Overachieving Chinese-American doctor turned conscious entrepreneur

cultural dna

  • She received her medical degree at the age of 23

  • She is the 76th generation descendant of Confucius

you might want to know:

  • Extensive networks in education, healthcare, real estate, hospitality, entertainment and technology industries in the US and China

  • Strategic vision for turning challenges into opportunities of growth

unfair superpowers:

Roberta Kung M.D.

Founder and CEO


Intellectual global citizen turned pop-culture insider and plant-based advocate

cultural dna

  • She made Taiwanese news animation an international phenomenon

you might want to know:

  • Truly bilingual and bicultural

  • Absorbing and synthesizing complex information. Saying what you want to say better than you can say it.

  • Making vegan foods that omnivores love.

unfair superpowers:

Angelica Oung

Director of Content Strategy


Transpacific third-culture business savant with deep roots in Hong Kong and Hospitality

cultural dna

  • Brokered and operated a variety of multi million dollar events for Fortune 500 Companies

  • Extensive reach in China, Hong Kong & Australia

you might want to know:

  • Passion for tapping into people’s needs to find a solution

  • Enthusiasm of youth, the maturity of an old soul

unfair superpowers:

Graeson Alexandre

COO Asia Pacific


Born in Zimbabwe, a Angeleno by way of Israel, South Africa, Belgium and London.

cultural dna

  • She pioneered the use of computer-generated floorplans graphics in the event-planning industry

  • Problem & puzzle solver

you might want to know:

  • Computer savvy, particularly with Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design and Wix .

  • Ability to conceptualize ideas, and produce extraordinary results.

unfair superpowers:

Naomi Franco Shoua

Lead Designer and Production