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…

Jenn Fang, founder of Reappropriate.co, returns to the podcast to co-host this episode, where she and Tony gave Kevin some ideas on what he should cover at the 2nd Democratic Primary Debates in Detroit. The three…

Annabelle Schmitt, intersectional feminist fashion influencer and blogger on Mixed Hues, joins the podcast to talk about issues related to mixed race identity, fetishization of mixed race people, WMAF (White Male Asian Female), and more!…

Co-Hosts Tony and Kevin catch up on life from traveling, technology in China, demographic analysis of Japan, Tony’s HAOLE AF insecurity, and more! Subscribe: Apple Podcast | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Play | TuneIn…

Carolina Do, actress, playwright, union member, and advocate for more AAPI representation on stage and screen, joins Kevin for a great interview! They talk about her family’s amazing immigrant story, and Carolina shares her insights…

Jenn Fang, founder of Reappropriate.co, returns to the podcast to co-host this episode, and she and Tony get into all things Democratic Primary Debate. The good, the bad, and everything in between, we talk Kamala v…

Tiffany Miller, a bay area activist, joins Kevin to talk about why the Oakland Airport should be renamed after Maggie Gee, one of only two Chinese American women to have flown for the US military…

Nancy Wang Yuen, professor of sociology at Biola University, and author of the book Reel Inequality: Hollywood Actors and Racism, stops by the podcast to chat with Kevin about the struggle for AAPI representation in Hollywood….

William Tong, attorney general of Connecticut and the first Chinese American attorney general, joins the podcast to share his inspiring story from working in his family’s Chinese restaurant growing up to becoming the attorney general…

Doris Truong, director of training and diversity of the Poynter Institute and former president of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA), joins the podcast to talk about how journalism works, her involvement and leadership at…

Jenn Fang, founder of Reappropriate.co, returns to the podcast to co-host this episode, where we did a deep dive on both the politics and the science (and how those two things intertwine) in the current…

Rachana Desai Martin, Chief Operating Officer of the Democratic National Committee and former Director of Voter Protection program of the DNC, joins the podcast to talk about how voter protection works on a campaign, why…

Mehran Khodabandeh, executive director of Elect AAPI PAC founded by former Treasurer of California John Chiang, joins the podcast to talk about leading the new AAPI-focused PAC and his journey and experience working as a…

Simon Tam, founder and bassist of The Slants returns to the podcast to talk about his new memoir, “Slanted: How an Asian American Troublemaker Took on the Supreme Court“. Tony and Kevin also discuss (more)…

Jenn Fang, founder of Reappropriate.co, returns to the podcast to co-host this episode, where she and Kevin discussed what they’ve read and learned from the Mueller report (so far, it’s long!), which presidential candidate got…

Rumana Ahmed, former White House staffer for BOTH the Obama and Trump administrations joins Kevin for an excellent conversation! They talk about her pathway into the West Wing, and pull back the curtains on what…