ShoPowSho Episode 019: Artist, Kenneth Tan of The Lola x Kenneth Collaboration

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Episode 19: We welcome Artist, Kenneth Tan of The Lola x Kenneth Collaboration! Join us as we discuss Kenneth’s story, his amazing Lola’s story and how their collaboration came together!

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ShoPowSho Episode 018: Filipino Martial Arts School Instructor, Guro Francis Serrano

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Episode 18: We welcome Filipino Martial Arts School Instructor, Guro Francis Serrano! Join us as we discuss Francis’ journey from the Philippines to the US, the struggles and successes of surviving in California and ultimately finding your own destiny!

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ShoPowSho Episode 015: Game Developer, Jemarc Axinto

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Episode 15: We welcome Game Developer, Jemarc Axinto of Tabletop For the End of the World! Learn Jemarc’s uniquely Filipino American story, his successes, struggles, and future plans!

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ShoPowSho Episode 014: Writer/Director, Diane Paragas

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Episode 14: We welcome Writer/Director, Diane Paragas of Yellow Rose! Yellow Rose made history last year by being the first Filipino American film theatrically distributed by a major Hollywood studio! Get to know the amazing woman behind the film and how her life’s journey mirrored Yellow Rose, learn about her successes, struggles and future plans!

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ShoPowSho Episode 013: Actor/Filmmaker, Dante Basco

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Episode 13: We welcome Actor/Filmmaker, Dante Basco! From Rufio to Zuko… to Ben Mercado of The Debut… to The Fabulous Filipino Brothers, we talk to the man who put Filipino American representation on his back in Hollywood! We talk growing up Filipino in America, following your passions, giving back and more!

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ShoPowSho Episode 011: Convention Organizer, Michael McNutt

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Episode 11: We welcome Convention Organizer, Michael McNutt of All-Star Comic Con! We talk about growing up Black & Filipino, show running, raising the next generation and more!

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ShoPowSho Episode 010: Writer/Producer, Justin Quizon

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Episode 10: We welcome Writer/Producer, Justin Quizon! We talk about film school, his Kaiju comic: Shining Yuusha, Sketch Comedy, Nothing New Podcast, his work with Screen Rant, being a part of the Lumpia with a Vengeance team, and more!

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ShoPowSho Episode 009: Community Educator, Emilie Santos Tumale

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Episode 9: We welcome Community Educator, Emilie Santos Tumale! We talk about education, changing majors and explore some things about ourselves along the way!

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ShoPowSho Episode 008: Actor, Danice Cabanela

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Episode 8: We welcome Actor, Danice Cabanela from Forget Me Nots, The Debt Collector, Dear White People, and more! We go in depth on the importance of her personal project, Forget Me Nots that you are not going to want to miss!

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ShoPowSho Episode 007: Actor, Xavier de Guzman

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Episode 7: We welcome Actor, Xavier de Guzman from CW’s The 100, Take Two, Operation Christmas Drop and more! Get to know this former Muay Thai Champion and Actor whom our own Kuya P envisions as ‘Lapu Lapu’ in his cinematic version of the ‘Battle of Mactan’!

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ShoPowSho Episode 006: Elaine Dolalas and Michael Nailat of ‘This Filipino American Life’

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Episode 6: We welcome Elaine Dolalas and Michael Nailat of This Filipino American Life! This Filipino American Life (TFAL) is a podcast that explores the nuanced experiences of Filipinos in the United States, atbp. TFAL releases new episodes every other week.

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ShoPowSho Episode 005: Roslynn Alba Cobarrubias and Romeo Marquez Jr.

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In our fifth episode, we welcome Roslynn Alba Cobarrubias, Head of Music & Talent at ABS-CBN Global & Romeo Marquez Jr. of Kollective Hustle! ABS-CBN is relaunching myx & Kollective Hustle on November 12th and are expanding their digital distribution/offerings, having the foresight to invest in the growing community of Filipino Americans! ABS-CBN Global is committed to growth with the evolving Filipino American identity and needs as a community.

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ShoPowSho Episode 004: ‘Lumpia With A Vengeance’ Comic Creators!

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In our fourth episode, we welcome the comics creators from the Lumpia With A Vengeance: Prelude #1 comic book: Patricio Ginelsa, Lawrence Iriarte, Justin Quizon, Dante Fernandez, Jeffrey Fulgencio and Varinder Singh! Seven years ago, their supporters crowdfunded the Filipino American movie, Lumpia With A Vengeance. And now, with the movie making its film festival debut this Saturday at the Hawai’i International Film Festival (HIFF), their supporters have crowdfunded the comic book prelude that has just been released to coincide with the film’s premiere!

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ShoPowSho Episode 003: AAPI Community Leader, Rodney Salinas!

Psst. Psst. Hoy! Mga Kababayan! Hello and welcome everyone to The Nerds of Color‘s newest audio/video podcast, ShoPowSho! My name is Kuya P AKA Patrick Michael Strange and I am honored to have The Nerds of Color be the home of my new show, ShoPowSho, wherein, we will be exploring my people / my kabayan from the Philippines!

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ShoPowSho Episode 002: Get-To-Know The Team!

ShoPowSho will explore Filipino and Filipino American history and culture; along with spotlighting and featuring Filipinos throughout various fields of industry to help showcase the amazing contributions they have provided to our world. Please join me and my wonderful co-hosts, or as I like to affectionately call them, “The Amazing Ates”, Kataphorric and Viva Valentina!

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ShoPowSho Episode 001: Comedian, Edwin San Juan

Psst. Psst. Hoy! Mga Kababayan! Hello and welcome everyone to The Nerds of Color‘s newest audio/video podcast, ShoPowSho! My name is Kuya P AKA Patrick Michael Strange and I am honored to have The Nerds of Color be the home of my new show, ShoPowSho, wherein, we will be exploring my people / my kabayan from the Philippines!

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Raymond Bagatsing on Becoming Manuel Quezon in ‘Quezon’s Game’

From 1937-1941, under the leadership of President Manuel Quezon, the Philippines opened their doors to Jewish refugees fleeing from Europe, at the beginning of what would eventually become the Holocaust. Approximately 1,300 lives were saved.

It’s a little known history about the Philippines, but what is even less known is how much Quezon had to fight to make it happen, due to the country being under occupation by the United States at the time. It’s this story that’s explored for the first time for the big screen in the film, Quezon’s Game.

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Aquaman: A Mixed Kid’s Journey

by Maha Chehlaoui

I went to Aquaman for two reasons: First, the ticket was free. Second, this is basically underwater Magic Mike, right? I came for the pecs, I stayed for the pecs. But also for the analysis of what it is to be of two cultures. I mean races. I mean… worlds?

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