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It’s another episode of The Mimi and Greg Show! Lazarus Comic fans beware. Major spoiler alerts for Risen 7 lie ahead. For those that have not yet begun their Lazarus journey, Greg shares a lot of insight in the collaborative process in comic creation. We recorded this episode well in advance, but for my loyal podcast subscribers, I purposely relea…
 
I had so much fun catching up with comics creator Brian Michael Bendis. His newest comic book with artist André Lima Araújo, Phenomena, is a gorgeous fantasy adventure series which just hit shelves on September 14, 2022. Brian shares his inspiration for the series as well as his excitement and fears when creating new worlds and characters. I was ex…
 
It’s another episode of The Mimi and Greg Show! We go typical Mimi and Greg style with tangents, current events and a good old fashioned Rucka Rant! In this episode we discuss the importance of language and communication. Greg also shares his take on the ongoing investigation into Trump’s Mar-a-Lago docs. This is technically episode 50 with my dear…
 
In this episode I discuss the history and philosophy behind one of the most ancient Chinese kung fu weapons, the stick or staff. If you decide to join me on YouTube, you’ll see some of the visuals that go along with the episode, but not to worry loyal podcast listeners, video is not necessary. I hope you have been enjoying these episodes on traditi…
 
Micaela Solís is a naturalist for the Galapagos National Park. I had the pleasure of spending a week with Micaela during my visit to these remarkable islands. Words simply cannot describe the wonderment that is the Galapagos. Micaela and the team of naturalists were so knowledgeable about the wildlife and every facet of the islands. I was particula…
 
Bernard Chang artist/designer, best known for his work in the comic book industry and entertainment design. Bernard has worked on some of the most iconic superhero books, including WONDER WOMAN, SUPERMAN, SUPERGIRL, XMEN THE NEW MUTANTS and is currently collaborating with our mutual friend Gene Luen Yang on DC’s Monkey Prince. I enjoyed hearing Ber…
 
Greg Rucka and I pick up from our previous episode and philosophize about pain, therapy and learning as we age. I know it sounds heavy, but we actually kept it light, (for us). We share some laughs and discuss why laughter truly is the best medicine. We also do a deep dive into Lazarus and I get the update on the plan for the remainder of the comic…
 
In this episode I am answering some listener questions on my kung fu journey and the secret to improving kung fu! I also share some personal stories about growing up with my father, Grandmaster Pui Chan, as my teacher. Listen on for all the answers. If you like this episode, let me know by rating my podcast on your platform of choice and sharing it…
 
Coach Dan John and I are back discussing life, destiny, cannibalism… and of course The Sword in the Stone! In T.H. White’s book, he raises the question: are you prepared for your destiny? It prompts an in-depth conversation on the hero’s journey. I love dissecting this book with Dan which entails so much more than reading a story. I am very gratefu…
 
I had the pleasure of speaking with stars Jo Koy and Lydia Gaston about their new film Easter Sunday opening on August 5th. Jo stars as a struggling actor, comedian, and single father who returns home for an Easter celebration with his riotous, bickering, eating, laughing, and loving family, in this love letter to his Filipino-American community. I…
 
Greg Rucka has been busy on the set of The Old Guard 2. I can’t believe it’s been 4 months since our last podcast. It was great to catch up with Greg and hear about the ins and outs of the film production process. It wouldn’t be a typical episode without a Rucka rant on current events: Roe V Wade, voter suppression, gun control and the problematic …
 
Langley Kirkwood discusses his new film Collision on Netflix, Warrior Season 3 and the upcoming Netflix One Piece live action film. It is eye opening to hear about the very real issues highlighted in the film Collision: xenophobia, racism and corruption. Langley educates me about the history and current socio-political situation in South Africa. Th…
 
Another solo podcast on lineage, kung fu masters and women in Chinese martial arts. I get a lot of questions regarding my expertise in kung fu and decided to answer them on my show. For those of you who do not do martial arts, the episode goes beyond just martial arts. Understanding our history and lineage is important for all of us and hopefully y…
 
Gene Luen Yang is an award wining author and comic creator of American Born Chinese which is soon to be a television show on Disney+. He also shares updates on DC’s The Monkey Prince and Marvel’s Shang Chi. Gene is creating a new graphic novel called Lunar New Year Love Story with LeUyen Pham and an adaptation of video games Clash of Clans and Clas…
 
Sacha Coward is a LGBTQ+ historian, tour guide and escape room designer from London. I could’ve conversed with Sacha for hours about LGBTQ+ history, mermaids and vampires. In the US we are honoring Pride Month, and I am grateful to Sacha for teaching me about the history of Pride and how the LGBTQ+ culture has evolved over the years. The post 289. …
 
I’m trying very hard to contain my excitement in this episode. Brian K. Vaughan is one of my favorite comic writers and I was thrilled he agreed to come on the show. He was so gracious to spend over an hour talking comics, writing, and collaboration. I am so grateful to share these thoughtful conversations with humans that I admire so greatly. Bria…
 
Coach Michael Boyle is known internationally for his pioneering work in the field of Strength & Conditioning and is regarded as one of the top experts in the area for Sports Performance Training. He has made his mark on the industry over the past 30 years with an impressive following of professional athletes, from the US Women’s Olympic teams in So…
 
In this episode, I speak with Dr. Helen Hsu and Dr. Catherine Teotico about AAPI Heritage Month and Mental Health Awareness Month. We discuss the high rate of suicide amongst AAPI college students and how ways to raise awareness for mental health. The post 286. AAPI MENTAL HEALTH: The high rate of suicide amongst AAPI college students first appeare…
 
Disclaimer for this episode: You may be offended. You may not like what I have to say, but I need to say it. All the feelings that I am expressing are my own. They don’t represent any of the organizations I work for or with – these are MY thoughts and opinions. The post 285. Sifu Mimi’s rant on mass shootings, Roe v. Wade, voter suppression and AAP…
 
Dr. Jeannie Celestial is a licensed clinical psychologist and founder of a psychotherapy and consulting practice in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dr. Jeannie integrates somatic, brain-based, and culturally-rooted approaches to treat trauma and facilitate radical holistic wellness, specializing in Filipinx and global majority communities. May is AAPI …
 
As we honor AAPI Heritage Month there is one interview that I think everyone should hear. In 2017, I had the privilege of speaking with Richard Sakurai about his experience in a Japanese internment camp. At the time of the interview, he was 91 years old. The internment of Japanese Americans in the United States during World War II was the forced re…
 
Jennifer Mosier (SAG-AFTRA) is the President of Synecdoche Works, an arts nonprofit. We discuss her love for the arts and theater as well as her life growing up in 1970s Manhattan. Jennifer was also open in sharing what life was like for her growing up as a half-Korean mixed-race child. We share outrage and discuss the ongoing issues of anti-Asian …
 
It’s AAPI Heritage Month! In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage month, I'd like to kick things off with a conversation about what this month means to me and how I intend to celebrate. Instead of recording a solo podcast, I thought I'd have a chat with my favorite human, Oscar. We discuss the importance of AAPI heritage month and …
 
April is child abuse prevention month. Although this is a difficult subject to discuss, it is an important one. Please listen with an open mind and be mindful of any emotional triggers you may have in listening to this episode. As many of you know, I am a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and only began sharing my story a few years ago. I had the …
 
This is my tenth episode with Coach Dan John and it is my favorite so far. Be ready to cry, laugh, and think with us during this hour. Dan is extremely thoughtful and insightful and I have been on an extraordinary journey with him exploring the philosophies of The Sword in the Stone by T.H. White. The post 279. Coach Dan John on the unfairness of l…
 
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