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What started as the first spoken word show on prime time radio in the Philippines, is now widening its influence to a larger market by reaching out to international shores. Hosted by Spoken Word Artist Kooky Tuason together with Percussionist Marty Tengco, they will both feature Spoken Word acts, as well as tackle topics that keep the mic alive and the community of artists inspired.
 
Olivia Amitrano — founder and creator of Organic Olivia — is leveling up in 2020 with What’s The Juice: a podcast as multifaceted as its listeners. What’s The Juice is an extension of Organic Olivia, which started as a blog but quickly morphed into a fierce community of like minds on a divine path of learning, growing, and healing. Our greatest tools are traditional wisdom, herbal medicine and a brave willingness to explore our own behavior and psychology. Olivia is an herbalist, an entrepre ...
 
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It's Ep.34, and in the hot seat is Gaurav Sachdeva, CPO of Singapore Press Holdings. Gaurav regales us with stories about his experience building out Adobe's Creative Suite, jumping in the deep end of startup with Grab and his reasons for taking up a CPO role at a traditional media organisation. We also discuss his vocal prowess as a classic rocker…
 
Yellow Fever, or the fetishization of Asian women, is seen regularly today and is backed up by a long history. Where did it come from, how is it perpetuated and what are the real life consequences of it playing out for Asian women in the western world? See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.co…
 
Were you born with a blue-grey, bruise-looking spot that vanished as you became older? You may have been a baby with the Mongolian Blue Spot. What is this odd birthmark and how did it get such a name? See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
Korean cinema has produces incredible films, but few have caught the attention like the vengeance genre. The violence, the bleakness and the despair expressed are unique to Korean revenge films. Becky and Cedric explore the cultural and historical reasons why revenge is a dish best served Korean. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and …
 
Cedric and Becky explore the hypothetical idea of growing up in Korea (late 1980s-2000s), drawing conclusions from societal, historical and cultural observations. (Note: Maybe we are entirely off the mark. If you grew up in Korea during 1980s-2000s, we'd love to hear from you!) See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy …
 
This is a classic episode from a while back when we explained the origins of the Korean term 'honhyeol' - mixed blood - that is used to describe half-Koreans. For our newer listeners, this is a great foundation of understanding 'honhyeol' - for our OG listeners, hope this is a fun one to listen to again. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/priv…
 
In Ep.33, we speak to product parody video creator and Chief Meme Officer for Supermeme.ai, Sanjeev NC about how and why he creates parody videos, his process and also what he's learnt. We learn about how he juggles his day job as a product manager with being a co-founder and also creating videos all seemingly simultaneously. At the end, we discuss…
 
Originally a blog post on The Halfie Project website, this is a explanation of the Korean term "여유 (yeoyoo)" - what it means, how it affects Koreans today and how understanding it can perhaps help you understand your own family a little bit better. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/pr…
 
Becky and Cedric received an email that asked that hard question we've thought at least once in our lives - why even bother trying when I'll only be rejected? "Given these experiences and Korea's attitude towards mixed Koreans, I find myself wanting to distance myself from every Korean person I encounter, as I figure something like this will happen…
 
In Ep.32, we have the Chief Product Officer of Ascend Bit, Brian Clark, giving us the lowdown on all things product management. He tells us what he looks for when hiring product managers, how to build your team of product managers, and his amazing experience of witnessing firsthand product management at Facebook / Meta. We end with why Sublime's "W…
 
Rose: the herb that shows us how to feel again. Coming 2/12/22 on organicolivia.com Blogs mentioned in this episode: The Year of the Rose: Rose Benefits in Herbal Medicine Rose Petals for Liver Qi Stagnation + Hormone Health in Chinese Medicine What Are Shen Tonics? Herbs That Settle a Lost Sprit + Restless Heart New Organic Olivia Instagram HERE S…
 
"You're not Korean." "Stop even trying, you're just a foreigner." "If you're Half-Korean, that means you're not Korean." This is our response to these common comments we hear (not just on the bathroom wall otherwise known as the internet, but also in daily life.) See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https…
 
"혼혈이라서 좋겠네!" "Must be so nice to be half-Korean!" What might people really mean by saying this? Becky and Cedric break down this simple statement, the prevalence of mixed Koreans in modeling and entertainment and where society is now in terms of half-Koreans in the everyday Korean life. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California…
 
Ep.31 is first episode of 2022, and it's a great pleasure to have Alfonso Fiore, the Chief Product Officer of HappyFresh as a guest on the show. We really deep dived into his CPO role, trying to understand how he prepared for the role, what changes he made after joining and how his career failures spurred him to the success that he has achieved to …
 
If you drank too much while celebrating New Years, you might like to relieve that pounding headache and churning stomach. Becky and Cedric reveal some Korean folk remedies for hangovers and indigestion. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
Happy New Years! It's time to make your New Years Resolutions.. and time to get a little bit older. In Korea, when the new year rolls around, everybody gains an extra year of age. Becky and Cedric discuss what is Korean age and how it's calculated. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/pr…
 
In the Korean language, titles (known as 호칭/hoching) are used instead of first names to maintain respect. Some common ones are “unnie” (older sister) and “oppa” (older brother). Becky and Cedric respond to a listener mail asking about these titles and what it means when Koreans don’t use the proper formal term with someone who isn’t… fully Korean? …
 
Join Becky and Cedric in a special Christmas episode! We talk a little bit about Christmas in Korea then stroll down memory lane - what Christmas was like in our households, the mixings of culture in our holiday meals, gifts and celebrations. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#…
 
Ep.30 is last episode of 2021, and we have Daniel Walters, the CPTO of Weirdly. Our first guest based out of New Zealand was based in Malaysia for 10 years and straddled a myriad of top C-level positions from CIO, to CTO to his current CPTO. We cover topics like the rise of the CPTO role, autonomy vs alignment, working with a CPO as a CIO and compa…
 
Haemil School was founded by famous Korean-Black singer Insooni. Having experiencing a difficult childhood due to being mixed Korean herself, Insooni decided to found and fully support economically a middle school designed to help mixed Korean kids learn and thrive in Korean society. Becky and Cedric visited the school to learn more and discovered …
 
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