An award-winning podcast about modern-day artifacts of Asian American life, hosted by poet and museologist Shin Yu Pai.
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This is a story about the way we make a statement.
Anti-Asian hate crimes spiked during the Covid-19 pandemic. And then the Atlanta spa shooting scarred a community already suffering.
Shawn Wong discovered the first Japanese American novel, No-No Boy, at a used bookstore for 50 cents, after being told by his English professors that Asian American literature didn’t exist.
During the mizu kuyo ritual for pregnancy loss, a small Jizo Bodhisattva statue enshrines ceremonial remains of a lost child. Following Shin Yu’s miscarriage in 2012, she had a mizu kuyo ceremony to process her grief.
I fall in love with every person featured, every story. The soundtrack matches the vibe so well, and I feel connected to people I’ll likely never even meet. I’ve relistened to episodes on days I feel alone or detached from my own communities.
Wonderful, “Book”. I can’t help but Mention Chin Music Press, a Seattle publisher of Asian American authors located in the Pike Place Market!🇯🇵
Shin Yu Pai squeezes an infinite amount of beauty from ordinary objects. These episodes will move you like poems.