Asians Represent! Is here to celebrate and examine Asian representation in tabletop games and pop culture. We do this by creating conversation,
introducing new perspectives to the broader gaming community, and creating spaces for new voices in the industry.
No Dice, No Problem #1 - The Future of One D&D, TTRPG Celebrity Boxing, and more!
Welcome to No Dice, No Problem! This is a new monthly variety show hosted by Daniel Kwan and Drew Quon! For the inaugural episode, they talked about TTRPG celebrity boxing, the future of D&D after the SRD 5.1 CC announcement, and answered Patreon questions!
Episode 65: Season 3 Finale!
Join us for a discussion about our thoughts on the last season of the podcast, expanding our team, new shows in 2023, and more!
Episode 64: Board Game Design 101
Ever wanted to design and publish your own board games? On this episode of the Asians Represent podcast, @BrotherMingGames joined Daniel for a conversation about fan games, self-publishing, and tips on getting into the publishing business!
Episode 63: Why is storytelling important?
On the latest episode of Asians Represent, Daniel and Chris Tung discussed the importance of generational stories, legacy, and how they carry family stories into their creative endeavours.
Episode 62: Asian Horror Stories
For a spooky October episode, Daniel and Emma dove into Japanese and Chinese works of horror and strange fiction. From Junji Ito to classical Chinese literature, get ready for an informative discussion about the revolting, anxiety inducing, and illuminating world of horror!
Episode 61: Cultural Misrepresentation in Anime
Following up on episode #60, we discussed the misrepresentation of marginalized characters in manga and anime - from reductive portrayals of characters to racist caricatures.
Absolutely love the way Daniel and Agatha present information and controversial topics. Every problem presented is coupled with some kind of solution and nuanced explanation for how it affects people. I also love the way they shine a light on other creators and scholars.
This podcast has provided me with incredible perspective on so many things. As a person who considers themselves pretty aware of personal biases, I find the point of views of the hosts to be so important to understanding how we can all interact, create, and enjoy TTRPGs. I can’t recommend this show enough!
An amazing perspective
I follow DM Steve, and this was an amazing find. With a lot of great perspectives on DnD that I haven’t heard a million times. Can’t wait to keep following.