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Asian Americana

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Description

A show about slices of distinctly Asian American culture and history.

Customer Reviews

bobagirl

If you love "This American Life" and are interested in Asian American culture, this is your show! Asian Americana is well-crafted and delves into finer points of rarely told Asian American stories and history. The multiple interviews featured in each episode are weaved together seamlessly. I've learned so much from listening to the first two episodes. I'm excited to see what other topics this podcast explores in the future.

Thoughtfully written and well produced

I recently met the creator of Asian Americana at a local community event. As we bonded over storytelling podcasts and the intersectionality of Asian and Latino cultures in Southern California, I knew that his self produced podcasts would align with my interests. I flew through the first three episodes a couple days later and was really impressed by the depth of research that went into each topic. I'm definitely looking forward to the next episodes and recommend this to anybody that's interested in expanding our understanding of what it means to be American in 2017.

Yes!

As an Asian-American growing up in the South, I have craved a deeper look into the history of Asians and Asian-Americans living in the United States - our history, our contributions, and our struggles. This podcast does just that. Especially in the current political climate, this podcast is a necessary look into just how important immigrants are to our communities and how their progeny "own" just as much claim to this land as any other community in the United States.

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