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A good deep dive into AAPI issues

I do love the variety of guests, topics, and conversation style in the podcast. This has been a great podcast to listen to!


Excellent podcast and interviews!

I’m so glad I discovered this podcast! Randy has an empathetic, comfortable interviewing style, and he approaches a broad range of topics with entertaining and very informative guests. I’ve discovered so many great artists and causes thanks to this show! Highly recommended!!


Great show very informative

This show is great! Randy does an amazing job at showcasing the voices of others and creates content that is not only informative but also creates a space for Asians/Asian Americans to be heard and seen


Poignant and relevant

The Banh Mi Chronicles has every element of substance and heart. Randy is an amazing host not only for his persistence of longevity and his talent for curating guests, but for his ability to stay focused on the theme of the season and his guests’ experiences.


great interviews

Randy asks wonderfully curious questions from amazing guests, bringing out important stories and perspectives from the Asian experience


Thoughtful, engaging, and transcending

Randy has curated a thoughtful experience inviting guests from all walks of life to share their experiences. I am engaged and leave each episode with a deeper appreciation and respect for these individual’s life struggles. These struggles have these inspirational folks to advocacy and voice. Thank you for sharing so many stories form our diverse, strong, and very beautiful AAPI community.


Great content!

Love this podcast. Great interviews.


Great Topics

Randy brings up so many thought-provoking conversations that are relevant to the Asian-American community.


Great Interviews

Randy does a great job interviewing and keeping the conversations going. It’s refreshing to hear something so relatable.


Best for Asian American parenting!

I started listening due to the Viet Thanh Nguyen episode and then I started to listen to the Tony Ho Tran and then the whole podcast really blew my mind. I am a northerner and it moved me deeply considering raising biracial kids. Im thankful! Thank you. I love this podcast as a parent. I was born in 1991 in Hanoi. Born and raised in Vietnam. Went to America for college and settled down here. I didnt know the war thru the eyes of my fellow Vietnamese. It was boring history class. But now it is so vividly gripping with the time and of 2020.


A comfortable place

Beyond the great name "Bánh Mì Chronicles," Randy Kim is providing a much needed place to spotlight Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) voices and their stories. From musician Punisa Pov revealing the time her dying mother said, "I love you" for the first time over Skype to Dr. Ada Cheng, former tenured professor turned professional storyteller, there are many special moments here. I look forward to seeing how this podcast develops and grows.


Host Randy Kim Asks Thoughtful Questions

This new show is a must for anyone seeking more connection with Asian Americans and their stories. Based in Chicago, host Randy Kim, shares his life story and in doing so can inspire others. Definitely worth a listen!