July 13 AfreecaTV Meokbang Event (먹방 이벤트) 1pm

Do you love food? You know I do! Well, this Monday (July 13, 2015 1pm Korea (4am UTC), I’ll be at the AfreecaTV studios to participate in their HUNGER GAMES. That’s right, it’s the Korea food eating trend called meokbang (먹방) and I’ll be sitting down in front of the camera eating spicy food and…

Christian supporters of LGBTQ rights in South Korea take opponents to task over their use of the Bible to support their misguided position.

Let The Rainbows Fly: Korean Pride

Christian supporters of LGBTQ rights in South Korea take opponents to task over their use of the Bible to support their misguided position.

What's Up Asia?!

[NSFW] What’s Up Asia?! – July 2015

This month on What’s Up Asia?! we discuss: 50 years of South Korean and Japan relations, Japan’s collective self-defense, and more. This podcast is NSFW.

Gungisi Relic Area of Seoul City Hall

Gungisi Relic Area of Seoul City Hall

Discovered during the renovation and expansion of Seoul City Hall, this weapons storage facility was unearthed. While on a recent trip to the area, we entered and Periscoped our walk through.

2015 Korean Queer Culture Festival Parade

2015 Korean Queer Culture Festival Parade

June 28th marked the 16th Korean Queer Culture Festival and its associated Pride Parade. This year, I took the the streets with my iPhone and broadcast the parade live on Periscope.

It’s a humanitarian crisis of epic proportion that seems to be getting worse and worse, with no end in sight. Who are the main players in the Asian Migrant Crisis and what needs to be done to resolve it? Jonah Blank, Senior Political Scientist with the RAND Corporation joins me to try and sense of it all.

Solving the Asian Migrant Crisis

How can we solve the Asian Migrant Crisis? Jonah Blank from the RAND Corporation joins the podcast to discuss the problem’s origin and ways to solve it.

Asia is home to 60% of the world’s population, 40% of which are poor. China’s AIIB should be operational by the end of the year. What does this new bank mean for Asia, how will it work with or compete with other banks performing same tasks, and most importantly, what does it mean for you and me? Curtis S Chin from the Milken Institute breaks it down.

The AIIB and what it means for you and me

Asia is home to 60% of the world’s population, 40% of which are poor. China’s AIIB should be operational by the end of the year. What does this new bank mean for Asia, how will it work with or compete with other banks performing same tasks, and most importantly, what does it mean for you and me? Curtis S Chin from the Milken Institute breaks it down.