Jenn Fang (@reappropriate), founder of Reappropriate.co, returns to the podcast to talk with Tony about Kamala Harris ending her campaign for President, Julian Castro’s quest to change the whole game around the Presidential Primary Politics, and Andrew Yang’s gimmicky campaign that might be confirming the Model Minority myth.

Author Seth Berkman joins the Model Majority Podcast to talk about his book, “A Team of Their Own,” which chronicles the story of the combined North/South Korea Olympic Women’s Hockey Team who played at the…

Ellen Wu (@ellendwu), Associate Professor in the Department of History at Indiana University Bloomington and Director of the Asian American Studies Program, joins the podcast to trace the historical origin of the concept “Model Minority”….

Leana Wen (@DrLeanaWen), visiting professor at George Washington University and former president of Planned Parenthood, joins the podcast to discuss her work fighting the opioid crisis in Baltimore, dealing with “otherization” and representation as an…

Jenn Fang (@reappropriate), founder of Reappropriate.co the oldest Asian American feminist blog, returns to the podcast to cohost. We talked about the implications of Twitter’s ban of political ads, North Carolina’s heavily gerrymandered map that…

John Delury (@JohnDelury), Associate Professor of Chinese Studies at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, joins the podcast to put everything that’s been happening in Hong Kong, China, and North Korea in proper historical context….

Kevin (@kevinsxu) and Tony (@AnthonyNagatani) discuss the 4th Democratic Primary debate in Ohio last week, specifically what was NOT talked about but SHOULD have been discussed, namely China/Hong Kong Protest, immigration, and climate change. We…

Yu Gu (@yuisrain) documentary filmmaker and co-director and producer of the award-winning documentary “Who is Arthur Chu?” joins the podcast to talk about the making of this documentary, its exploration of Asian American identity, social…

Jenn Fang (@reappropriate), founder of Reappropriate.co, returns to the podcast to co-host with *exclusive* audio clip from her on the record lunch gathering with presidential candidate, Andrew Yang, where they talked about Shane Gillis, his…

Sophia Chang (@sophchang), a music business matriarchitect, who has managed multiple rap and R&B stars like the Wu Tang Clan’s RZA, GZA and ODB, chats with Kevin (@kevinsxu) about her new Audible-exclusive audio memoir, “The…

Alton Wang (@altonwang) joins the podcast with Kevin (@kevinsxu) to discuss his op-ed in the Washington Post on why Andrew Yang’s Asian jokes are harmful and perpetuates the model minority myth. We also talked about…

Michelle Ye Hee Lee (@myhlee) of the Washington Post returns to chat with Kevin (@kevinsxu) in a wide-ranging interview from her new role covering money in politics, exploring the issue of diversity in the political…

Anka Lee (@Anka_Lee) chats with Kevin (@kevinsxu) in this wide-ranging interview from Anka’s immigrant story, to first moment of political activism in high school, to a fascinating and illustrious career in foreign policy in D.C.,…

Jenn Fang, founder of Reappropriate.co, returns to the podcast to co-host this Labor Day 2019 special edition, where we discuss the history of the Alaskeros (Filipino American laborers who were one of the first to unionize…

Kimmy Yam (@kimmythepooh), Huffington Post Asian Voices editor returns to the podcast to chat with (@kevinsxu) and recap all that happened in Asian America in the past year, progress that still need to be made,…

Vien Truong (@viendetta), policy expert on building equitable green economy and former president of Dream Corps, chats with Kevin (@kevinsxu) about growing up in a refugee family in the “wrong” zipcodes to devoting her life…

Chris Lu, former Deputy Labor Secretary and White House Cabinet Secretary during the Obama administration and frequent commentators on TV, re-joins the podcast for a third time to talk about his impression and suggestions on…