About Brazn AZN
Born from an alcohol soaked evening at a blogging conference with other badass Asian mamas, Brazn AZN is all about highlighting the members of our Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) community who are brash, brazen, and unabashedly pursuing what they love. Founded by freelance writer Virginia Duan, Brazn AZN believes we resist white supremacy with the sheer force of our blatantly glorious existence.
Virginia Duan is the entertainment editor for Mochi Magazine, the Living Justice Editor for Diverging Magazine, and curator for the Influencer Activist Toolkit. She’s written for sites like Scary Mommy, Romper, Healthline, Mom.com, and Mochi Magazine and has been quoted in The New York Times. She is also a member of the Yahoo! Allyship Pledge community. Virginia reacts to K-pop on YouTube, hosts the Noona ARMY Podcast, and founded BrAzn AZN, a series highlighting brash, brazen, and unabashedly APIDAs. Located in the Bay Area, Calif., she bilingual homeschools her 4 kids in Chinese and English.