism Board.

This episode is sponsored by Penguin Random House. This month and every month, Penguin Random House invites readers to uplift AAPI stories and #ReadAsianAuthors! From books like Cathy Park Hong’s vital new essay collection MINOR FEELINGS, to Kevin Kwan’s irresistible beach read SEX AND VANITY, we’re celebrating the stories that make us laugh, cry, and feel seen. Throughout the month of May, Penguin Random House is donating 15% of their site profits to Asian Americans Advancing Justice, up to $30K. Find your next read at PenguinRandomHouse.com or go to bit.ly/ReadAsianAuthors.

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