In the SituAsian Room, Emilie, and Zach welcome Kay Yu, the Voter Protection Director of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party. Kay shares her story of “being her first client” fighting for her own citizenship and discusses the importance of civic engagement, voting, and how to vote in PA. Before the 2020 election (Nov 3), we want to stress how important it is for the AAPI community to vote!
In the SituAsian Room, Emilie, and Zach welcome Nydia Han to talk about the power of our voices as Asian Americans during the coronavirus era, standing against hate, being forever foreigners, and her signature series #ThisIsAmerica. Nydia Han is an Emmy award-winning television journalist and the creator of #ThisIsAmerica, a social media movement and three-part documentary series about racism.
This week in The SituAsian Room, Emilie, and Zach welcome Rahat Babar, Esq. to talk about the importance of building trust between communities of color and law enforcement, civil rights, and much more. Rahat is a strong advocate for the AAPI community as a former president of the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania and a chair the Civil Rights Committee for the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association.
Chinese Bakeries are a staple of Chinatowns across the world. What will you order?
This week in The SituAsian Room, Emilie, and Zach welcome Dr. Michelle Au who is running to be the first Asian American woman in the Georgia State Senate. Dr. Au discusses the need for public health in policy decisions, Asian American representation in government, and more. Dr. Au is an anesthesiologist and holds a Master’s in Public Health.
This week in The SituAsian Room, Emilie and Zach welcome Justin Ching to talk about Asian and minority representation in Hollywood, Justin’s production company J-school, intersectionality, storytelling, and more. Justin Ching is a filmmaker, Forbes 30 Under 30 in Media, and has worked for Disney/ABC, Fox, and Youtube.
Hi! Welcome back to the SituAsian Room! On this episode, Emilie and Zach sit down with Saira Salyani, a young activist. They talk about themes of covering and assimilation, the power of your name, and getting involved in politics as a young person. After, they dish it out by exploring dishes outside their cultures.
Hi! Welcome back to the SituAsian Room! On this episode, Emilie and Zach begin with bringing some of their favorite dishes to the “Dish It Out” table, and then meet with special guest, Dr. Calvin D. Sun, to finish their discussion on the topic, “Our Lives & The Coronavirus” for part 2 of the 2 part interview.
Hi! Welcome back to the SituAsian Room! On this episode, Emilie and Zach begin with bringing some new dishes to the “Dish It Out” table, and then meet with special guest, Dr. Calvin D. Sun, to discuss the topic, “Our Lives & The Coronavirus” for part 1 of the 2 part interview.
For this episode, Emilie and Zach bring some of their favorite foods to the “Dish It Out” table, and welcome Dorothy Chan into the SituAsian Room to discuss the Journey to the Motherland and Identity. Join them as they discuss the experiences of traveling to the countries where their families are from, the conflicts of growing up Asian American and traveling to Asia as an American, and more.