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A podcast for the modern day Asian American woman hosted by Melody Cheng, Helen Wu, & Janet Wang. It's no secret that Asian women are lacking in almost all media outlets, and those who are present mostly represent the fashion, beauty, or blogging industries. We started ABG as girlfriends while balancing jobs in finance, technology, & media with corporate careers spanning over a decade. Here, we share our experiences and explore topics as 20/30 something Asian American women working, dating, ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Dear Asian Americans is a podcast for and by Asian Americans, focusing on authentic storytelling rooted in origin, identity, and legacy. Host Jerry Won brings on guests from diverse backgrounds and career paths to celebrate, support, and inspire the Asian American community. New episodes air every Tuesday across all major platforms. Instagram: @dearasianamericans
 
A show focused on Asian and Asian-American related films where each episode presents discussions from a variety of angles, both in the micro- & macro-views of Asian American culture and pop culture. We analyze and unpack the what, how, and why these films are worth talking about. Follow on fb.com/ReelAsianPodcast | instagram.com/ReelAsianPodcast Support for this podcast: www.reelasianpodcast.com/support
 
Southern Fried Asian is a new podcast from The Nerds of Color hosted by Keith Chow. Typically, stories about Asian Americans are centered on the experiences of those who grew up on the coasts -- New York, Southern California, the Bay Area -- where communities of different Asian American subgroups have lived for many years. On this podcast, though, we're gonna look at a region of the country that isn't typically associated with these stories and unpack what it means to be Asian American in th ...
 
Spotlighting exceptional Asian men who defy negative stereotypes and sharing their stories. A motivational podcast providing actionable advice for a better life and covering everything from business, sports, fashion, relationships, personal development and everything in between with the Asian American man in mind. This Is For Us. Follow us on instagram www.instagram.com/thisisforuspodcast
 
A show to help Asian-American women find more joy in love, work, and life. With mental health so crucial during these Covid times, let's learn how to live our best lives. Hosted by professional journalist and Stanford grad Alice Chen. Learn more about us @ www.HappyAsianWoman.com and join our Facebook group @ https://bit.ly/38R7rEJ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/happyaw/support
 
Brother-sister duo Noah and Hana Maruyama weave together the voices of survivors to spin narratives out of the seemingly mundane things that gave shape to the incarceration experience: rocks, fences, food, paper. Follow along as they move far beyond the standard Japanese American incarceration 101 and into more intimate and lesser-known corners of this history. Stay tuned--new episodes coming January 6, 2021!
 
A|DECIBELvoices is a new podcast by A|DECIBEL Media, devoted to amplifying Asian American trailblazers front and center—bringing audiences up close and personal with their exceptional contributions. Host Megan Nguyen Rummler interviews Asian American leaders and influencers who are unabashedly pursuing their dreams while boldly redefining what it means to be American.
 
Asian Americans Advancing Justice created Count On Your Census to promote a robust response to our nation’s Decennial Census. Each census response is a piece of a puzzle that, when completed, creates a picture of who we are as Americans, and how best the country’s resources can be shared. It determines how the federal government funds and responds to the specific needs of your family and neighbors like schools, hospitals, roads, and community centers. Count On Your Census answers your questi ...
 
First of All is a real, unfiltered conversation on career, family, love, & modern culture. Your host is actress/director/entrepreneur Minji Chang, who will bring in her friends & special guests from all walks of life to kick back in her virtual living room. Together we will laugh, drop whatever knowledge we have, & speak our truth on weekly featured topics. Get ready for good times & all the feels.
 
Your resource for personal development advice that does not suck. I offer advice on achieving happiness, wealth, performance, and success with data, real stories, history, and science. The info comes from the best in the field, from athletes to billionaires to businessmen to artists to historians to scientists. The knowledge is sourced from the vast amount of books, interviews, videos, documentaries, and other research I’ve consumed.
 
Faithfully Podcast features religion reporter Nicola Menzie and co-hosts in conversation with academics, pastors, activists, artists, and others about how Christianity informs their perspectives on race and culture. We talk politics, Black Lives Matter, Latinx and Asian-American perspectives, the Confederate flag, slavery, hip-hop, racism, and much more.
 
A podcast created for Asian American & Pacific Islander women on leadership and culture. I’ve wanted to carve out a space for AAPI women to explore and validate living in both Eastern and Western worlds. Each week we will celebrate our heritage and highlight our history as we explore our AAPI journeys, parts that we are proud of and those of pain.
 
Formerly known as "The Gaysian Podcast", the Queer Asian Podcast Club is a podcast from the Queer Asian Social Club that aims to create a space in which we can explore the Queer Asian experience. Hosted by the QASC founder Maya Reddy, an American Born Confused Queer Desi, this podcast embarks on conversations with folx both within the Queer Asian community and outside of the community in an effort to empower our stories and experiences and understand the assumptions and attitudes placed upon ...
 
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Intertwining autobiography and ethnography, Clara Han’s touching new book Seeing Like a Child: Inheriting the Korean War (Fordham University Press, 2020) asks how scholarship can be transformed from a child’s perspective. Through a critique of anthropological practices that assume fully formed “I” in its emphasis on self-reflexivity as well as the …
 
In November 2020 we co-hosted a screening with Film Forum of the documentary AGGIE, on the life of philanthropist Agnes Gund, founder of the Art For Justice Fund. Following the screening, we co-hosted a talkback with activists and Art For Justice grantees Adnan Khan and Mahogany Browne, and producer Tanya Selvaratnam, moderated by Rachel Kuo. Today…
 
Innovation strategist, author, and speaker Coonoor Behal joins Jerry on Dear Asian Americans to share about her experience growing up in rural Ohio, her passion for performance, and why she decided to chart her own patch. Check out her work and her upcoming book I QUIT! at www.mindhatchllc.com Meet Coonoor! Coonoor honed her creative problem-solvin…
 
Welcome to Episode 7. In this episode, co-hosts Gen & Ted Lai dive deeper into the American Territories. This is part 2 of 2, covering the histories of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands. They also discuss the Jones Act and its impact on the economies of the U.S. territories. In the last segment, Gen & Ted bring back the What Are We Watching seg…
 
In the wake of a traumatic news event, how do we go about our day? Do we pretend that nothing has happened? Do we spend the day worrying? Join us this week as we explore different ways we can deal with what happened in the Capitol on January 6, 2021. “In the dark times will there also be singing? Yes, there will also be singing, about the dark time…
 
Yo what’s going on guys. Happy New Years Eve. We’re finally done with 2020 and I wanted to jump on here to record a quick year in review podcast episode with you guys as well as talk about what I have planned for 2021. But before we do all that I just wanted to give a huge shoutout and thank you to everyone’s who’s been listening since the beginnin…
 
For the last episode of Season 5 of Rock the Boat, Lucia invites Lynne back on the pod to give an update. Lynne also invites her classmate Hua Qu to come speak about a political topic that has recently been at the forefront due to the pandemic, elections, and trade wars: US, China relations. Tune in for the last episode of the year! ——————————————-…
 
Howard Shih, Research and Policy Director for the Asian American Federation, will be discussing how the COVID-19 pandemic affected 2020 Census operations, deadlines, outreach by community organizations in hard to count neighborhoods, and where we currently are in the tabulation process. What are the next steps for New York City and the Asian Americ…
 
Arden Yum, the founder of The Peahce Project, is joined by her friends Brandon Yau, Katelyn Liu, and Riya Mahtani to talk about the college process and the pressure to attend an Ivy League in Hong Kong versus New York, Brandon's TikTok fame and viral videos as @randyx, and his newest music project, BLAZNS. Follow The Peahce Project on Instagram @th…
 
How can photographing someone at their best empower them to see their everyday self differently? How can you use content creation to build community, i.e., how can expressing your perspective and passion enable you to find people who are eager to support you, to support each other, and to expand your impact? Portrait photographer David Suh takes us…
 
Teen and Jess discuss the events of 1/6 and take a stab at what might be in store for the rest of 2021. Tl; dr -- get that bag, it's gonna be a bumpy ride.This is Part 1 of the episode. Part 2 is available for Plan A patrons at www.patreon.com/planamag. Join the Patreon today!TWITTER:Teen (@mont_jiang)Jess (@cogitatotomato)SUBMISSIONS & COMMENTS:ed…
 
THIS WEEK WE GOT JOEL KIM BOOSTER AND WE’RE SO EXCITED. We talk about Joel’s experience as a queer comedian of color, why Viets love coups, and the Mahjong Line. Plus Fumi gets a new nickname. SUBMIT YOUR PROBLEM TO OUR NEW SEGMENT ‘MISMANAGEMENT CONSULTING” https://forms.gle/ZtNB5VFKQfq6Z64R8 U P C O M I N G E V E N T S ! - RSVP https://linktr.ee/…
 
1 hour of Erica & Emma in a verbal altercation - spitting fighting words In this week's study date, we name personal pet peeves about one another. Will Erica ever drive the speed limit? Is Emma judging you right now? Where is Erica - weren't we supposed to meet at 3pm... or was it 4pm? Emma doesn't remember. Join our study date to witness us in the…
 
It's our Season 2 Premier!!! Hooray! Ray, Renee, and Alan talk about a lowly, obscure indie film -- CRAZY RICH ASIANS. Listen in as they dive into how Crazy Rich Asians redefined Asian representation in Hollywood. Support for this podcast: www.reelasianpodcast.com/support Follow us! www.facebook.com/ReelAsianPodcast | www.instagram.com/ReelAsianPod…
 
Hosts Larissa Lam and Baldwin Chiu aka Only Won discuss their reaction to the Capitol Riot in Washington, DC and take a historical look at various riots in LA as well as anti-Asian mobs and riots in the 1800s and early 1900s. They unpack lessons we can learn and the dangers of mob mentality. Theme Song: "Discovered" by Larissa Lam Outro: "Turn This…
 
Have you ever wondered about the world of energy healing, spiritual mediumship, and psychic powers? We've been curious about this for a while but waiting for the right opportunity - and that happens to be TODAY, ON THIS EPISODE. From questions like "What strengths or weakness does Helen need to be aware of?", "What does Janet need to work on to fin…
 
Filip gets together with Jess to talk about his decision to leave the startup he cofounded: How it compares to working in big tech, what’s wrong with venture-backed startups today, and how Asian Americans can capitalize on the leverage they have to do more meaningful work in the world. Oh, and they shoot the shit on that whole Cyberpunk fiasco, and…
 
In this episode, we talk about everything you never wanted to know about latrines in WWII Japanese American concentration camps. Our research may have gone down the toilet, but we promise this story isn’t all about poop. We’ll look at how incarcerees adapted to extremely adverse conditions and the unique challenges women incarcerees faced, includin…
 
Johnny Lee is the Chef/Owner of Pearl River Deli. Lee is a Los Angeles native whose humble beginnings started at McDonalds to working front of house as a waiter and restaurant manager at a Chinese restaurant in Colorado. His love for the hospitality business grew from these experiences and led him back to LA at the time when food trucks were boomin…
 
Who do you think flew First Class...Rice or Beans? Tune in this week to find out! We'll release episodes of our latest Bible analogies every Wednesday, but you can also join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 10am EST. We're currently meeting online through Zoom! These are just Bible Snacks, if you want the full meal...you've got to tune in on Su…
 
For this episode of Unsupervised Learning, I talked to Richard Hanania of the Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology. Richard is a smart and heterodox thinker whose ideas and opinions are informed by his background as a scholar of political science. He’s not “winging it.” Last fall The Washington Post published his op-ed, Americans hate …
 
This episode is sponsored by alcohol-free Heineken 0.0! We are in the month of January -- a time when most people start experimenting with new habits in an effort to improve themselves. In recent years, it’s become increasingly popular to take a break from alcohol in an effort to reset and experiment with new habits. And here at ABG, we have decide…
 
Toby's life was going great. He was doing amazing, fulfilling work and he had a wonderful, loving family. So when a blood vessel in his brain burst one morning, he didn't see it coming. Almost three years later, he still can't work, he might never fully recover, and his family is still living with the consequences of his stroke. This is a rare and …
 
Q, Elaine, and Gavin discuss chapters 1-5 of Settlers, by J. Sakai. We break down the book’s analysis of America’s white mythos and how it is still directly applicable to current events, such as the MAGA riots at the Capitol last Wednesday. It’s increasingly clear that the settler attitude Sakai described has not changed in 400 years and that conti…
 
Naemo is a Korean pop-up in LA from our Founder and Co-Host Arnold Byun and his chef-partner Ki Kim. We touch on their origin story, their insecurities of working in Japanese and other Michelin starred restaurants to what prompted them to push on with this project. Follow Naemo on Instagram at @naemo.la. Takeout only via Tock: www.exploretock.com/n…
 
First episode of 2021 baby! Fumi was told by a girl that she doesn’t f*ck Asian guys on the last day of 2020! Mic depends on Amazon packages to provide him with a reason to keep living! We talk backlash on Andrew Shulz's Netflix special! And we conclude on a mismanagement consulting segment about how you cannot trust men who have yet to c*m.! SUBMI…
 
Have you ever felt like you weren't good enough? Or that you need to live up to a certain image to the point that you fear you might get "exposed" for your true self? Then you might be suffering from a phenomenon called imposter syndrome! And that's totally normal. Join The Peahce Project's Media Lead Sophie Cheng, Graphic Designer/Illustrator Alec…
 
What have books meant to you, and have you felt represented in books? Maybe you frequented the library every week after school, or you were assigned literature in English class. Maybe you read a book with the Pulitzer Prize - what does it even mean for that book to receive that award, given the publishing industry still has a long way to go with re…
 
Mayly Tao, Owner of DK's Donuts & Bakery + Donut Princess LA, joins Jerry to chat about her childhood growing up the daughter of Cambodian immigrants in the donut business, how she found her way back into that business, and what she has done to improve and expand upon the legacy started by her Uncle Ted. Check out The Donut King Movie at www.DonutK…
 
On this episode, we discuss our December 2020 book club pick, When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon. A YA Rom Com about Dimple Shah and Rishi Patel, who meet at an intensive summer program for aspiring app developers. Dimple is there to chase her dreams, and Rishi is there to chase... Dimple! *Support the podcast by purchasing books at our booksho…
 
2021 has FINALLY arrived. 2020 was a long year, and many of us have been waiting for this new year for what feels like ages. 2020 was a uniquely challenging year, one that many of us may not encounter again in this lifetime. Where do we go after a year like 2020? In our last episode we reflected on 2020, and after processing such a heavy year, we a…
 
Can we ever overcome the epistemological barrier to conceptualizing Asian women not as particular cases but as theories, and can women of color academics be heard in this process? This is one of the central questions Laura Hyun Yi Kang grapples with in her groundbreaking book, Traffic in Asian Women (Duke University Press, 2020). Kang, in conversat…
 
Author Kavita Das joins Jafreen Uddin, Executive Director of the Asian American Writers’ Workshop in conversation about her book, Poignant Song: The Life and Music of Lakshmi Shankar. Shankar, who was Grammy-nominated, was the most prominent Indian female musician in the movement that brought Indian music to the West in the late 1960’s. This event,…
 
Jenny Dorsey is a bi-coastal chef, food writer, speaker, and social entrepreneur. Dorsey owns Studio ATAO, a nonprofit community think tank that creates content and experiences at the intersection of food, art and social impact. She started her career as a management consultant in the fashion industry but discovered her true calling in culinary art…
 
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