On this episode, we highlight the latest book and publishing news in Asian American literature for our October 2021 mid-month check-in! New books mentioned in our publishing news:A Scatter of Light by Malinda LoJust Another Epic Love Poem by Parisa AkhbariEnly and the Buskin' Blues by Jenny LiuWhat's Between Your Hands by Mitali PerkinsMr. Panda and the Red Flower by Jackie HuangTiny Mochi & Co. by Michelle DoNoura's Crescent Moon by Zainab KhanI Kick and I Fly by Ruchira GuptaTiny Troubles by Sophie DiaoLook No Further by Siofra Robinson and Rioghnach Robinson (a.k.a. Riley Redgate)It's Boba Time for Pearl Li! by Nicole ChenBehind My Doors and Super Friday by Hena KhanIf You Were a Butterfly by Mượn Thị VănSuper Boba Café by Nidhi Chanani Parachute Kids by Betty C. TangCreep: A Love Story by Lygia Day PeñaflorThis Is Not a Personal Statement by Tracy BaduaAdventuregame Comics by Jason ShigaMonkey King and the World of Myths by Maple LamPriya's Parties by Mitali Banerjee Ruths---Books and Boba Merch is on sale not! Check out our official apparel & tote bags at: https://www.bonfire.com/store/booksandboba/Pre-orders for this first run close on October 21.---Follow our hosts:Reera Yoo (@reeraboo)Marvin Yueh (@marvinyueh)Follow us:FacebookTwitterGoodreads GroupThe Books & Boba October 2021 pick is The Inugami Curse by Seishi YokomizoThis podcast is part of Potluck: An Asian American Podcast Collective
Best Way To Deal With Conflict Resolution - How To Deal With Conflict | Jerry FuIn our latest Walk In Victory episode we interview Jerry Fu. Jerry is a conflict resolution coach who helps Asian-American leaders advance in their career and life journeys. Having taken on several pharmacy leadership roles, Jerry started coaching in 2017 to help other Asian-American professionals deal with the conflict they encounter at work, with their culture, and within themselves. Prior to starting his coaching business, Jerry served as a pharmacist and began facilitating leadership workshops in 2012. Today, Jerry offers a range of coaching services, which includes individual coaching, group workshops, and keynote presentations. He has appeared on over thirty podcasts and plans to appear plenty more. To learn more, you can visit https://www.adaptingleaders.com.
This show is no stranger to the MCU, but it's been a hot minute since the Infinity War & Endgame spoilercasts, and even longer since our last dedicated dive into this pop-culture juggernaut. Making her first appearance on the show, John's comrade in fandom Mia helps us catch up with releases beyond Black Widow, both by reflecting on memories of movies past, adjusting to an MCU without T'Challa, and in particular discussing the recent Shang-Chi and what its attention to cultural detail, great casting, and making up for Ben Kingsley's Mandarin mean to Mia as an Asian-American. Afterward, we take a deep dive into the first three live-action MCU series in the new frontier of Disney+ weekly series. Topics include how these shows take advantage of their longer format, speculating what consequences they may hold for future shows and movies, why Agatha rules and Hayward drools, how timely Falcon and Winter Soldier is, and the as-of-this-writing ongoing desire for an Alligator Loki plushie. Timestamps: 0:00 Introductions/General MCU talk 17:23 Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (Spoilers) 53:49 WandaVision (Spoilers) 1:22:50 The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (Spoilers) 1:45:47 Loki (Spoilers) WE'RE ON DISCORD: https://discord.gg/YAqjMUy John's Twitter: https://twitter.com/BehonArt Mia's Tumblr: https://patethenovice.tumblr.com/ John's Reanimated collab for WarioWare Gold's cutscenes: https://twitter.com/WarioReAnimated Show email (Send feedback and requests here): email@example.com Show Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sketchwatchplay/ Show Twitter (Follow for updates, and send feedback and requests): https://twitter.com/sketchwatchplay Show Facebook (Follow for updates, and send feedback and requests): https://www.facebook.com/sketchwatchplay Show homepage: http://sketchwatchplay.blogspot.com/
Jenny Dorsey was 28 when she decided to lay claim to a cultural heirloom: a wok. This tool is synonymous with Chinese cooking but for Jenny it was couched in complex emotions and family memories. She speaks about her childhood and the pressure immigrant families face to assimilate. Jenny also unpacks how her wok became a symbol of sadness, shame, and ultimately forgiveness. The second half of the episode transitions from the personal to the political, honing on Jenny's work as a chef, food writer, and the founder of the non-profit community think tank, Studio ATAO. Jenny shares her thoughts on the impact and limitations that personal essays pose to the food media landscape. Host Arati Menon talks with Jenny about exploring the honesty and beauty of a personal essay while maintaining boundaries so as not to exploit it.Read Jenny's original My Family Recipe essay. Check out Studio ATAO's toolkits addressing tokenization in food media and how to achieve equitable representation. My Family Recipe is created by the Food52 Podcast Network and Heritage Radio Network, inspired by the eponymous Food52 column.
On this episode, we celebrate the spooky season with Muppet's Haunted Mansion, the newest star-studded Disney ride tie-in featuring the Muppets following Gonzo's quest to survive a night in the titular haunted mansion. Join us as we chat Muppets, Disneyland, and Halloween!What's Popping? - Pride and Prejudice, Bend it like Beckham, Only Murders in the BuildingFollow our hosts:Marvin Yueh - @marvinyuehJess Ju - @jessjutweetsHanh Nguyen - @hanhonymousFollow the show and engage with us at @goodpopclubPart of the Potluck Podcast CollectiveProduced by HappyEcstatic Media
Nancy chats with Kat Calvin about voter suppression and the complexities of obtaining IDs for everyday use. Kat also talks about the California recall election and tips to starting a non-profit. Kat Calvin is the Founder and Executive Director of Spread The Vote and the Co-Founder and CEO of the Project ID Action Fund. A lawyer, activist, and social entrepreneur, Kat has built a national organization that helps Americans obtain the IDs they need for jobs, housing, and life and that also allows them to go to the polls. Kat is one of the TIME Magazine 16 People and Groups Fighting for a More Equal America, 2018 Fast Company 100 Most Creative People in Business, and has been a Business Insider 30 Under 30, The Grio 100, and more. Kat has been featured in the New York Times, LA Times, Washington Post, Atlantic, Essence, Glamour, NPR, PBS, BET, Marie Claire and many more print and digital outlets. She has been a guest commentator on MSNBC, CNN, Headline News, Sirius XM, and more. She is a frequent keynote speaker and a sought after voice for her expertise and opinions on politics, voting, ID related issues, and more.Along with STV/PID, Kat co-hosts Vote! The Podcast, is a photographer, an avid traveler, and is currently writing a book.Kat attended Mount Holyoke College and the University of Michigan Law School. She is an Army brat mostly from Seattle and Sierra Vista, AZ and currently lives in Los Angeles.Nancy: Website, Instagram, Twitter Welcome to Progressive Opinions of Color (POC), a podcast that creates space for people of color in conversations about economics, politics, and culture. Your host is Nancy Wu. Nancy is an Asian American woman, an economist, and a huge politics and policy nerd. Nancy triple majored in Economics, Government (Political Science) and Gender Studies at Dartmouth and has a Master's in Development Economics from Oxford. She works as an Economist full time and has previously worked in economic policy at the White House (under Obama, of course) and progressive think tanks. The goal of this podcast is to engage the state of the economy, and other pressing topics in politics, economics, and culture, all through perspectives inclusive of the lived experiences of people of color. Whether you're new to politics or already a huge politics nerd, we hope this podcast inspires community and conversation among us. Join us in reimagining politics and economics with underrepresented voices.
COVID hospitalizations settle into the lower end of Stage 3, as the University of Texas honors two of its researchers for their efforts in developing coronavirus vaccine technology. Several area school districts are starting two hours late today due to high water from last night's rainfall. AISD says a new Tik Tok challenge encouraging kids to assault teachers is a very bad idea. A local teen dies after her car drops from a north Austin overpass. Austin Police Department watchdog finds that APD's use of force policies are still poorly aligned with public opinion, while the Department promotes an Asian-American woman to the rank of Commander for the first time. Round Rock State Rep. James Talarico announces he'll run for Austin's House District 50 seat next year as incumbent Celia Israel steps down to run for Mayor. KVUE-TV hosts a debate on Prop A tonight at 6pm. Elle.com has released a beautiful, if superficial, travel guide to Austin. And as the rain moves out, a cold front moves in - a noticeably cooler weekend is inbound.
Ep 157 - Amplifying Asian American leaders in the Hospitality Industry with Arnold Byun from With Warm Welcome Arnold Byun is a community connector, brand builder, and people person. He is the founder of With Warm Welcome and NAEMO. His purpose and passion are rooted in amplifying Asian American chefs and restaurateurs via storytelling, event activations, and creative endeavours such as podcasts, pop-ups, and products. His most recent project, NAEMO, empowers rising Korean American chefs via creative collaborations that celebrate and explore Korean cuisine and culture from a contemporary perspective so I feel privileged to have a conversation with Arnold today. In this podcast we talk about how Arnold started the With Warm Welcome podcast, how the idea for bakers box came about, how we need to do better to understand Asian culture. This is a really important podcast, and it is the kind of podcast that I believe you will want to listen to twice to make sure you haven't missed anything. Please connect with everything Arnold is doing on the links below: Website: https://withwarmwelcome.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/withwarmwelcome/ Please connect with us here at POH: Website: https://principleofhospitality.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/principle_of_hospitality/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/principle-of-hospitality/message
It's been a long time since I collaborated with another podcaster in English and here it is! The host of Dare to Travel, Duncan who was born in Hong Kong and grew up in Macau as a Cantonese and English speaker who moved to California, lived in New York and now in Taipei, Taiwan. He talks about his journey of growing up and the transitions from the U.S. to Taiwan. How does he cope with all the changes and being at the intersections of cultures, languages, and identities? He met his true love when traveling and how did it happen? | Find Duncan IG @followduncan and Dare to Travel @daretotravelpodcast or https://www.daretotravelpodcast.com/ | Duncan is also teaching English online, contact him! If you listen to Mandarin, go to their podcast and listen to my episode on my cross-cultural marriage experience in Ep50~!
For today's Spotlight episode, I'm excited to welcome Joon Lee to the show.Joon Lee is a Major League Baseball writer for ESPN.com. He regularly hosts BBTN Live (Baseball Tonight Live), ESPN's streamed pregame show and has contributed to ESPN's MLB game telecasts. Before ESPN, Lee covered the NFL, NBA, MLB, sneakers, fashion, pop culture, and the Olympics at Bleacher Report. He also worked for The Washington Post and Boston Herald and has had bylines in The Ringer, S.B. Nation, and The Hardball Times. In 2018, Lee was named a Media Rising Star by Folio Magazine.Most recently, Joon was on live television to address insensitive comments made by Stephen A Smith on Angel's Player Shohei Ohtani on how a player who needs a translator can't be the face of the MLB. Today's focus is on Joon himself and his exciting journey to America and how he's been able to make his way to become one of a handful of Asian American sportswriters in major league sports. In this episode, we discuss:- Living in Boston as a Korean immigrant- How influential sports culture is in Boston compared to other places in the U.S.- When Joon realized he wanted a career in sports.- How the opportunity to speak with Stephen A. Smith about his comments on Shohei Ohtani came about- Wanting to make a difference and have an impact in professional sports- Have you always been vocal?- Joon landing his dream job and living the American dream- The best piece of advice- Where Joon sees himself in the next five years. You can follow Joon Lee on Instagram at @joon.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/asianmenswear)
We've got another Basic Bitch for your earholes, recorded on location at the 2am Club, one of our favorite (and maybe only?) dive bars in Mill Valley. The Bitch Talk family has reunited to go to an event for the film Like A Rolling Stone: The Life and Times of Ben Fong-Torres, but more importantly, because Erin is getting married this week! We get into our anticipation and excitement for the big day, and then Ange and Erin break down their experiences at the recent Women's March (defend our reproductive rights now!), and Producer Char talks about her recent trip to Nashville.Thanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 600 episodes without your help! --Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and thank you for being vaxxed!--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions
One of the foremost global leaders on social impact and innovation, Sonal Shah has started and led social impact efforts in academia, government, and the private and philanthropic sectors for over twenty-five years. She is the President of TAAF-The Asian American Foundation (TAAF), a convener, incubator, and funder committed to accelerating opportunity and prosperity for AAPI communities. TAAF supports advocates and organizations committed to AAPI causes so that together they can more effectively take action against hate and violence, and build the infrastructure needed to improve AAPI advocacy, power, and representation across American society.We talk about the huge spike of anti-hate crimes against the Asian American community the past few years, the main focus areas for TAAF, and how far back the history of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders goes in the United States.We also talk about our own childhood growing up in Houston as South Asians, how our generation perhaps internalized those feelings of being "the other", and why our own parents may have not had the bandwidth to comprehend racism when they immigrated to this country.Sonal discusses the importance of the Asian American narrative and certain cultural ideas that need to change, her own journey working with Obama and Mayor Pete Buttigieg, what she ultimately wants to be known for, and why she's ready to start a band.www.taaf.org
Back with another K-Pop episode! This time, we dive deep into the world of girl groups to see how our personal opinions of girl groups has evolved and also how girl groups act and are portrayed differently from debut to mid-stage to late-stage. We also explore the relationship between fan culture, management companies, and capitalism
Asian-American participation in the sports media world has been lacking which is one of the reasons the Barroom Network has launched The Double A-Team with Steven Negishi and Ken Fang. The two talk sports and then welcome Mike Chen to talk about his career in sports media.
If you haven't heard the latest news about the search for Gabby Petito, and the boyfriend with whom she was last seen, that information is not hard to come by. Ms. Petito and her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, embarked on a cross country trip in June. Ms. Petito was in touch with her parents throughout the summer until the end of August, when her communication stopped. Her parents reported her missing on September 11th. Brian Laundrie returned to his parents' home three days later, without Ms. Petito, and refused to speak with authorities. Ms. Petito's remains were found in Wyoming on September 19th. Brian Laundrie left his parents' home on September 14, and his whereabouts remain unknown. The FBI has issued a federal arrest warrant for him. More than a half a million people were reported missing in 2020. By the end of that year, about 89,000 missing person cases were active, and nearly 45% of those cases were people of color. But naming any of those victims based on news accounts of their fates is nearly impossible. Baltimoreans may remember the case of Phylicia Barnes, a young African American woman from North Carolina who was killed while visiting MD, and a missing Asian American woman, Lauren Cho, has attracted some media attention, but Gabby Petito, Natalee Holloway, Chandra Levy, Laci Peterson and others who have become national household names are White, and the vast majority of women and girls of color who are missing remain far outside the media spotlight. In 2004, the late PBS News Anchor Gwen Ifill coined the term, “Missing White Woman Syndrome,” referring to the fact that White women who are reported missing are much more likely to have their stories covered. Today on Midday, we'll examine this phenomenon, and explore why the coverage of missing people of color is so disproportionate. We begin with two scholars who study this issue. Dr. Danielle Slakoff is an assistant professor of Criminal Justice at Sacramento State University whose research focuses on media and crime. Dr. Slakoff joins us on Zoom from Sacramento. And Zach Sommers is an attorney with the firm of Kirkland and Ellis. He's also a criminologist who has studied the nexus of criminal law, race and the news media. He joins us on Zoom from Chicago. Later in the hour, we're joined by Natalie Wilson, who, along with her sister-in-law, Derrica Wilson, is a co-founder of The Black and Missing Foundation, a DC-based organization that works to bring media attention to cases involving missing persons of color. Natalie Wilson also joins us on Zoom, from Washington DC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bill Handel hosts KTLA 5's Rich DeMuro for this week's edition of 'Tech Tuesday'! The pair discuss the best options for televisions, as Handel's in the market for an upgrade. Also, Amazon has introduced a new payment method at their stores, and Rich gave it a try. Chris Little joins Bill for the Late Edition of Handel on the News. Windy weather continues to pummel Southern California, leaving trees down and power out for thousands, repeated warnings were issued to the pilot who crashed a plan into a home in San Diego County, killing two, and an Asian-American victim of an assault in Koreatown is terrified after the suspect was released within hours of their arrest.
Frank Exit is dead—or is he? While eavesdropping on two women discussing a dog-sitting gig over lunch, a bereft friend comes to a shocking realization: Frank has been reincarnated as a dog! This epiphany launches a series of adventures—interlaced with digressions about AI-generated fiction, virtual reality, Asian American identity in the arts, and lost parents—as an unlikely cast of accomplices and enemies pursues the mysterious canine. In elliptical, propulsive prose, Search History plumbs the depths of personal and collective consciousness, questioning what we consume, how we grieve, and the stories we tell ourselves.
Sara Blanchard, author, speaker, and podcaster, of the dynamic duo behind Dear White Women, joins Jerry on Episode 130 of Dear Asian Americans to share about her journey through her biracial identity as a Japanese American and what she wants to share with the world about creating a better world for our children. Dear White Women, the book co-authored by Sara Blanchard and Misasha Suzuki Graham, is out today everywhere!About SaraSara Blanchard is a facilitator, TEDx speaker, writer, and consultant who is passionate about building community and connection through conscious conversations. After graduating from Harvard and working at Goldman Sachs, Sara pursued the science and techniques of well-being and is a certified life coach, author of Flex Mom, and co-host of Dear White Women, a social justice podcast.Sara is biracial (Japanese and White), is married to a White Canadian man, and is raising their two White-presenting daughters to be compassionate, thoughtful advocates. They live in Denver, Colorado with their incredibly lovable dog.(Source: SaraBlanchard.com)Connect with Sarahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/sarablanchardauthor/https://www.instagram.com/dearwhitewomenpodcast/www.DearWhiteWomen.com// Support Dear Asian Americans:Merch: https://www.bonfire.com/store/dearasianamericans/Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/jerrywonLearn more about DAA Creator and Host Jerry Won:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jerrywon/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jerryjwon/// Listen to Dear Asian Americans on all major platforms:Transistor.fm: http://www.dearasianamericans.comApple: https://apple.dearasianamericans.comSpotify: https://spotify.dearasianamericans.comStitcher: https://stitcher.dearasianamericans.comGoogle: https://google.dearasianamericans.com Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/dearasianamericans Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/dearasianamericans Subscribe to our YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/dearasianamericans // Join the Asian Podcast Network:Web: https://asianpodcastnetwork.com/Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/asianpodcastnetwork/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asianpodcastnetwork/Dear Asian Americans is produced by Just Like Media:Web: http://www.justlikemedia.comInstagram.com: http://www.instagram.com/justlikemedia
Teen, Jong, and Chris discuss THAT Salon article (about the Asian American woman who didn't find Asian men attractive until she started watching Korean dramas), and the increasingly gloves-off Twitter spats between Asian American bluechecks that suggests a convergence of high-class and dirtbag Asian Twitter mentalities. Join us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/planamag TWITTER: Chris (@JesuInToast) Teen (@mont_jiang) Jong (@calicoarse) REFERENCED RESOURCES: K-Dramas Cured My Prejudice Against Asian Men | Salon: https://www.salon.com/2021/10/10/k-dramas-asian-men-tv-crash-landing-on-you/ Jay Caspian Kang's reaction to Jenn Fang's subtweet: https://twitter.com/jaycaspiankang/status/1447641759010283523?s=20 SUBMISSIONS & COMMENTS: firstname.lastname@example.org EFPA Opening Theme: "Fuck Out My Face" by Ayekay (open.spotify.com/artist/16zQKaDN5XgHAhfOJHTigJ)
In Jerry's words: Do you struggle with conflict? Does dealing with it make you uncomfortable? Through both work and volunteer leadership experiences, I've put together a simple framework for dealing with conflict. If you're looking for clarity in next steps, the confidence to do them, and closure after resolving the issue, you'll love today's episode! Jerry is a conflict resolution coach who helps Asian-American leaders advance in their career and life journeys. Having taken on several pharmacy leadership roles, Jerry started coaching in 2017 to help other Asian-American professionals deal with the conflict they encounter at work, with their culture, and within themselves. Prior to starting his coaching business, Jerry served as a pharmacist and began facilitating leadership workshops in 2012. Today, Jerry offers a range of coaching services, which includes individual coaching, group workshops, and keynote presentations. To learn more, you can visit https://www.adaptingleaders.com. 3 top tips for my audience: 1. Avoidance never helps. 2. Imagine how a successful conversation would go. 3. Script and rehearse key phrases. https://www.adaptingleaders.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/jerry-fu-pharmd-acc-53710187/ Special Offers. Schedule a complementary 30 minute consult ($75 value)! https://calendly.com/adaptingleaders/30min Wait, there is more!!! Have a look at www.mystepstosobriety.com to see which other books and projects I am involved in! And follow me on Instagram, Podcast, Facebook and Linkedin! https://stephanneff.podbean.com/ https://www.facebook.com/stepstosobriety/ https://www.instagram.com/stepstosobriety/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephan-neff-author/
It's been a long time since I last released anything but dammit, it feels great to be back. This episode, I'll be discussing all the "summer" movies I had the great pleasure of seeing this past year and what I'm looking forward to. Due to the length of this discussion, my previously planned back half of the episode got pushed and will be released next week as a bonus episode...or part two? That said, I'll just go ahead and consider this the season two premiere as I gear up for (hopefully) more episodes to be released in the future. Movies I'll be discussing in this episode include Shang-Chi, Black Widow, The Conjuring, Malignant, The Night House, Candy Man, In the Heights, Godzilla vs Kong and Mortal Kombat. Special Thanks to ANtarcticbreeze for the Royalty-Free song at the beginning and end. The song is called "Dream World" and you can find more from this artist on Soundcloud. As always you can find me on Twitter at PopCultureRSS or reach out to me at email@example.com. If you do feel so inclined, please share, subscribe and follow this podcast. If you would like more information or would like to donate to the Epilepsy Foundation, please check out their website at www.epilepsy.com. For those interested in finding more information about supporting the Asian-American community during these times, please visit stopaapihate.org. There you are free to donate or utilize their resources to report an incident or keep up to date with anything happening. #StopAsianHate #StopeAAPIHate --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mscpclifepod/support
For transracial adoptees and people of colour, the past 18 months have felt like an emotional gauntlet. At least, they have for us. From the murder of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, which saw a surge of the Black Lives Matter movement, to rising anti-Asian racism and the Atlanta shootings, to the disparate impacts of COVID-19 due to systemic racism and chronic underfunding in public health, there's been a lot to reckon with. To keep educating ourselves, and in the hopes of continuing and deepening some of our earlier conversations on race and the fight for racial justice, we reached out to our friend, Korean American adoptee Rebecca Kinney. Rebecca is an Associate Professor in the School of Cultural and Critical Studies and American Culture Studies at Bowling Green State University, Ohio. She is the author of numerous articles and the book Beautiful Wasteland: The Rise of Detroit as America's Postindustrial Frontier (University of Minnesota Press, 2016). She is a Fulbright Scholar Korea (2021-2022) and currently lives in Seoul. This is a thought-provoking, in-depth conversation that traverses the historical, personal, and political. First, she starts with a 20-minute primer on Asian American racial formation and settler colonialism - kind of like an audio lecture. Then Rebecca talks about finding her own ethnic identity as a Korean adoptee from the white working class suburbs of Detroit, before we discuss the barriers to solidarity amongst Asian Americans and POCs, and how we might confront anti-black racism as Asian adoptees. Finally, Rebecca talks about living in Korea and her current Fulbright research, before we end with an extended random question segment. We learned a lot from Rebecca and we hope you do too. To learn more about Rebecca's work, visit https://bgsu.academia.edu/RebeccaJKinney or get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org Donate to the Black Lives Matter Movement here: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ms_blm_homepage_2019
Because of the pervasive media coverage of Trumpism, Brexit, and the like, it is easy to assume that the dominant sentiment around the world is that mass migration is a new and terrifying phenomenon that could upend the world as we know it. However, that couldn't be further from the truth, and we've brought Parag Khanna, founder of FutureMap, to explain why. Not only has most of the world remained pragmatic about the topic, but mass migration has been occurring for decades, and although there are some exceptions, in the majority of cases, societies have absorbed the newcomers and the newcomers have assimilated remarkably well. Parag is an Asian-American who has also lived in Europe, and his personal perspective combined with the in-depth research that he has conducted around migration, sustainability, community, governance, citizenship and more, reveals a lot about what drives us to do the things we do, and offers a glimpse of what our future could look like. Key Points From This Episode: • Parag shares his thoughts on why the US should (hypothetically) buy Greenland. • The premise of Parag's new book, Move. • Two megatrends that are currently shaping the world. • Four potential futures that Parag thinks we are heading for. • Immigration policies in the UK, US, and Canada, and what these indicate about the future. • Changes in migration dynamics since Parag's school days, and what is driving those changes. • The sentiment amongst European politicians about migrants that Parag has picked up through his research. • How societies have historically dealt with mass migration. • High volumes of migration that take place in East and South-East Asia. • Value that lies in having civilizational confidence. • Parag explains how Germany is breaking open the definition of what German-ness is. • A brief analysis of the migration situation in the UAE. • Primary factors which motivate the migration of Western expats. • The nuanced nature of citizenship. • Sustainability, mobility, and connectivity from the perspective of the youth of today, and Parag's opinion on where these ideas emerged from. • How definitions of community have changed, and how they are changing now. • The important role that cities are going to play in coming migrations. • Parag explains what the mobile real estate phenomenon is, and what is driving it. • Why Parag does not think de-urbanization is a major trend, although it is being talked about as if it is. • Plans that Parag has for the future. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: https://www.paragkhanna.com/ (Parag Khanna) https://futuremap.io/ (Future Map) https://www.chartercitiesinstitute.org/ (Charter Cities Institute) https://www.facebook.com/Charter-Cities-Institute-424204888015721/ (Charter Cities Institute on Facebook) https://twitter.com/CCIdotCity (Charter Cities Institute on Twitter) Support this podcast
V. Chau is pushing back against their mother's preoccupation with their weight and eating habits. And psychologist Yuying Tsong, who studies Asian American body image, speaks with Juleyka about disordered eating within immigrant families.Our expert this week is Yuying Tsong, a psychologist and Professor in the Department of Human Services at California State University, Fullerton. Learn more about her/their work here. If you loved this episode, be sure to listen to When Mamí Has a Drinking Problem. and They Want More Family Time But You Don't.We'd love to hear your stories of triumph and frustration so send us a detailed voice memo to email@example.com. You might be on a future episode! Let's connect on Twitter and Instagram at @TalkToMamiPapi and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. And follow us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.
How do you decide which aspects of your life you share with which friends? In this catch-up episode, we chat about how our expectations about friends have evolved during the pandemic: How have our needs shifted, how did we realize they shifted, and which needs do we actively communicate?How do our friends approach hangouts with us differently, now that we've been sharing updates about lives publicly via our podcast?Why has Sophia paused using her finsta? How do we draw the line between what we share publicly vs what we only share with close friends?How might friendships and our attachment to productivity shift if we take small breaks from social media? Mentioned in this episode:Irene Kim's YouTube channelSerena Kim's ABG Transformation video@theNapMinistry Follow bamboo & glass on:⟡ instagram: @bambooandglass⟡ links to various platforms: beacons.ai/bambooandglass⟡ website: www.bambooandglass.buzzsprout.com⟡ Da Eun: @daeunkm⟡ Sophia: @sophiasysun Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/bambooandglass)
ON PATROL: STOPPING ANTI-ASIAN VIOLENCE ONE STREET AT A TIME is an award winning short documentary. Spurred by a rise in anti-Asian violence, 'Asians with Attitudes,' a volunteer-based evening patrol group in Oakland's Chinatown, has galvanized the Asian American community to become one of the loudest voices in the fight to stop Asian hate. You can watch the film and festival all day today for FREE HERE: https://vimeo.com/613699177 Conversation with filmmaker/journalist Shako Liu on the making of the film. Subscribe to the podcast: https://twitter.com/wildsoundpod https://www.instagram.com/wildsoundpod/ https://www.facebook.com/wildsoundpod
On this episode we discuss Squid Game, the global phenomenon taking Netflix by storm! Join us as we dive into the themes, scenes, and sexy characters that stood out as we watched this show about a death game pitting debt-ridden competitors against each other in a series of children's games in South Korea. Spoiler Warning:Note that our discussions of the show will include spoilers on events and themes of the show, we recommend you watch this amazing show on Netflix before listening to our discussion (segment begins around 23:00).What's Popping? - Bad Art Friend, Babysitters Club Season 2, Iron WidowFollow our hosts:Marvin Yueh - @marvinyuehJess Ju - @jessjutweetsHanh Nguyen - @hanhonymousFollow the show and engage with us at @goodpopclubPart of the Potluck Podcast CollectiveProduced by HappyEcstatic Media
Við elskum þig, Raja! It means ‘We Love You, Raja!' in Icelandic and we really do love her. She's the winner of Season 3 of RuPaul's Drag Race, and the very first Asian American to win a Drag Race franchise title in 2011. We discuss Asian representation on Drag Race and the big changes that television brought to her career. Raja is kind of a big deal and has even guest starred as herself on The Simpsons. Because she is so iconic, we had to ask her about her influences including her time working as a fashion forward makeup artist for industry giants such as Iman, Twiggy, Alex Lambert, Tyra Banks, and more! These days she's got her very own podcast with Delta Work in which they discuss beauty, culture, and the most unforgettable moments from their club days. Don't miss this episode of Drag Time with Heklina! Support Drag Time with Heklina by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/drag-time-with-heklina
Welcome to Flash Back Friday! With 600+ episodes, we're excited to revisit some of our favorites with our new listeners (and maybe new to our regular listeners). This week we're excited to highlight a film that's streaming and available in select theaters nationwide, Seyran Ates: Sex, Revolution and Islam.Seyran Ates is a bisexual human rights activist, lawyer, and female imam who is fighting the patriarchy and changing the face of Islam toward a more just and equal world. Sounds easy, right? We sit down with director/writer Nefise Ozkal Lorentzen about why she felt compelled to share this story, some interesting challenges she had along the way, what a sexual revolution really means, and our ability to create change. Seyran Ates: Sex, Revolution and Islam is a powerful documentary that is certain to both inspire you, and show you what a more equitable world can look like.You can follow director/writer Nefise Ozkal Lorentzen on IG & Twitter & FBFollow Seyran Ates: Sex, Revolution and Islam at Integral FilmThanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 600 episodes without your help! --Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and thank you for being vaxxed!--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanhwestover/) talks with Jerry Fu about common mistakes to avoid when dealing with conflict. See the video here: https://youtu.be/GUYYpBzP5pU. Jerry Fu (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jerry-fu-pharmd-acc-53710187/) is a conflict resolution coach who helps Asian-American leaders advance in their career and life journeys. Having taken on several pharmacy leadership roles, Jerry started coaching in 2017 to help other Asian-American professionals deal with the conflict they encounter at work, with their culture, and within themselves. Prior to starting his coaching business, Jerry served as a pharmacist and began facilitating leadership workshops in 2012. Today, Jerry offers a range of coaching services, which includes individual coaching, group workshops, and keynote presentations. Check out Dr. Westover's new book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/bluerthanindigo. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/leadershipalchemy. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/hci-magazine. Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/performance_management_podcasts/ Ranked #6 Workplace Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/workplace_podcasts/ Ranked #7 HR Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/hr_podcasts/ Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/talent_management_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/personal_development_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/leadership_podcasts/
Meet our next guest on our livestream speaker series: VIVIAN LIN! Vivian is a corporate marketer turned entrepreneur and “lady lash boss”, owning multiple Deka Lash studios in Boston. She grew up Asian-American in one of the most historic colonial towns in America and has walked life in Washington DC, New York City and Asia, where she became American-Asian. With a BA in Psychology and Women's Studies from Williams College and an MBA from Columbia University, her passion in coaching comes from helping women managers and entrepreneurs find their true personal and professional poise, especially when navigating transitional and emotional times. When she has free time, she loves exploring the world with her three kids, running marathons, and nurturing her flower garden. In addition to sharing insights into her journey as a coach, Vivian offers tips on making progress and peace when you have a full plate and are navigating change. Vivian is a graduate of Magic Makers Coach Certification, a powerhouse program dedicated to helping you master the craft AND business of intuitive coaching online. We are now accepting applications for our next class. This is our 7th year offering this program with live coaching and support, and the upcoming class is the FINAL live round of the program. I'm so excited to see who joins us for this game-changing experience! Details + application > http://MagicMakersCoach.com. Tune in to this episode of COACH MAGIC and get inspired to take the next right step in your work.
Asian Americans are the most represented racial group in white-collar jobs, but not in higher level managerial positions. In this episode, we explore the reason why, and give you ways to break through the bamboo ceiling.Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is:RIFRUF (@rifrufqueens)- Designing driven dog shoes www.rifrufqueens.comPaper Project (@paperproject_ny)- Natural and functional products made with Japanese paper yarn. Anti- Odor, Dry touch, Moisture Wicking www.paper project my.comFind us on Social Media:@blackandyellowpodcastAlana J. Webster: @renegadeoffunKaytie Ohashi : @disvillainsscholar / Podcast: @wwofdisvillainsTikTok: @disvillainsscholarEmail us: email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
**Disclaimer: This episode contains discussion about drug, alcohol use, sexual abuse, and addiction.** The topic of addiction is rather taboo in Asian culture, so it is often unaddressed and misunderstood. Many people are unaware, uneducated, unprepared, and suffer alone. Research has found that Asian-Americans between 18 and 25 drank heavily although they were considered a “low-risk group” with alcohol abuse, and that 14% of Asian-Americans or Pacific Islanders between 18 to 25 need substance abuse treatment — which is only slightly lower than the 21% average of other ethnic groups. September was National Recovery Month, and we were lucky to have Yvette join us in this conversation. Yvette is a Filipino-American, and certified addiction specialist. Yvette works with AADAP - The Asian American Drug Abuse Program dedicated to serving Asian Pacific Islanders and other under-served communities with substance abuse services throughout Los Angeles County. She's here with us today to share her personal experience with addiction. This episode was edited by Michelle Hsieh. ___ P A R T N E R S mentioned in this episode: - Audible: Visit audible.com/abg or text abg to 500 500. - Aurate: Get 20% off your first order at AurateNewYork.com/abg with code abg. - Betterhelp: Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/abg10. - Jinjer Oil: Get 20% off your first order at jinjer.us/abg. - LinkedIn Creator Accelerator: Visit LinkedIn.com/creators to apply today. - Skillshare: Get 1 month free trial of premium membership at skillshare.com/abg. S H O U T OU T ! - Give a shoutout on the podcast here. S U B S C R I B E T O U S ! - @asianbossgirl on Apple Podcasts / Spotify / YouTube / Instagram / Twitter / Facebook - More about us at asianbossgirl.com E – M A I L U S ! - firstname.lastname@example.org S U P P O R T U S ! - merch: asianbossgirl.myshopify.com - donation: anchor.fm/asianbossgirl/support Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode, we welcome author Chandra Prasad, who joins us to chat about her latest novel Mercury Boys. We chat with Chandra about her origins as a writer, as well as what inspired her to write Mercury Boys, a genre-blending novel featuring teen melodrama mixed with some low-fi sci-fiction and fantasy (oh and also hot boys from the past)!Follow Chandra on twitter at @chandrabooks and check out her book A Clash of Steel on sale now!*Buy the book & support the podcast at our bookshop *---Books and Boba Merch is on sale not! Check out our official apparel & tote bags at: https://www.bonfire.com/store/booksandboba/Pre-orders for this first run close on October 21.---Follow our hosts:Reera Yoo (@reeraboo)Marvin Yueh (@marvinyueh)Follow us:FacebookTwitterGoodreads GroupThe Books & Boba October 2021 pick is The Inugami Clan by Seishi YokomizoThis podcast is part of Potluck: An Asian American Podcast Collective
On today's episode of Colorado Edition, we revisit some of our favorite stories from the last few months. We learn about efforts to make outdoor spaces more accessible for people with disabilities, and hear how one Colorado community is recovering after a devastating wildfire. We also speak with the first Asian American food editor at 5280 Magazine.
Asian American bakers are melding ingredients from their heritage with "traditional" American and European pastries in a celebration of their bicultural identities. Sam Butarbutar and Wenter Shyu of Third Culture Bakery talk about identity, baking and loss. And, the Emmy Award-winning documentary "76 Days" gives a fly-on-the-wall view of what was happening inside the intensive care units on the frontline of the coronavirus crisis in Wuhan, China. Director Hao Wu joins us.
Jay Caspian Kang, opinion writer for The New York Times and The New York Times Magazine and the author of the forthcoming The Loneliest Americans (Crown, 2021), talks about how he thinks Asian-Americans -- a large and not monolithic group -- fit into American society. Plus, shares his thoughts on the recent demographic shifts of many suburban school districts.
Our podcast goes on mute once every three months to de-center our voice and instead raise importance Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latinx, People of Color, Disabled, Neurodivergent, and LGBTQA+ voices in our community. Please follow, donate, celebrate, and/or support who you learn from below ! SUGGESTED MEDIA:Open Letter to the Music Therapy Community on Justice and Equity by Dr. Natasha Thomas and Dr. Marisol Norris EVENTS/TRAININGSIntro to Anti-Ableism through Music Therapy Academy Confronting Racism, Discrimination and Othering: Perspectives from Around the World through the William Alanson White Institute PEOPLE TO FOLLOWDecolonizing the music roomBlack Creative Arts Therapy Black Creative Healing Black Music Therapy NetworkDisability ReframedDisability VisibilityLatinxTherapyLatinx Social Work Indigenizing Arts EdMentally LGBTQ PODCAST EPISODE SUGGESTIONS: Necessary Expressions: Allowing Black Pain Into Therapeutic Spaces from the Chronicles of a Play Therapist with Althea T. SimpsonUnderstanding Play Therapy Interventions for Black Children Affected By Racial Trauma with Arron Muller, LMSW from Chronicles of a Play Therapist with Althea T. SimpsonDear Asian Americans PodcastDisability and the Arts: How can we make the Arts Accessible for Patrons? from Disarming DisabilityDisability Basics: What are the Intersections of Race and Disability? from Disarming DisabilityDisability and the Arts: What are the Barriers for Professional Artists? from Disarming DisabilityCode Switch – Finding ‘A Perfect Match'The Accessible Stall Disability After DarkStill Processing PodcastLGBTQ&AYOUTUBE CONTENT SUGGESTIONS:Creative Vibes Music Therapy – The Untold History of Music TherapyCreative Vibes Music Therapy – Racial Inequity in Music Therapy ARTICLES/BOOKS"Ignoring The History Of Anti-Asian Racism Is Another Form Of Violence" article by Connie Wun"How to support Asian American colleagues amid the recent wave of anti-Asian violence" by Jennifer LiuAnti-Racist Resource Guide by Victoria AlexanderAnti-Racist Resource List Deaf Culture and Community The Deaf Community Challenges that still exist for the Deaf Celebrating National Deaf Awareness Month (AND ALL YEAR LONG!)The Milan Conference: When Sign Language Was Almost DestroyedDONATEHate Is A Virus - Raising $1 MILLION to give back to local and national community organizations that are providing pivotal services and programs for our community. This includes programs related to mental health, better protections for our elderly, AAPI representation, solidarity-building and more. -Also you can donate to many of the content creators above!!! Have feedback? Fill out our anonymous survey to let us know your thoughts, concerns, questions, suggestions, and feedback. For us to serve you better, we need to hear YOUR voice!
For today's Spotlight episode, I'm excited to welcome Bryan Pham to the show. He's the co-founder of the Asian Hustle Network, a network focused on highlighting, empowering, and amplifying Asian American entrepreneurs worldwide, and has amassed over 100K members in less than two years. In addition, Bryan is also the founder of The Asian Hustle Network Podcast where he has interviewed over 100 entrepreneurs worldwide.This episode will focus on Bryan Pham and his journey creating the highly successful community The Asian Hustle Network.In this episode, we discuss:- Bryan's upbringing and where he gets his hustle from- Asians being extremely segregated- Seeing a lack in the professional space for Asian Americans - When Bryan decided to take Asian Hustle Network to the next level- What traits/qualities are essential to become a successful entrepreneur?- How to create a sustainable business with the Asian Hustle Network- What is the long-term vision for The Asian Hustle Network- Ben shares his best piece of adviceYou can follow Bryan Pham on Instagram at @bryanvuongpham.SOCIAL MEDIA:The Asian Menswear Podcast -- @asianmenswearpodMike Tran -- @asianmenswearLeo Chan -- @levitatestyleCONTACT US:email@example.comJOIN THE OFFICIAL ASIAN MENSWEAR COMMUNITY ON DISCORD:The Official Asian Menswear CommunitySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/asianmenswear)
We're basic bitching about some important life lessons after Ange attempts to go to church, and Producer Char brings Prime Rib leftovers on a plane. Trust us, it's more traumatic (and hilarious!) then it sounds. And then we cap off the episode with an interview from Sundance 2021 with two of our favorite guests, director duo extraordinaire Betsy West and Julie Cohen. Their documentary, My Name is Pauli Murray, is available to stream on Amazon, and to watch in select theaters near you. This is one of our favorite documentaries of the year about a woman who was born in 1910, and has been a trailblazer for everything we're still fighting for today, including women's rights, the LGBTQ community, and Black Lives Matter. Support independent filmmakers and learn about this incredible person!You can follow director Julie Cohen on TwitterYou can follow director Betsy West on Instagram and TwitterThanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 600 episodes without your help! --Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and thank you for being vaxxed!--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions
Whether you go back every chance you get, or you haven't been at all, the "Motherland" can be a mystical place that represents so much - from our cultural heritage, to our familial roots, to even just random memories or references from media. Today we try to define the term in our own words by describing what the Motherland truly represents in our personal lives. From pre-trip rituals (nut shopping anyone?) to language anxiety to getting questioned by the TSA, we delve into some of our favorite memories together in this wholesome, bittersweet episode! Follow us on IG! @eatyourcrustpod Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/eatyourcrust)
It's another edition of the Away Mission, in which invite fellow Asian American fans of Star Trek to do a deep dive into an episode of their choosing. We welcome writer Nicole Chung to discuss "Family" from season four of Star Trek: The Next Generation. So pass a bottle of the '47. It's time to get muddy in the vineyard.
In this episode of Technically Speaking, our host Harrison Wheeler talks to Jay Demetillo, lead designer at Grab in the Singapore team. Jay tells us about the differences he's found since moving to South East Asia almost four years ago, both in the social aspect of life as well as in the design scene and the workflow within companies. What can we learn about Asian design and what has Jay been bringing to the table? Join in and listen to how to navigate cultural differences and contribute to growing the UX community abroad. Jump straight into: (01:35) - Who is Jay Demetillo? His journey through the design world and his transition into the design scene in Singapore. (05:35) - Cultivating a bigger design scene in SouthEast Asia through events, podcasts, and clubs. (07:49) - Clubhouse vs. Spaces: The pros and cons of different audio platforms and how they've helped people connect during the pandemic. (13:30) - Working in South East Asia: The cultural differences in the product design process. (16:30) - Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling: The participation of Asian Americans in high-level positions in the U.S. and managing a team on an Asian multicultural company. (24:59) - Working from 9 am to 9 pm, six days a week: How to find balance and wellness in a super hard-working culture. (27:30) - Jay's side hustle: Building a sustainable eco-friendly shoe company and the story behind it. (30:38) - A piece of advice for young designers: “There's always been a seat at the table. We just haven't sat down yet.” Episode Resources: Connect with Jay Demetillo through https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasondemetillo/?originalSubdomain=sg (LinkedIn), https://twitter.com/asianxjay (Twitter), andhttps://www.instagram.com/asianxjay/?hl=es ( Instagram). https://www.jasondemetillo.com/ (Jason Demetillo) https://www.amazon.com/-/es/Jane-Hyun/dp/0060731222 (Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling by Jane Hyun) Traces | https://podcasts.apple.com/hu/podcast/traces/id1524290205 (Apple Podcast) | https://open.spotify.com/show/29LXWjJOJoBmaEaMevtvi6 (Spotify) https://automattic.com/ (AUTOMATTIC) Support this podcast
One of the very first guests on Mamas Talkin' Loud, Pearl Sun, rejoined Cara and Jess a month ago to talk about her unexpected return to Broadway. From resuming 8 shows a week after spending more time than she ever has with her son Max, to her anxiety about moving through the city as an Asian American, her emotions ran the gamut. However, she looked toward the reopening of Come From Away with more hope than hesitation, and most importantly compassion for herself and others. Find more info about the podcast via BPN.fm/mamas. Produced by Dori Berinstein and Alan Seales. Edited by Cara Cooper Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A year of violence and fear has reshaped the way Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders look at themselves and politics. POLITICO's Rishika Dugyala breaks down the key takeaways from a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll. Plus, Fauci sees hope in Merck's new Covid drug. And Trump says he'd beat DeSantis in a potential GOP primary. Rishika Dugyala is a digital strategy editor for POLITICO. Jeremy Siegel is a host for POLITICO Dispatch. Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the senior producer of POLITICO audio. Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Read more: Trauma and Trump make Asian American voters a more cohesive bloc, new poll reveals Take part in our 2021 podcast survey.
Early in 2021, Dr. Kwong started a movement to challenge self-professing Christian politicians in D.C. (and their pastors) to admit that they were spewing hateful, racist rhetoric that was damaging their Asian American countrymen and fomenting the belief that China poses the biggest threat to this country. Was this incredibly naive on Kwong's part, or did he have another outcome in mind?