Our guest on this episode of the Other Expats podcast is Faith Gotora, a ticketing agent at an airline in Kuala Lumpur and owner of Wigs by Fay, a wigs, hair extensions, and hair accessories shop.

You can find Wigs by Fay on the website here and the IG here.

Stuff we talked about

2.10 – Passion for making people look nice

5.14 – Malaysian food gets another upvote

5.45 – It takes a while for locals to open up to foreigners

6.45 – Companies make a show of being inclusive without being so

7.30 – Black employees have to work many times harder to even get promoted

12.00 – People are not so open to talking to/approaching Black employees

13.40 – Everything is easier when you’re working from home

18.30 – Malaysia is a great place for someone who wants to just work

This episode of the Other Expats podcast was produced by Chukwudi Barrah. The intro soundtrack is by Big Mean Sound Machine edited by Small Room Productions. Subscribe to the Other Expats podcast on Apple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotifyOvercastPocket Casts, and Anchor, and sign up for our monthly newsletters otherexpats.com/subscribe. You can also connect with us and let us know how you feel on FacebookTwitterInstagram, and LinkedIn, or send us an email via hello @ otherexpats.com.

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