UCLA Anderson School International Economist Sebastian Edwards

I Fought a Fire at a Chinese Restaurant in Santiago

Sebastian Edwards is an international economist at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. He previously served as the World Bank’s Chief Economist for Latin America and the Caribbean. He is a frequent commentator on CNN and author of the new book, American Default: The Untold Story of FDR, the Supreme Court and the Battle over Gold. Before taking part in a Zócalo/UCLA Anderson event titled “Could the United States Ever Go Bankrupt?” held at the RedZone at Gensler, in downtown Los Angeles, he chatted in the green room about his …

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President of the Migration Policy Institute Andrew Selee

I Thought I Was Going to Be Dancing Tango in Buenos Aires

Andrew Selee is president of the Migration Policy Institute, former executive vice president at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, a columnist for the Mexican newspaper El Universal, and …

Hawaiʻi Public Radio Reporter Noe Tanigawa

I Just Do Everything With the Same Intensity

Noe Tanigawa is an arts and culture reporter for Hawaiʻi Public Radio. Before moderating a Zócalo/Daniel K. Inouye Institute “Pau Hana” panel discussion titled “Why Is the Mainland So Fascinated …

Executive Chef of Foodland Super Market Keoni Chang

Thomas Jefferson Was a Big Foodie

Keoni Chang is corporate executive chef of Foodland Super Market in Hawai‘i. Before taking part in a Zócalo/Daniel K. Inouye Institute “Pau Hana” discussion titled “Why Is the Mainland So …

Writer and Editor Martha Cheng

I'm Really Bad at Following Advice

Martha Cheng is a writer and editor based in Honolulu. Before taking part in a Zócalo/Daniel K. Inouye Institute “Pau Hana” discussion titled “Why Is the Mainland So Fascinated By …

Chef and Restaurateur Jordan Keao

I Think I Might Go Back to Windsurfing

Jordan Keao is a Hawai‘i-born executive chef and owner of San Francisco’s ‘āina restaurant. Before taking part in a Zócalo/Daniel K. Inouye Institute “Pau Hana” discussion titled “Why Is the …