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Episode #10: Lorenzo Ponce & Ricci Zaragoza

Episode #10: Lorenzo Ponce & Ricci Zaragoza

"I'm from Hong Kong, but, you see, I'm not exactly originated from China, I'm more of a third culture kid. That's what they're called these days. Basically, they're people whose parents come from a different country who migrate to another different country, and then they are born there... Not being able to fit in is not exactly a bad thing, because it makes you very adaptable. It gives me a very unique perspective on life. It doesn't require me to take very strong left or right, black or white, political stances. It allows me to be a bit of an observer. The best way I would call it, is being rooted in the winds. You have a ground somewhere, but this ground is always moving, but you always keep yourself. It's very important not to lose it." - Lorenzo Ponce "I'm from Venezuela, from Caracas, the capital. You basically live in a cage. My parents in Caracas create these walls trying to protect you, but at the same time these walls keep you from living a normal

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