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Hosts and life-long best friends Angela Lin and Jesse Lin explore their identities as Asian-Americans through the lens of their first-generation upbringings and how those influences have shaped how they see the world and their place in it. Each episode explores a different topic of identity or common struggle, with many episodes featuring special guests from both the Asian and broader POC communities bringing their unique perspectives, showing us that there's so much more that connects us th ...
 
A podcast where two Asian American guys discuss various topics, invite and interview exceptional guests to share their stories and provide practical advice to help guys become the best version of themselves. Mike Tran is the creator of the Asian Menswear brand, the largest online Asian American male community, followed by notable Asian American figures such as DJ Steve Aoki, Director Jon M. Chu, TV Host Lisa Ling, and NFL Player Younghoe Koo, to name a few. Leo Chan is a menswear and lifesty ...
 
The Center for Asian American Christianity is a thought leader in the areas of Asian American theology and ministry. We curate a forward-thinking conversation about the issues confronting Asian American churches at ltiaa.com Learn more about the Center for Asian American Christianity at https://www.ptsem.edu/academics/center-for-asian-american-christianity
 
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.
 
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.
 
We are a non-for-profit podcast that documents stories from established Asian professionals to empower young Asians around the globe to pursue unconventional career paths. Hosted by Dominic Zhai. New episodes every Friday. Learn more about the show at whyyounodoctor.com/podcast and follow us on social media @wyndpodcast!
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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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This #GivingTuesday, please consider supporting Centering with a donation at fuller.edu/giveAACAnd stay tuned for Season 8 of Centering launching THIS week - with Professor Janette Ok interviewing other biblical scholars on biblical scholarship for the Asian American church.Oleh Centered: Resources for the Asian American Church
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 55! In today’s In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) Encore Episode, we revisit Season 1, Episode 49 where we discuss Shih Yang, the most famous and accomplished pirate ever who just happened to be a Chinese woman. Her incredible life made her one of the most influential pirates in history not just in Asia. We also took time to…
 
We're all searching for the "one," but what if there was more than one "one" for you out there? What would it take to work it out with multiple loves in your life? We've talked about dating and open relationships before, and we're taking it one step further with a discussion on polyamory. Many of you brought up this type of relationship structure o…
 
Billy Taing and Diane Ujiiye, Co-Directors of API RISE, invite you into conversation about humanizing sisters, brothers, and siblings who have endured war, poverty, refugee camps, and the “crimmigration” system. Join them in learning about counteracting stigma and the shame of being incarcerated and undocumented. --- Send in a voice message: https:…
 
In this podcast episode, I discuss and document my journeys and experiences reaching the digital nomad lifestyle that allows you to travel while working. Many people dream of this life; “Travel” is often the first world that comes out of people’s mouthes when asked what they could do if money wasn’t an issue. I am… Continue reading How to Travel an…
 
Since Americas inception, immigrants have shown their gratitude to this country through military service. We Are American Soldiers is a short documentary film capturing the stories of Chinese Americans who served this country during World War II, only to return home to face discrimination. We Are American Soldiers tells one mans story of immigratin…
 
In Heathen: Religion and Race in American History (Harvard University Press, 2022), Kathryn Gin Lum shows how the idea of the “heathen” has been maintained from the colonial era to the present in religious and secular discourses—discourses, specifically, of race. Race continues to operate as a heathen inheritance in the United States, animating Ame…
 
In this Barbershop Talk episode, Mike and Leo share their thoughts on Jeremy Lin's latest documentary "38 at The Garden, a pair of Levi's from the 1800s with an anti-Chinese slogan that sells for 87K, and the best-selling novel "Interior Chinatown" get TV series adaptation. 0:45 - Topic #1 - 1880's Levi's Jeans Fetches 76,000 2:45 - Leo was unaware…
 
Re-Air of Episode 133 from November 30th, 2021 in celebration of Berna's new book Money Out Loud: All the Financial Stuff No One Taught Us (pre-order now!) // 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 i…
 
J.S. Park, author, hospital chaplain, husband and father, joins Dear Asian Americans to talk about finding hope and optimism in people. J.S. shares about his family’s Korean American origin story, the moment he knew he was meant to be a chaplain, and the power of community. Listen in as Jerry and J.S. discuss navigating the relationships with our p…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 54! In today’s In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) Encore Episode, we revisit Season 1, Episode 43 where we discuss The Bamboo Ceiling and the Sticky Floor… terminology that refers to the limitations that are often in place keeping Asian American and Pacific Islanders outside of management and executive roles. This is especia…
 
As many of you know, Angela has been living that digital nomad life for the past year and a half. In this episode, we talk about how the pandemic has opened up remote work possibilities, including how governmental bodies (from countries down to cities) are trying to attract this newly mobile class of workers through generous digital nomad visas to …
 
A very special episode of Dear Asian Americans this week as we highlight another Just Like Media podcast, The Janchi Show, for National Adoptee Awareness Month (NAAM). Jerry and Patrick, one of the show's cohosts, chat about NAAM and the Asian American adoptee experience before sharing their most recent episode, which covers a whole host of topics,…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 53! In today’s In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) Encore Episode, we revisit one of our favorite interviews that originally aired Season 1, Episode 37. Professor Naoko Wake is the author of American Survivors: Trans-Pacific Memories of Hiroshima and Nagasaki published by Cambridge University Press. She is a historian of gend…
 
Inspired by a viral TikTok video Angela made about her uninsured dental experience in Korea a few months ago, we're discussing some of the ways healthcare is different outside of vs. inside the U.S.As a self-employed freelancer, navigating the world of uninsured life after years of Corporate America-backed insurance plans has been... quite an adjus…
 
Panel speakers will share personal stories about growing up with sewing mothers and grandmothers during the decades when practically every Chinese immigrant family in New York City included garment factory workers - the hard work and long hours, the social environment and friendships, union benefits and programs, and the strength, solidarity and ac…
 
When the Berlin Wall fell, Germany united in a wave of euphoria and solidarity. Also caught in the current were Vietnamese border crossers who had left their homeland after its reunification in 1975. Unwilling to live under socialism, one group resettled in West Berlin as refugees. In the name of socialist solidarity, a second group arrived in East…
 
Stay True (Doubleday: 2022), the new memoir from Hua Hsu, is a coming-of-age story about the writer’s time in the University of California in Berkeley, where he tries to become a writer–and becomes a bit of a music snob. He builds a close friendship with another Asian-American student, Ken, very different from Hua, about which he writes in the book…
 
Joseph Juhn, lawyer-turned-filmmaker, joins Dear Asian Americans to talk about his documentary Chosen, which follows five Korean Americans of vastly diverse backgrounds and competing political views as they run for US Congress in 2020. Joseph shares how the documentary came to be, his path from lawyer to filmmaker, and how his family became Korean …
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 52! In today’s In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) Encore Episode, we dig back to Season 1, Episode 21 where we began our series of ‘Merica’s Forgotten Massacres (MFM) where we discuss the history of anti-Asian massacres and lynchings in the United States. In this first installment we talked about the Chinese Massacre of 1871…
 
Have you ever thought about what racism looks like in other countries, especially Asian countries? We're exploring that this week through the lens of Angela's travel experience in Korea and Japan, as well as stories told by those living in these countries. Racism is a difficult subject to broach in largely homogeneous countries. While there are cer…
 
Part 2 - Today's episode is our level-up series, and we'll talk about how you can upgrade your style for this upcoming fall/winter season. We're going to break down GQ's 16 Men's Fashion Trends for 2022 with the help of our cohost Leo, a fashion/style expert. You should have some ideas on how to level up your wardrobe when you're done listening. Li…
 
Vice President Kamala Harris joins Dear Asian Americans to talk about the importance of getting loud and staying loud for our communities. Vice President Harris shares her mother’s journey to becoming Asian American, the impact of culture on her life growing up, and her sense of duty to “be the first, but not the last” in her work. Listen in as Jer…
 
In a vibrant and illuminating follow-up to her award-winning story collection, Useful Phrases for Immigrants, May-lee Chai's latest collection Tomorrow in Shanghai (Blair, 2022) explores multicultural complexities through lenses of class, wealth, age, gender, and sexuality--always tracking the nuanced, knotty, and intricate exchanges of interperson…
 
In her CUNY FORUM essay, writer Vina Orden discusses quincentennial commemoration of the Magellan-Elcano circumnavigation across the Pacific to South America, through the Strait of Magellan, and across the Pacific to Guam and the Philippines. What exactly was being commemorated depended on who you asked. Here, Orden presents a critique of colonial …
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 51! In today’s In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) Encore Episode, we dig back to Season 1, Episode 4 on the life of Larry Kwong, the first person to break the color barrier in the National Hockey League. Nicknamed The China Clipper and King Kwong, he hasn’t gotten nearly enough recognition for his many accomplishments. For e…
 
It's spooky season! Are you a fan of All Hallows' Eve? Do you love to watch horror movies and spook yourself with scary stories? If so, this week's titillating episode of Asia-based Reddit horror stories is just for you. Jesse shares his scary story find about a young group of travelers camping in the wrong forest in Japan. Angela follows up with h…
 
Today's episode is our level-up series, and we're going to talk about how you can upgrade your style for this upcoming fall/winter season. We're going to break down GQ's 16 Men's Fashion Trends for 2022 with the help of our cohost Leo, a fashion/style expert. You should have some ideas on how to level up your wardrobe when you're done listening. Li…
 
Today I will be talking to Carly Buxton about her book Unthinking collaboration: American Nisei in transwar Japan, which came out this year [2022] with the University of Hawaiʹi Press. Unthinking Collaboration uncovers the little-known history of Japanese Americans who spent World War II in Japan. Japanese Americans who found themselves in Japan du…
 
Jerry and Patrick sit down and reflect on Dear Asian Americans: how Jerry has changed, some pivotal moments, some favorite ones, and the doors that have opened up because of the show. Be a guest on the show: http://bit.ly/DAA-guests It’s that time again. Time to catch up with family. Time to share that home cooking that you’ve been craving. And yes…
 
During World War II, Elaine Black Yoneda, the daughter of Russian Jewish immigrants, spent eight months in a concentration camp--not in Europe, but in California. She did this voluntarily and in solidarity, insisting on accompanying her husband, Karl, and their son, Tommy, when they were incarcerated at the Manzanar Relocation Center. Surprisingly,…
 
Despite the fact that two thirds of U.S. Buddhists identify as Asian American, mainstream perceptions about what it means to be Buddhist in America often whitewash and invisibilize the diverse, inclusive, and intersectional communities that lie at the heart of American Buddhism. Be the Refuge is both critique and celebration, calling out the erasur…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 50! It’s another In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) Encore Episode. It's Diwali! So this time we’re featuring A History of Indian Food in America which originally aired Season 1, Episode 23. We provide a little history and then focus on the differences between Indian food here in the U.S. vs India. Interested in getting some…
 
I asked what my email subscribers wanted and a couple of them responded back that they’re curious about the inner workings of my online business. While I’m surprised since I mostly talk about personal development rather than online business, I’m not too surprised since it isn’t the first time I’ve been asked this. I even… Continue reading How I Gre…
 
Do you ever wonder where the soul goes after you die? Do you believe that there is a life between lives that you could experience as your soul-self? This week's episode is focused on learning more about that specific experience - a life between lives regression. Angela walks us through her experience with this type of regression therapy as a step u…
 
In today’s podcast episode, I decide to talk about dating for Asian men. It’s been a while since I’ve addressed this topic, and it’s very interesting. That’s because even though there’s been a lot more content, awareness, discussion, and advice over the last decade, I still see hordes of Asian men who fit a nerdy,… Continue reading We Need To Talk …
 
In this episode, we discuss a special issue of The Journal of Asian American Studies: “Reckoning with the Interdiscipline.” This special issue, first conceived in 2018, reflects on fifty years since the 1968 West Coast institutionalization of ethnic studies as a distinct discipline, and forty years since the establishment of AAAS as an identifiable…
 
John C. Yang, President & Executive Director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice - AAJC, joins Dear Asian Americans to talk about the work Asian Americans Advancing Justice is doing for our community. John shares how the Yang family became Asian American, his experience growing up in the midwest, and how his pathway to citizenship sparked his inte…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 49! This is an #ICYMI (In Case You Missed It) Encore Episode. Originally airing as Episode 16 in Season 1, we were celebrating International Women’s Day and did a profile on Anna May Wong, the first Asian American actress and style icon extraordinaire. With the recent announcement that she will be featured on a U.S. qua…
 
Are we in a recession?! Whatever you wanna call it, things sure are expensive right now! In this mini episode, we invite Angela's husband Ramon back on the show to weigh in as someone who follows macroeconomic trends closely. We start by clarifying some confusing economic terms that are flooding the headlines right now: inflation, interest rates, r…
 
In this Barbershop Talk episode, Mike and Leo unpack how height plays a role in finding a partner, AI influencers/Deep fakes, and the release of the upcoming show 'Asian Born Chinese' featuring Chinese mythology and gods on Disney+. 1:51 - Leo talks about expediting his LA plans -Talking to a realtor 3:25 - Leo putting down an offer for a home in L…
 
Frank Chi, filmmaker, artist, and storyteller, joins Dear Asian Americans to talk about his new documentary, 38 at the Garden, a story that’s both about Jeremy Lin’s meteoric rise in the NBA in early 2012 and the impact it had on the Asian American community at large. Frank shares about his own origin story immigrating from China, the impact movies…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 48! This is an #ICYMI (In Case You Missed It) Encore Episode. Originally airing as Episode 5, this has been one of our favorite episodes we ever researched, recorded, and published. We talk about the first Asians in America... Spoilers, it's not the Chinese. Since it’s Filipino American History Month, it seems like anot…
 
Have you ever wondered if you could know your best friend even more deeply? We're going to answer that question for you this week as we play 36 Questions to Fall in Love for our 100th episode celebration (we only had time to answer 20 though, lol!). It's both incredible and humbling to have been doing our podcast for over 2.5 years. What started as…
 
If an eighteenth-century parson told you that the difference between "civilization and heathenism is sky-high and star-far," the words would hardly come as a shock. But that statement was written by an American missionary in 1971. In a sweeping historical narrative, Kathryn Gin Lum shows how the idea of the heathen has been maintained from the colo…
 
In this Barbershop Talk episode, Mike and Leo explore the different categories Asian men fall under, how our environment shapes who we are, and what is considered Asian American culture. 1:20 - What do you think of when you think of "Banana" within the Asian community 2:20 - Describing the different categories Asian American men fall under 3:50 - M…
 
The first biography of trailblazing legislator Patsy Takemoto Mink, best known as the legislative champion of Title IX. "Every girl in Little League, every woman playing college sports, and every parent-including Michelle and myself-who watches their daughter on a field or in the classroom is forever grateful to the late Patsy Takemoto Mink."-Presi…
 
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