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The Bánh Mì Chronicles

90 EpisodesProduced by Randy KimWebsite

The word “ Bánh Mì “ means “bread” in Vietnamese. Bánh Mì sandwiches are a long-time Vietnamese staple that’s been influenced since the French colonization. It was the first Vietnamese food I grew to like as a Southeast Asian kid growing up in a White middle class neighborhood outside of Chicago. Th… read more

90 Episodes | 2019 - 2022

ReClaiming my Narrative w/ Noor Hindi

May 15th, 2022


TW: Mentions of Palestinian & state-sanctioned violence / Covid Trauma regarding evictions


 (S7, E2) Noor Hindi (she/her/hers) stopped by for …

Whatever It Takes w/ Ju Hong

May 1st, 2022


TW / CW: Discussions of Undocumented Immigrant Trauma

(S7, EP 1) To kick things off, Ju Hong joined me for this season 7 official 1st episode as he shared his experiences in immigration activism as an undocumented Asian …

Season 7 Opener: Unapologetically #VeryAsian w/ Michelle Li

April 24th, 2022


(Season 7 Opener):

After being (mostly) away for 6 months since my last season, I am back and set to kick off Season 7 with a new lineup, new stories, and a new theme called, "reClaim."  reClaim. is about documenting …

The Remembrance & Advocacy for Christian Hall

February 7th, 2022


TW / CW:  Police Violence, Mental Health, Adoptee Trauma  

I sat down with Fe and Gareth Hall who are the parents of Christian Hall and joined with …

Exclusive Re-Release: Video Interview w/ TRACE (January 2021)

January 17th, 2022


Re-live my interview with Vietnamese-American singer TRACE from (S4, EP 1) who joined me on Season 4 when this episode was aired back in January 2021.  This is an exclusive video interview re-release through Spotify. …

Exclusive Re-Release: Video Interview w/ Phuc Tran (December 2020)

December 27th, 2021


Trigger Warning:  Discussions of child abuse

Relive my interview with Phuc Tran, author of his 2020 critically-acclaimed childhood memoir, "Sigh, Gone" . This interview was recorded back in December 2020 after spending …

Exclusive Re-Release: Video Interview w/ Joshua Nguyen (July 2021)

December 13th, 2021


Exclusive re-release of my previous interview w/ Joshua Nguyen, poet and author of his recently released poetry book, "Come Clean".  Check out the video on Spotify.  PS. Joshua and I did not, at the time, intend to …

Exclusive Re-Release: Video Interview w/ MILCK (August 2020)

November 23rd, 2021


Re-release of my previous interview w/ MILCK from Season 3, Episode 11

(S3, EP 11) We reached our final guest to close out Season 3 continuing the theme, "Where Do We Stand?".  MILCK (Connie Lim) is an Asian-American …

Season 6 Finale & Going On Extended Hiatus!!!

October 31st, 2021


Season 6 Finale!!!!


We reached the conclusion of Season 6, "Unfinished Business", and with that said, I am taking a hiatus from recording new episodes until next summer.  After 80+ episodes in two years, it will be …

Decapitalizing Wellness w/ Nisha Mody

October 24th, 2021


(S6, EP 9) Nisha Mody is my final guest for this Season 6 series.  Nisha is a healing & wellness coach, content creator behind @HealingHypeGirl on Instagram, and her podcast MigrAsians, and a former long-time …

Nursing Myself to Strength w/ Vi Son Trinh

October 17th, 2021


(S6, EP 8) Vĩ Sơn Trinh joins me for this week's episode as part of Season 6's "Unfinished Business".  Vĩ Sơn is a 1.5 generation Vietnamese-American photographer, storyteller, and nurse.  We spoke back in June about …

Disrupting The Trauma Cycle w/ Dany Pen

October 10th, 2021


Trigger & Content Warning: Topics will include mentions of genocidal / sexual violence and child abuse

(S6, EP 7) Cambodian human rights advocate …

House of Sticks w/ Ly Ky Tran

October 3rd, 2021

Trigger Warning: Content will include topics on PTSD / intergenerational trauma

(S6, EP 6) Ly Ky Tran, Viet-American millennial based out of NYC, and author of her recently released memoir, "House of Sticks" joined me …

Forgiving Is The First Step - Rose Khun

September 26th, 2021


Trigger Warning: Discussions of parental death and PTSD trauma

(S6, EP 5) Rose Khun is a guest for this week's episode as part of the 6th season …

It Starts In The Classroom - Virginia Nguyen & Stacy Yung

September 19th, 2021


(S6, EP 4) Virginia Nguyen and Stacy Yung, two longtime secondary Ed history teachers from Southern California joined me for this episode as we talk about Asian Americans educators in K-12 and pushing for racially …

What Yuri Taught Me w/ Akemi Kochiyama

September 12th, 2021


(S6, EP 3) Akemi Kochiyama joined in for this week's episode.  Akemi is the granddaughter of late Japanese-American activist icon Yuri Kochiyama. In this interview, we talk about Yuri's activism that began when she and …

Things We Lost To The Water -- Eric Nguyen

September 5th, 2021


(S6, EP 2)  Eric Nguyen (He / Him) is a queer Viet-American author based in DC.  He recently released his debut fiction novel, Things We Lost To The Water which is a story about a Vietnamese single mother raising her …

In The Face of Resistance w/ Andy Marra

August 29th, 2021


(S6, EP 1) To kick off Season 6, Andy Marra (she / her / hers) joined me for this episode.  Andy is currently the Executive Director with Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF).  She has been a visible …

Season 5 Closeout / Season 6 Preview "Unfinished Business"

August 22nd, 2021


We have reached the conclusion of Season 5 "Our Becoming: An Asian LGBTQ Experience" and Season 6 is about to get started!

Thank you to the following …

Journey to Come Clean w/ Joshua Nguyen

August 15th, 2021


(S5, EP 12) Joshua Nguyen (He / Him) joined me as the final guest of Season 5's theme, "Our Becoming: An LGBTQ Asian Experience".  He is fresh off from his mini chapbook debut release, "An American Lục Bát For My …

To Create The Love We Deserve w/ Steven Wakabayashi

August 8th, 2021


(S5, EP 11) Steven Wakabayashi (he / him) joined me as my guest for Season 5's "Our Becoming: An LGBTQ Asian Experience".  He is the host and creator of the podcast, "Yellow Glitter" and has been proactive on social …

Remembering Anthony Veasna So w/ Alex Torres

August 3rd, 2021


(S5, EP 10) In honoring queer Cambodian-American writer Anthony Veasna So who suddenly passed away in December 2020 and to celebrate his posthumous short-stories fiction book, "Afterparties", I invited Anthony's …

Channeling Our Intergenerational Resilience w/ Danielle Tanimura

July 25th, 2021


(S5, EP 9) Danielle Tanimura (She / Hers) joined me for this episode as part of the Season 5 theme, "Our Becoming: An LGBTQ Asian Experience." This episode was recorded in mid-April.  In this episode, Danielle talked …

Social Justice through the Digital Space(s) w/ Deepankar Tripurana

July 18th, 2021


(S5, EP 8) As part of Season 5's "Our Becoming: An LGBTQ Asian Experience", Deepankar Tripurana (all pronouns) joined me for this week's episode.  This episode was recorded on 4/7/21 as Deep shared their experiences …

Telling Our Stories Our Own Way w / Vichet Chum

July 11th, 2021


(S5, EP 7) Trigger Warning: Episode will contain topics on personal Anti-Asian violence.  Queer Khmer American playwright Vichet Chum joins me as …

Unapologetically Liberating w/ Ishani Chokshi

July 4th, 2021


(S5, EP 6) Ishani Chokshi (She / They) joins me for this episode as she speaks on the recent challenges she experienced as a South Asian trans woman …

Honoring My Blasian Identity and Going Further w/ Rohan Zhou Lee

June 27th, 2021


(S5, EP 5) In honoring Pride Month, Rohan Zhou Lee (They/Siya/祂 (Tā)), artist, activist, and founder of the Blasian March, joined me for this episode as part of the 5th season theme "Our Becoming: An LGBTQ Asian …

To Give and Receive Care w/ Hunny Hach

June 20th, 2021


(S5, EP 4) In celebrating Pride Month, Khmer-American DJ and community leader, Hunny Hach (she / her) joined me for this episode.  Currently based in Long Beach, Hunny Hach is also the co-founder of Qhmer, an LGBTQ …

Making Movements to Honor Us w/ Helen Zia

June 13th, 2021


(S5, EP3) Helen Zia (She / Hers) joined me for this episode of the 5th season theme, "Our Becoming: An LGBTQ Asian Experience." Helen is a longtime queer Asian-American journalist, author and activist.  During the time …

Trans Divinity w/ Alex Jenny

June 6th, 2021


(S5, EP2): Alex Jenny (She / They) joined me for this episode as part of the 5th season theme, "Our Becoming: An LGBTQ Asian Experience".  Alex is a Chinese-Vietnamese American trans woman, licensed psychotherapist, …

Don't Just Stand There! w/ Kevin Stea

May 30th, 2021


(S5, EP 1) As we wrap up #AAPIMonth and begin #PrideMonth Longtime dancer, artist and model Kevin Stea kicks things off as my 1st guest for this Season 5's "Our Becoming: An Asian LGBTQ experience" on The Banh Mi …

Season 5 Trailer: "Our Becoming: An LGBTQ Asian Experience Edition"

May 23rd, 2021


Welcome back for a new 5th season coming your way!  In this preview, I talk about what this 5th season will dive into, as well as honoring the LGBTQ identities and experiences in our AAPI communities. I interview a …

Revisiting "Sigh, Gone" w/ Phuc Tran

March 21st, 2021


Trigger Warning:  Discussions of child abuse

(S4, EP 12) Viet-American best-selling and critically acclaimed author Phuc Tran joined me for the Season 4 finale for this episode. Last Spring, he released his …

Life and Transition of Community Organizing w/ Steve Moon

March 14th, 2021


(S4, EP 11) Longtime Korean-American community organizer & activist Steve Moon joined me for this week's episode.  For years, Steve has been …

Setting the Stage for Equity & Inclusion w/ Emjoy Gavino

March 7th, 2021


(S4, EP 10) Filipino-American casting director / actor / theatre veteran Emjoy Gavino joined me as a guest for this week's episode.  Emjoy is also the founder of The Chicago Inclusion Project, a start-up organization …

Sometimes It Snows... w/ Amy M. Le

February 28th, 2021


(S4, EP 9) Viet-American self-published author Amy M. Le joined me for this week's episode.  She is the author of three recently published novels partly based on her mom's escape from Vietnam and Amy's upbringing in …

Uncovering to Recovering w/ Rebecca and Phillip Ozaki

February 21st, 2021


(S4, EP 8) Rebecca and Phillip Ozaki joined me for this week's episode.  They are two of 4 children born and raised in Chicago, and of Japanese and Filipino descent.  Both Rebecca and Phillip talked about their …

Unapologetically Lao'd w/ Catzie Villayphonh

February 14th, 2021


(S4, EP 7) Award winning Lao-American artist and poet Catzie Villayphonh joined me as a guest for this week's episode.  Catzie spoke about her work with fellow Lao artists on amplifying the voices and history of the Lao …

A Community to Heal With w/ Sovanna Devin Pouv

February 7th, 2021


(S4, EP 6)

Trigger Warning for this episode will contain topics of PTSD trauma, suicide, and other related trauma.  For this Season 4 theme, “Process”, I interviewed Khmer-American community leader Sovanna Devin Pouv …

Chicago's White Supremacy w/ Odette Yousef

January 31st, 2021


(S4, EP 5) Chicago WBEZ reporter Odette Yousef joined me as a guest for this episode.  Odette recently hosted Season 3 of Motive Podcast (available on all streaming services) which takes a look at the history of the …

Fighting Anti-Asian and Water Injustice w/ Josina Morita

January 24th, 2021


(S4, EP 4)  Josina Morita is my special guest for this week's episode.  Josina is currently serving her elected role as Commissioner of the …

Across the Front Lines w/ Kalaya'an Mendoza

January 17th, 2021


(S4, EP 3) Kalaya'an Mendoza (He / Him / SIya) shares his community organizing experience over the years, and more recently, during the 2020 racial civil unreast.  Kalaya'an discusses his work in helping to promote …

To Forgive Myself w/ Loung Ung

January 10th, 2021


(S4, EP 2). Khmer-American author Loung Ung joined me for this episode. She is best known for her international best-seller First, They Killed My Father.  She recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of her debut book …

Cool Woman w/ TRACE

January 3rd, 2021


(S4, EP 1) Vietnamese-American singer TRACE joined me as my first guest to kick things off for Season 4.  Fresh off her latest single and video …

Season 4 Trailer

December 27th, 2020


I am excited to ring in the 2021 year with a new 4th season with a fresh lineup of incredible guests for this show.  I decided to name this season’s …

Season 3 "Where Do We Stand" Closing Remarks

October 25th, 2020


Closing remarks to end Season 3, "Where Do We Stand?" theme.  Be on the lookout for Season 4, "Process" coming in early 2021 !!

If I Am to Rule, Then May I Submit to Love w/ MILCK

October 18th, 2020


(S3, EP 11) We reached our final guest to close out Season 3 continuing the theme, "Where Do We Stand?".  MILCK (Connie Lim) is an Asian-American recording artist who first received international attention for her song …

Destination: Queer Asian w/ Maya Reddy

October 11th, 2020


(S3, EP 10) Maya Reddy, founder of Queer Asian Social Club (QASC), joins me for this episode as part of the Season 3 theme, "Where Do We Stand?" …

Organizing with the Fam w / Kristina Tendilla

October 4th, 2020


(S3, EP 9) Kristina Tendilla joins me as my guest for this Season 3's theme "Where Do We Stand?"  Kristina is a queer Filipinx-American community organizer in Chicago and current Executive Director of AFIRE (Alliance of …

Serving the Mission w/ Rep. Chris Chyung

September 27th, 2020


(S3, EP 8) In continuation of the Season 3 theme, "Where Do We Stand?",  Indiana State Representative Chris Chyung joined me as my guest for this …

It's Our Time Now w/ Suely Saro Ed.D

September 20th, 2020


(S3, EP 7) Suely Saro Ed.D. joins me as a guest for the Season 3 edition of "Where Do We Stand?"  Suely is currently running for Long Beach City Council.  Earlier this year, she beat her opponent who has been a …

Organizing Through Teaching w/ Jianan Shi

September 13th, 2020


(S3, EP 6) Jianan Shi joined in as a guest for this week's episode which was recorded on July 24th.  Jianan is the Executive Director with Illinois …

Documenting My Dream w/ Dr. Tereza Lee

September 6th, 2020


(S3, EP 5) In this week's episode, I spoke with my old friend Tereza Lee back in July.  Tereza is a mother of 3, professional pianist, and a …

Re-Imagining Equity in the Workplace w/ Michelle Kim

August 30th, 2020


(S3, EP 4) Michelle Kim joined in for this week's episode as part of Season 3's theme, "Where Do We Stand?".  Michelle is a queer social justice activist, and is currently the CEO of Awaken, which provides interactive …

Uncovering Minor Feelings w/ Cathy Park Hong

August 23rd, 2020


(S3, EP 3) Cathy Park Hong joined me for this week's episode of the podcast.  Cathy is a Korean-American poet, writer, and professor at Rutgers-Newark University.  Cathy recently released her critically acclaimed essay …

The Work to Liberate w/ Anoop Prasad

August 16th, 2020


(S3, EP 2) Anoop Prasad, Immigration Attorney w/ Asian Law Caucus, joins in for this episode continuing on the Season 3 theme "Where Do We Stand?" as he talks about the current situation that has affected Southeast …

Surviving to Educate w/ Annie Tan

August 5th, 2020


(S3, EP 1) Annie Tan, special education teacher, activist, writer and storyteller, kicks things off as my first guest of the 3rd season of the podcast.  In this discussion, Annie talked about the challenges she has …

Season 3 Theme "Where Do We Stand?"

August 2nd, 2020


I am excited to be back and share with you a new 3rd season of "The Banh Mi Chronicles" Podcast.  For this 3rd season, the podcast will be exploring the theme, "Where Do We Stand?" as I sit down and talk with fellow …

Season 2 "1975" Finale

June 9th, 2020


Welcome to the Season 2 Recap of The Banh Mi Chronicles Podcast!

Where Do We Go From Here? w/ Viet Thanh Nguyen

May 31st, 2020


(S2, EP 14) For this Season 2 finale centering on the theme, "1975",  NY Times best seller and Pulitzer Prize winner Viet Thanh Nguyen joins in as a …

Building My New Normal Pt 2 w/ Sina Sam

May 24th, 2020


(S2, EP 13.2) For this week’s part 2 episode, I interviewed guest Sina Sam, a longtime Cambodian-American community leader from Washington State.  She became the first Cambodian American woman to serve as the …

Building My New Normal Pt. 1 w/ Sina Sam

May 17th, 2020


(S2 EP 13.1) Sina Sam, a 1.5 generation Khmer-American chatted with the podcast for our two-part interview.  She became the first Cambodian-American woman to serve as the Commissioner for the Asian Pacific American …

I Am A Refugenius w/ Saymoukda Vongsay

May 10th, 2020


(S2, EP 12) For this week's episode of The Banh Mi Chronicles Podcast centering on the theme "1975", Lao American writer and playwright Saymoukda Vongsay aka "Refugenius" joins in as a guest and shares her family's …

No Longer Strangers to Each Other w / Sambath Meas

May 3rd, 2020


(S2, Ep 11)  For this week's episode of the podcast, Cambodian-American author Sambath Meas joins in as my guest.  She's 1.5 generation Cambodian-American who grew up in the Chicago Uptown neighborhood.  She is the …

Processing the "In-Between": My Hmong-American Journey w/ Kevin Yang

April 26th, 2020


(S2, EP 10)  In continuing the 2nd season “1975" theme, I interviewed Kevin Yang, a 2nd generation Hmong American from the Twin Cities in Minnesota. …

Music to Keep Me Going w/ Punisa Pov

April 19th, 2020


(S2, Ep 9) In this week's episode, Cambodian Artist and Musician, Punisa Pov joins me as my guest for the podcast. Punisa was born and raised in …

Discovering My Voice and Its Impact w/ Khemarey Khoeun

April 12th, 2020


(S2 Ep 8) In continuing the theme, “1975” for this 2nd season,  Khemarey Khoeun joins me as my guest for this week's episode. Khemarey is a 1.5 …

I Took A DNA Test And It Turns Out... w/ Tony Ho Tran

April 5th, 2020


(S2, EP 7) For this week's episode for the podcast's Season 2 theme, "1975", Tony Ho Tran, 2nd generation mixed Viet American writer / storyteller and genealogist, spoke about his journey to learn who his grandfather …

Cambodian Roots of the American Deep South w / Simone Cottrell

March 29th, 2020


(S2, EP 6) Simone Cottrell, an independent multi disciplinarian theatre maker, shares her experience growing up as a mixed Khmer American in Bayou La …

Scars and Stripes w/ Silong Chhun

March 22nd, 2020


(S2, EP 5) It has been an emotionally difficult ordeal for all of us as we are grappling with the severity of the coronavirus pandemic.  It has been …

Sioux Falls to Denver: Rolling Up My Sleeve w/ Tung Nguyen

March 15th, 2020


(S2, EP 4) Tung Nguyen joined me as a guest for this episode.  Tung and I connected on Instagram when we discovered each other's podcast. Tung is a Vietnamese-American podcaster, engineer, and musician.  He currently …


March 9th, 2020


I decided to do an impromptu episode, breaking away from my normal podcast routine, and spend some time talking about my own feelings in regards to …

Understanding My Journey and Fight w/ Vân Huynh

March 8th, 2020


(S2, EP 3) I chatted with Vân Huynh , a queer Viet-American immigration attorney who splits her time between Atlanta and Chicago.  In this conversation, Vân shared her struggles with assimilation and expectations that …

Laughter Is Our Survival w/ Hella Chluy

March 1st, 2020


(S2, EP 2) Meet Phanit Duong aka Hella Chluy for this week's episode.  In his first-ever interview, Phanit chatted about his early upbringing in Washington state after his parents arrived there after surviving the Khmer …

Writing the Vietnamese-American Journey w/ Thanhha Lai

February 23rd, 2020


(S2, EP 1) For the 1st episode for Season 2's "1975" theme, Viet-American bestselling author Thanhha Lai joined me as a guest for this episode.  Thanhha recently released her critically-acclaimed fiction book, Butterfly …

"1975" - 2nd Season Preview Trailer

February 16th, 2020


Welcome back everyone! To kick things off in the 2020 year, I decided to devote this second season revolving around the theme, "1975".  It marks the …

Season 1: It's A Wrap!

January 12th, 2020


Season 1 of The Banh Mi Chronicles podcast has finally concluded!  Thank you to everyone who has followed and listened to the podcast.  In the past 3 …

Storytelling: Recording Our History in Action w/ Dr. Ada Cheng

January 5th, 2020


For the season 1 finale of the podcast, Dr. Ada Cheng joins me as a guest on the podcast.  I met Ada back in June 2016 at a queer storytelling show, …

Celebrating Resiliency Through Music w/ SuperKnova

December 29th, 2019


For this week's season 1, episode 11, singer / musician SuperKnova chats with me and shares her journey as a Korean-American transgender musician.  She recently released her 2nd EP called "American Queers" which can be …

The Layers of Community Organizing w/ Brandon Lee

December 22nd, 2019


For this week's Season 1, Episode 10,  Brandon Lee, Japanese-American and community activist from the Chicago Uptown neighborhood, joined me for "The Banh Mi Chronicles" podcast back in late October to discuss his …

Breaking Banh Mi and Pouring Nuoc Mam w/ Huy Nguyen and Mickael Van Pham

December 15th, 2019


For this week's Season 1, Episode 9, Huy Nguyen and Mickael Van Pham sit down and chat about their different paths going into comedy and theater.  They perform together as a comedy improv duo called "Fish Sauce." As 2nd …

Wearing the Hats of Intersectional Identities, Activism.....And Basketball Love w/ Joy Messinger

December 8th, 2019


For this week's Season 1, Episode 8,  Joy Messinger sits down "The Banh Mi Chronicles" podcast and takes us on a journey as a queer Korean adoptee in Western NY.  She talks about her experiences in the racial, social, …

Revisiting Childhood Memories from a 2nd Generation Vietnamese American Lens w/ Jenn Ho from Lawrence & Argyle

December 1st, 2019


For this week's S1, Ep 7, Jenn Ho, the creator of Lawrence & Argyle sits down with The Banh Mi Chronicles podcast as she reflects on her experience growing up as an American-born Viet-American and witnesses the …

Inside the Political Activism Trenches w/ Loreen Targos

November 24th, 2019


For S1 Episode 6, Loreen Targos shares her experience in the political activism / advocacy sphere.  She talks about mixed Asian identity experience …

Chicago Uptown--a Refuge for Southeast Asian folks, 2nd Gen Transition, and Gentrification w/ Hac Tran

November 17th, 2019


Welcome to S1 Ep5 of "The Banh Mi Chronicles" podcast.  I bring to you Hac Tran, a 2nd generation Viet-American who speaks about his experience being …

Discovering and Nurturing Our Khmer-American Roots w/ Sok Theary Nak and Lyk Yoeun

November 3rd, 2019


For this Season 1, Episode 4, I spoke with both Sok Theary Nak and Leakhena (Lyk) Yoeun.  We serve together as board members with The National Cambodian Heritage Museum (NCHM), currently the only museum outside of …

Carrying a "Handful of Sand" with Anu Bhatt

October 27th, 2019


For this season 1, episode 3, I welcome Anu Bhatt as our guest for this episode.  Anu is an actor, dancer, and playwright. She was originally raised in San Diego, CA before moving to Chicago to pursue theater.  She …

Processing Loss & Living w/ Joanna Leynes

October 20th, 2019


Trigger warning:  Topic of suicide and mental health

For Season 1, Episode 2, I chatted with Joanna Leynes who shares her personal experience with mental health as a suicide survivor, and has since been on a mission to …

Navigating Love and Care through Music and for Our Loved Ones w/ Etzkorn Lewis Wong

October 13th, 2019


For our 1st episode, Etzkorn Lewis Wong shares his upbringing as a mixed Asian-American in Chicago-Rogers Park, his new journey as a singer-songwriter-musician, and his experiences being a caregiver at the age of 17 …

Intro to The Bánh Mì Chronicles Podcast

October 5th, 2019


Welcome to The Bánh Mì Chronicles podcast.  In this preview, I'll share with you what prompted me to start this podcast, and how I came up with the title.  I am eager to share with you on what to expect for this 1st …

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