By Sen Tien J, Vi and Sen touch on some upcoming Asian films being released this August and the California Film Tax Credit amendment. https://youtu.be/XVw63rSA5EI
(2 min read) Calling all Asians! Let's celebrate ourselves and each other. In Western media, Asians have poor representation, if any at all. We are often used as background characters, stuck playing the sidekick, or shown as submissive partners for white people. But instead of waiting to see ourselves in Hollywood, why not represent ourselves?…
By Paget Kagy and Albert Hur Special Guest Kevin Kreider joins us in talking about his experiences as an Asian man, online dating, Asian male emasculation, and how we progress forward together as a community.
By Sen Tien J, Vi and Sen discuss stereotypes revolving around Asian women and how we can try to regain agency over our own perceptions.
By Paget Kagy and Albert Hur What Asian American activism looks like on the ground level.
Please help us in donating and championing ProAsian representation in the West by supporting Kat Loves LA Season 2, created by Asians, featuring AMAF, and bringing to light many storylines that we've experienced ourselves in the West: https://igg.me/at/KLLA2 When I first wrote Kat Loves LA in December 2016, I wanted to tell a romantic story…
(12 min read) What is white sexual imperialism? What does it have to do with Asian women, and what does it have to with Asian men? This is a weighty and sensitive topic, but it is critical to discuss with proper context. This concept developed from the imperialistic nature of the Western political, military, and…
By Sen Tien As Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is coming to a close, we touch on the concept of diversity and how we aren't always included. If we really care about diversity, then we've got to actually talk about racism. https://youtu.be/ucaACAIbgLM
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 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