Refugee’s Daughter explores host, Christina Le’s memories and experiences growing up as a Chinese-Vietnamese American. But this show is not just about her. She will also bring in guests to talk about what growing up as a person of Chinese heritage has meant for them. This show is about bringing people together through understanding and empathy. And it’s her hope that these conversations around Chinese heritage and identity will help create space for all of us to share more of our stories.
What makes a story American? In the final episode of “Refugee’s Daughter,” author Ken Liu (“The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories”) sits with Christina to discuss what it means to have and write an American story.
Actor and content creator, Ryan Alexander Holmes, sits down with Christina to discuss what he’s learned about himself, his culture, and his identity as being Black and Chinese in this week’s episode of “Refugee’s Daughter.”
Meet Pearl Low, Oscar-winning story artist who has created a safe space for people of similar backgrounds and identities to meet, share, and bond over culture and language. Join Christina and Pearl as they discuss “Cantonese Connection” in this week’s episode of “Refugee’s Daughter.”
Christina sits down with Heather Wong, pastry chef and founder of Flouring LA! Join Christina and Heather as they discuss growing up with multiple identities and how that plays into their identities today in this week’s episode of “Refugee’s Daughter.”
How do Chinese medicine and food go hand-in-hand? In this week’s episode of “Refugee’s Daughter,” Christina sits with Alice Sun to discuss Chinese medicine and how she incorporates those practices into food and cooking.
Bazi is known as the Four Pillars of Destiny, an astrological concept based on an analysis of the time and date of birth which can determine a person’s destiny or fate. Christina sits with Elton Keung to discuss Bazi in this week’s episode.
Christina Le sits with Michelle Lam, a director, author, and story artist who has worked for studios such as Netflix, Glen Keane Productions, and Titmouse Animation Studios.
Join Christina and Michelle as they discuss what it’s like being in the entertainment industry, and how things are changing for Asian-American representation in media.
In the premiere episode of Refugee’s Daughter, Christina Le sits with Sarah and Katilin Leung, two of the four creators (and family members!) of The Woks of Life, a blog recognized as THE online authority on Chinese cooking in English! Join Christina as she talks with Sarah and Kaitlin on how food brought them closer to their cultures and families, and how their identities are something they choose.
Join Christina Le as she begins the journey of starting her podcast, recounting her memories, and sitting down with guests to share their own experiences.
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