4 episodes

Two 30something New Yorkers (Diane, a professional chef, and Jason, a magazine editor) talk family, dating, friendship, money, work — among many, many other things — from their Asian American perspectives. Only half serious.

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    • Society & Culture

Two 30something New Yorkers (Diane, a professional chef, and Jason, a magazine editor) talk family, dating, friendship, money, work — among many, many other things — from their Asian American perspectives. Only half serious.

    Why Do I Have Such Imposter Syndrome?

    Why Do I Have Such Imposter Syndrome?

    Is there some link between the imposter syndrome that we feel at work (in life) and our race? No! Yes? Maybe?

    • 35 min
    We Watched — and Didn't Love — Crazy Rich Asians

    We Watched — and Didn't Love — Crazy Rich Asians

    After all the build-up and all the hoopla, we finally watched Crazy Rich Asians — there was a lot we liked, and some we didn't.

    • 37 min
    Why Am I Obligated to Support Crazy Rich Asians?

    Why Am I Obligated to Support Crazy Rich Asians?

    Crazy Rich Asians the movie is out in August — Jason has read (and enjoyed) the books. Diane hasn't. But both of us have reservations about having to support this "landmark" all-Asian cast with open arms. Do beggars have to be choosers?

    • 30 min
    Asian Americans, Hip Hop Culture, and Real Allyship

    Asian Americans, Hip Hop Culture, and Real Allyship

    Growing up in an Asian American enclave, Diane was enamored of hip hop and black culture — even without knowing a single black person. We talk about reconciling affinity for a culture you're not a part of, how to enact what you support in theory, and how the journey continues for both of us.

    • 45 min

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