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Synopsis: Every week, get our distinct take on global issues with an Asian perspective, with ST’s 30-plus correspondents in 15 cities across the Asia-Pacific, the US and Europe. Produced by podcast editor Ernest Luis, The Straits Times, SPH Media Trust.
 
The Asian Review of Books is the only dedicated pan-Asian book review publication. Widely quoted, referenced, republished by leading publications in Asian and beyond and with an archive of more than two thousand book reviews, the ARB also features long-format essays by leading Asian writers and thinkers, excerpts from newly-published books and reviews of arts and culture. Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/asian-review
 
Tämä podcast tehdään rakkaudesta Manchester Unitediin. Paholaisen asianajaja -MUFC-podcastin hostina toimii Jari Viljemaa. Podcastin jaksot sisältävät mm. ottelukoosteita & -ennakoita, tuoreimpia seuraan liittyviä uutisointeja ja mukana on muita intohimoisia United-kannattajia. Ota seurantaan Facebook-sivu Paholaisen asianajaja MUFC-podcast sekä Twitter- ja Instagram-tilit @Paholaisencast. #MUFCfi #Valioliiga
 
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A weekly podcast focused on showcasing and sharing Asian Australian success, and the stories, experiences and strategies that helped them get there. Bamboo ceiling? Let's build our own house. Enjoy the podcast? Leave us a 5-star rating!
 
Learn from Asian CEOs, entrepreneurs and thinkers in technology on what led to their success and how you can apply their lessons to your life. Join host Justin Pang as he uncovers inspiring stories from Asian leaders in technology and unpacks how their Asian culture and identity impacted their life choices. Learn more at: www.asiantechleaders.com
 
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Feeling Asian

Youngmi Mayer & Brian Park

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Feeling Asian is a weekly podcast hosted by Youngmi Mayer and Brian Park, two Asian Americans with plenty of feelings about sex, dating, survival, self-worth, and everything in between. Meet our fun, interesting friends along the way; past guests include Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast, Stephanie Hsu, Bowen Yang, Yaeji, and more! Named a top podcast of 2021 by CNN and featured on Apple and Spotify’s homepages, Feeling Asian offers a healthy and compassionate space for Asians, Asian Ame ...
 
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AsianBossGirl

Melody, Helen, and Janet

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A podcast for the modern day Asian American woman hosted by Melody Cheng, Helen Wu, & Janet Wang. It's no secret that Asian women are lacking in almost all media outlets, and those who are present mostly represent the fashion, beauty, or blogging industries. We started ABG as girlfriends while balancing jobs in finance, technology, & media with corporate careers spanning over a decade. Here, we share our experiences and explore topics as 20/30 something Asian American women working, dating, ...
 
Cosy up with Rox and Jules as they chat about a range of topics such as careers, relationships, mental health, and more! What started from a zoom call to chat about their careers, quickly turned into realising they had similar dreams of starting a podcast. Sharing and discovering real stories from their Korean and Chinese Australian experience, this podcast is about two new friends learning about each other as much as it's about learning about themselves. You can also find them on Insta & YT ...
 
A podcast featuring conversations with Diaspora Asians (third culture kids) about their lives, stories, and experiences. The podcast looks to highlight, amplify, and validate Asian voices worldwide. Conversations about being Asian. Connect with the Podcast on Instagram: @whatkindofasianpod Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whatkindofasian
 
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
 
Southern Fried Asian is a new podcast from The Nerds of Color hosted by Keith Chow. Typically, stories about Asian Americans are centered on the experiences of those who grew up on the coasts -- New York, Southern California, the Bay Area -- where communities of different Asian American subgroups have lived for many years. On this podcast, though, we're gonna look at a region of the country that isn't typically associated with these stories and unpack what it means to be Asian American in th ...
 
On Trailblazers, we dive deep into the journeys of trailblazing South Asians. To date, Simi Shah, our founder and host, has welcomed ClassPass Founder Payal Kadakia, Coinbase Chief Legal Officer Paul Grewal, 49ers President Paraag Marathe, and other world-renowned South Asian leaders. Learn more at southasiantrailblazers.com.
 
A solid hour of Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi music, contemporary and classic tracks, blended to give listeners with and without South Asian languages for a mother tongue a compelling listening experience. Local news and a relevant, local events calendar rounds out the program.
 
A bi-weekly podcast which aims to provide an introduction to the exciting world of Asian cinema. Each episode sees Elwood and Stephen highlighting a diffrent film worth discovering aswell as discussing a wide variety of topics relating from Actor / director profiles through to exploring the more random aspects of this facinating field.
 
A show focused on Asian and Asian-American related films where each episode presents discussions from a variety of angles, both in the micro- & macro-views of Asian American culture and pop culture. We analyze and unpack the what, how, and why these films are worth talking about. Follow on fb.com/ReelAsianPodcast | instagram.com/ReelAsianPodcast Support for this podcast: www.reelasianpodcast.com/support https://anti-asianviolenceresources.carrd.co/ Fung Jen Productions, LLC.
 
Extraordinary Asian Women is a podcast featuring Asian women and the journey to their extraordinary lives. My name is Claudia Chan, and In this journey together, I’ll help you build the curiosity to know yourself, the compassion to love yourself, and the courage to be yourself, in order to bring out the unicorn in you! As a Life Coach, wife and mom, I will share with you my stories, along with other Asian women, to inspire and encourage you to live the life you’d always dreamed of! I’m excit ...
 
Asian in Austin is a podcast by Minh Vu and Sandra Pham to elevate the voices and stories of Asian Americans living in Austin, Texas while exploring what it means to come into one's own Asian American identity and experience by inviting open dialogue and conversation with community members.
 
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.
 
Roughly one in 10 Aussies come from somewhere in Asia, yet when you look at our representation on TV, film, radio and literature, you’d think we were completely non-existent. What do you do when the world doesn’t give you the space to be heard? You make your own space. Each week, sisters and Sydney locals Helen Stenbeck and Jessie Tu give searing intersectional feminist critiques on social and cultural issues relevant to those living in Australia and abroad. Join us as we traverse the comple ...
 
The Asian Game is a podcast dedicated to telling the stories and sharing the history of the beautiful game in Asia - from Jordan to Japan, Korea to Kuwait and everywhere in between. ​ With stories, analysis, insights and interviews with players, coaches and the key individuals in the game, The Asian Game will take you inside the game in Asia like never before.
 
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 ...
 
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Welcome to Season 2, Episode 46! Every now and then, something comes along that opens up doors and captures your imagination. We really feel that Kwento Comics and their first comic book, The Mask of Haliya could serve to impact the world of comic books and media in that way. An all women-run, all Asian led team, Kwento Comics is out to open up min…
 
Become organized and never forget things when you have these 3 checklists in place. You’d think the better and more experienced you get at something, the more consistent and error-free you are, but that’s often not the case: When we “know” what to do, we are often less careful Things get missed, balls get dropped, and sometimes that can be a big pr…
 
How did superpower competition and the cold war affect writers in the decolonizing world? In The Aesthetic Cold War: Decolonization and Global Literature (Princeton UP, 2022), Peter Kalliney explores the various ways that rival states used cultural diplomacy and the political police to influence writers. In response, many writers from Africa, Asia,…
 
Elwood and Stephen look at one of the more random entries in the Shaw Bros. back catalogue with Mighty Peking Man as an expedition to find the legendry monster in the Indian jungle leads not only to the discovery of the giant ape Utam but his human companion Samantha. Brought back to Hong Kong it's not long until Utam sets out on the rampage. We al…
 
This week, the Asian Friends pester the New York Times' Eric Kim about ASMR and his past life as a pop singer. Mic makes congee. Jenny shuns the Girl Scouts. Eric tells us about that time he got adopted by Martha Vineyardians. LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL and tell us what kind of Asian you were this week - 646-809-7231 F O L L O W https://www.instagram.com…
 
Long-time friend, former pastor, and fellow podcaster Ken Kemp ("The Beached White Male" podcast) and I finally resume our semi-regular collaborative conversation after being part for most of the summer. This time we reflect long and hard about why the powerful and privileged need to cry out in desparation to those who are marginalized or oppressed…
 
In this episode, we discuss more about what we've been wearing lately. We get into style, what we like when we're getting dressed day to day, and any wardrobe essentials we're loving recently. It's been a bit cold recently in Sydney so Jules and Rox chat about how they stay warm. We also share some personal tips from our winter uniform from our per…
 
• Song One You are my Father by Wayne Marshall• Song Two Breeze by Aidonia and Govana• Song Three Quando Quando by Sly and Robbie• Song Four Sheelings by Alison Hinds• Song Five Splaching dashing by Garnet Silk• Song Six Its Carnival by Destra Garcia ft Machel Montano • Song Seven I was born a winner by Freddie McGregor• Song Eight Mih Lova by Lord…
 
We’re joined by Nancy Yu, aka. NC Qin, a Sydney-based cast glass artist and sculptor. Nancy creates glass weaponry exploring concepts of history, heritage and psychology. She has a long list of accolades that include winning the National Emerging Art Glass Prize in 2020 and The Vicki Torr Prize in 2021 and being featured in museums and art gallerie…
 
We invited Glynis, an honorary Oakland Asian Mom by way of Austin, Texas, to speak about her beautiful adoption story. Glynis was born in the Philippines and was adopted at the age of 1 by white parents at a Manila-based adoption agency. She shares sweet memories of how she learned about her adoption story, of feeling fully embraced by her family, …
 
In this episode we mix two controversial topics together: religion and racism. Friend of the pod Keith Koo (previous guest on EP#21 Adulting 2.0) joins the show to share a whirlwind situation he's been in for the past year and a half involving freedom of speech within the church. He was wrongfully terminated from his role as a volunteer teacher by …
 
In Knowledge and the Ends of Empire: Kazak Intermediaries and Russian Rule on the Steppe, 1731-1917 (Cornell University Press, 2017), Ian W. Campbell investigates the connections between knowledge production and policy formation on the Kazak steppes of the Russian Empire. Hoping to better govern the region, tsarist officials were desperate to obtai…
 
From the fourteenth through the nineteenth centuries Japanese monks created hundreds of maps to construct and locate their place in a Buddhist world. Expansively illustrated with multiple maps and illustrations, The Japanese Buddhist World Map: Religious Vision and the Cartographic Imagination (University of Hawai’i Press, 2021) by D. Max Moerman i…
 
In this episode, Helen speaks to Danyo Pang, an Asian-Canadian who travelled to Taiwan to learn Taiwanese Mandarin and developed a language learning book that is tailored for people who want to speak like local Taiwanese! Check out Dr Daniel’s work at Danyo's Instagram Danyol's Podcast: Chinese is hard 中文好難 And for ABDU listeners, thanks to Danyo, …
 
Dr. Jeannie Celestial is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist (PhD) and Psychotherapist. This week, she joins Jay and Eleanor to speak about how therapy can speak specifically to FilAm communities. Dr. Celestial's new book Clinical Interventions for Internalized Oppression is out now! You can find her at sweetmangotherapy.com and @jeanniecelestialDr. C…
 
Synopsis: Every fourth Friday of the month, The Straits Times' US bureau chief Nirmal Ghosh presents Asian views of the United States. The United States' Indo Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) has been welcomed in much of the region - though with some wariness over the geopolitical agenda given that China is by far, every South-east Asian country's…
 
New York's OG Chinatown was hit hard during the pandemic. Out of that storm of bad news came Victoria Lee. She is the founder of Welcome to Chinatown, an organization dedicated to preserving Chinatown Manhattan for the next generation. They have distributed over $500k in donations to date. Victoria comes on to talk about the journey and dealing wit…
 
A young sake bar owner, Yusuke Shimoki, arrives on the doorstep of Hannah Kirshner’s Brooklyn apartment “with a suitcase full of Ishikawa sake,” in Hannah’s words. That visit sparked a years-long connection between Hannah and the rural Japanese community of Yamanaka, a home for artisans and artists, hunters and farmers, and other ordinary Japanese …
 
The duration and depth of the current economic challenges seem to be in the ether. While it appears to have set a tailspin on retail and growth plans, our coverage indicates cautious optimism and intent strategies. With consumers facing price pressures too, producers are addressing price increases with caution, to retain customers and market share.…
 
Brittanie is a bilingual PMP and Six Sigma Green Belt-certified I.T. project manager with the United States Air Force and a Cybersecurity Specialist with the California State Guard Army Component Command. Born in Vietnam, she escaped before the fall of Saigon. Her history and upbringing inspired her to pursue the American Dream, which eventually le…
 
On Southern Fried Asian, fellow NOC fam Patrick Michael Strange is in conversation with Keith about growing up as a military brat across the South! From South Carolina and Mississippi to joining the Navy in Viriginia, Patrick recounts coming to terms with his identity as a Filipino American and as a comic book nerd. They also discuss his own nerd e…
 
Did you know there’s such a thing as the Internet whisperer? We have her on the pod this week! Delia Cai is a senior correspondent at Vanity Fair, covering culture and celebrity with a knack for understanding Gen Z trends. We talk to her about NYFW, corporate try-hards, and her forthcoming novel Central Places. We also predict cultural trends with …
 
You know we get excited about Asian representation in media here at the InfatuAsian Podcast. Anytime we see Asian Americans in Movies, books, or on television we get a little hyped. But, perhaps one of the best examples of Asian representation in media isn’t from America but comes from New Zealand. Four Kiwi Chinese Women of the production company …
 
Michael Chui, Kweilin Ellingrud, and Jackie Wong of McKinsey & Co, join Jerry to talk about the recently released report Asian American workers: Diverse outcomes and hidden challenges. Michael, Kweilin, and Jackie each share why this particular report means so much to them individually. Listen in as they discuss a wide range of topics with Jerry, i…
 
Episode eighty nine will be about a very distinct group of people from Japan known as the yakuza. Some say they're terrible people, some might think they're not too bad. How did they come about? What are some of their traditions? Listen and find out. To support this podcast, please visit: One-time donation: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/asianmadn…
 
John Woo's 1989 heroic bloodshed masterpiece, The Killer, sits at the pinnacle of the genre. Danny Lee's grizzled cop Li vs. Chow Yun-Fat's equally grizzed assassin Ah Jong exemplify the deeply unique kinship only men who live in violence share. Beautifully shot, written and executed by all involved - this movie is all Killer no Filler.…
 
Episode 89 - Churches and the Crisis of Decline (feat. Andrew Root) As we observe decline in denominations and local churches, how do we make sense of this trajectory? What are our fears revealing about our understanding of the crisis and shaping our responses? Dr. Andrew Root joins us for the conversation to unpack these questions and provides a h…
 
Julia Zou: Chinese American designer/fashion model living in NYC Our conversation is about Julia's path as a designer/fashion model. The conversation went into the ups and downs of being in the modelling industry, her experience working as a model, her views on beauty and beauty standards for Asian Americans, her family's reaction to her career cho…
 
In this episode, I have a very special guest. She is a powerhouse in the publishing world! Also, she and I are in the same book which we’d written, which is called Asian Women Trailblazers Who Boss up. I’d like to introduce you to the Founder of Quill Hawk Publishing and the award-winning author of the Snow Trilogy, Amy Le. In this episode, Amy sha…
 
Shrimp is easily America’s favorite seafood, but its very popularity is the wellspring of problems that threaten the shrimp industry’s existence. Asian-Cajun Fusion: Shrimp from the Bay to the Bayou (University of Mississippi Press, 2022) by Carl A. Brasseaux and Donald W. Davis provides insightful analysis of this paradox and a detailed, thorough …
 
In this episode, Simi catches up with a legend in the League, Sean Desai, Associate Head Coach-Defense for the Seattle Seahawks. Sean has over a decade of experience as a coach at the NFL and collegiate levels. When he became defensive coordinator for the Chicago Bears in 2021, he became the first Indian-American NFL coordinator in U.S. history. Se…
 
Percy Hung is the co-founder and CEO of Choco Up, one of the largest revenue-based financing and growth platforms in Asia that provides funding to fast growing start-ups. Choco Up utilizes data analytics and third party integrations to automate funding decisions and provides companies with growth capital in as little as 48 hours. Prior to starting …
 
If you grew up in an Asian household, you may be familiar with certain rituals or practices that were taken very seriously by your parents, sometimes without much explanation. Beliefs such as, “drinking hot or room temperature water is better for you,” or “wearing slippers will keep your feet warm,” were ingrained in us growing up, but today, we ar…
 
Nadia Chaudhury, editor of Eater Austin, is a Austin-based photographer, writer, and New Yorker. She covers Austin's restaurant and dining scene and this month we learn about her journey with her Bangladeshi background weaved throughout her life, food and her work. Referenced Materials in the Episode Eater Austin Partition Podcast Eater Austin: Wel…
 
It's the finale of season 4!! The gang reflect back on some of their favorite moments from season 4, share movies + shows they're currently watching, and what listeners can expect for season 5. (31:20) Reel Asian Game Show sees if Alan, Renee, and Baldwin have what it takes to take the crown as movie champion. Winner gets In n' Out. Mmmmmm Get 15% …
 
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