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Sweet and Sour

By katie zhu and Nicole Zhu

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Description

Sweet and Sour is a show exploring different facets of Asian American life.

Customer Reviews

Fun and insightful podcast on the Asian-American experience

Includes stories from sisters Katie and Nicole's personal lives, pop culture discussions, and interviews. They manage to cover serious topics with a certain lightheartedness that makes it fun to listen.

a rare wise and fun podcast

It's super rare that I stumble upon a podcast that I listen to in its entirety. Sweet and Sour FM was my go-to for entertainment and insights. The Hella Asian parts definitely resonated with me, but there were moments during each show that made me go, "YASSSS!!" Can't wait for the next season - keep up the great work, ladies!

Funny, relevant, and helpful but...

I think this podcast is great! It's very relatable. I'm up to episode 8 so far, so this review is relevant up to this episode. I really appreciate the topic discussed and humor that comes along with it. Honestly, it's helping me get through some rough times in grad school, so thank you for that.

Somethings that I'm a little wary about is some use of language, and maybe these can be discussed in the podcast. For example, I think using words such as "crazy" or "insane" is ableist and really discriminates against people whose brains don't fit with society's standards of "sanity." Instead, we can say, "ridiculous" or "absurd." The other thing (I am guilty of this, too) is the use of African American Vernacular English (AAVE) - things like "it's lit," "dope," or "yo" (hella is debatable I think). As people who are not African American, we really shouldn't be using this language.

I'm working through all these issues myself, so I don't mean to lecture in any way. I just think it's important to consider. Thanks for reading and I look forward to more episodes!

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