By Sen Tien J and Vi welcome Yun in this episode to talk about her experience as a 1.5 generation Asian-American and compare and contrast the divide with the 2nd generation. https://youtu.be/n0NdCXPk_OE
By Paget Kagy and Albert Hur Al and Paget have an important discussion on Asian American history that has been lost to many.
By Sen Tien Today we discuss the cultural importance and the racialized nature of food for Asian diaspora. We also cover the show Ugly Delicious, a Netflix original food show. It demonstrates past, present and future presence of Asian American cuisines and the relationships we build around food. https://youtu.be/MCJzdPrdpi8
By Sen Tien There are many misconceptions surrounding Asian Beauty. We talk about shade-ism, why being pale isn't necessarily a white beauty standard, the "evil" China debate regarding the animal testing debate and the rise of K-beauty. https://youtu.be/_cD0vKlQ6ls
By Sen Tien March is International Women's History Month and International Women's Day is March 8. We talk about who we consider our role models, the lack of Asian Women in mainstream feminist spaces, teaching ourselves our own histories, and seeking out people to support. https://youtu.be/Q9uVq1_QREg
By Albert Hur and Teen Sheng Al talks to Teen about Asian wokeness, identity, and political will, and what differentiates the three from each other.
By Albert Hur and Teen Sheng Jong, Tang, Al, and Teen debate Frank Chin and Jeffrey Paul Chan's seminal essay, "Racist Love," and its relevance in Trump's America. The essay can be found here: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~hist32/Hist33/chin%20Racist%20Love.pdf. We also plug Frank Chin's "lost novel," edited for publication by Calvin McMillin and available here: http://www.uhpress.hawaii.edu/p-9342-9780824838928.aspx. This was one…