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Ep. 3: Once the First “Yes” Comes, All the “Yeses” Start Coming

Ep. 3: Once the First “Yes” Comes, All the “Yeses” Start Coming

Kate and Yoko chat with producer and director Roxy Shih about working hard and staying real in the movie-making business. Plus: creepy porcelain dolls ... what’s the deal with those?

We’re getting the hang of this???

 Seriously, what is the deal with these dolls.

Seriously, what is the deal with these dolls.

Show Notes

Follow Roxy Shih on Facebook and Instagram, and be on the lookout for her directorial feature debut The Tribe!

Also, be sure to check out Voices, a Jubilee Project for NBC Asian America.

Ali Wong’s Baby Cobra is currently available on Netflix!

Two writeups on the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt “geisha episode:” Vulture and Bustle.

Wired’s article on Justin Lin, who’s directing the next Star Trek movie.

Roger Ebert provides a glorious clapback against a man accusing Justin Lin of “portraying Asian Americans in a negative way” at the Better Luck Tomorrow premier. 🙌🏼  PRAISE 🙌🏽  HANDS 🙌🏻  FOREVER 🙌🏿  PLEASE 🙌🏾

Visual References

Han Seoul-Oh (aka Sung Kang), in Better Luck Tomorrow and in the Fast movies.

That Rite-Aid ice cream though!

Japanese chocolate-filled cookies. Are you on team koala or team panda?

Dang, Kim Chi:

Ep. 4: The CTRL + F5 Just to See if You Were Postin'

Ep. 4: The CTRL + F5 Just to See if You Were Postin'

Ep. 2: VHS Tape of the 1992 Winter Olympics

Ep. 2: VHS Tape of the 1992 Winter Olympics