Davis So speaks with students about fear, perseverance

Davis So speaks with students about fear, perseverance
Photo by Allan Tat.

مصادري اسعار الذهب فى السعودية اليوم By Irvin Zhang, staff writer

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كسب المال بين عشية وضحاها David So, a YouTuber, actor and comedian, took the AfterHours stage on Sunday and shared an intimate message about breaking out of your comfort zone, facing your fears and embracing your failures.

انتقل إلى هؤلاء الرجال The Asian Student Union (ASU) continued their “A Night With” series this semester by bringing in So, a Korean-American who has achieved success in the entertainment industry. He currently has 1.4 million subscribers on YouTube and was an actor in “Gook,” a 2017 drama with a 93% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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وأوضح ثنائي خيارات التداول This is the first time the ASU has brought in a comedian. They typically bring in Asian musicians, most recently Arden Cho.

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الخيارات الثنائية عصام MT4 So told the crowd his life story and the challenges he faced to get to where he is today, most specifically growing up in a rough part of Sacramento and facing failure in the eyes of his parents when he decided to pursue a career in comedy.

سوق الكويت للاوراق المالية اسعار الاسهم He coupled heavy topics with his style of comedy to ease the gravity and reality of his message.

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اذهب One of the most prominent themes of So’s talk was to not let fear prevent one from stepping out of their comfort zone. He said that once a person stops letting fear control  their life, they’ll live life with no regrets.

اقرا هذا “I really like the message he gave at the end of just not being scared and living life to the fullest,” said second-year computer science major Alex Wang. “I feel like everyone here can resonate with that.”

المزيد عن المؤلف Although the “A Night With” series’ message is typically geared toward Asian Americans, So still found a way to resonate with students of other races in attendance.

تفسيرها “I felt like [the message] was to a different audience that I wasn’t apart of, but it was still interesting to relate to his message,” said Adam Briggs, a fourth-year behavioral neuroscience major. “His message of realizing when you’re too comfortable and you have to do something you’re afraid of to be happy, I like that message.”