Celebrating AAPI Heritage Month
16 hours ago | 53 minutes
Episode 115: A Letter to Our Parents
Why is verbalizing or expressing love to our parents so hard? Growing up, many of us did not use words of affirmation as a love language with our parents. It could be mostly due to our contrasting generational Asian upbringing or the difference in language. Regardless, there are so many unspoken words of love and gratitude that we haven’t shared with them. As kids, we saw our parents as the people who’d nag us, drive us to our practices, automatically pack our lunch boxes for us, etc. However, as we get older, we start to see them as more than just our moms or dads. We start to see them as humans and understand the struggle that they came from to truly provide the best for us, their children. Today, we take the time to read letters that we each wrote to express our appreciation, love, and unspoken words to our moms and dads. Also, Happy (belated) Mother's Day to all the mom and mom figures out there! This episode was edited by Michelle Hsieh. ___ P A R T N E R S mentioned in this episode: - All of Us: Get a $25 gift card, personalized genetic ancestry & traits results, and one of 10,000 Fitbit devices at joinallofus.org/abg - Skillshare: Get a free trial of Premium Membership at skillshare.com/abg - BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/ABG10 - Thrive Causemetics: Get 15% off your first order at thrivecausemetics.com/ABG - AcornTV: Get 30 days free at acorn.tv with code: abg - Butcher Box: Get a free BBQ Bundle in your first box (2 NY strip steaks, 6 burgers, and 5 lbs of drumsticks) at butcherbox.com/ABG 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 ! - email@example.com S U P P O R T U S ! - merch: asianbossgirl.myshopify.com - donation: anchor.fm/asianbossgirl/support --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/asianbossgirl/message
7 days ago | 41 minutes
Jet Tila on His Questionable Tattoos & Asian Representation in Food Culture
Jet Tila shares his childhood in the first Thai market in the US in LA, Tournament of Champions experience, and the stories behind his many tattoos. This week on Food Network Obsessed, host Jaymee Sire sits down with Jet Tila to talk about their brief time as floor reporters on the Iron Chef franchise and the time he avoided an awkward encounter with Jaymee. They dive into the unique challenges of Tournament of Champions and why it’s the show Jet wants to win the most. He talks about his favorite Food Network memories (and people) and the chef’s tattoo that almost was (but that he ultimately didn’t get). Jet dives into his childhood growing up in the first Thai restaurants and markets in Los Angeles, the staple ingredients he always grabs at an Asian supermarket, and what it means to him to represent and elevate Asian cuisine in the food world. Connect with the podcast: https://www.foodnetwork.com/shows/food-network-obsessed-the-official-podcast-of-food-network Follow Food Network on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foodnetwork Follow Jaymee on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jaymeesire Follow Jet on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jettila Learn more about Tournament of Champions: https://www.foodnetwork.com/shows/tournament-of-champions Start Your Free Trial of discovery+: https://www.discoveryplus.com/foodobsessedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
15 days ago | 40 minutes
The Chaos Machine: An Endless Hole
Yowei gets a tip about Russian trolls in Stockton, California and falls down a hole of swirling conspiracy theories. At the center is a scrappy, controversial website that has become one of the most popular sources of local news in town. Some say it's doing important investigative journalism while others say it's spreading hateful lies about progressive leaders. In part 1 of The Chaos Machine series, what happens when traditional local news runs out of resources and reporting the narrative of a community is anybody's game?
2 months ago | 80 minutes
Jeremy Lin, Dan Pfeiffer + NBA MVP, March Madness, Anti-Trans Bills, Hot Mics
On the premiere of Takeline, Jason Concepcion and Renee Montgomery welcome Jeremy Lin to discuss the recent surge in anti-asian violence, his NBA journey, and the height of “Linsanity.” Dan Pfeiffer joins the show for a new game called Take Survivor. Then, Jason and Renee cover the recent racist remarks during a live broadcast of Oklahoma high school girls basketball game, the Republican effort to undermine transgender athletes rights, March Madness, Oscar noms and more.SHOW NOTES:To learn more about the Jeremy Lin Foundation visit https://www.jeremylinfoundation.org/Follow and subscribe to TAKELINE on Youtube for special clips and to watch ALL CAPS NBA Welcome to Takeline and ALL CAPS!For a closed-captioned version of this episode, please visit crooked.com/takeline. For a transcript of this episode, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include the name of the podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
10 months ago | 33 minutes
A conversation with CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang about what it's like in the White House briefing room, covering anti-Asian racism during the pandemic and how standing up to bullies as a child prepared her for a career in journalism.
3 months ago | 40 minutes
Saving the Seeds
Why do Asian Americans have such deep relationships with fruit? Cathy goes on a quest to find the answers — starting with her friendly neighborhood fruit vendor, Cece, then spending time with friends and listeners in our extended podcast fam. Along the way, she hears stories about family heirloom trees, mango sharing techniques, persimmon obsessions, and an unbridled love for durian. Then, she calls up food writer Priya Krishna and heritage farmer Kristyn Leach to unpack all the personal stories she’s heard. As Cathy learns the ways that Asian Americans across the country have instilled a reverence for fruit and upheld countless rituals with it in their lives, she realizes that our tastes are even more deeply rooted than we might think. Credits Written by Cathy Erway Produced by James Boo, Harsha Nahata, and Julia Shu Edited by James Boo and Julia Shu Music by Blue Dot Sessions and Epidemic Sound Self Evident theme music by Dorian Love Shoutouts Big thanks to everyone who shared their fruit stories and fruit feels with us for this episode: Ahmed Ali Akbar Ann Duong Dorothy Faye Pirtle Jack Shu Jenn De La Vega Jenn Wong Kristyn Leach Merk Nguyen Nidhi Prakash Niha Reddy Priya Krishna Raman Sehgal Stanford Chiou We couldn’t fit everyone into the final cut, but you can see and hear bonus stories on our Instagram, using the hashtag #MyImmigrantFruitStory. Reading, Listening, and Resources "If I'm Cutting Fresh Fruit For Dessert, I Probably Love You" by Priya Krishna for Bon Appetite "A Bowl of Cut Fruit is How Asian Moms Say I Love You" by Yi Jun Loh for TASTE "How the simple art of cutting fruit can be an act of love" by Daniela Galarza for The Washington Post “The Loquat, San Francisco’s Secret Fruit, Is Hidden in Plain Sight” by Jenn Wong for Mission Local “Bok Choy Isn’t ‘Exotic’,” by Cathy Erway in Eater Check out Priya’s recipes in her cookbook, Indianish “Underground Aams Trade,” by Ahmed Ali Akbar for Proof (America’s Test Kitchen) Grow your own East Asian heritage crops and cook from recipes at Kristyn Leach’s Second Generation Seeds
10 days ago | 24 minutes
Choreographer-in-Residence Dana Tai Soon Burgess traces his ‘hyphenated’ background— a journey that begins on a boat from Korea, disembarks at a Hawaiian pineapple plantation, meanders through Latino culture, and then arrives at a martial arts class in New Mexico… organized by Tibetan monks. Dana also discusses the hyphenated artists featured in two of his favorite portraits at the Gallery. Both were pioneers, both were outsiders, and both had their ‘American-ness’ challenged. See the portraits: Michio Ito Isamu Noguchi (“Tracings” duet music courtesy of Aaron Leitko.)
21 days ago | 54 minutes
Lena Shareef wants (to tell) a good story
All of a sudden, it was such an “us VS them” rhetoric - and I realized I was part of the ‘them’.” Lena Shareef grew up in a lot of places - Pakistan, Ukraine, and the Midwest. She’s currently making the internet do things @ National Geographic - having studied video production and journalism. Along the way she co-founded GIRLWITHABOOK, which advocates for girls' education, which she believes is one of the best solutions to climate change and poverty. When she's not battling Internet trolls at her day job or trying to convince the world of the importance of equality, feminism, and representation (none of which are really that hard), she's devouring books, movies, and TV shows, and then naturally writing/venting about them on Medium and even HER podcast “Grounded Geeks’ which she co-hosts with her brother (ALSO - her dad is pretty cool and wrote an awesome book...just ask Raman). At the end of the day, all Lena wants is just a really good story... LEARN ABOUT LENA: @LenaShareef Girlwithabookrising.com anchor.fm/grounded-geeks MENTIONS COMICS: Ms.Marvel (Kamala Khan): wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamala_Khan TV: Warrior (HBO Max): imdb.com/title/tt5743796 PERSON: Jason Tobin (Young Jun on “Warrior”) - imdb.com/name/nm0864937 PERSON: Chris Evans - imdb.com/name/nm0262635
3 months ago | 29 minutes
Chloé Zhao: ‘Nomadland’
Director Chloé Zhao on the significance of a sunset.
9 days ago | 10 minutes
Governor Ron DeSantis has signed an executive order to suspend all COVID-19 restrictions in the sunshine state which includes preventing local governments from their own restrictions. Less than 30% of the population of the state is fully vaccinated so far. Plus, holding companies accountable on racial justice. And, the real history of Cinco de Mayo. Guests: Mayor of Tampa Jane Castor, Axios' Courtenay Brown and Russell Contreras.Credits: Axios Today is produced in partnership with Pushkin Industries. The team includes Niala Boodhoo, Sara Kehaulani Goo, Dan Bobkoff, Alexandra Botti, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Sabeena Singhani, Amy Pedulla, Naomi Shavin, and Alex Sugiura. Music is composed by Evan Viola. You can reach us at email@example.com.Go deeper: Companies face pressure to conduct racial audits The forgotten anti-slavery history of Cinco de Mayo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
a month ago | 49 minutes
Myth of the Model Minority with Andrew Ti
Margaret talks with comedian/podcaster Andrew Ti (Yo is This Racist?) to discuss how the Model Minority myth seeds resentment against Asians. They talk about the Detroit murder of Chinese-American Vincent Chin by two unemployed autoworkers and the recent attack on Pak Ho, a 75 year old Asian man who was assaulted in Oakland and later died of his injuries. Also, Aspirational whiteness and a call for more Asian civil rights leaders!Support Compassion in Oakland! They are providing chaperones for elders in the Bay area Chinatown neighborhood. You can donate or volunteer on their website compassioninoakland.orgThe Margaret Cho is an Earios production.Theme music by Margaret Cho and Wade Ryan.Produced and Edited by Amanda Lund.Call the Earios hotline: 626-604-6262. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15 days ago | 23 minutes
I Broke the Dress Code
Should your school be able to tell you what to wear? This week, a fourteen year old challenges her school’s dress code by purposely violating it. Ooh You’re In Trouble is a proud member of TRAX from PRX. Listen to the entire series. Love the show? Help us spread the word by subscribing, rating, reviewing and sharing episodes with your friends.
17 days ago | 64 minutes
Higher Education (Feat. Dae Lim, Sundae School)
Dae Lim is the creative director and co-founder of the cannabis brand Sundae School. He walks us through his rigorous upbringing in Seoul to his time working as a Harvard-educated McKinsey consultant and the motivation behind his switch to selling weed. Dae also opens up about his spiritual relationship with cannabis and overcoming the stigmatization of drugs in East Asian culture. Check out Sundae School at sundae.school. Like, subscribe and please support us on Patreon!
a year ago | 31 minutes
Iced coffee and bi chairs and glory holes, oh my! Music in this episode by Jeremy S. Bloom, Alexander Overington, and Albert Behar ("Pizzicato Playground"). Theme by Alexander Overington. CORRECTION: A previous version of this episode misidentified Lady Gaga as straight. She is bisexual.