BUSTLE: Featured – Quynh Mai, MI&C Founder
I grew up with an immigrant mother who had escaped the Vietnam War. Many of the gifts she provided to me were invisible to me as I grew up; it took years for me to see them for what they are.
In the ’80s, I watched dozens of sitcoms and shows on our American TV. I saw mothers who were loving, doting, stay-at-home figures. I saw them provide emotional support systems for their onscreen kids. As an “American” child, I expected hugs, presents, and heartfelt conversations.
Instead, my mother gave me sacrifice. She did whatever she could to make our new life work.
In Vietnam, my mother had been the educated daughter of a diplomat. In the final years of the Vietnam War, as Saigon fell to the North, she bribed an American soldier to help with our papers to leave her homeland. > READ ARTICLE
Ad Age Featured – Quynh Mai, MI&C Founder
“Quynh Mai, founder at Moving Image & Content, brings her own olives, cheeses and other charcuterie staples for the plane because, let’s face it, there’s nothing first-class about plane food.” > READ ARTICLE