'History is not a straight line': on the Chinese Question with Prof. Mae NgaiAndy in conversation with Prof. Mae Ngai, historian at Columbia University, about her new book 'The Chinese Question.'
Nothing to lose but your supply chainsTammy's in Korea quarantine, Enes Kanter is on a crusade, and Tamm writes a new piece on supply chains and transport labor.
"Taiwan?" with New Bloom: Brian Hioe and Wen LiuAndy talks with Wen Liu and Brian Hioe (New Bloom) about Chinese invasion fears, the western left, and the relationship between Asian and Asian America…
Another election, another culture warThis week, we talk about last week’s mid-mid-mid-midterm results. Plus podsquad catch-up. 
Kori Graves on Black Korean adopteesTammy interviews Professor Kori A. Graves about her 2020 book on how Black Americans came to adopt Black Korean children during and after the Korean Wa…
Ultimate Kangbook episodeTammy and Andy grill Jay about his new book, The Loneliest Americans!
Kangbook, "umami," StriketoberHello! This week, we talk The Loneliest Americans and MSG, worker rebellion and infrastructure purgatory. (Apols for slight audio glitches.)
Hi, this is Jay. Apologies for the multiple emails today, but I wanted to write to let you know that my book THE LONELIEST AMERICANS is out today. It’s…
"The Loneliest": Jay's book + KidneygateHello from the kindest group chat! We talk Jay's new book, bad and badder art friends, and a composer in deep trouble.
"Squid Game:" Some of us are not horses.Warning: Hot takes and Marxist analysis of spoilers ahead. Don’t listen until you’ve watched it all. 
Abolish ICE! And keep going. With Silky Shah of Detention Watch Network.This week, we welcome a special guest to talk about the immigrant rights movement and immigration policy. Plus, Andy and Tammy channel Jay Energy and a…
Happy 10th birthday, Occupy Wall Street!Hello from Zuccotti Park! The 10th year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street; Vietnamese American voting; and Vietnam's battles with Covid.