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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 ...
 
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
 
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.
 
Centering is the Asian American Christian Podcast: conversations on Christ, the Christian life, and Asian American perspectives. Through our podcast seasons, as well as specially presented content, we dive into the reality and beauty of living out Asian American Christian faith. Centering is a production of the Center for Asian American Theology and Ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary.
 
Better Asian Man brings you, the modern-day Asian American Man, information on how to become empowered from the subjective perspective of one Asian American man. I will address how this self-actualization can be achieved through the acquisition of more sexual confidence and success with women. Part of being good with women is expressing individuality, your personal preferences, and your interests– that means constantly improving yourself and your lifestyle. To that end, I will be providing y ...
 
Self Evident challenges the narratives of where we come from, where we belong, and where we're going — by telling Asian America's stories. With host Cathy Erway, we present reported narratives, personal stories, and community conversations that tackle today's tough questions about identity, cultural change, and nationhood. Self Evident is a Studiotobe production, incubated at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP and supported by our listener community.
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Does Harvard discriminate against Asian Americans? Should universities consider race in the admissions process? And what is the Asian American community doing about it all? Join us, a research team from Amherst College, in exploring the SFFA v. Harvard case and the truth behind Asian Americans and affirmative action. Episodes will cover topics such as the history of affirmative action, the underlying philosophies behind each side's legal arguments, specific stakeholders in this case, the rol ...
 
Been Here | Born Here is a podcast and interview blog dedicated to showcasing Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AANHPIs) in the D.C. area and beyond. Heavily inspired by Brandon Stanton's Humans of New York and Buzzfeed's Another Round with Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton, the mission of this project is to talk experiences, ideas, and opinions of the vibrantly diverse individuals of our community and for my own developing understanding about issues that I didn't know e ...
 
Chris is a regular across both gay and straight scenes having played for the big players: Defected, Hed Kandi, The Gallery, Fabric and a year residency at Ministry of Sound. He also produces with a few club hits under his belt. His sound is a mix of a dash of disco, a sprinkle of tech and whole lot of house.
 
Weekly updates from Japan with Aaron & Parker, two Americans with a passion for telling you what's going on right now on the ground in Tokyo, straight from our studio in Harajuku. Join us in segments featuring this week's top news, political happenings, business, and absolutely random garbage. Also, there's a rad synth intro.
 
American Desis is a podcast geared to sharing what it's like to be a South Asian in America through fresh, funny, and insightful interviews. Comedian Akaash Singh and actor Arjun Gupta employ a vulnerable style as they discuss who we are today and the issues we will face tomorrow. Join us for our new themed season geared toward Health & Wellness, where we speak with experts on mental, physical, and spiritual wellness from both a Western and Eastern point of view! Sign up for our mailing list ...
 
In “Dash American”, we bring people from all different kinds of cultural backgrounds & people who have different relationships with their cultural background, to come together & share their own, unique stories about what it’s like being “Dash American”. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dashamerican/support
 
1stGens is a podcast about first-generation Americans and filling in the blanks beside the hyphen. Get to know co-hosts, Perrine and Skye, as they share their experiences as Liberian-Americans, while always correlating topics back to 1stGens from other countries. Being American isn't always so black and white.
 
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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…
 
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…
 
Connie J. Lee, global producer and reporter, shares her journey of growing up Korean American, finding her passion in storytelling, and having the unique experience of both telling our stories in Asia and in the US for Asian media companies. She is also the host of Asian & American, a interview series in which Connie interviews prominent Asian Amer…
 
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…
 
What does the second Japan state of emergency mean for its border restrictions? Why did the CEO of Suntory speak out against the state of emergency? How did police nab the "Toilet God" suspected of stealing newly-installed toilets from construction sites in Chiba? Aaron and Parker discuss how Coming of Age Day, a right of passage for 20 year olds i…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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,…
 
When the founding framers mandated a Census in the U.S. Constitution, their vision was to generate a database of information about American households and the communities where they lived. That population data, first collected by marshals, now by enumerators, remains the foundation of federal decision making, determining how federal resources are d…
 
Welcome to Episode 6 of the Asian American History 101 Podcast. Co-hosts Gen & Ted Lai discuss the United States Territories. This is part 1 of 2 on the topic of the American Territories in the Pacific Islands. In this episode, they briefly go over a background on the US territories through history and explain the different kinds classifications fo…
 
Welcome back to the “This Is For Us Podcast” guys. I got a special episode today that I wasn’t sure if I was going to release but since the podcast is coming up on a year and a lot of you guys have requested this I thought why not. So a grad student reached out to me to learn more about why I started both the instagram account Asianmenswear and thi…
 
Welcome back guys! Got another spotlight and this time we have Don Tran, a former bad ass Marine Raider who served 12 years in the military and is also the cofounder of Underwater Torpedo League (UTL) and Deep End Fitness joining us. In this episode of the “This Is For Us Podcast”, Don and I spoke about his troubled youth and the lack of direction …
 
Enter the Wu-Tang. Return to the 36 Chambers. People listening to these albums by the Wu-Tang Clan and its members likely never knew about Sophia Chang: a Korean-Canadian woman who worked with members like RZA, ODB and Method Man. Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest called Sophia Chang “an integral part of the golden era of hip-hop.” The Baddest Bitch in…
 
Hey what’s up! I hope you guys enjoyed your Christmas and had a happy holiday. Today, we’re back again with a spotlight episode and this time we have successful entrepreneur who is also currently Senior VP of Citizens Bank, Ace Watansuparp joining us. Ace became the first Asian American to ever play for The University Connecticut (Unconn) men’s bas…
 
Welcome to Episode 5 of the Asian American History 101 Podcast. Co-hosts Gen & Ted Lai provide a history on the first Asians in America... Spoilers, it's not the Chinese like we're often taught in school. We also talk about the lives of the first famous Asian American performers, Chang and Eng. 3:45, First Asians in America. 12:28, Let's learn abou…
 
What happens when you come to America to marry the person you thought would take care of you, only to find yourself in an abusive family, losing all sense of self? Guest producer Rosalind Tordesillas brings us this story about Joy, a woman whose dream marriage turned into a nightmare — and the advocates for survivors of domestic violence who helped…
 
This is a message from Ephesians 6:10-17. We need three things: 1) Be strong in the Lord, 2) Be aware of your enemies and 3) Be armed with the full armor of God. In this episode, you will also hear about my new project called "365 Empowerment" in 21c Moses Youtube channel. For more information, click here: https://youtu.be/GygqQEpTKbE…
 
Director, storyteller, and consultant for Japanese film and TV productions Riki Ohkanda shares her experience working inside Tokyo's entertainment industry, the secret to enjoying tea ceremony, and some hilarious anecdotes. Aaron and Parker discuss Japan's vaccine rollout schedule and a movement to make it harder to obtain crossbows in Japan.…
 
Just in time for the holidays, here's the final Southern Fried Asian of season five to close out 2020! Joining the podcast is H'Abigail Mlo, a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina and one of the founders of Voices of the Highlands, a digital storytelling project featuring Montagnard/Montagnard-American voices on identity, culture, an…
 
We're launching a new virtual event series at AAWW. Presented quarterly, these virtual “fireside chats” will feature a renowned Asian diasporic author in conversation with our Executive Director Jafreen Uddin, sharing updates from AAWW, and discussing AAWW from a writer’s perspective. This series will kick off with a conversation led by R. O. Kwon,…
 
Marshall Cho, Boys Basketball Head Coach of Lake Oswego HS, joins Jerry on Episode 090 to share his journey of growing up in Springfield, Oregon, finding his passion for teaching and basketball in The Bronx, using basketball to teach kids life skills in Mozambique, and how he ended up back in his home state to be the head coach of one of the countr…
 
From the national elections to the decennial census, 2020 has provided a masterclass in how antagonistic messengers use social media platforms to spread misinformation and disinformation. These messages, communicated from fringe blogs, the dark web, and the social media ecosystem are not only difficult to track and quantify, but they pose a signifi…
 
Welcome to Episode 3. In this episode, co-hosts Gen & Ted Lai take continue the topic of whitewashing in Hollywood. This is part 2 of 2. They review some recent examples of whitewashing, yellowface, and brownface, talk a little more about the impact of these practices, and discuss why there's hope for improvement. In the final segment, reminisces o…
 
This week, Lucia speaks with Dr. Thomas Tsang, who is the CEO and co-founder of Valera Health, a physician, and a former congressional staffer in the Obama Administration who helped write and execute the Affordable Care Act. Thomas shares how he pursued a career in healthcare despite growing up not being able to afford healthcare. He also shares ho…
 
Asian public policy expert, political science professor, and politics commentator Dr. Stephen Nagy shares his insights on Canada-Japan relations, the rise of China and Indo-Pacific defense policy, and the future of the Suga administration. Aaron and Parker discuss Japan's plan for COVID-19 vaccinations, extended tax cuts for home and car buyers, an…
 
Speaker, Consultant, and Host of The Tao of Self Confidence Podcast Sheena Yap Chan joins Jerry to share her origin story, how an event changed her life perspective, and how she has been able to create her show into a million+ download podcast, positively impacting Asian women all over the world. Learn more about Sheena at www.SheenaYapChan.com We …
 
Recently, an email newsletter subscriber asked me how to destress, relax, and cope with anxiety. Rather than give a quick answer, I took my time to make an entire podcast episode on the most effective techniques for relaxing. This topic’s relevant for almost anyone trying to succeed since everyone deals with nervousness and stress at... The post 5 …
 
This report, from researchers at Hunter College of the City University of New York and University of Southern California, aims to shed light on the experiences of Chinese and Korean immigrant women working in illicit massage parlors in Los Angeles County and New York City. Media accounts have documented raids, mass arrests and undercover stings of …
 
Welcome to Episode 3 of the Asian American History 101 Podcast. In this episode, co-hosts Gen & Ted Lai take on the topic of whitewashing in Hollywood. This is part 1 of 2 on the topic of whitewashing. In this episode, they talk about some reasons for whitewashing, yellowface, and brownface, go over a brief history of the practice through the 1970s…
 
Will Japan ban sales of new gasoline cars? Can NTT Docomo regain lost ground with its new ¥2,980 budget cell phone data plan? Aaron and Parker discuss Japan's move to not tax casino winnings of nonresident foreigners, and what it's going to be like spending Christmas in Japan after Santa Claus' flight to Tokyo was cancelled.…
 
Covid-19 has sparked an increase in racism against East Asians in America, whether immigrant or native born. However, racism against all groups of Asian descent has been around for much longer, with racist stereotypes and the model minority myth. Join Queens Memory and our partners for an online discussion about the current higher educational exper…
 
Musician and distinguished solist gamin will discuss and demonstrate traditional Korean music and wind instruments: the piria double reed instrument similar to the oboe; the taepyeonso (a double-reed horn); and saenghwang (a type of mouth organ). In her new album, Nong, the title refers to the ancient Korean meaning of to play, and is the central i…
 
Throughout US history, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people have been pathologized, victimized, and criminalized. Reports of lynching, burning, or murdering of LGBTQ people have been documented for centuries. Prior to the 1970s, LGBTQ people were deemed as having psychological disorders and subsequently subject to electrosh…
 
Former collegiate golfer, investment banker, and Uber leader turned women's apparel co-founder Jane Dong joins Jerry on Episode 088 to share her journey of overcoming odds and obstacles on her way to finding in Frankly what she had sought all her life: a company and product worth building in her own authentic vision. Learn more at www.FranklyAppare…
 
This fall, the Asian American Writers’ Workshop is celebrating the art of the essay. Featuring longtime poets and fiction writers with debut essay collections out this year, this conversation will take an intersectional look at Asian American identity, genre, gender, race, publishing, and the way the essay form allows writers to dance, dodge, spar,…
 
In HONOR AND DUTY: The Chinese American WWII Veterans, author/journalist E. Samantha Cheng compiles a thorough historical record that recognizes the service and sacrifice these patriots paid in Americas wartime need. In addition, the data collected and compiled for the Congressional Gold Medal project will serve as an indispensable source of info f…
 
When it comes to the Decennial Census, there is no such thing as too much data. It is only when Asian American Pacific Islander data sets are disaggregated that entire communities become visible and significant inequities within those subgroups are revealed. It takes this level of detail to guide government, schools and health providers in serving …
 
Welcome to Episode 2 of the Asian American History 101 Podcast. In this episode, co-hosts Gen & Ted Lai talking about the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, the first American policy that ended immigration from one specific ethnic group. What was it? Why did it happen? How did we finally end it? To close the episode, we talk a little about the 1882foun…
 
During this year’s protests for Black lives, the national conversation was filled with calls to have uncomfortable conversations about anti-Blackness. This push, to talk about racism with our loved ones, has been both championed and criticized — but how do these conversations actually go down, and where do they lead? To find out, we spoke with thre…
 
TikTok influencer, content creator, YouTube video blog host Mason Dayot aka Maydaysan tells us how he built a 250k+ social media following and some of his exploits living in Japan. Aaron and Parker discuss the billion dollar budget for Tokyo 2020 virus countermeasures, Mitsui Fudosan's $1.1 billion bid to acquire Tokyo Dome, and JETRO's new effort …
 
The Peculiar Afterlife of Slavery: The Chinese Worker and the Minstrel Form (Stanford University Press, 2020) explores how antiblack racism lived on through the figure of the Chinese worker in US literature after emancipation. Drawing out the connections between this liminal figure and the formal aesthetics of blackface minstrelsy in literature of …
 
AAWW, Kundiman, & Kaya Press combine to bring acclaimed novelist Ed Lin together with pioneering YA author of FINDING MY VOICE and co-founder of AAWW Marie Myung-Ok Lee, in conversation to celebrate the release of Ed Lin’s YA debut, DAVID TUNG CAN’T HAVE A GIRLFRIEND UNTIL HE GETS INTO AN IVY LEAGUE COLLEGE (Kaya Press, October 2020). Moderated by …
 
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