032: The Taco Accords

Vikrum Aiyer former Chief of Staff at the US Patent & Trademark Office, and current Head of Public Policy & Strategic Communications at Postmates joins the pod to talk about his new podcast “American Enough.” We also talk automation, Presidential Special Councils, and Vikrum’s deep dark taco secret! While Kevin is off on vacation Tony premieres Read more about 032: The Taco Accords[…]

031: Bannon Schadenfreude Orgasm

Vicki Tung, Director of Public Affairs at Texas Instrument, 40 under 40s by Silicon Valley Business Journal, and former Associate Director of Legislative & Intergovernmental Affairs at Department of Commerce, joins the podcast to talk about her career in public service, advocacy in the AAPI community, and making dumplings! We also banter about #BannotOut and hand our Read more about 031: Bannon Schadenfreude Orgasm[…]

030: “Asians are the loneliest Americans”

Dr. Meena Seshamani, former director of the Office of Health Reform at the Department of Health and Human Services, shares her knowledge on the current state of healthcare and what policymakers should do to make things better. We also share our thoughts on North Korea, NYT Magazine article on Asian-American fraternities, and Charlottesville. Subscribe: Apple Podcast | Stitcher | Google Read more about 030: “Asians are the loneliest Americans”[…]

029: Don’t Forget Vincent Chin

Frank Wu, Distinguished Professor at UC Hastings, author of “Yellow: Race in America Beyond Black and White,” and prolific writer and blogger on civil rights and Asian-American-related issues, talk to us about the importance of the Vincent Chin case, his life story growing up in Detroit and teach law at Howard University (a historic African Read more about 029: Don’t Forget Vincent Chin[…]