Hi, I’m Daniel De Biasi, and I’m fascinated by people who achieved incredible things. In this podcast, I want to share with you stories of people who emigrate and re-start their life in a new country.
I invite you to join me as I explore emigrant’s stories. We would dive deep into how they did it, what reasons pushed them to leave their life behind, what challenges they faced, and what they managed to accomplish.
I left Italy at 27, moved to the opposite side of the world, New Zealand, and then to Canada. If you have emigrated or thinking of doing it, or just curious about other people’s stories, this is the podcast for you.
Leaving Poland when she was only fourteen years old, Joanna grew up in an environment where she got required to adjust massively. Besides the culture shock, integrating into the new country as a teenager was very tough for Joanna.
Emigrating with someone exposes you to various circumstances that will test your relationship’s foundation. It’s tough yet exciting to imagine a new chapter of your life with someone you love.
Jamie is the author of the book, The Role of Resiliency in a Global Lifestyle. She describes resiliency as a character trait that allows an individual to overcome challenges and rise from adversities.
Borjana is originally from Sarajevo, Bosnia. In one night, her life totally changed when war broke out in her country. Being a refugee was huge unbelief for Borjana, who was 17 at the time of war.
Rafael is originally from Brazil and decided to go to New Zealand for a year to learn English for better opportunities in his country.
Ashlee is originally from the United States. In her early 20s, she decided that she wanted to move to a new country to start fresh without her family’s pressure.
Being a student abroad is a big challenge, but our guest Mo has proved that nothing is impossible. Not only did he was able to study overseas, but Mo also got accepted at Oxford University!