Tag: Korean

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Uncovering Stories of Asian Americans in the Old West

“They were there all along. I just didn’t know their stories.”

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Should I Stay Or Should I Go? – The Debut Episode of Our New Podcast Series, “A Better Life?”

In the pandemic two women wrestle with the same question and reach very different conclusions.

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I Couldn’t Bear to Watch the Oscars, Then Parasite Won

Commentary from Fi2W’s editing fellow Mia Warren.

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Fi2W on the Radio: A Korean Restaurant in Brooklyn via Uzbekistan

A restaurant reveals a little-known story of the Korean diaspora.

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Meditation and Community Engagement – A Buddhist Monk’s Work in Midtown Manhattan

A Korean Buddhist leader serves multiple constituencies in the city

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Mei Chau and Ah La Ko-Oh: The Accidental Chefs

The second in our series of recorded conversations between immigrant women food entrepreneurs.

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Seniors Claim the Culinary Spotlight

Two New Web Series Highlight Immigrant Elders’ Home Cooking

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Thanksgiving on the Radio: Pavochón, ‘Thanksgivukkah,’ and Other Fusions

Listen to Kathy Gunst on NHPR’s ‘Word of Mouth,” and Von Diaz on NPR’s Latino USA talking about Thanksgiving traditions and hybrids.