In this episode of Asian Voices Radio, Councilwoman Raman shares her personal thoughts on her work and what continues to motivate her as an urban planner and activist.
Period problems, Keanu Reeves as Disney Princesses, and blunt humor, Crystal Ro commands comedy through her comic art. As a Snr. Buzzfeed Editor, her art has met the screens of thousands across the world-but what’s her story?
Kiki was born in Hong Kong. Her family landed in Seattle, Washington when she was twelve years old. She is now the producer of the hit comedy show, Crazy Woke Asians. In this episode, she shares more about her personal background, and what inspires her work as a comedian and community leader.
Can watching Korean Dramas be good for understanding your mental health? Noonchi is the Korean concept of the ability to read the room. In Jeanie Chang’s practice, a Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider (CMHIMP) and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP), she uses Noonchi to help others explore complex mental health concepts.
On this episode of Asian Voices Radio, Emmy-nominated Rasha Goel shares her insight on the rise of Asian representation in Hollywood and the reasons people in positions of power, or “the gatekeepers” should pay more attention to diversity amongst their cast and crews. As one of the fastest-growing demographic groups in America, Rasha emphasizes the need to cater toward this sort of untapped market.