Welcome to djchuang.com. This is my personal website and blog where I’ve been blogging since 1999. I love to find and share interesting things, which include an eclectic mix of Asian American and multiethnic, generosity, mental health & shamelife and faith, social media and internet, and some other random topics.

This website is most inviting to those with a healthy curiosity. For those who are looking for “what’s in it for me”, not so much. Please do send me a note if you like what you see.

I’d love to connect with you!


My name is DJ Chuang, and I work as a freelance strategy consultant. With over 20 years of experience working with individuals and organizations, I bring together ideas, resources, and connections that help you find breakthrough in your specific context using the newest innovations, web technologies, and social media. I have a particular interest in working with multi-Asian (Asian-American and multi-ethnic) communities, and coordinating effective virtual teamwork in multiple locations. Contact me to discuss how I can help you with developing breakthrough solutions, web & social media strategy, speaking and training.


DJ Chuang is a strategy consultant, currently working with the .BIBLE Registry, a new top-level domain for all things Bible. He’s worked with organizations like American Bible SocietyWorship Leader Magazine,  Leadership Network and with L2 Foundation developing leadership & legacy for Asian Americans. He authored the book, MultiAsian.Church: A Future for Asian Americans in a Multiethnic World. He is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary and Virginia Tech. He has been blogging at his personal website [djchuang.com] since 1999, curating many links to resources pertaining to churches multiethnic and/or Asian American. He resides in Orange County, California, with his artistic wife Rachelle, and their adulting son Jeremiah. Lastly, DJ’s often spotted wearing orange at conferences.

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