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Center for Asian American Christianity

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Center for Asian American Christianity

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The Center for Asian American Christianity is a thought leader in the areas of Asian American theology and ministry. We curate a forward-thinking conversation about the issues confronting Asian American churches at ltiaa.com Learn more about the Center for Asian American Christianity at https://www.ptsem.edu/academics/center-for-asian-american-christianity
 
In May 2021, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced AAPI LA, an initiative to help amplify and address the challenges and needs of AAPI communities to ensure that AAPI Angelenos, who have historically been left out of important conversations - whether due to cultural and language barriers or biases - have a seat at the table. A podcast, Asian American Stories, launched as the initiative’s effort to provide a platform to give voice to the Asian American Pacific Islander communities by sharing their st ...
 
Your resource for personal development advice that does not suck. I offer advice on achieving happiness, wealth, performance, and success with data, real stories, history, and science. The info comes from the best in the field, from athletes to billionaires to businessmen to artists to historians to scientists. The knowledge is sourced from the vast amount of books, interviews, videos, documentaries, and other research I’ve consumed.
 
AAWW Radio is the podcast of the Asian American Writers' Workshop, an NYC literary arts space at the intersection of migration, race, and social justice. Listen to AAWW Radio and you’ll hear selected audio from our current and past events, as well as occasional original episodes. We’ve hosted established writers like Claudia Rankine, Maxine Hong Kingston, Roxane Gay, Amitav Ghosh, Ocean Vuong, Solmaz Sharif, and Jenny Zhang. Our events are intimate and intellectual, quirky yet curated, and d ...
 
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Centering: The Asian American Christian Podcast

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Centering: The Asian American Christian Podcast

Centered: Resources for the Asian American Church

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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.
 
Waves of Change: Modern Perspectives in Asian American Psychology is a conversation with Diana Chu and Dr. Mankit Li. We are San Francisco based psychotherapist and psychologist who like to deconstruct psychology, digging deep to challenge ourselves and our listeners.
 
Hot & Sour Soup for the Soul is a celebration of multicultural identity, zooming in on the Asian American experience. In each episode, we feature an Asian American who is making strides in their industry, and chat about their personal and professional journeys to finding balance between cultures, along with what they’ve learned along the way. In the process, we expand on what success, leadership, and fulfillment look like in today’s America. Make yourself at home, and nourish yourself with a ...
 
In this podcast, I speak with an American couple on American society's "positive stereotypes" about Asians. Are these stereotypes, for example, true, and are the stereotypes' impacts truly positive? Joanna is a Chinese person who grew up in the United States, and her husband Ben is an American. I am a student at a Sino-American institution. We come from quite diverse cultural backgrounds, which adds to the intrigue of the discourse. Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
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Dear Asian Americans

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Dear Asian Americans

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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
 
Does Harvard discriminate against Asian Americans? Should universities consider race in the admissions process? And what is the Asian American community doing about it all? Join us, a research team from Amherst College, in exploring the SFFA v. Harvard case and the truth behind Asian Americans and affirmative action. Episodes will cover topics such as the history of affirmative action, the underlying philosophies behind each side's legal arguments, specific stakeholders in this case, the rol ...
 
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Dr. Christine Peralta, Asst. Professor of History, Sexuality, Women’s and Gender Studies at Amherst College and Dr. Ian Shin, Asst. Professor of History and American Culture at the University of Michigan join Jerry to talk about the importance of knowing and understanding Asian American history as we navigate the ongoing violence being directed at …
 
Our Laundry, Our Town (Fordham University Press/Empire State Editions, 2022) is a memoir that decodes and processes the fractured urban oracle bones of Alvin Engs growing up in Flushing, Queens, a neighborhood of that singular universe that was New York City in the 1970s. From behind the counter of his parents Chinese hand laundry and within the co…
 
“Nước Việt Nam: a home, a cradle, a point of departure” (Gandhi, 1). The Vietnamese word nước embraces the duality of land and water with an idea of “home.” Through a nuanced examination of the meaning of homeland and politics of belonging, Evyn Lê Espiritu Gandhi proposes nước to understand complex positionalities of refugee settlers on lands sutu…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 25! Most people know Mount Everest is the highest summit above sea level in the world. Did you know that its original name is Chomolungma? In this episode, we talk about the history of climbing Mount Chomolungma and the role of the Sherpa. We also talk about Tenzing Norgay, the Sherpa who was instrumental in summiting M…
 
In today’s podcast episode, I cover some tips and topics based on an email subscriber’s question. He said he found a lot of value from my content so far with improving his communication skills for career and dating and his confidence, but he wanted more elaboration. In this episode, I talk about: how do I... The post How to Get Unstoppable Persever…
 
January 24, 2022 | Mental Health and Asian Americans: Contexts and Strategies for Faith Leaders In this workshop, attendees learn how to put in practice active listening skills that will allow them to be empathetic change-makers. These practical listening skills will allow ministry leaders to effect change within their congregations. Speaker: Dr. S…
 
Danny Taing, Founder & CEO of Bokksu, shares his journey from academia, tech, and eventually to founding Bokksu, a direct-to-consumer snack subscription and e-grocer highlighting snacks from Japan and beyond. Learn more at Bokksu.com and @bokksu everywhere Meet Danny Danny Taing is the Founder & CEO of Bokksu, a New York and Tokyo-based D2C snack s…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 24! There’s no secret to why Chef Sheldon Simeon was selected as “Fan Favorite” both times he was competing on Top Chef. He’s an amazingly down-to-earth person who puts family and community first. He’s also an incredible chef who has won multiple awards personally and for the food in his different restaurants like Tin R…
 
WE WENT TO THE WHITE HOUSE! I share my thoughts and reflection on my visit to The White House on Tuesday May 17, 2022 for the official Presidential Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration. Thank you to The White House team, in particular Howard Ou, for this incredible and surreal honor to be invited to be ce…
 
Stewart Kwoh will introduce the Asian American Education Project, formed in 2021, and widely regarded as having the most comprehensive K-12 Asian American history curricula. Offering K-12 APIDA (Asian Pacific Islander Desi American) online learning resources, the Project facilitates professional development courses as well as free training workshop…
 
Our Laundry, Our Town: My Chinese American Life from Flushing to the Downtown Stage and Beyond (Fordham UP, 2022) is a memoir that decodes and processes the fractured urban oracle bones of Alvin Eng's upbringing in Flushing, Queens in the 1970s. Back then, his family was one of the few immigrant Chinese families in a far-flung neighborhood in New Y…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 23! Hawai’i Regional Cuisine is the culmination of over a century of the merging of tradition, fresh ingredients, colonialism, Asian immigrants, and more. It’s developed into what we think is the most unique and diverse regional cuisine in America. We talk about the various impacts on Hawaiian cuisine that influenced HR…
 
Julia Riew, a musical theater composer-lyricist, playwright, and soon-to-be Harvard grad, joins Jerry on Dear Asian Americans to share her journey growing up in St. Louis as one of very few Asian kids, how she found her passion for musicals and plays, and how she wants to use her talents and voice to tell stories we all wish we had. Connect with he…
 
In Black Dragon: Afro Asian Performance and the Martial Arts Imagination (Ohio State UP, 2022), Zachary F. Price illuminates martial arts as a site of knowledge exchange between Black, Asian, and Asian American people and cultures to offer new insights into the relationships among these historically marginalized groups. Drawing on case studies that…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 22! We’ve had so many wonderful recent conversations with guests, and we don’t want it to stop! So here’s another installment in our mid-week interview series. This episode is a conversation with Yvonne Chapman, an actress best known recently as Zhilan, the main antagonist in the CW remake of Kung Fu. Her career also in…
 
Dr. Jenny Tzu-Mei Wang, psychologist, speaker, and best selling author of Permission to Come Home, joins Jerry to talk about the importance of our individual and collective mental health, her journey into the psychology field, and inadvertently becoming a safe haven for many within the Asian American community via her instagram account @asiansforme…
 
Even in the midst of a nationwide surge of bias and incidents against them, Asians from coast to coast have quietly assumed mastery of the nation's technical and intellectual machinery and become essential American workers. Yet, they've been forced to do so in the face of policy proposals―written in the name of diversity―excluding them from the upp…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 21! We’re back to talk about one of our favorite things… food! This week we focus on The History of Korean Food in America. Which is inspiring for us because we love the flavors of Korean cuisine. One reason we’re talking about Korean food is because May 11th marks the anniversary of the name SPAM getting registered. An…
 
Angela Kim, Creator and Blogger of the popular Mommy Diary, joins Jerry on the show to share her story of finding her unique voice in the world of content creation as an Asian American mother of four, what drives her work, and what others who also want to create content can learn from her journey. Learn more about her work at Mommy-Diary.com. Happy…
 
MyKhanh Shelton, SVP of Equity and Inclusion at WarnerMedia, joins Jerry to share her story of her belief in using media to help bring equity and inclusion to elevate Asian American and other marginalized communities. Listen today to learn about her career path from law, inclusion strategist, to media executive who's using her platform to amplify a…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 20! Here comes another installment in our mid-week interview series. This week, our conversation is with Hiro Kanagawa, a veteran actor and voice over artist you’ve probably seen or heard over the past 30 years. He’s also a writer, so we take time to talk about acting, writing, the changes he’s seen over his career, and…
 
Justin Zhu, Co-Founder & Executive Director of Stand with Asian Americans, joins Jerry on the podcast to share about how he leveraged his computer science and entrepreneur experience to help co-found and lead a civil rights organization that unites business, non profit, and government leaders for Asian safety, equity and justice. Join Dear Asian Am…
 
Tolerance and Risk examines the ways that discourses of liberal rights, including feminist and LGBTQ rights, are mobilized to racialize Muslims as uncivilized, even as they garner sympathy and identification with some Muslims.โดย Mitra Rastegar
 
Why has the underrepresentation of women and racial minorities in elected office proved so persistent in American politics? In Nowhere to Run: Race, Gender, and Immigration in American Elections (Oxford UP, 2021), Dr. Christian Dyogi Phillips argues that any analysis must contend with multiple dimensions of identity, context, and the simultaneous d…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 19! There are a lot of Filipino nurses. In fact, the Philippines is the leading exporter of registered nurses across the world. So how did that happen? Spoilers… American Colonialism was a factor. To celebrate National Nurses Day, we take a look into the History of Filipino Nurses and talk about some of the conditions t…
 
Michael Maliakel, lead actor of the Broadway show Aladdin, joins Jerry on the podcast to share his story of growing up South Asian in New Jersey where "never allowed himself to dream of being on Broadway" to how following his passions and dreams to find his way to one of the biggest stages on Broadway. Meet Michael Michael Maliakel (Aladdin) made h…
 
Portrayed in Western discourse as tribal and traditional, Afghans have in fact intensely debated womens rights, democracy, modernity, and Islam as part of their nation building in the post-9/11 era. In her new book, Television and the Afghan Culture Wars, Wazhmah Osman places television at the heart of these public and politically charged clashes w…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 18! This is another installment in our special interview series. In this episode, we talk to Brad Jenkins, the President and CEO of the AAPI Victory Fund, the first Super PAC focused on mobilizing Asian American and Pacific Islander voters in the U.S. We’ve talked about how representation in media, the boardroom, and at…
 
In the struggles for prison abolition, global anti-imperialism, immigrant rights, affordable housing, environmental justice, fair labor, and more, twenty-first-century Asian American activists are speaking out and standing up to systems of oppression. Creating emancipatory futures requires collective action and reciprocal relationships that are nur…
 
This year marks the 30th Anniversary of the 1992 LA Uprising or SAIGU. LA UPRISING is known in the Korean American community as SAIGU, which directly translates to 4.29 or ‘April 29th’: the start date of the civil unrest. We invite all Angelenos to attend the commemorative LA Uprising/SAIGU events this month, to partake in a healing space and refle…
 
Dave Liu, a 30 year Wall Street and Silicon Valley Veteran, joins Jerry on the show to share his story of overcoming early challenges to rising to the top of the investment banking world and how he has dedicated his life to now sharing his lessons and gifts with those in the next generation. Learn more about Dave and his work at Liucrative.co Meet …
 
Race is the subject of passionate and increasingly angry debate. But amidst all the talk of unconscious bias it’s an area into which many fear to tread. In this podcast Professor McWhorter of Colombia University outlines his sometimes controversial views on these issues and explains why he wants to debate them in public. His latest book is Woke Rac…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 17! April 17th marked the anniversary of the fall of Phnom Peng, the capitol of Cambodia. So in our main segment, we talk about the history of Cambodia that led to the vast number of Cambodian refugees who came here in the 1970s and 80s. We also briefly reflect on Good Housekeeping online selecting us as as one of the 1…
 
The brothers behind the street-food sensation that redefined Korean food in L.A. and conquered the Food Network talk about how they've found new ways to survive during Seoul Sausage’s 10-year run. Along the path, they’ve seen the power of social media, the rise of Korean culture in America and how Korean barbecue sausages can power a movement that …
 
Mohammed Ahsanul and his wife Tropa on their trip across the U.S. Photo courtesy of Mohammed Ahsanul. Featured story from “A Better Life?” podcast: Mohammed Ahsanul is an international student at the University of Wyoming. Once he finishes his Ph.D., he expects to return home to Dhaka, Bangladesh—but not before his family reunites with him for the …
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 16! Noodles and rice are two of the most ubiquitous food staples across Asian and Pacific Islander communities. The origin of noodles is debated, but we take a crack to explain a few of the different theories. We also discuss the spread of noodles across Asia and some notable dishes. Before talking about noodles, we beg…
 
Dr. Jonathan Tran's public lecture on April 8, 2022 titled "Yellow Christianity" continues themes from his book, Asian Americans and the Spirit of Racial Capitalism (Oxford University Press, 2022). Dr. Tran, Associate Professor of Philosophical Theology at Baylor University, develops an account of “yellow” politics and Christianity that begins with…
 
January 24, 2022 | Mental Health and Asian Americans: Contexts and Strategies for Faith Leaders Conflict can be a healthy and essential part of community growth, but it takes time, training, and practice to handle conflict in ways that help deepen interpersonal empathy and understanding. Particularly during the pandemic when stress levels are high,…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 15! We’re back with another installment of Most Forgotten Massacres. This week it’s an all Washington State focus as we talk about The Tacoma Riot of 1885 and the Seattle Riot of 1886. What led to these incidents and how did the communities respond? We also take time to talk about some positive current events and end wi…
 
In Here to Stay, Geetika Rudra, a second-generation Indian immigrant and American history buff, takes readers on a journey across the country to unearth the little-known histories of earlier generations of South Asian Americans. She visits storied sites such as Oregons Hindoo Alley, home to many lumber workers at the turn of the century, and Angel …
 
On March 28, 2022, Dr. Helen Jin Kim, Associate Professor of American Religious History at Candler School of Theology at Emory University, presented at the fourth Asian American Theology and Ministry Colloquium at Princeton Theological Seminary of this academic year. Dr. Kim discusses first what it means to recast the history of modern evangelical …
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 14! Most people like a good joke, but when it is harmful or demeaning, or there is a pattern of a specific target being laughed at instead of laughed with, then it can lead to reinforcing stereotypes and power dynamics. This is what has happened to Asian Pacific people in the U.S., and being the target of jokes desensit…
 
Two-time Top Chef finalist Shirley Chung tells the multi-generational story that led to her progressive Chinese-American food at Ms. Chi Cafe. She also discusses the importance of innovation, how she pivoted with nationwide delivery during the pandemic and how she created her own NFT collection at dumplingmafianft.com…
 
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