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 Sen Tien The main four are back and discuss Asian diaspora and their achievements at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics 2018. Some controversies are addressed which include a radio host's gross comments toward Chloe Kim, unsolicited advice and "activism" towards dog meat consumption and Mirai Nagasu skating to Miss Saigon. https://youtu.be/PqdMcPKAATM
By Sen Tien We get personal here and talk about some identity and the troubles with living up to imposed western beauty standards. https://youtu.be/eR1LgzT9DWI
By Sen Tien JttW's first actual podcast. We get a proper introduction and also meet Wen, who was too busy to join us last time. Find out what inspired us to start this project. https://youtu.be/u2X1qFdGXlY
By Albert Hur and Teen Al talks to fellow reluctant redditor Jess about the Great Asian American Gender Divide, Reddit itself, and provide an answer to the question: can an Asian guy and an Asian girl disagree about gender stuff without someone getting called a bitch or a faggot?
By Albert Hur and Teen Al talks to Teen about Asian wokeness, identity, and political will, and what differentiates the three from each other.
By Albert Hur and Teen Adam and Teen are joined by Erin Chew and Frank Zhong to talk about toxic masculinity: what it is, where it comes from, and what can be done about it. It’s a topic that’s come up a lot recently, but not one that has been addressed directly as between Asian…
By Albert Hur and Teen Al and Teen finally pod together after a long break to talk about the rapidly aging mentality of Asian American second gens, the arrival of the FOB as the new center of mass and Asian American consciousness, and what that means for those of us born here.
By Albert Hur and Teen David Fung of the FungBros sits down with Adam and Teen to talk about knowledge of self, YouTube stardom, and what the hell is going on in the Asian subreddits.
By Albert Hur and Teen Kevin Kreider, a veteran of the modeling industry, stretches his legs a little with Adam and Teen to talk about the reality and perceptions of being an Asian guy in America.