We talk about Nigel's recent viral success, how Asian parents never throw anything out even if it's broken, why Evelyn is crying and why we all should stop thinking (spoiler, the two last may be linked).
Kenneth Lam is a brilliant photographer who incorporates his Chinese culture into his work. We speak to Ken about growing up and working in his parent's Chinese Restaurant where he would get fired every week, dealing with the passing of his mother and coming out to his father who is so hot he easily found a girlfriend.
Crash Landing On You has given Evelyn a newfound confidence and a new outlook on life! Nigel has a controversial take on why Asians from Asia look better than Asians from the West. And why watching media from Asia is important if you care about Asian representation.
MiMi Aye is a British-born Burmese chef and author of two Burmese cookbooks: Noodle! and Mandalay. We talk about Burmese food, why Burmese cuisine isn't as mainstream as other Asian cuisines, and Nigel shares a story from his trip to Cambodia years ago.
We talk about Evelyn's new outlook on life, Nigel's professionally-permed hair, how Asians shop for clothes, and Evelyn's new non-revenue-generating hobby. We also host a call-in from our Rice Mogul (formerly COVID19 Rescue Team) tier patron - Sandy Yu!