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19 minutes | Mar 22, 2019
#14 - Socializing
In this episode, we discuss our contrasting socializing skills and how that impacts daily life. Some funny examples of side effects are also provided, never fear.
22 minutes | Mar 12, 2019
#13 - The Point of Irrationality
Mika and Anson recount an incident with a mutual friend that left them slightly puzzled - a display of irrational anger targeted towards Mika’s comment on family. That example is used to start a conversation on the murky side of people that refuses to accept things past a certain point.
38 minutes | Mar 2, 2019
#12 - Two Very Different Kids
Discussing an observed interaction between a parent and their child clearly shows the difference in family understanding between Anson and Mika. Further probing reveals more about both hosts’ family and how it influences their lives today.
23 minutes | Feb 24, 2019
#11 - The Family Touch
Mika recounts some recent events that prompt discussion on his weird family situation. Anson explores how this odd foundation influenced his current views on relationships.
23 minutes | Feb 18, 2019
#10 - Dealing with Negativity ft. Conspiracies
A lazy Sunday afternoon broadcast starts out as a (somewhat) constructive back-and-forth about dealing with negativity, then turns into a full-on discussion about conspiracies as Anson’s holiday mood kicks into high gear.
43 minutes | Feb 14, 2019
#9 - Traditions (and Ghost Stories)
What starts off an an exercise about exploring open-ness to change turns into a session where Mika and Anson open the treasure chest of ghost stories imbued into memory by their Chinese upbringing. Asian Culture 101 is now in session...
19 minutes | Feb 9, 2019
#8 - Connecting with People
WARNING: this episode begins with a depressing testimony of missed Chinese New Year celebrations. Mika and Anson catch each other up on the important relationships they built in recent weeks, and reflect on what they did to get to that point. Bonus material includes a not-so-funny funny story starring repeat guest of the show: Gordon Lee.
50 minutes | Feb 2, 2019
#7 - Our Thoughts on “The Future”
In this rambling session caught on tape, an over-caffeinated Anson and a weird Mika talk about their personal goals for the future. This is one of those rare episodes where Anson’s persona is propelled front and center into the conversation on the back of a coffee overdose.
20 minutes | Jan 27, 2019
#6 - Mika and Anson Talk about Happiness
Anson, being sick, and Mika, being weird, completely trash this week’s episode with an entertaining conversation about college, food, and body butter. WARNING: intellectual insights not included.
47 minutes | Jan 20, 2019
#5 - What's Actually Wrong with Us (Roasting Session)
With the excuse of helping the audience get to know them better, Mika and Anson engage in a long exchange of constructive criticism with a lurking intention to humor, which happens to be a common millennial pastime known colloquially as 'roasting'. Find out what's ACTUALLY wrong with these two in this week's episode.
38 minutes | Jan 12, 2019
#4 - Our Strengths and Weaknesses (A**-kissing and Roasting)
A harmless conversation starter about character strengths and weaknesses ignites a mild roasting session, a rant about managing employees, a story of broken English-speaking, and a debate on Mika's introverted extroversion.
34 minutes | Dec 25, 2018
#3 - Let's Talk Relationships
How-we-met stories and loving tributes start this episode off, sure, but it doesn't stay so tame for long. Mika's unusual approach to his relationship is exposed; while Anson, the veteran boyfriend with five years of experience on his resume, schools him about shopping trip survival tactics and submission in a relationship.
24 minutes | Dec 21, 2018
#2 - Ambitions and Anti-goals
Mika and Anson talk about their vastly different aspirations: an episode filled with opposite dreams and admiration for house plants, finished with a dose of extra-virgin humble-bragging.
34 minutes | Dec 18, 2018
Where We Come From, and How We Exist
Anson and Mika talk about a Medium article (link at the end of this description) that prompts a discussion about family, especially Mika's abnormal childhood. The effects of this period on Mika's personality are also pondered. This lively episode filled with Malaysian accents, colorful language, and an annoying girlfriend ends with an uplifting note on ambition and purpose. Article mentioned in episode: https://medium.com/@sofeamikaela/the-stockholm-syndrome-of-asian-kids-81ff57b69d5a
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