Emily Hsiao

Emily Hsiao

Independent Producer

Emily Hsiao is an independent radio producer based in Brooklyn. She has dreams of releasing an embroidered audiocomicbook, and is figuring out how to make that a reality.


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While one guy tries make his mark as a man, another tries to erase the mark that represents a life of mistakes and regret, most of it spent in prison.

The Mark of a Man

While one guy tries make his mark as a man, another tries to erase the mark that represents a life of mistakes and regret, most of it spent in prison.

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