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AsianBossGirl

Melody, Helen, and Janet

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Melody Cheng, Helen Wu-Wang, and Janet Wang are the co-creators of AsianBossGirl, a multimedia company for the modern day Asian-American woman. AsianBossGirl was founded to share their experiences as 9-to-5 professional working women, balancing careers, social lives, cultural identities, and personal development while living in the city of Los Angeles. What started as a passion project podcast has turned into a multi-media business that they now run full-time. On their platforms, you’ll find ...
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Foretold

Los Angeles Times

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Paulina Stevens grew up in an insular Romani American family, destined to leave school, marry young, and become a fortuneteller. By 17, her fate was sealed — until she decided to leave it all behind. "Foretold" follows Paulina as she navigates the consequences of her decision to leave her community and redefine her identity. Hosted by Los Angeles Times reporter Faith Pinho, "Foretold" will take you past the neon "psychic" signs and trendy tarot cards to unravel myths and stereotypes that hav ...
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Level: Asian

Level: Asian Podcast

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A weekly podcast focused on showcasing and sharing Asian Australian success, and the stories, experiences and strategies that helped them get there. Bamboo ceiling? Let's build our own house. Enjoy the podcast? Leave us a 5-star rating!
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The Asian Review of Books is the only dedicated pan-Asian book review publication. Widely quoted, referenced, republished by leading publications in Asian and beyond and with an archive of more than two thousand book reviews, the ARB also features long-format essays by leading Asian writers and thinkers, excerpts from newly-published books and reviews of arts and culture. Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/asian-review
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A podcast where we chat about Asian pop culture: films, tv shows, cartoons, video games, comics, books, food… whatever we’re feeling on the day, really. A little bit of news, a little bit of analysis, but a whole lot of fun. New episodes every Monday!
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Synopsis: Every week, get our distinct take on global issues with an Asian perspective, with ST’s correspondents in the Asia-Pacific, the US and Europe. Produced by podcast editor Ernest Luis, The Straits Times, SPH Media Trust.
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A show where we aim to illuminate and elevate Asian culture and creators! New episodes every Wednesday! Tune in each week as Curtis and friends discuss ways that Asian creators and Asian culture make our lives more interesting. Email us at: infatuasianpodcast@gmail.com and follow us on Facebook or Instagram @infatuasianpodcast
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A comedy podcast hosted by a couple Asian American millennial best friends. We have fun chatting about what it means to be Asian including what's trending in relevant Asian news, society, culture, lifestyle, comedy, movies, entertainment, and everything else in between. New episodes every Thursday. ► Visit www.WorstAsianPod.com ► Follow us @WorstAsianPod on every social media app ► Consider supporting our premium subscription content on Apple Podcasts and Spotify
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Asian Pacific Voices Radio is a cultural, entertaining and educational podcast series featuring stimulating conversations that explore diverse topics & stories impacting the Asian and Pacific Islander communities in the US.
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Asian American History 101 is a fun, family-friendly, and informative podcast co-hosted by Gen and Ted Lai, the daughter and father team. The podcast will entertain and educate people as Gen and Ted dive into the vast history of Asian Pacific Americans from the struggles they faced to their contributions and triumphs. And sometimes we cover topics of the Asian Pacific Diaspora globally.
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Ghost Maps follows a mysterious narrator as he chronicles the supernatural in Singapore and around Southeast Asia. Inspired by stories generously shared by real people. Subscribe to us, and follow us on Facebook and Instagram at @wearehantu.New episodes on 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month. For advertising opportunities please reach out @ www.hantu.sg/contact Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Saturday School Podcast

Saturday School Podcast

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Wake up! Saturday School is a podcast where Brian Hu (@husbrian) and Ada Tseng (@adatseng) teach your unwilling children about Asian American pop culture history. New episodes released Saturdays at 8am, when all your friends are still in bed watching cartoons. It'll be a blast from the past, as they dig up some of their favorite works they've come across covering Asian American arts & entertainment over the years -- and discover other gems for the first time. Saturday School is a proud found ...
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A solid hour of Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi music, contemporary and classic tracks, blended to give listeners with and without South Asian languages for a mother tongue a compelling listening experience. Local news and a relevant, local events calendar rounds out the program.
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Books and Boba

Potluck Podcast Collective

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Books & Boba is a book club dedicated to books written by Asian and Asian American authors. We cover a wide range of genres including contemporary, historical fiction, sci-fi, fantasy, YA, nonfiction, thrillers, graphic novels, and memoirs.
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From Mediacorp and 1 Up Media, Heinous - An Asian True Crime Podcast is a revived look at the most heinous crimes that happened across Asia. Every Tuesday, tune in as we dig into the key events of the crime, the mindset of the criminals, and the human circumstances that led to their heinous actions. To stay up to date on the podcast, you can visit our website or through our socials (IG, TikTok) @heinous_1upmedia.
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Cosy up with Rox and Jules as they chat about a range of topics such as careers, relationships, mental health, and more! What started from a zoom call to chat about their careers, quickly turned into realising they had similar dreams of starting a podcast. Sharing and discovering real stories from their Korean and Chinese Australian experience, this podcast is about two new friends learning about each other as much as it's about learning about themselves. You can also find them on Insta & YT ...
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Canadian Asian Missional Podcast

Shu-Ling Lee / Bernard Tam / Xenia Chan / Jon Nip - Canadian Asian Pastors

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A monthly podcast discussing all things related to being Canadian and Asian and joining God in His mission to renew and restore all things in this world through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
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The podcast you wish you had growing up. Our hosts, Abi, Eden, Isabel, Meghna, and Naina, and our guests, explore the funny, insightful, and awkward experiences of what it means to be of Asian descent. With the lack of representation in media, it's important that we support one another, bring awareness, and be at the forefront of change. We are entirely volunteer-run and wouldn't be possible without the help of our amazing team based all over the world. If you have ideas, want to join our or ...
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AAWW Radio is the podcast of the Asian American Writers' Workshop, an NYC literary arts space at the intersection of migration, race, and social justice. Listen to AAWW Radio and you’ll hear selected audio from our current and past events, as well as occasional original episodes. We’ve hosted established writers like Claudia Rankine, Maxine Hong Kingston, Roxane Gay, Amitav Ghosh, Ocean Vuong, Solmaz Sharif, and Jenny Zhang. Our events are intimate and intellectual, quirky yet curated, and d ...
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ANI Podcast with Smita Prakash

Asian News International (ANI)

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ANI Podcast with Smita Prakash gets eminent people from different walks of life to talk about issues that impact you and society at large. Join Smita Prakash as she brings important voices from the field of politics, sports, entertainment, and lifestyle. Dive in for a great listening experience brought to you by India’s largest news agency.
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The Asian Game is a podcast dedicated to telling the stories and sharing the history of the beautiful game in Asia - from Jordan to Japan, Korea to Kuwait and everywhere in between. ​ With stories, analysis, insights and interviews with players, coaches and the key individuals in the game, The Asian Game will take you inside the game in Asia like never before.
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Center for Asian American Christianity

The Center for Asian American Christianity at PTS

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The Center for Asian American Christianity is a thought leader in the areas of Asian American theology and ministry. We curate a forward-thinking conversation about the issues confronting Asian American churches at ltiaa.com Learn more about the Center for Asian American Christianity at https://www.ptsem.edu/academics/center-for-asian-american-christianity
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Tuckered Out with Ami Thakkar

Ami Thakkar Raval: Podcaster and Writer

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A podcast interviewing South Asian trailblazers, experts, and prominent voices around the world. We discuss the messiness of growing up brown, have honest conversations about personal and professional journeys, talk about projects that currently fulfill our souls, and discuss topics we could never talk about in front of those aunties we grew up with. Uncle jokes included.
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In this colorful book, historian Sudev Sheth traces how a family of diamond dealers deployed wealth to play off political leaders and survive the collapse of the Mughal Empire. The story highlights the unique role played by Jain and Hindu bankers in the daily affairs of Islamic, Hindu, and early colonial forms of Indian government. Bankrolling Empi…
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We headed back to our favorite KPOP store, SarangHello, here in San Francisco to have some fun on a Friday night! We had a Trivia Night with about 30 of our listeners and friends! It was lots of laughs, a few tense moments, but in the end, I think everyone left a winner! Special thanks to Chesca, Pip, (and Kevin in absentia) for hosting us and prov…
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Christy Innouvong Thornton is a dynamic force at the intersection of culture, entrepreneurship, and community advocacy. A proud Lao Isan American, Christy's journey is deeply rooted in her unwavering connection to her Southeast Asian heritage. Driven by a profound passion for sharing the rich tapestry of traditions, flavors, and stories from Laos a…
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After an arduous journey to Bishkek for the first leg of the AFC Cup Inter-Zone Final against Abdysh-Ata, Central Coast Mariners are looking to become the first Australian club to reach the AFC Cup final. Flying the flag for Southeast Asia as the ASEAN Zone champions, the Mariners are hot favourites ahead of the return leg in Gosford. Ryan Walters …
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In this episode, host Justin Hong interviews former D1 college football player Justin Yoon. During the episode, Justin talks about growing up in Korea and Tennessee as well as playing sports in his childhood (2:52), how he first got started playing football (8:06), and when he started pursuing football as his primary sport (12:34). He gives us an i…
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In the sweltering June of 2012, a sister finds a chilling message on her 11-year-old brother's phone, igniting a series of events that will stun Singapore. Part 1: Meet Yap Weng Wah, the unassuming engineer who would become infamous for preying on over 30 boys. Part 2: Step into the crime scene and track the relentless pursuit that brought Yap to j…
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Everyone looks forward to the weekend, but how often do you end up feeling more tired on Sunday night than when you started on Friday? In this episode, we dive into how to make your weekends more enjoyable, relaxing, and ultimately rejuvenating. Whether you’re dealing with a hectic schedule or just trying to find time for yourself, we’ve got the ti…
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In Seeking a Future for the Past: Space, Power, and Heritage in a Chinese City (U Michigan Press, 2024), Philipp Demgenski examines the complexities and changing sociopolitical dynamics of urban renewal in contemporary China. Drawing on ten years of ethnographic fieldwork in the northeastern Chinese city of Qingdao, the book tells the story of the …
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Chinatown has a long history in Boston. Though little documented, it represents the city's most sustained neighborhood effort to survive during eras of hostility and urban transformation. It has been wounded and transformed, slowly ceding ground; at the same time, its residents and organizations have gained a more prominent voice over their communi…
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Welcome to Season 4, Episode 17! This is the next installment in our series on ethnic enclaves that have disappeared. Today we’re here to talk about The History of the Hawaiian Settlement of Iosepa, Utah. It was predominantly Hawaiian, but there were others from the Pacific Islands as well. Established in 1889 in Skull Valley, Utah, it was a place …
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Transportation biosecurity is paramount for safeguarding the health and safety of livestock and poultry during transit. It involves implementing measures to prevent the introduction and spread of infectious diseases among animals and into farms. Yet, it frequently gets overlooked within biosecurity initiatives. Mike Button, a global consultant in v…
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In this episode of the Level: Asian podcast, we unpack the housing and cost of living crisis. We begin by sharing how recent increases in rent, interest rates and groceries have impacted us personally and how we’ve changed our spending habits to adjust. The crew also discusses the challenges different generations face when it comes to wealth buildi…
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Newton Cheng is the Director of Health + Performance at Google. He's a husband, a dad, and a champion powerlifter. From all appearances, he was doing great. Even better than great! But he was privately struggling with depression and burnout. It took his decision one day to take off his mask and openly talk about his struggles to set him on a course…
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So good we had to return immediately to John Woo’s sweaty gangster tragi-ballad, A Better Tomorrow II, to revel in the blood soaked ballet that inspired so many films (ahem, reservoir dogs). Cobbled together a year after Woo’s original 1986 smash hit, A Better Tomorrow II brings back Chow Yun Fat (but of course!), Ti Lung and Leslie Cheung, but als…
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In Cambodia, the government and civil society organisations have paid significant attention to Gender-based Violence and Harassment, within both the domestic sphere and, increasingly, in the workplace context. A major driver behind this increased scrutiny of GBVH issues is the presence of international donors in Cambodia, and an expectation that in…
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Yes, Ben is generally an angry person. But is that really his fault? Or should he blame it on his Korean Han 한 . It's a feeling of sorrow and anger that's shared among generations of Korean people. Ben did a lot of research for this episode so you better tune in. Lingjie has an angry wife. Ben gets food poisoning. Come listen to The Worst Asian Pod…
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Deng Xiaoping’s 1992 Southern Tour has become a milestone in Chinese economic history. Historians and commentators credit Deng’s visit to Guangzhou Province for reinvigorating China’s market reforms in the years following 1989—leading to the Chinese economic powerhouse we see today. Journalist Jonathan Chatwin follows Deng’s journey in The Southern…
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In this week's episode we talk about Coachella, the possible return of Durarara! and Baccano, an upcoming TMNT movie, Robot Dreams and Exuma. We also review Late Night with the Devil, a recent horror from Australian writer and directors Cameron and Colin Cairnes, starring David Dastmalchian. Is it possible for something to be middle-of-the-road but…
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This is a session in the series Dialogues in Asian American Theology and Ministry, recorded on November 7, 2023. Description: Two authors of the Asian American discipleship book Learning Our Names further develop the themes of their chapters as they’ve engaged with readers and furthered their studies. Being Asian American for most of us means there…
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Get ready for a travel-packed episode. We spill the soup on some travel tips, share the feels of returning to our roots, and chat about why some trips feel more like a second home than a holiday. Tune in for our most memorable adventure stories — and thanks for listening to us, both long-time and new listeners ❤️. Hope you enjoy another catch-up wi…
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Jenny is joined by comedian and actress Maya Deshmukh (HBO's "The Other Two, AzN POP) to talk about being a new mom while in the confines of a global economic house fire. C O M E S E E U S L I V E https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hack-city-comedy-with-mic-nguyen-and-jenny-arimoto-tickets-859512183077?aff=erelexpmlt F O L L O W U S https://www.instagram…
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Hong Kong was a key battlefield in Asia's cultural cold war. After 1948-1949, an influx of filmmakers, writers, and intellectuals from mainland China transformed British Hong Kong into a hub for mass entertainment and popular publications. Hong Kong Media and Asia's Cold War discusses how Communist China, Nationalist Taiwan, and the U.S. fought to …
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Teddy's back to talk with Kyle and Wayne about spirits in other countries, true crime with a supernatural twist and even haunted sex dolls. ►FIND TEDDY TEO & A BRIEF CASE PODCAST HERE: A Brief Case Podcast Spotify A Brief Case Podcast IG ►THIS EPISODE'S HORROR RECOMMENDATIONS: manicpixiemom TikTok Tender Is The Flesh Book ►DEAD AIR CREDITS: Wayne R…
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Ever had any burning questions you wanted to ask about the LGBTQIA+ experience but were too nervous to? Never fear! Tune in to this episode where all 5 of our co-hosts launch into an open, judgement-free Q & A session about the complexities of queer culture and identity. Join us as we discuss everything from first crushes and queer relationships, t…
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In Episode 36, we conclude our conversation with Garrett Wang. For seven seasons, he starred as Ensign Harry Kim on Star Trek: Voyager. In Part 3 of our interview, Garrett talks about the nuances of cross-cultural casting; negotiating the relative Asian-ness of Harry Kim (how "Asian" is playing the clarinet?); his very first on-camera acting role a…
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Tracks: Song One Diljit Dosanjh Satnam Waheguru Song Two Preet Thind & Deep Jandu MAJAJAN Song Three kamal preet johny beshak main Buddha ho jana Song Four Miss Pooja Shinda Shonki Sone Warga Dil Song Five Manna Dey tu pyaar ka sagar hai Song Six Jonita Gandhi Dil Ka Telephone Song Seven Alka Yagnik /Kumar Sanu Dil Tera Aashiq Song Eight Alka Yagni…
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Jeff and Phil welcome Pawan Dhingra, associate provost and associate dean of the faculty at Amherst College and current president of the Association for Asian American Studies. He talks about the newly minted AAPI Studies program at Amherst -- the first of its kind for liberal arts colleges -- what's behind the seemingly sudden surge of interest in…
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Tan Tam Mei reflects on her time as Thailand correspondent, and looks ahead to how the country could navigate geopolitical and domestic politics. Synopsis: Every first Friday of the month, The Straits Times chats with ST’s correspondents in the Asia-Pacific, the US and Europe, about life as it goes on, amid the screaming headlines and bubbling cris…
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We're joined by boss babe, Brenda Van - founder of Dating Apps Suck - a dating events company that brings together like-minded individuals through connection-building initiatives like mixers, speed dating & most recently, run clubs. Grab that cup of tea or shot of tea-quila and join us as we delve into the culture of modern day dating (Melb vs. Syd…
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Episode one-thirteen will discuss a crime committed by multiple men. Not for revenge, not for money, not for love, but to please a man they looked up to. To support this podcast, please visit here. Facebook/Instagram/Twitter: @asianmadnesspod E-mail: asianmadnesspod@gmail.com Find me online here. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands …
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Episode 99 - Christian Higher Education: In Touch With The Church And The World? How do seminaries and Christian higher education form their students? Are they in touch with the local church and shaping people to engage the world? We reflect on our past and present experiences and consider the role and relevance of these institutions in preparing p…
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