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In May 2021, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced AAPI LA, an initiative to help amplify and address the challenges and needs of AAPI communities to ensure that AAPI Angelenos, who have historically been left out of important conversations - whether due to cultural and language barriers or biases - have a seat at the table. A podcast, Asian American Stories, launched as the initiative’s effort to provide a platform to give voice to the Asian American Pacific Islander communities by sharing their st ...
 
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.
 
Welcome to the Podcast for TRAKTIVIST.com -the premier Radio Show + Blog to discover music made by Asian North Americans! We aim to bring music from Asian American artists to new and familiar audiences around the world, ultimately striving to increase awareness through artistry, exclusive interviews, and in-studio performances.
 
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 ...
 
Thrive Spice is a mental health and social equity podcast for Asian Americans, featuring real stories of resilience, grit and joy. It's a safe space that feels like group therapy meets celebrity interview, with a healthy dose of self-care. Join us as we share the untold stories of influential AAPI leaders, activists, entrepreneurs, and creators - and ask how they have found ways to cope, survive and thrive. Our mission is to normalize conversations about mental health and promote social equi ...
 
Waves of Change: Modern Perspectives in Asian American Psychology is a conversation with Diana Chu and Dr. Mankit Li. We are San Francisco based psychotherapist and psychologist who like to deconstruct psychology, digging deep to challenge ourselves and our listeners.
 
Hot & Sour Soup for the Soul is a celebration of multicultural identity, zooming in on the Asian American experience. In each episode, we feature an Asian American who is making strides in their industry, and chat about their personal and professional journeys to finding balance between cultures, along with what they’ve learned along the way. In the process, we expand on what success, leadership, and fulfillment look like in today’s America. Make yourself at home, and nourish yourself with a ...
 
In this podcast, I speak with an American couple on American society's "positive stereotypes" about Asians. Are these stereotypes, for example, true, and are the stereotypes' impacts truly positive? Joanna is a Chinese person who grew up in the United States, and her husband Ben is an American. I am a student at a Sino-American institution. We come from quite diverse cultural backgrounds, which adds to the intrigue of the discourse. Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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Welcome to Season 2, Episode 4! We start by talking about Michelle Alyssa Go, the Asian American woman recently killed by being pushed on the subway tracks near Times Square in New York. It’s another tragic death of someone in the Asian Pacific American community. Our main segment is on the impact of Asian Americans in the Fishing and Shrimping Ind…
 
I’m continuing the theme of various blogs posting an annual end-of-year review on how their year went for them. However, there’s going to be a few twists: I’m going to keep it concise to a just a few major points rather than every little goal since I doubt you want to listen to three hours... The post End of Year Review of How 2021 (and 2020) Went …
 
The brothers behind the street-food sensation that redefined Korean food in L.A. and conquered the Food Network talk about how they've found new ways to survive during Seoul Sausage’s 10-year run. Along the path, they’ve seen the power of social media, the rise of Korean culture in America and how Korean barbecue sausages can power a movement that …
 
Who should I love in 2022 and beyond? 1 John 2 teaches us very important truth about who we should really love. Love of the world and love of God are critically opposite and which one should you choose? You can't love both at the same time. Let's learn and choose according to His will.بقلم Sammy Joo
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 3! We begin this episode with some current events, but we take time to talk about chocolate as well! The main segment is in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as we focus on two more Asian Pacific American Civil Rights Leaders, Kiyoshi Kuromiya and Haunani-Kay Trask. Both were inspirational leaders with an impact …
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 2! It’s time to talk about music again, and we focus on the Asian Americans making an impact in R&B. Pretty much anyone who follows R&B knows H.E.R. and Bruno Mars, but the start for Asian Americans in R&B actually can be traced back to Hiroshima in the 70s and 80s. We also mention some other great new Asian Pacific R&B…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 1! We know that we have a lot of newer listeners, so this episode is a little bit of a refresher on our show and how our segments are set-up. We also take time to discuss some of our Resolutions and Hopes personally and for the podcast. What stories will you hear during Season 2? What interviews do we hope to do? To lea…
 
I was getting into the holiday spirit a few weeks ago when I started hearing buzz about a Netflix Original Rom-Com Christmas film called Love Hard, featuring Asian American Jimmy O. Yang as the romantic lead. And it was the #1 film in the USA for a few days! After loosely following Jimmy’s career over the years,... The post Relatable Asian American…
 
Welcome to Episode 64! This is it… the end of Season 1. Whether you’ve been listening to us since the very beginning or just joined recently or anywhere in-between, we appreciate your support. What were some of your favorite episode topics and interviews? We share some of ours as well as some of the Asian American positive media we enjoyed reading …
 
In Intersectionality in the Muslim South Asian-American Middle Class: Lifestyle Consumption beyond Halal and Hijab (Lexington Books, 2021), wherein Ternikar theorizes the everyday consumption of South Asian Muslim American women through case studies of their food, clothing, and social media presence. Through feminist, intersectional, and sociology …
 
One of the first members of Albert Samaha’s family introduced in his memoir Concepcion: An Immigrant Family’s Fortunes (Riverhead Books, 2021) is his uncle Spanky: a baggage handler in San Francisco’s airport. Spanky emigrated to the United States from his home country, the Philippines, where he lived a very different life as a rockstar: one of the…
 
Two-time Top Chef finalist Shirley Chung tells the multi-generational story that led to her progressive Chinese-American food at Ms. Chi Cafe. She also discusses the importance of innovation, how she pivoted with nationwide delivery during the pandemic and how she created her own NFT collection at dumplingmafianft.com…
 
In the world, there is no perfect and good news for everyone. It is always for some people not for all people. However, there is the perfect and good news for all people. Do you know what it is? In this episode, I will share what it is based on Luke 2:8-12. Let's listen and share it with others!بقلم Sammy Joo
 
Welcome to Episode 63! It’s still a few months away, but we’re so excited about the Winter Olympics, so we take time to talk about the history of Asian Americans in figure skating. Michelle Kwan and Kristi Yamaguchi are so well known, but we also take time to talk about Tiffany Chin. To open the episode, we take time to catch up and talk about the …
 
Viet Thanh Nguyen, author of the Pulitzer Prize winning The Sympathizer and its sequel The Committed, joins esteemed scholar Colleen Lye of UC-Berkeley for a candid discussion about the Asian-American novel and the role of literature and theory in radical social movements. Colleen is drawn to the mix of philosophy and suspense in Viet's work and wo…
 
Citrus Studios CEO and multi-hyphenate business leader Kalika Yap talks to co-hosts Andy Wang and Danica Lo about her family escaping martial law in the Philippines, how living in Hawaii shaped her worldview, how living her values led to a successful entrepreneurial career that started with a $400 loan before she worked with clients like Dollar Sha…
 
Suraj Kandukri, Host of Brown People We Know, joins Jerry to share his journey growing up South Asian and how he found a calling, through a few career pivots, to share South Asian stories he didn't have growing up. Learn more about the show at BrownPeopleWeKnow.com Meet Suraj Suraj Kandukuri is a podcaster, a climber, a tea enthusiast and more. He …
 
All nations make rules -- through their constitutions, legislatures, bureaucratic practices – about who counts as a citizen. American by Birth examines the role of the Supreme Court – particularly a ruling from 1898 that is still precedent today. Wong Kim Ark v. United States interpreted the language of the 14th Amendment to answer whether a man bo…
 
Welcome to Episode 62! It’s time to bring back another episode on the history of an Asian Pacific American food. In this episode, we talk about the history of Japanese food in America. From sukiyaki to teppanyaki to sushi, Japanese food is one of the few Asian cuisines that is viewed as more refined and deserving of higher prices, but it wasn’t alw…
 
In this season's final episode, Daniel and Alexander talk about the future of America: where will conversations around race go? What will be the issues that continue to arise around race, power, and inequity? And how can the Christian church bear faithful witness amidst it all?بقلم Centered: Resources for the Asian American Church
 
In response, immigrant-led resistance movements against these environmental hazards are among the most dynamic in our global cities. Yet, we know little about them. In this vein, Prof. Nadia Kim in her new book, Refusing Death, chronicles how Asian and Latina immigrant women activists for environmental justice in Los Angelesnamely cleaner, more bre…
 
Welcome to Episode 61! Every December 7th we remember the attack on Pearl Harbor for good reason. Did you know that the Japanese military also executed coordinated attacks on three other U.S. Territories? For some reason, our K-12 history books don’t mention these much, but the Imperial Japanese forces also attacked Wake Island, Guam, and the Phili…
 
This episode, Dr. Daniel D. Lee and Dr. Alexander Jun speak on critical race theory - and the church. Does Critical Theory have a place in ethnic, Asian American, and multicultural churches? What are the dangers - and uses - of introducing these ideas into our spaces of worship and community?بقلم Centered: Resources for the Asian American Church
 
Mendocino Farms co-founder Ellen Chen talks to co-hosts Andy Wang and Danica Lo about how she left corporate America and created a game-changing independent restaurant. We also discuss her successful exit from Mendocino Farms, her support of other entrepreneurs and her involvement in Teach AAPI, a new organization that helps AAPI children connect w…
 
Berna Anat, a self proclaimed financial hype woman, host of the Money Please Podcast, and overall amazing human being, joins Jerry on Episode 133 to share her journey as a child of Filipino immigrants who navigated her way through higher education and media leading to her betting on herself as a content creator in the personal finance space. Her br…
 
White middle-class eaters are increasingly venturing into historically segregated urban neighborhoods in search of "authentic" eating in restaurants run by-and originally catering to-immigrants and people of color. What does a growing white interest in these foods mean for historically immigrant neighborhoods and communities of color? What role doe…
 
Welcome to Episode 60! Sessue Hayakawa was one of the first Hollywood heartthrobs, but he was also a villain. The exotic way he was cast was indicative of the Yellow Peril driven Asian villain trope. From Fu Manchu to Ming the Merciless to so many others, Asians are often the villain in Hollywood created TV and films. In this episode, we talk about…
 
Join Third World Newsreel, Nodutdol for Korean Community Development, Korean Policy Institute, and The Documentary Forum at CCNY as they view two historical films about the U.S. in Korea The Women Outside: Korean Women and the US Military and Camp Arirang, and hear from a panel of scholars and activists. 2021 is the 71st anniversary of the Korean W…
 
Join Third World Newsreel and the Documentary Forum at CCNY for a screening of CHINATOWN FILES (2001, 57 min) and conversation with producer/director Amy Chen and filmmaker/multimedia artist and activist Betty Yu. This documentary brought to the public, for the first time, a story deemed classified by the U.S. government for over four decades. Duri…
 
Kanwar Singh, a technologist by day and also a Signal Officer in the US Army Massachusetts National Guard, joins Jerry to share about his journey to America to pursue higher education, what led to him joining the National Guard, and the challenges he has faced to ensure accommodation for him and others religious beliefs. We thank Officer Singh, the…
 
From the 1950s through the 1970s, blue-collar Filipino Americans, or Pinoys, lived a hardscrabble existence. Immigrant parents endured blatant racism, sporadic violence, and poverty while their U.S.-born children faced more subtle forms of racism, such as the low expectations of teachers and counselors in the public school system. In this collectio…
 
Welcome to Episode 59! The Chinese Exclusion Act is one for the most restrictive laws that limited immigration. Although the majority of Chinese were barred from entering the country or becoming naturalized citizens, there was one loophole that allowed many Chinese Americans to claim citizenship and bring in additional Chinese. These were known as …
 
Photo courtesy Timothy Singratsomboune Timothy Singratsomboune had a complicated relationship to country music. How did his own experiences bring him away from and eventually back to the genre? And how does country music connect Tim to both Lao culture and the Lao communities he grew up around? In this episode, we explore the connections between As…
 
Identity is often fraught for multiracial Douglas, people of both South Asian and African descent in the Caribbean. In this groundbreaking volume, Sue Ann Barratt and Aleah N. Ranjitsingh explore the particular meanings of a Dougla identity and examine Dougla maneuverability both at home and in the diaspora.…
 
One of the first experiences I had with negotiation tips came from tips I got from people I follow on buying a car at a good price. Here’s a bit of what I learned… The best time to buy a car is at the end of a month based on car salesman sales cycles. They’re... The post Lessons Learned from the Master FBI Negotiator – Never Split the Difference by…
 
Welcome to Episode 58! Yes, we’re geeks who like fantasy, science fiction, superheroes, comic books, music, food and more. You can also add musical theatre to that list of things we love. In this episode, we take time to talk about the history of Asian Americans in musical theatre. Although there aren’t a plethora of Asian American stories being to…
 
What IS cancel culture, and how does - and doesn't - it fit into a Christian imagination of justice? On today's episode of Centering, Daniel and Alex speak about the roles of accountability, forgiveness, and power in the current conversation around "cancel culture".بقلم Centered: Resources for the Asian American Church
 
Political Scientist Efrén Pérez’s new book, Diversity's Child: People of Color and the Politics of Identity (U Chicago Press, 2021), explores the term and category “people of color” and how this grouping has been used within politics, but also how it is has been used by those who are classified as people of color. Pérez examines group identity, lan…
 
In the pursuit of success, do we lose ourselves? As a recovering perfectionist, I spill the tea on my own personal journey going from corporate life to mom to podcaster to Lillian So, fitness entrepreneur and co-author of the new book FitCEO, and share the incredible lessons I’ve learned along the way on parenting, career and relationships. We dig …
 
Author Mary Talusan draws on hundreds of newspaper accounts and exclusive interviews with band members and their descendants to compose the story from the bands own voices. She sounds out the meanings of Americans responses to the band and identifies a desire to mitigate racial and cultural anxieties during an era of overseas expansion and increasi…
 
Welcome to Episode 57! Do you know the difference between the Congressional Gold Medal and the Medal of Honor? We take time to explain it in this episode to honor Veterans Day. Our main segment recognizes three groups of Asian Americans to win the Congressional Gold Medal: The Filipino veterans of WWII, the 100th Infantry Battalion and 442nd Regime…
 
In this episode, Dr. Daniel D. Lee and Dr. Alexander Jun speak on intersectionality, identity, and the Image of God: What is intersectionality? Why are social identities important to God - and us? And how do we avoid idolizing social identity?بقلم Centered: Resources for the Asian American Church
 
In the past four hundred years, the cultural position of Taiwan has been undergoing a series of drastic changes due to constant political turmoil. From the early seventeenth century to the late twentieth century, the ruling power of Taiwan shifted from Spaniard and Dutch to the Late-Ming Zheng regime, then to the Qing court and imperial Japan, and …
 
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