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Downtown Depot - Devin Li

(Kateleigh Mills/KWBU Radio)
Devin Li and Austin Meek outside the KWBU Studios.

In Episode 69 of Downtown Depot, show host Austin Meek interviews Devin Li. 

Li is co-owner of Waco Cha, a mobile boba tea company, and Waco Bao. Li recounts his experience as a young Chinese immigrant living in Texas and why he feels called to build a community through Asian food and drink. 

Before that conversation Meek shines the Small Business Spotlight on Stampede Stills, a custom copper still and furniture company in Hewitt. Meek also learns about tomatoes in The Chef's Corner with Corey McEntyre. 


Show was produced by Kateleigh Mills

Kateleigh joined KWBU in January 2019. She is an Oklahoma native that is making the move to Waco after working as an All Things Considered host and producer at affiliate KOSU Radio in Oklahoma City. She is a former NPR Next Generation Radio Fellow, a Society of Professional Journalists award winner, an Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame recipient for ‘Outstanding Promise in Journalism’ and the Oklahoma Collegiate Media Association’s 2017 recipient for ‘College Newspaper Journalist of the Year.’ After finishing up her journalism degree early she decided to use her first year out of college to make the transition from print media to public radio. She is very excited to have joined KWBU and she is looking forward to all the opportunities it will bring - including providing quality journalism to all Texans.
Austin Meek is an entrepreneur based in Waco, Texas. For his media company, Waco Business News, he documents Waco's economic revitalization and hosts the radio show and podcast, “Downtown Depot,” on 103.3 KWBU-FM. For Pokey O’s Cookies and Ice Cream, a food truck and storefront that he owns and operates with his wife, he serves as Chief Cookie Monster. Additionally, he is developing a retail and entertainment center on Elm Avenue in East Waco. Austin and Julia are proud parents to their daughter, Stevie, age 1.