In Asian culture, fish represent abundance and familial harmony. However, the most delicate and delicious part of the fish is reserved for the eldest or most honorable member of the family: the cheeks. Now, actress Olivia Sui is bringing the same sense of community and culture she grew up with to her new podcast. On Fish Cheeks, Olivia dives deep with guests from a wide array of cultures and industries, discussing their unique journeys and empowering listeners to take the road less traveled- ...
Nithya Raman is a mother, urban planner, and activist. She is passionate about solving homelessness, climate change, and racial injustice. She is running for city council of Los Angeles.
Mirai Nagasu is a figure skating Olympian. Her journey to the Olympics was documented on an international stage for people to criticize and judge. In this episode we hear her side. Her honesty, tenacity, and strength is enough to win her a gold medal.
Keith and I met working at Smosh and because of him; through his patience, kindness, and grace he's shown me what being a black man from Middletown, Ohio is like.
Jun and Jimmy both star in the new live action Mulan. We discuss their audition process and how “you’re cool, for an Asian” affected our childhood.
Phil Wang has always taken the road less traveled and stuck to his gut. Through his perseverance he has given so many opportunities to Asian Americans in media. He puts his community on his back, and he also owns the best boba shop, called Bopomofo Cafe.By Olivia Sui
Sarah started out as a part-time production coordinator at Smosh and willingly cleaned up Noah's throw up. She's brilliant, resilient, and creative, and because of that, she's our MVP.By Olivia Sui
Sarah started out as a part time production coordinator at Smosh and willingly cleaned up Noah's throw up. She's brilliant, resilient, and creative; because of that, she's is our MVP.
I talk to Luther Chen about starting and surviving in the food delivery industry right now. The ambitious process, the struggles that come on the way, and the delicious arrival.By Olivia Sui
I talk to Dr. Lily Chen, who’s been working in the Covid-19 ICU in Los Angeles. She is on the front line of this pandemic and she shares with us some very insightful information. She is also one of my bestest friends.By Olivia Sui
You might know him from Taylor Swift’s and Todrick Hall’s YouTube videos. Chester is a musician, dancer, actor, producer, songwriter, editor, director, and phenomenal human. Chester’s journey is compelling and brave, and it must be heard.By Olivia Sui
Sherry is an actor on Good Trouble, a stand up comedian, and going to be starring in E! networks newest comedy dance show. We both grew up in a small town called Arcadia and we were both raised by our hard working single mothers.By Olivia Sui
I talk with my cast mate and friend, Mari Takahashi. We dive deep into her journey from being a prima ballerina to becoming internet’s badass gamer. The moments in between made her the unique and amazing person she is.By Olivia Sui
Holy crap, Olivia Sui has a podcast! Join her every week as she dives deep with guests from a wide array of cultures and industries, discussing their unique journeys and empowering listeners to take the road less traveled.By Olivia Sui