Emilie and Zach interview Korean Adoptee Activist (KAD), non-profit All Times are Local founder, and Janchi Show host, Patrick Armstrong. Patrick shares his story growing up in middle America, his accelerated journey exploring his Asian American identity, and how he came to start All Times are Local and the Janchi Show.
Emilie and Zach return to the SituAsian room for Season 2 to welcome Ryan Alexander Holmes. Ryan is a content creator who discusses his experience being Black and Asian. Emilie, Zach, and Ryan talk about his Blaisan experience and identity, upbringing in Los Angeles, coming together, and so much more.
This week, Emilie and Zach welcome Dr. Kyle Kajihiro into the SituAsian Room. Dr. Kyle Kajihiro is a professor at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, teaching courses in Ethnic Studies and Geography and Environment. He also is the founder of the Hawaii DeTours Project, which aims to teach people the true history of Hawaii and spread awareness of social justice issues from a decolonized perspective. Tune in to the conversation between Emilie, Zach, and Kyle about Hawaii’s culture, the history and what it’s become, his DeTours project, the social justice issues that Hawaiians face today, and more!
The older I get, the more pride I get in my beautiful country and its beautiful cuisine. Born and raised in Vietnam, I must say …
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.