Southern Fried Asian is a new podcast from The Nerds of Color hosted by Keith Chow.
Typically, stories about Asian Americans are centered on the experiences of those who grew up on the coasts -- New York, Southern California, the Bay Area -- where communities of different Asian American subgroups have lived for many years.
On this podcast, though, we're gonna look at a region of the country that isn't typically associated with these stories and unpack what it means to be Asian American in the American South.
With less than three weeks to go for the 2020 Presidential Election, Keith sits down with filmmaker and subjects from the new documentary, First Vote: director Yi Chen, podcaster Kaiser Kuo, and professor Dr. Jennifer Ho on this special election edition of Southern Fried Asian.
Eva Noblezada & Diane Paragas of 'Yellow Rose'
On October 9, Sony Pictures' Yellow Rose makes its theatrical debut on hundreds of screens across North America. To celebrate, the film's star, Eva Noblezada, and writer/director, Diane Paragas, join Keith on a brand new Southern Fried Asian.
Luisa A. Igloria
On a brand new Southern Fried Asian, Keith reconnects with his former college professor, Luisa A. Igloria, who was just named the first Filipina American poet laureate of Virginia.
This episode of Southern Fried Asian was recorded in February before the coronavirus shut down everything. While Disney may have taken Mulan off its release schedule, we're filling the void by releasing Keith's conversation with one of the film's stars, Chen Tang!
'Far East Deep South'
On June 5, the Oxford Film Festival will host the virtual world premiere of the documentary feature, Far East Deep South, a film about a Chinese American family discovering its unexpected history in Mississippi. Before its premiere, the filmmakers, Larissa Lam and Baldwin Chiu, sit down for this month's episode of Southern Fried Asian.
This month's guest on Southern Fried Asian, Edward Hong, has been tapped to deliver the commencement address for the APIA students of the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. A fitting tribute to the college's first ever Asian American Studies graduate in the 300-year-old institution's history.
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It’s so nice that someone is finally recognizing the Chinese community here in the Deep South, especially the delta region. Thank you!
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I love this podcast. I wish you would do more.
Very important intersection!!!
I love how this podcast highlights the intersection of Southern ASIAN (Americans)!!! As someone who identifies as a southern Asian (specially Lao), it’s been validating to listen to other Asian stories from the south! Please keep this podcast up✊🏽✊🏽🔥🔥💕💕