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QNA QiQi is a series of audio broadcasts from QNA, a Los Angeles-based collective of queer and trans API folks highlighting the talent and culture in our community. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qna-qiqi/support
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Episode six of QNA QiQi from your QNA fam! We are joined by a whole gaggle of slaysians who founded and/or contributed to the iconic New York-based party BUBBLE_T! We talk about how to create queer family, the logistics of setting up a party in New York, and explore all of the iconic moments and lewks from BUBBLE_T parties over the years. This episode is part of our first season of QNA QiQi, recorded as part of our own take on a Zoom party during these quarantined times: an all-day marathon of kikis called "Quarantine & Me" to honor the close of AAPI Heritage Month and the beginning of Pride Month. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qna-qiqi/support
Episode five of QNA QiQi from your QNA fam! We are joined by writers, actors, and comedy kweenz Nathan Ramos-Park and Peter Kim. We discuss how embarrassed our ancestors are, play some name-that-Korean-thing trivia, question whether Nathan is a crisis actor, and more! This episode is part of our first season of QNA QiQi, recorded as part of our own take on a Zoom party during these quarantined times: an all-day marathon of kikis called "Quarantine & Me" to honor the close of AAPI Heritage Month and the beginning of Pride Month. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qna-qiqi/support
Episode four of QNA QiQi from your QNA fam! We are joined by poets and thirst trap artists, theorists, and critics Muriel Leung and Chen Chen. We discuss the fashun of queer Asian writers, thirst traps and tweets as poetic forms, and more! This episode is part of our first season of QNA QiQi, recorded as part of our own take on a Zoom party during these quarantined times: an all-day marathon of kikis called "Quarantine & Me" to honor the close of AAPI Heritage Month and the beginning of Pride Month. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qna-qiqi/support
Episode three of QNA QiQi from your QNA fam! We are joined by OG Weed Raver Michelle Lhooq, author of "Weed: Everything You Want To Know But Are Always Too Stoned To Ask," and the fabulous duo behind weed and spirituality podcast ACE LAB. We discuss the politics of weed, try to get in some meditation and a sound bath, and get just a wee bit high. This episode is part of our first season of QNA QiQi, recorded as part of our own take on a Zoom party during these quarantined times: an all-day marathon of kikis called "Quarantine & Me" to honor the close of AAPI Heritage Month and the beginning of Pride Month. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qna-qiqi/support
Episode two of QNA QiQi from your QNA fam! We are joined by herbalist Saewon Oh, proprietor of Sun Song, who leads us in an energy grounding, and also by designer Nancy Kim who runs the health rave GLU in New York City. We discuss ancestors, chosen family, the magic of plants, and more! This episode is part of our first season of QNA QiQi, recorded as part of our own take on a Zoom party during these quarantined times: an all-day marathon of kikis called "Quarantine & Me" to honor the close of AAPI Heritage Month and the beginning of Pride Month.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qna-qiqi/support
Listen to the very first broadcast of QNA QiQi from your QNA fam! This was recorded as part of our own take on a Zoom party during these quarantined times: an all-day marathon of kikis called "Quarantine & Me" to honor the close of AAPI Heritage Month and the beginning of Pride Month. We were joined by photographer and writer Joshua Jenkins, actor and comedian Jiavani Linayao, and poet and performer Alison De La Cruz to talk about Black/API solidarity, and to reflect on and process how API folks can show up in the current movement to support Black life. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qna-qiqi/support
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