Saigoneer’s Mike Tatarski covers Vietnamese culture, content curation, and the Vietnamese podcasting scene

In this episode, I had a lovely chat with Saigoneer’s Editor-in-Chief, Mike Tatarski! Saigoneer is a publication covering the city of Saigon, and Vietnam in general. They cover quite a number of topics ranging from culture, society, food and drinks, to serious issues too! Their podcast is a roundtable of the Saigoneer team talking about […]

Jarrod Watt talks building podcasts in multilingual Hong Kong and uncovering Australia’s Greatest Forgotten Inventor

How’s it going mates? We’re going to be talking to one of the most talented podcast editors I’ve ever chatted with, Jarrod Watt! Jarrod is a serial producer, writer, journalist and sound-hound (it’s what he calls himself as someone in love with beautiful sound design). The orchestrator behind many podcasts published by the South China […]

Andrew Wang of Inspired Money shares his Journey, and the Mission behind the Asian American Podcasters Association

In this episode, I had an amazing chat with Andrew Wang of the Inspired Money podcast, which is a Forbes Top 10 Personal Finance Podcast (whew!). While he’s not working on the show, Andrew, or Andy (whichever works!), is also a Financial Advisor and the Managing Partner of Runnymede Capital Management based in New Jersey. […]

Asia’s Podcast Industry, Brand Overhaul, and Podlovers Accountability (Reviewing Season 1)

In this episode, I reflect on the first season of Podlovers Asia, Asia’s Podcast Industry, and the upcoming Public Accountability Board! Enjoy. 🙂 Timestamps: 1:59 Asian countries to cover for 2020 4:02 Lessons from running the show (Guests, Audio quality, shownotes) 7:12 The great things I learned from running the show (Mission, Value, people’s support) […]