I’m honored to introduce you to my great friend and brother, Kalvin Hang, or Wicced as he’s known. Wicced was born in a refugee camp in Thailand as his parents escaped war-torn Cambodia, then emigrated to California, where he grew up in San Diego.
From dire poverty to gang violence to prison, to say Wicced had it tough is an understatement.
He was even thrown in an immigration prison and deported to Cambodia, never allowed to return to the U.S. - even though he’d never actually lived in Cambodia.
But instead of seeing himself as a victim or shying away from adversity, Wicced thrived on it, becoming a community leader and bridge between two worlds: Cambodia and the U.S., the streets and the bustling business world.
But one thing is for sure – if Wicced is your friend, he’s always got your back.
Thanks for listening to this part one of my interview with Wicced and look for part two coming very soon.
And mad love to Cambodia and the Deportees! ????
-Norm Schriever :-)