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Southern Fried Asian is a new podcast from The Nerds of Color hosted by Keith Chow. Typically, stories about Asian Americans are centered on the experiences of those who grew up on the coasts -- New York, Southern California, the Bay Area -- where communities of different Asian American subgroups have lived for many years. On this podcast, though, we're gonna look at a region of the country that isn't typically associated with these stories and unpack what it means to be Asian American in th ...
 
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Intro: 0:00-2:19 Introducing Brandon Paul (@theminutemaker): 2:20-11:56 Yeezy 450: 19:00-21:33 Yeezy 1020V: 22:45-25:27 Arc'teryx, Veilance, Techwear: 29:46-31:50 Supreme BOGO Talk: 34:30-36:34 Picking 2 Brands to Rock Forever: 36:36-43:40 Top 5 Watches for the Rest of your Life: 45:30-52:23 Brandon's Watch Story: 53:57-1:01:23 Brandon's COVID-19 S…
 
On a new episode of Southern Fried Asian, Keith is joined by Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students at the University of Oklahoma Dr. David Surratt to talk about growing up Black and Korean in Tulsa. Keith and David begin by reminiscing about meeting at San Diego Comic-Con (1:00) before he recounts splitting his time between Oklahoma…
 
On this episode of the Springs & Thread podcast, we talk about how sneaker culture will never go back to what it was, more news on the Backdoor Ones, Brendan Dunne's article on the Trophy Room x Nike Air Jordan 1s, Nike Dunk releases, and more.By Edward Chow, Darius Yiu, Mikey Croteau
 
1:45: Apple Watch Series 32:01: Jordan 1 Mid UNC, Air Max 97 Skepta2:47: Jordan 4 Cactus Jack3:43: Mike Cherman & his visvim Christos4:18: G-Shock GA21005:16: Coke Boys/Koch Boys5:40: Carhartt Air Force 16:20: Dior B237:44: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak10:20: Blundstones10:30: Air Max 97 Corduroy Pack10:53: Jerry Seinfeld DOES get paid11:25: Sean Wothe…
 
Show Notes: 0:47: Aime Leon Dore 28 oz fleece hoodie 0:53: 32 oz Naked & Famous jeans1:15: Raw denim2:21: Uniqlo Selvedge Denim3:22: Nudie Jeans “Skinny Lin”7:15: United Stock Dry Goods9:31: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak9:55: Casio G-Shock GA210010:18: GA-2100 Metal Conversion12:06: Dr. Martens 146013:53: Jordan 1 Chicago15:00: Tudor Black Bay 5815:06:…
 
Ying Lin is the General Legal Counsel at Sinovation Ventures, a leading Chinese technology venture capital firm, started in 2009. The firm currently manages over US $2 billion through seven USD and RMB funds, with over 350 portfolio companies across the technology spectrum in China. The firm has also set up an Artificial Intelligence Institution de…
 
The Chinese government has been outspoken in recent years about its desire to improve the business environment for both domestic and foreign companies. Part of its strategy to do so has been the promotion of arbitration by the Chinese judiciary, spearheaded by the Supreme People's Court. At the same time, the Hong Kong government led by its Secreta…
 
The Trump administration aggressively introduced new rules and amended existing rules to clamp down on Chinese access to U.S. technology, primarily through export controls and sanctions, throughout 2020. Wendy Wysong and Ali Burney discuss the impact of different lists compiled by the US government on Chinese companies, the heightened focus on comp…
 
On this episode, one of us buys a new watch live on the podcast, and we discuss Bottega Veneta leaving social media, Dunks on NikeID/Nike for You, if Fashion Week will even be relevant in the future, and much more. Links of what we spoke of:1:08: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Chrono Panda Dial 1:28: Vans - The Pack2:12: Carhartt Air Force 12:20: Air Ma…
 
5:10: Boxing Day/Sale Purchases 22:40: Lil Yachty x Reese Puffs, Kith Treats 28:08: Bodega x Nike Dunk High, Nike Dunk Roster for 2021 37:32: Jordan 11 Legend Blue Lows, Jordan 11 High vs. Low 41:20: Jordan 5/OFF-WHITE, Margiela Fusion Sneaker focus 45:41: Jordan 1 Hyper Royal 48:05: Tom Sachs Mars Yard 2.5 51:15: Putting your foot in a shoe like y…
 
On this episode of the podcast, we cover: 1:48-3:14 Mikey's Christmas Wishlist & Christmas Talk 3:16-3:46 Darius talking about Christmas 4:24-6:32 Ed's Christmas Plans & Sneakers for his Brother 6:40-9:00 What was on the feet & wrist 14:22-16:20 Kirkland BOGO & Kirkland Monarchs 16:22-27:30 Dad Shoes Still in Development? 27:52-33:00 Travis Scott x…
 
Main Topics Covered: 0:00-11:11 : What We Wore 16:07-24:00 : Hodinkee x Swatch Sistem 51 38:52-46:44 : Jaden Smith Thoughts 47:12-50:30 : Casablanca 327 & 327 Thoughts 50:50-56:16 : Alexander Wang x Adidas 59:56-1:09:29 : Kith Discussion 1:28:57-1:39:17 : Darius Not Shopping Online 1:51:30-2:04:53: Chrome Hearts Discussion 2:16:39-2:39:29 : Deep Di…
 
*Disclaimer* The point of this podcast is to evoke thought and express current opinions and thoughts on fashion and culture. As humans, we are fortunate enough to have our own believes and thoughts change overtime. As consumers of the podcast, we cannot silence voices if opinions to not reflect our own, we need better speech and communication with …
 
The Trump administration has creatively used U.S. export controls and sanctions to further its foreign policy goals, most notably restricting U.S. business dealings with Chinese entities in various technological sectors. Benjamin Kostrzewa and Holly Blackwell discuss the future of the U.S. export controls and sanctions regimes under a new administr…
 
With a new U.S. presidential administration all but confirmed, all eyes now are on how a Biden presidency will differ from its predecessor in terms of its policies towards China. Jeremy Zucker and Yang Wang discuss FDI flows between the two countries, the outlook for cross-border M&A, the potential policy tools used by the Biden administration in t…
 
Data protection has been one of the top priorities for lawmakers and regulators in China in recent years, as concerns over the commercial collection and processing of personal information have increased alongside the explosion of the country’s internet economy. Barbara Li analyzes the extraterritorial reach of the new draft PRC Law on the Protectio…
 
On Episode 8 of the Springs & Thread Podcast, we talk about: Nike Air Jordan 1 Mids vs Nike Air Jordan 1 OG Highs Acquiring a Hodinkee Magazine Tudor Black Bay & Tudor Pelagos LHD Darius' Picks for Tudor Watches Under $5000 Oris Calibre 400 Coverage Darius' Car Rant Nike NEXT% Controversy + RANTBy Edward Chow
 
Established in 2014, the New Development Bank was set up by China and the four other BRICS countries to finance infrastructure and sustainable development projects in the BRICS and other emerging economies. Abhimanyu Ghosh discusses his role at the bank, the bank’s rapid response to COVID-19, setting environmental and social standards for their loa…
 
Traditionally, in-house lawyers in China have not been viewed as a core component of business strategy, but this has changed massively in recent years, with in-house counsel increasingly looking to get involved in major decision-making. Myra Gao discusses her role at Danfoss China, the growing attention she pays to export control developments on bo…
 
Show Notes: Aime Leon Dore FW20 Drop II JJJJound x Reebok Nylon Shoes - Thoughts Are “Minimalist” Played Out? Supreme x Jacob & Co. Is Supreme Still Edgy? Kith x BMW Darius’ take on Why the Kith x BMW is silly In-House Movements vs Off the Shelf Movements Vertically Integrated Watch Makers Vertically Integrated Apparel Manufacturers Disclaimer abou…
 
Export controls have been one of the main policy tools wielded by the Trump administration in its trade and technology war against China. Now, China has made its first major move in response, with a new law specifically focused on export controls. Nate Bush discusses the scope of items the new law covers, the ways in which it departs from the expor…
 
On this week's episode of the Springs & Thread podcast, we have Julian Golden as our first ever guest. We sat down with Julian to talk about: Julian's G-Shock origin story Why the Explorer is still valid in Edward's watch collection New watch alert! Julian's thoughts on designer footwear Purchasing second-hand sneakers Nike x FOG Retrospective 1984…
 
This week, the southern major city of Shenzhen in China’s Guangdong province celebrated the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Shenzhen special economic zone, China’s first. Eric Liu discusses Shenzhen’s new five year development plan; loosening of rules surrounding foreign exchange and remittances; imminent stock market reforms, and more…
 
On this episode of the Springs and Thread podcast, we discussed: Bronze/Brass Watches Chrono-Diver Watches SIHH, Baselworld, and if trade shows are relevant in 2020 Renderings vs Live Photo of Products New Approach to Product Launches in the Watch Industry New PR Strategy in the Watch Industry The Nuances of Sneakers & Watches New Balance x Aime Le…
 
As requested by someone on the Springs & Thread Instagram, Edward and Darius discuss how they obtained one watch in their collection and the buying process. Rolex Submariner Origin Story How to purchase watches from an Authorized Dealer Seiko Chronograph 7A38 Origin Story Purchasing from eBay Richard Mille Rafael Nadal Brief Tourbillon Explaination…
 
On October 9, Sony Pictures' Yellow Rose makes its theatrical debut on hundreds of screens across North America. To celebrate, the film's star, Eva Noblezada, and writer/director, Diane Paragas, join Keith on a brand new Southern Fried Asian. Diane starts off by talking about how growing up in Lubbock, TX informed parts of the film (2:30). She then…
 
In-house legal departments around the world are under more stress than ever, with the COVID-19 pandemic causing massive upheavals to businesses' operations, often at breakneck speed. Judy Wong, group chief legal counsel and chief compliance officer for Tricor, shares insights from her work as the head of the legal team at Tricor, a business expansi…
 
With arbitration being the preferred method of dispute resolution globally for international commercial contracts, China has recognized the need to modernize its arbitration system and bring it in line with international best practice as it embarks on high-value global investment projects. In this episode, Hu Ke shares insights about Beijing's pro-…
 
Chinese FDI in the European Union has skyrocketed over the last decade, increasing by almost 50 times in between 2008 and 2016. However, investment levels have since flatlined and even fallen as a result of both a downturn in China’s domestic economy as well as growing political headwinds in the global business landscape. In this episode, Caroline …
 
The rapid growth of the internet economy over recent years has ushered in a new frontier in the ongoing battle between the world’s biggest superpowers: that of data protection. With data being hailed by some as the oil of the 21st century, the battle between states and between companies is not just to see who can collect the most data, but also inc…
 
On a brand new Southern Fried Asian, Keith reconnects with his former college professor, Luisa A. Igloria, who was just named the first Filipina American poet laureate of Virginia. They kick off the podcast reminiscing about her first year as a professor of English at Old Dominion University (1:15) and being integral to the development of Filipino …
 
With news about Chinese video-sharing platform TikTok dominating headlines, attention is being paid once again to the government body at the center of reviewing inbound foreign investment into the U.S., the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS). In this episode, Jeremy Zucker and Darshak Dholakia delve into the CFIUS review p…
 
On May 20, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act, a bill that threatens to delist from U.S. stock exchanges foreign companies that use accounting firms that cannot be inspected by U.S. regulators. Although the bill’s provisions apply globally, some apply especially to Chinese companies. In this episode, Sh…
 
Just as the United States has beefed up its scrutiny of the supply chains of its critical infrastructure in recent months, China has also launched a new cybersecurity review (CSR) for mitigating the national security risks posed by theirs. In this episode, Barbara Li and Zhou Yang explain the scope and process of the cybersecurity review, the basic…
 
China finally has a Civil Code after multiple failed attempts at creating one. The Code defines the rights and duties of China’s 1.4 billion citizens and has implications for all segments of Chinese society, from consumers to investors to businesses. In this episode, Ulrike Glueck and Michael Munzinger break down the gigantic piece of legislation i…
 
A strict new national security law has arrived in Hong Kong, marking the most significant shakeup to the city’s relationship with the mainland since the handover more than two decades ago. In this episode, three lawyers analyze the implications for businesses of the new law as well as the U.S. response in the form of sanctions and greater export co…
 
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