This special edition of “My Motto” is dedicated to Asian American Veterans in honor or Asian Pacific American History Month. The piece features three U.S. veterans from different branches. The veterans share the struggles and challenges faced when reintegrating into civilian life, as well as their fruitful experiences in the military. Featuring stuntwoman Leaphy Khim, comedian Thom Tran, and Team Rubicon C.O.O Art delaCruz
My Motto Features Asian-American Trendsetters
My Motto is an original digital series on Myx TV featuring Asian-American go-getters, doers, trendsetters, and aspiring artists determined to build the kind of life they WANT to live.
Launched in 2007, Myx TV is the only English-language multicultural Asian American entertainment network in the United States. It’s broadcast in more than 15 million households. Cable providers include Comcast, Time Warner, Cox, Bright House and DIRECTV. The network is also available on digital platforms. It offers on demand content on www.myx.tv. In addition it’s on OTT platforms such as Roku, Samsung Smart TV and Blu-ray and Sony Bravia and Blu-ray. Myx TV’s award-winning programming includes reality shows, music videos and movies.
Leaphy Khim, Women Veteran Outreach Coordinator served the United States Marine Corps for 8 years from 2002 – 2010 as an Electrician and PWST (Peacetime / Wartime Support Team) officer. She served with the 6th Engineer Support Battalion, Bridge Company Bravo in Folsom, Pennsylvania. During her time in service she supported a few charitable and humanitarian projects which fueled her passion for helping others.
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