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Dani Awang

Dani Awang, a 30-year old aspiring private chef, is currently enrolled in the Culinary Arts program at KCC. "I actually don't have a drivers license," Dani said. "My favorite thing about Hawai’i has been the public transportation. Back in New York, it's very chaotic but here it's more my speed. Dani is from is Queens, New York and has lived in Hawai‘i for nine months; she has wanted to move to Hawai’i since 2008. When she isn't busy with school and studying, she likes to binge watch shows. "I just finished watching Trublood," Dani said. "Now I've started watching Living Single; it's such a classic." Dani, a former military member, hopes to graduate from the culinary program and include nutritional training in her career. She wants to show people that they can eat healthily and have delicious meals.

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Dani Awang

Dani Awang, a 30-year old aspiring private chef, is currently enrolled in the Culinary Arts program at KCC. "I actually don't have a drivers license," Dani said. "My favorite thing about Hawai’i has been the public transportation. Back in New York, it's very chaotic but here it's more my speed. Dani is from is Queens, New York and has lived in Hawai‘i for nine months; she has wanted to move to Hawai’i since 2008. When she isn't busy with school and studying, she likes to binge watch shows. "I just finished watching Trublood," Dani said. "Now I've started watching Living Single; it's such a classic." Dani, a former military member, hopes to graduate from the culinary program and include nutritional training in her career. She wants to show people that they can eat healthily and have delicious meals.

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    Kaitlin Victorino is a first-year student at KCC who plans to major in Liberal Arts - Business Administration. She enjoys drawing and painting, but school responsibilities have limited her time to do so. She has found that bullet journaling is a good substitute and works well as a creative outlet. "Bullet journalling is basically like a planner but without all the structure. You can do whatever you want with it. Lists, budgeting ...," Victorino says. She went to school in the Philippines, where she is originally from, and later came to study in Hawaii. With English being her first language, she says she struggled with some of the social views and how she speaks and understands school subjects in her home country. "I have more role models here [than in the Philippines]," she says.