For a significant portion of the United States population, the American Dream stands as a beacon of hope and opportunity. Defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as "the belief that America offers the opportunity to everyone of a good and successful life achieved through hard work," this dream, however, can be a complex reality for immigrants. The journey towards achieving the American Dream is often marred by barriers and complications. Immigrants face pressures to conform to the idealized image of an "immigrant success" story, which can sometimes contradict the communal values deeply rooted in their cultural backgrounds. In S6E22, Hạ engages in a thoughtful conversation with guests Ludovica Farese and Merry Joseph, exploring the myths and intricacies of the American Dream, and how they navigate these challenges and redefine the American Dream to align with their unique narratives and experiences.