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Freedom Ahn

Journalist

Windsor, Ontario / Detroit, Michigan

Freedom Ahn

Finance. Technology. Japan. Fintech. Cryptocurrency. Blockchain. P2P. C-Suite. Careers. Remittances. Business & Tech In Asia.

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Bitcoin – A Parallel Monetary Universe

You’ve most likely heard the name and maybe some of you have used Bitcoin. But what is it, really? Bitcoin is described by people who understand it as the first example of a growing category of digital money known as cryptocurrency, of which Bitcoin is by far the largest. It’s a different animal, a unique form of digital money (no bills nor coins) created and held electronically, and accessed via a computer or smart phone.
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10 Steps To Successfully Starting An Ecommerce Business

If you’ve ever wanted to be your own boss, starting an ecommerce business might just be the answer you’ve been looking for. Whether you purchase a ready-made store-in-a-box, add a storefront to your existing blog, or set yourself up on an existing marketplace such as eBay, Amazon, or Etsy, you can have your own shop in a matter of minutes.
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Can Hong Kong Rekindle the Fire?

In its evolution from sleepy fishing village to British-ruled port to mainland China gateway, Hong Kong's future has always been shrouded in uncertainty. Ever attuned to the shifting tides of regional politics, East-meets-West culture, and global business, this resilient city has defied predictions of its decline by adapting—and thriving.
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#FlySafe: Regulations Governing The Drone Industry

They may have started out as military tools but Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), RPAS (Remotely Piloted Aerial Systems) or Drones, as they’re commonly called, are turning up everywhere. Real estate agencies frequently use drones to get stunning, aerial shots of properties they have been enlisted to sell. Drones can play a life-saving role in search and rescue or surveillance maneuvers, and don’t forget recreational activities like drone racing!
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The four levels of disruption that can get you kicked off a flight in Canada

According to Transport Canada, there are four levels of disruption that will get you kicked off your next flight. Minor incidents, things like inappropriate language, which can be easily handled by the in-flight crew are ranked at Level 1. And just like your planned trip to Vegas, what happens at Level 1 stays at Level 1.
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Workplace privacy: Five things that will make IT start monitoring your work computer

The IT department can be your greatest ally – or they can be your worst enemy. Most of us use computers at some point during our jobs. Even in manual labour jobs are not exempt from having to file the occasional reports or send emails to superiors. Many fail to realize there is a server logging every single keystroke you type or link you click.
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Whiskey Barrels And Steel: Original Grain Watches

In a unique synergy of fashion and tradition combining reclaimed oak whiskey barrels and steel, Original Grain has created one of the hottest new watches on the market. It might seem like an obvious pairing, but it took until 2013 for someone to take this idea to market. While wooden watches are nothing new, Ryan and Andrew Beltran – two brothers from US’s Pacific Northwest – were the first to combine whiskey barrels and exotic woods.
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Does the Amazon Echo Look have a built-in security risk?

Amazon has just announced its newest addition to Echo family: Echo Look, a cutting edge device that doubles as your BFCF (best-fashion-conscious-friend). Echo Look responds to voice commands, just like the original Echo. You can use it to play songs, list news headlines, play trivia. It also still has full Alexa functionality.
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Building an Advisory Board: A Young Tech Company’s Wish List

Building an advisory board for an early-stage tech company means finding people who bring expertise, knowledge and assistance with decision-making. If you’re someone leading a business, it’s critical you understand how to do so. Tech companies should look for advisers with skills and experience the founders lack.
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8 Awesome Affiliate Marketing Tips You Oughta Know

Dreaming of making six figures from the comfort of your home? These seven affiliate marketing tips will show you how to do just that—so stay in your pajamas and brew another cup of coffee. You might be thinking, “Home, pajamas, coffee? Sounds like the easy life!”. Well, if it were all that easy, then wouldn’t everyone be doing it?
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The Ultimate Guide to Starting A Blog Part 1: The Basics

Starting a blog doesn’t have to be a difficult experience. In this series, we’ll take a look at everything you need to know to start and run a successful blog. Congratulations! You’ve decided to start a blog. Break out the bubbly! Okay, now it’s time to get serious and get down to business. When starting a blog, making a wise platform choice at the beginning can save you countless hours of work later on.
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Starting a blog is an ideal way to promote yourself and your business. It can also be remarkably rewarding on a personal, and financial level. In the first part of this series about starting a blog, we looked at the ways to get started blogging: how to choose your platform and set things up. Now that you’ve got the basics down and mastered, it’s time to start growing your blog into something big.
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About

Freedom Ahn

Freedom Ahn Chevalier is a cultural anthropologist (practical) and journalist specializing in traditional and contemporary Japanese culture and society. She has extensive experience working with domestic and international businesses, trade, digital, & print media publications covering a wide array of topics including business, finance, culture, politics, environment, conservation, and more.

She has written about technologies such as drones, crypto-, digital, & virtual currency, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, cyber security, and more.

She is also the founder and senior copywriter at WriteAhn - a B2B and B2C digital marketing agency whose specialties include business operations, human resources, finance, C-suite recruiting, talent management, productivity, and workforce issues, venture capital, mergers & acquisitions, private equity transactions, tax issues, investor relations, recruiting.

Freedom has been all over the world in publications including The Independent, Huffington Post, The Telegraph (UK), The Chicago Sun-Times, The Los Angeles Times, and The Jerusalem Post to name just a few.

She is the daughter of a French chef and has a keen interest in food, with several of her original recipes winning national and international awards.

She resides a few minutes south of Detroit, Michigan with her husband, their three Japanese dogs, and four French cats.

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Skills

  • East Asia
  • Korean Culture
  • Japanese Culture
  • Journalism