Radio

Current Affairs:

‘Like a cooked tomato’: Why drinking can feel isolating when you have ‘Asian glow’

When I drink alcohol, I get self-conscious about my Asian glow. At parties, I nurse drinks for hours and take Zantac to reduce the redness to avoid embarrassing situations. I decided to unpack those feelings for CBC Radio’s The Doc Project. (Aired March 5, 2019)

How a Korean-Canadian connected with his roots by working at his family’s restaurant

Growing up, Jason Lee wasn’t always proud of his heritage and his family’s business. But as the general manager of Toronto’s Korean Village Restaurant, he’s now learning how to manage a business with his mother. Produced for CBC Radio’s Now or Never. (Aired December 21, 2018)

Chinese New Year talk tape: 

It was Chinese New Year in Regina and I went out to see what speciality foods supermarkets were selling.

Sudbury welcomes 49 new Canadians 

They from came all over the world from China, England and the United States. 49 people became Canadian citizens in Sudbury. I heard from some of these new Canadians. (Aired May 20, 2016)

Reporting:

Here’s a sample of radio stories I produced as a reporter at CBC Sudbury. My stories have been aired across Ontario and Canada.

Produced segments:

Below are interviews and holiday specials I’ve produced for CBC Radio:

Asian or Canadian? Life between cultures

‘We will continue our fight ‘: Why Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong will keep speaking out for democracy

Hong Kong bookseller detained in secret by Chinese authorities says he won’t stop speaking out

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