I left in all the audio issues we had at the beginning, the audio is rough, I think Google dropped the audio quality on their recordings, so we’re going to have to get creative on getting quality recordings from here on out.
You’d be hard pressed to find someone more involved in the Asian community in DC, or in DC as a whole than Christian Oh. Christian is a part of every element of DC, organizing events for local charities and non-profits, promoting artists and standing up for Asian and Pacific Islander identity. Here’s just a little of what he’s involved with:
Christian is proud to manage the talent of a strong Asian-American female voice Heesun Lee. She has lived a uniquely American life with a multitude of influences being adopted into a Chinese American family and listening to her favorite US hip hop artists growing up. Her diverse influences and experience makes her tagline: “Breaking Stereotypes” all the more real, as she encourages listeners to follow their passions.
Christian explains how he met Simon Tam and the Slants at their beginnings at Anime Conventions and his work with artists through http://kollaboration.org/
K-Pop Event – June 24th – Eden Lounge
July 22nd – K-Pop Expo
GI Film Festival
Thursday Raw at Howard Theater
The Food we talked about:
Chef Evelyn Bunoan’s
POM (Philippine Oriental Market & Deli)
3610 Lee Highway
Arlington, Virginia 22207
Open Tuesday through Sunday: 10:30AM–4:30PM
In this episode, video games history is getting erased. Older games are well archived, but XBox era games are getting harder to experience.
Tech Sully breaks down the recent tech news from DDoS hitting the Internet to the most recent #PodestaEmails.
Tech rounds out the episode with a prediction about the next four years.
At this point the election is on rails, an unless either candidate is clapped in irons before the election one of these monsters is going to be president, strap in and enjoy the ride.
We’ve mentioned before how little politics should matter in our daily lives, and The Podcaste would like to remind you that losing friends or family over this stupid election isn’t worth it. Find common ground with your loved ones, and avoid the conversations that get toxic.
So keep talking it out, and for no reason here is a Corgi dressed as Captain America.