ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: (Don't) Talk to the Chinese Kids: My Journey with Diversity. and Inclusion | Miga Xie | TEDxEmory

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: (Don't) Talk to the Chinese Kids: My Journey with Diversity. and Inclusion | Miga Xie | TEDxEmory

Here’s Great Tip: (Don't) Talk to the Chinese Kids: My Journey with Diversity. and Inclusion | Miga Xie | TEDxEmory


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Miga Xie, a sophomore in the Goizueta Business School at Emory University pursuing a degree in marketing and economics, is ready to share his story about diversity inclusion Miga Xie is a sophomore in the business school with a concentration in marketing and a double major in economics. He is passionate about stand-up comedy, movies and basketball, and volunteers for a service organization that provides free kidney screenings for underprivileged communities. He watches cooking instruction videos and food traveling videos religiously, and considers himself a decent cook. He lived with a host family for four years in Tennessee since the age of 14, and has been passionate about public speaking since he could say his own name, roughly at the age of 3. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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