Boba Talk, made by Pacific Atrocities Education, explores the stories and histories of the Pacific Asia region and beyond. Follow us as we bring awareness to wartime atrocities, and connect them to today's ever-changing world. On top of discussing history, we also bring light to current issues and the happenings in our local Bay Area community!
On this episode, we will be talking about reparations and apology. Specifically, we will be talking about how reparations can influence individuals, groups, and even a whole nation and its following generations. We discuss past apologies for war, and analyze the importance of taking responsibility for actions, as well as how to navigate these discussions. Join us as we discuss our personal insights on how to face history and memorialize stories.
On this episode, we will be talking about the Vietnamese Boat People. Specifically we will be talking about our own experiences as being a product of the Vietnamese Boat People. Join us as we discuss our personal experiences of being a first-generation born American, and what it's like growing up in an immigrant family. Learn more here: pacificatrocities.org
On this episode, we will be talking about food inventions. Specifically we will be talking about food inventions throughout Asia during the Pacific Wars. Join us as we discuss the impact of food in culture and identity, and have discourse on the influence of Asian food in the modern day American society.