Summary: What does it mean to be an Asian woman in 2018? Writer Hannah-Rose Yee, blogger Peony Lim and photographer Kit Lee attempt to answer that question as it relates to their varied and shared heritage, and the issues, complexities and absurdities of their lives.
A very festive episode from Three Dumplings' co-hosts Peony Lim, Kit Lee and Hannah-Rose Yee. Happy end of 2018!
In this episode, we introduce the different snacks in our special Christmas snack box, taste test them, and share our honest opinions about our favourites. Peony loves the seaweed crisps, Kit loves the Haw flakes, and Hannah loves it all. Buy one for yourself, one for a friend, and snack together. That's what Christmas is all about, actually, isn't it?
We're back! Did you miss us? In this special episode we talked about the highlights from the first season - Kit sniffing Jonathan Rhys Meyers! All that Crazy Rich Asians Talk! - what we've been up to since recording, and our plans for the second season of the podcast. Plus, we hint at a very special project coming soon to the podcast, and that we hope you will all get involved. Boy, it's nice to be back! Thank you to our Producer Ryan at Shortcuts and Badlands Studio for our artwork.
It's the last episode of our first season, and we're going out with a bang. Literally. Join blogger Peony Lim, photographer Kit Lee and writer Hannah-Rose Yee as they chat about finding love in a hopeless place, by which we mean 2018.
It's the one thing that Asian and mixed race women like co-hosts blogger Peony Lim, photographer Kit Lee and writer Hannah-Rose Yee are asked almost daily, and a question that comes loaded with microagressions and othering. In episode five, the penultimate episode of this first season of Three Dumplings, we talk about ways to approach the idea of race and identity in a new, more open way.
Mental health is a subject rarely discussed from the Asian perspective, but it's one that adversely impacts minority groups. Blogger Peony Lim, photographer Kit Lee and writer Hannah-Rose Yee share their personal experiences in epsiode four of Three Dumplings.
Growing up as an Asian woman means you rarely see yourself on the cover of fashion magazines or on the runway. But has diversity finally come to the fashion industry? Blogger Peony Lim, photographer Kit Lee and writer Hannah-Rose Yee discuss representation, style and the women that changed it all.
Slippery cheong fan, steamers of ha gau, thick, salty slices of pork in soy sauce... In our second episode we reminisce about the food our childhood and our Chinese heritage.
In the first episode of Three Dumplings, co-hosts writer Hannah-Rose Yee, blogger Peony Lim and photographer Kit Lee share their fondest memories of growing up Asian and the movies, television, books and pop culture that they felt represented them best. We're talking about everything from The Joy Luck Club to Lucy Liu to Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon to Mulan & more. (By more we mean Henry Golding). Note: This episode was recorded before the Crazy Rich Asians release date was moved to September 14.