hbonbon’s founder, Lynn Dangtu, is a multi-talented, multicultural, and tri-lingual strategist, researcher, and entrepreneur who graduated from the University of Southern California (USC) with BS and MBA degrees. Daughter of a diplomat, she has traveled the world and lived in Vietnam, South Korea, Germany, and France. She now resides in the United States.
She began her career at Toyota Motor Sales USA in corporate logistics, market research, and strategic planning. After she left Toyota, she founded Economic Business Development, Inc. and made history for wining a multi-million-dollar investment from the US Department of Commerce to help small businesses grow. For more than a decade, she had been a small business advocate and provided a single voice to shape economic and public policy. Dangtu had served as board member of various nonprofit organizations and President of the Asian Business Association of Orange County, California. She received numerous awards and recognition from the federal and state governments as well as national business associations for her work and achievements.
In 2012, Dangtu began studying food supply and factors that cause health problems when her health started declining and three of her family members were diagnosed with cancer. Consequently, she founded Ahbonbon LLC to help people live a healthy life through its publication and resources.
In 2021, Ahbonbon added a podcast channel, which provides critical information that affects everyday life. The channel helps consumers make more informed choices, whether it is shopping, eating, or addressing their health issues.
Ahbonbon Lifestyle mini pocket books are easy-to-read. They are based on valid facts from reliable news sources and peer-reviewed research projects. Ahbonbon books focus on global developments that affect everyday life, health, and fitness. Our work saves readers time from reviewing and sorting through thousands of news and data resources. We donate a percentage of our book sale proceeds to charity.
Ahbonbon has been featured on major television networks, national syndicated radio talk shows, and in more than a dozen magazines and newspapers nationwide.