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My name is Abhay Dandekar and I share conversations with talented and interesting individuals linked to the global Indian and South Asian community. It’s informal and informative, adding insights and perspective to our evolving cultural expressions, where each person can proudly say “TRUST ME I KNOW WHAT I’m DOING.” New episodes weekly, on Tuesdays/Thursdays. Listen anywhere you get your podcasts, and please rate and review if your enjoying it.
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Don’t Call Me Resilient

The Conversation, Vinita Srivastava, Dannielle Piper, Krish Dineshkumar, Jennifer Moroz, Rehmatullah Sheikh, Kikachi Memeh, Ateqah Khaki, Scott White

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Host Vinita Srivastava dives into conversations with experts and real people to make sense of the news, from an anti-racist perspective. From The Conversation Canada.
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Annyeonghaseyo! We are Grace and Sarah, Asian KDrama fans who love to ask, and hopefully find answers to, all of our (and your) Asian drama questions. We cover everything, from silly topics to sensitive and serious issues that come up as we binge. We'll also share some Korean and Chinese language tips, as well as our experiences as diaspora Asians living in the UK and US. Afternoona Asks ND: Quirky, partly queer and quite late diagnosed, we are the Afternoona Asks ND (neurodivergent) squad - ...
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The Slant Podcast

Dana Tai Soon Burgess

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Introducing The Slant Podcast. Hosted by Dana Tai Soon Burgess, the first choreographer in residence at the Smithsonian, this podcast is an ongoing conversation about art, culture, and belonging in the Asian American experience. Joined by leading voices in the American and International arts, literary, and activism community, this podcast hopes to create a place of generational mentorship, healing, and community—through storytelling.
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Here for a short time, not a tall time. Hosted by @sidthechad and @dr6pac, Short Kings Talk discusses life, fashion, fitness, & culture for the average height (and vertically gifted).
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Asia's standing in the world has changed and it is clear that where the focus was once on how quickly the region would rise, the reality is now all about how Asia will lead. In the Future of Asia Podcast, we invite leaders from across the region to discuss the power, agility and ambition of Asia and to shed light on what kind of leader Asia will be, and what this means for governments and businesses everywhere.
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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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Redefining ABCD is a platform to openly discuss various internal stigmas within the South Asian community through the lens of a hyphenated identity and how we as a collective can “change the conversation” to incorporate more South Asian Pride in our day-to-day lives. With this, Redefining ABCD hopes to bring to light different identities within the South Asian community. https://linktr.ee/redefiningABCD
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The Sassy Asian Times

The Sassy Asian Times

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The unapologetic, sassy, proud Asian Americans you didn’t know you needed. Follow along the journey of two Asian American artists as we talk, discuss, and bring up real topics about the current issues within the Asian American experience.
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Exit Spring Mountain

Nevada Public Radio

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Exit Spring Mountain is a show about the issues facing Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities in Southern Nevada. We explore the impact of history, politics and the economy on AAPI community members, while sharing stories by and for AAPI people.
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Japanese America

Japanese America

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Welcome to "Japanese America," where the Japanese American National Museum unveils captivating stories that add a Nikkei slant to the American narrative. In each episode, we explore the unique experiences, challenges, and triumphs of Japanese Americans, illuminating their rich contributions to the mosaic of American life. From historical milestones to contemporary perspectives, join us for an insightful journey through the curated collection of the Japanese American National Museum, showcasi ...
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What Kind of Asian Are You?

DIASPORA ASIAN PRODUCTIONS

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Tired of not seeing and hearing about Asian stories that reflect your lived experiences in mainstream western media? OR do you want more inspiration and motivation from Asians like yourself? Then, tune in each week to hear conversations with host, Kyle and his awesome Asian guests about being Asian (in the diaspora). Connect with the Podcast on Instagram: @whatkindofasianpod Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whatkindofasian
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Panic: Queer True Crime, a podcast, and youtube channel featuring stories about the life and death of LGBTQ+ people. https://reggiedeepdive.com/queerpanicdive/ A little bit about Panic. I created this true-crime channel to focus on the life and murders of LGBTQ+ people. I called the channel Panic because for much more of the recorded history of LGBTQ+ folks there’s been a panic. By investigating everything from hate crimes to domestic violence murders and serial killers we'll gain insight in ...
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Welcome to Dumpling Confessions (formerly Ricebowl Reflections), the podcast where we dive deep into the unique experiences of growing up as Asian Americans. Join us siblings, along with occasional friends and special guests, as we share heartfelt stories, explore the complexities of Asian mental health, and celebrate the rich tapestry of Asian culture. In each episode, the we offer candid insights into our personal journeys, navigating the delicate balance between East and West. Dumpling Co ...
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LEAVE YOUR SHOES AT THE DOOR is a podcast where we talk about culture, stories, current events, and more through the Asian-American experience. Our mission is to share the stories of our friends, family, and community, so you can be a part of our extraordinary conversations with ordinary people. Tune in and don’t forget to leave your shoes at the door.
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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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Rice for Breakfast is a podcast about Asian Americans in Pop Culture. Each week I, Ian de Borja, will have a conversation with an Asian American who helps create the unique landscape of popular culture.
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Queer Asian Podcast Club

Queer Asian Social Club

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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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Feeling world weary? Disheartened by politics? Enraged by racism? In MIND YOUR MARGINS, Michelle Myers draws on her experience as a professor, activist, and poet to foster a space for listeners where it’s humanly possible to make humanity possible. Each episode, Michelle discusses topics with a focus on marginalized identities. She also encourages healthy ways to manage anxiety and anger as well as emphasizes the importance of practicing daily affirmations of personal acceptance, healing, an ...
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Celebrating and redefining Asian American identity through interviews with business owners, entertainers, creatives and extraordinary people about self discovery, overcoming obstacles, and personal and professional achievements.
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Podlovers Asia is made to cover the Asian podcasting scene! The episodes range in format, from narrative to interview, and from informative to entertaining! Guests can range from podcasters of various genres to media companies, reporters, you name it. All this to paint a picture of how the industry is booming here! If you're interested in this space, whether you're a budding podcaster, a brand, or an avid listener, you've come to the right place!
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Music is created to be performed, in most cases for an audience, whether in a concert hall, at a street fair or through a radio. But how those listeners receive a piece or style of music influences future music production. This unit explores how audience reception, changing social situations and technology impact musical performance. This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a collection of open educational resources from The Open University. ...
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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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APT 504 is a pop culture driven podcast inspired by the late night conversations Ashley and Emily would have in bed as roommates in APT 504. Each episode, they passionately discuss the latest news in entertainment, imagine the celebrity rich and famous lifestyle, and share their recent social media follows and unfollows.
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We tell Asian America's stories to go beyond being seen. As people of all backgrounds reckon with complex legacies of race, power, culture, and identity and ask themselves, “Where do I stand?” Self Evident presents reported stories and radically open conversations from the everyday Asian Americans who have been confronting this question for generations. Our mission is to empower local communities to share stories and build relationships around the value of self-representation. Self Evident i ...
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The Third Culture is what emerges at the intersection between your culture of origin, and the other cultures by which you’ve been shaped. Beyond Asian is a place for stories of global nomads with Asian roots, brought up in diversity. Together, we explore the interplay of our pasts with our presents, and our relationships with the multiple cultures we move in. These are more than conversations about Asian identity - they’re portraits of whole people - what keeps them up at night, what their h ...
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The Wok is a platform to share and tell stories through the lens of food by Asian and Pacific Islander communities. The team presents narratives, and personal stories to add context to the foods we see and eat everyday. These stories explore identity, family history, and what it means to be part of the AAPI community.
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FakeID Podcast

Maheen Sohail

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Identity is complex, yet hardly anyone talks about it. How come? Join me, as I capture the stories of people around the world, in the hopes to help learn more about my own identity. More info on fakeidpodcast.com
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Welcome to the Culture – follow @wussupjuac, @blazer_ramon & @jonnikuest as they talk current events, Hollywood news, & answer your questions. All while making you laugh hysterically. | Comedy & Pop Culture pod
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Sharing zesty stories to cultivate the happiness and hero within and out. We talk about personal experiences, pop culture and societal impacts. www.gleefultalkshow.com Support the show by buying me a cup of coffee or two! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gleefultalkshow https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=ANQENUPWKT9JS
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Bund to Brooklyn

Lucia Liu, Siyuan Meng

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A podcast hosted by Lucia Liu (host of Rock the Boat) and China Correspondents Caiwei Chen, Kayla He, and Jenny Tang exploring how Asian Americans and Chinese deal with modern issues like dating, identity, mental health, and much more.
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We have brought balance back to the pod! Everyone is back in full swing, and we’re ready to laugh and argue. In this episode we discuss the 2024 solar eclipse; J. Cole vs Kendrick Lamar; Man fakes death to avoid paying child support; Jonathan Majors gets probation; Superman comic sells for $6M!; Robert Downey Jr. would welcome playing Tony Stark ag…
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"Know Your Culture - Indonesia" is an event showcasing Indonesian heritage. It's coming to the Morton Mandan Public Library on Thursday, April 11. ~ Rick Gion joins us for another edition of Prairie Plates. Today he discusses what goes in to making a good burger. He'll also share some burger events from across the state as cooks vie for burger brag…
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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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Gajin Fujita is a graffiti artist whose work transcends boundaries and seamlessly blends the rich tapestry of Japanese tradition with the vibrant energy of Western urban culture. In this episode, Fujita talks about his early days as a graffiti artist in tagging crews like KGB and KIIS and his current status as a major star in LA's downtown art scen…
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Candidates respond to questions related to the Asian and Pacific Islander communities in the city. This event was recorded on Saturday, March 16 at Northwood Elementary School and was edited for broadcast length. NOTE: Bill Popp is a former chair for Alaska Public Media’s board of directors. LINKS: Asian Alaskan Cultural Center AACC Facebook…
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What's going on 949 FAMILYYY, please welcome DUMBFOUNDEAD for this week's special episode!! It was truly an honor getting to sit down with him and being able to crack jokes and listen to him share his life story for us. You guys don't want to miss this hilarious episode and make sure y'all stay tuned till the end to see if Dumbfoundead approves of …
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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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Finally we're back, with the long awaited part two of our deep dive into Autistic Lan Wangji. "It has been 16 Years....", Well, two months, but we know you've all been at the edge of your seats. We’re finishing our discussion of The Untamed, starring Wang Yibo (王一博) and Xiao Zhan (肖战). It’s one of the most watched series in Asian television history…
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Hosts Michelle Malizaki and Koji Steven Sakai delve into the history of the Manzanar pilgrimage. They discuss its historical significance, personal connections, and the necessity of education to prevent similar injustices. If you’re interested in joining this year’s pilgrimage, here is a link for more information: https://manzanarcommittee.org/2024…
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Join host Dana Tai Soon Burgess in an enchanting conversation as he welcomes the dynamic father-daughter duo, Jon Jon and Isa Briones, to the SLANT podcast stage. Fresh off their enthralling performances in the Tony-award winning Broadway musical Hadestown, Jon Jon and Isa share insights into their acting journey. Jon Jon Briones, known for his cap…
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In next Sunday's episode of "WHY? Philosophical Discussions About Everyday Life" UND philosophy professor Jack Weinstein visits with former FBI Agent Luke William Hunt on the topic of "Police and the Ethics of Lying." Today we explore that topic with Jack. ~~~ News director Dave Thompson updates us on the week in news, including developments in the…
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Around the world, people are being forced to leave their homes in droves. We are seeing it happen in Gaza, as Israeli forces continue to wage war. And in Sudan, which has also been wracked by war. Then there are the people fleeing political or economic strife - like those living in Haiti, or Venezuela. Canada has various refugee programs designed t…
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Zarrar Khan is an award-winning Pakistani-Canadian filmmaker. Born in Karachi and currently based out of Toronto, Zahra’s works have been screened and awarded in over 100 festivals, including TIFF, Bocarno, and BFI London. In Flames, his genre-bending feature directorial debut, premiered at the 76th Cannes Film Festival as part of the Director's Fo…
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We do be spending way too much money (relative) online shopping. Follow Us! All links can be found on our site: https://www.shortkingstalk.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/shortkingstalk/?hl=en TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@shortkingstalk Twitter: https://twitter.com/shortkingstalk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shortkingstalk Follow Sid IG:…
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In this episode of Larger Than Us, Keerthi and Sneha pick apart the topic of Cancel Culture. They talk about their views of what the umbrella term means, how it sways views and opinions on social media, the implications of the reactionary behavior cancel culture brings, and ways we can be better or better use of the collective mindset. Referenced A…
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Ever found yourself laughing uncontrollably in the middle of a technical glitch? It's just "another day at the office" for us, Sarah and DJ Panic, as we peel back the curtain on Music Elixir's podcast recording shenanigans. Let's cozy up and chat about the endearing mess of mixing work and play, and the refreshing shift towards workplaces that put …
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Stephen Oyoung stands as an accomplished actor, motion capture stunt performer, and voiceover artist, whose versatile skills have left an indelible mark across various entertainment mediums. With a career spanning both the silver screen and the dynamic world of gaming, Stephen has continually captivated audiences with his remarkable performances an…
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Medicare has decided to cover weight loss drugs for patients with heart disease to reduce future health risks, while still not covering obesity medications for chronic weight management alone, a stance the American Diabetes Association hopes to change to better address obesity and diabetes management. ~~~ Former politicians Heidi Heitkamp and Ed Sc…
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Abhay is joined by comedian Nimesh Patel to chat about his latest tour, the journey of his comedy life and everything in between. (0:00 - 2:42) Introduction (2:42) Part 1 - watching comedy, latest tour, structure to his shows (12:53) Part 2 - pre-show routines, when Indians are in the audience, mirrors and windows (26:29) Part 3 - anatomy of a good…
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On a hot summer day, Wang Guiping attended her divorce trial at the Xiqing Peoples Tribunal. Taking an unfaithful spouse to court would, Guiping thought, help her end a hopeless relationship and actualize her lawful rights upon divorce. Later that day, Guiping would find herself betrayed not only by her husband, but by the court system and her own …
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Here are seven cases of stalking, and homophobia in the United States and Sweden, a case of a stepfather's homophobic rage, and an unresolved case of a body in a fish tank. These shorts are taken from the Panic YouTube channel. If you’d like to see any of these shorts please join me at the Panic channel using the link below. Brittany Cosby and Crys…
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In this episode of the Level Asian podcast, we're joined by content creator, Tara Chandra, who peels back the curtains of her life as a fashion and lifestyle influencer. Tara shares how a passion for Tumblr sparked her artistic journey, how she uses fashion to showcase the different parts of her identity and the power of manifesting your wildest dr…
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Hey Zesties! It's been awhile since I've published an episode! I've got some exciting news to share, and I hope you will celebrate it with me! :) Join the zesty community on: Instagram: www.instagram.com/gleefultalkshow Facebook: www.fb.com/gleefultalkshow Visit us: https://linktr.ee/gleefultalkshow Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAq4xOT…
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The release of Beyoncé’s new album, Cowboy Carter, was a much awaited event for a lot of us. There was much anticipation about this being a country album — and a lot of talk about the resistance some radio stations had and still have to that idea. That’s because country music is considered "white music," even though its Black historical roots are w…
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Anu Seghal is a children's author and the founder of The Culture Tree, a cultural literacy and language education company that celebrates South Asian culture. Priya Krishna is a food reporter and video host for the New York Times and the best-selling author of multiple cookbooks, including Indian-Ish and Cooking at Home. Her latest book is Priya's …
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We’re back with more musical chairs! Juac & Kuest hold it down while Dave is away. In this episode we discuss Trump Media losing taking $58M loss; Kanye West is being sued by former employee; Google collects data when using “incognito mode”; Lizzo quits then back tracks; Is Sam Raimi good enough to direct “Avengers: Secret Wars”; Conservative mad f…
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What's going on 949 FAMILYYY, we're back with another banger episode and hopefully you guys are enjoying these long intros where we get to sit down with y'all and update you about what's going on in our lives! Also, to all our viewers who live in the San Jose/NorCal area we will see you guys very soon!! Stay tuned for more updates on the club event…
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Summary: This episode will review the complexities of managing latent tuberculosis within the Congolese community, discussing the critical need for cultural sensitivity and community engagement when addressing latent TB. With insights from Dr. Jean Jacques and host Duncan Reid, we unpack healthcare providers' challenges, from bridging language and …
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Discover the emotional landscapes of Asian music as Sarah and DJ Panic, bring you an episode that promises to enchant your ears and tug at your heartstrings. We kick things off by analyzing V from BTS's "FRI(END)S" a track that swings us back to the '50s with its R&B soul, while capturing the poignant transition from friendship to romance. We also …
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Brought to you by 90% ChatGPT and 10% you guys. Follow Us! All links can be found on our site: https://www.shortkingstalk.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/shortkingstalk/?hl=en TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@shortkingstalk Twitter: https://twitter.com/shortkingstalk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shortkingstalk Follow Sid IG: https://www.inst…
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Based on his new book, this presentation explores the recent history of Chinese immigration within the United States and the fundamental changes in spatial settlement that have relocated many low-skilled Chinese immigrants from New York Citys Chinatown to new immigrant destinations. Using a mixed-method approach over a decade in Chinatown and six d…
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Mic spends the night on the couch. Jenny thinks about forming a cult for the naps. 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.com/asiannotasianpod https://www.instagram.com/nicepantsbro https://www.instagram.com/j…
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In the second installment of our Confucian series, Sarah and Grace dive deep into the 2023 historical drama My Dearest. We discuss what made the drama "so Confucian," different characters and their varying levels of adherence to Confucianism, including our anti-Confucian hero and heroine, and try to clear up the confusing plot points and timeline. …
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In today's episode, we're continuing the conversation we started last week about using forced famine as a tool to control land, resources and people. For centuries, starvation has been effectively used by colonial powers to control populations, to acquire land and the wealth that comes with that. Today, we’re looking at the decimation of Indigenous…
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Abhay is joined by "Master Pastelist", artist Sangita Phadke for a conversation about her journey in art, her work with still life and realism, and the storytelling from both sides of her paintings. (0:00 - 2:26) Introduction (2:26) Part 1 - first memory of artistic expressions, being self-taught, the "eye" for art (16:52) Part 2 - realism, being a…
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The man is BACK! Jonni Kuest returns and we’re to bring you misinformation! In this episode we discuss Diddy’s properties being raided for alleged trafficking; A cargo ship crashes into a bridge in Baltimore; Meagan Hall settles out of court for $500k; Woman arrested for removing squatters off of her property; Happy Gilmore 2 in production at Netfl…
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What's going on 949 FAMILYYY, we have a lot of life updates for you in this week's episode so make sure guys stay tuned till the end! On another note, we're planning to throw a club event out in the bay very soon so let us know your favorite clubs to party at in the San Jose/San Francisco area!! Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE and make sure to leave ques…
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We talk about kids, even though we don't have any. Coaches don't play. Follow Us! All links can be found on our site: https://www.shortkingstalk.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/shortkingstalk/?hl=en TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@shortkingstalk Twitter: https://twitter.com/shortkingstalk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shortkingstalk Follow S…
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We have a tradition that's become the highlight of our birthdays: exchanging quirky, one-of-a-kind gifts that celebrate our friendship. This episode wraps up warmth and nostalgia as we unwrap treasures like a bento box kerchief and origami crane earrings, laughing about how they're so us. But it's not just about the gifts; a run-in with Paco, the c…
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From cut fruit as a love language in Asian households to being the only POC in the Coles boardroom, this was such fruitful convo that is guaranteed to leave you feeling so good! Thanh is a produce expert, wholesale fruiterer & absolute legend in the fruit & veg media scene. We're SO excited to share with ya'll this upbeat episode! In this episode w…
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