This week the boys talk about how much Imran will spend on his wedding, David looking for a roommate, Parasite revealing Asian's thirst for validation, Andrew Yang dropping out of the election and more!
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Carolina Do joins us to celebrate the Lunar New Year. We discuss her namesake, her parent's immigrant story, secret families, the lunar new year, and Asian American representation. Enjoy!
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This week the guys try to figure out the units of Desi Time, who is really behind the Bay Area car break ins, why Amazon deserves to avoid paying taxes, Brexit, and instilling confidence. Please like, leave a comment and subscribe!
This week David and Imran get into the pressure of proposing, the Parasite write up by Thessaly La Force in the NYT, Brenda Song not being Asian enough, Imran's support of brown women, and NDA's. Enjoy!
This week we sit down with journalist, video correspondent, and artist Dolly Li. We touch on what life in Hong Kong in 2019, how hard it is being an Asian woman, Dolly's path in Art, and learning new life skills. Enjoy!
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The world's most inconsistent podcast continues to live up to their tagline. David is back from Asia. He and Imran discuss being in white rich spaces, his travels, the cancelation of Fresh Off the Boat, and when is it okay to do yellowface. Enj
Author, poet, and professor Jason Koo our podcast this week. He and David discuss growing up in the midwest, sports' influence on masculinity, not being a real doctor, and more!
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This week we explore the upbringing of Filipino-American DJ, designer, and @bubble____t, Tito Vida. We discuss his youth in the Pacific Northwest. the club scene in NYC, the formation of the party collective Bubble T, and more! Enjoy!
Movie and TV writer Karen Han sits down and talks about her upbringing in the mid west, art history, following your passion, and more.
Karen is a writer based in New York City, and is currently Entertainment Reporter at Polygon. She studied ar
Southern boy turned NYC writer, actor, and improvisor, Donald Chang, joins the most inconsistent podcast. This week we discuss growing up in Florida, catching the acting bug, the premier variety show Asian AF and Asian Masculinity. Enjoy! #bada
Fulbright scholar and Pitbull super fan Janesh Rahlan joins the most inconsistent podcast. This week we discuss Mr. Worldwide, assimilating into your own culture, the impact of Slumdog Millionaire, Desi wedding, working on Obama's campaign and
Vietnamese Austrailian, Kyall Mai joins the world's most inconsistent podcast this week. We sit down and discuss the Vietnamese diaspora, stories of gold and pirates, being a third culture kid, and more! Please like and subscribe. #badasians
We talk about The Farewell, the need to tell stories, Esther's path to being a writer, politics within the Asian community, what it's like to work for Jezebel and more! Enjoy!
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The world’s most inconsistent podcast is joined with the hosts of the Red Dot Collective - Eva Woolridge and Sage Youngblood! We sit down to discuss their multi-ethnic background, sex education, the Red Dot Campaign, sex parties, and more! Enjo
Do today’s Asian Americans still care about their family’s honor? The worlds most inconsistent podcast invites Stephen Ku (Komedio Comedy) to give his take the current state of Asian Americans. We then get into a spoiler heavy review of the new
The world's most inconsistent podcast returns with another accomplished guest. We welcome Diep Tran @diepthought where we discuss who runs Asian culture, growing up as the baby of the family, the problematic world of the theater, which plays ar
The world's most inconsistent podcast is back with another accomplished guest. This week we have the co-found of the Desi Comedy Festival and the Setup, Abhay Nadkarni. We discuss his move to the US from India, breakdown the confusions Desi peo
Only the most accomplished guests on the world's most inconsistent podcast. This week our hosts welcome Diana Kris Navarro, who was part of the first class of Girls Who Code. We discuss why Jeremy Lin's NBA championship means nothing, Diana's
The world's most inconsistent podcast returns with special guest Ed Pokropski (@epopski). We sit down with the multi-faceted comedian to talk about being adopted, growing up in Philadelphia, and being empathetic. We then get into a review of th
This week we have an all Vietnamese conversation as @davidnguyen sits down with the Verge's features editor Kevin Nguyen (@knguyen). We talk about taking Vietnamese classes, assimilating to America, working at GQ, and being Asian in white work
This week @davidnguyen and @imrantheg sit down with the founders of Banana Mag(@bananamag) Kathleen Tso and Vicki Ho. We discuss how they met, the release of their 5th issue, and the twitter controversy with Ayesha Curry and Constance Wu. Enjoy
This week @davidnguyen and @imrantheg sit down with NYC based writer and comedian, Diana Chan (@hidianachan). We discuss going viral, Beyonce's Homecoming, growing Asian in a Latin dominated community, creating a space for yourself, being a bad
This week @davidnguyen take a quarterly inventory of @imrantheg since he quit his job. They discuss the new Hulu series Ramy, Ali Wong and Randall Park's upcoming Netflix movie, Imran's MCU fatigue, automation, and tolerence for
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