Posts tagged Zero Kazama
Does Money Equal Success?

A couple years ago, I woke up in my car behind a laundromat in Humboldt county. I’ve had been living out of it for several weeks and I couldn’t be happier. No job or home, half-starved and sleep deprived, yet I had found what I was looking for. This felt like the success in life I never attained in Los Angeles, no matter how many jobs I booked or where I lived.

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How Nature Saved My Life

I looked down the cliff face at the rocks below, having just finished work on a big budget film in Hawaii. Life had self-destructed in a whirlwind of chaos that left me with no place of my own and no funds to start anywhere else. After being given what most would view as a “blessing”, nothing about how I felt had changed, and my abysmal perspective on life only worsened. 

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Myths and Media Perception of Muslims

“All Muslims should be wiped out,” a friend of mine says while we discuss the recent events unfolding around ISIS. 

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Zero Kazama Ending the War of Being Right

What kind of world would we live in if our need for being right was less than the need to be happy? Advisory Councillor Zero Kazama looks into how we can start to appreciate our sense of right and wrong.

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Actor Zero Kazama joins Advisory Council

We are pleased to announce Zero Kazama as part of the latest addition to the Grassroot Diplomat Advisory Council. Zero is a Hawaii-raised Japanese-American actor, producer and stuntman most recognised for his role as the host of MTV’s hit show Silent Library and Spike TV’s Deadliest Warrior

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