Some people put their life into sports, even if they aren’t necessarily involved with the industry. Why is that the case? What is so compelling about sports that people will fly across the world or sacrifice giant portions of their day/week/month to watch it? We try to answer that question as best as we can, with the help of a sports fanatic, Mike Dorsey.
Imagine having a unique sensory trait. The ability to touch an object with your hands, and automatically know what that object tastes like. Sounds like something that you would only hear about in a movie or TV show right? Well, not to Cooper McClain, a tax accountant from San Francisco. To him, it’s an everyday reality. And that’s exactly what we’ll be going over in this week’s episode of Lights On.
This is the intriguing story of Alex Pham, a 24 year old Vietnamese American UCLA grad, who decided one day, to go on a study abroad trip, which ultimately lead him down a path he never expected.