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Lucky Boys Podcast

Lucky Boys Podcast

By The Lucky Boys
Will and Norm are the founders of Old Kid Productions, a media company based in New York City. In the early days, they would have conversations and hold brainstorming sessions at coffee shops, park benches, friend's apartments. They thought some of these talks should be shared with the world and decided to start discussions about everything and anything, no holds barred conversations with friends in business, entertainment and everything in between.
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Episode 54: Nom Wah Tea Parlor Building A Global Dim Sum Restaurant Empire
Self proclaimed restaurant guy and owner of Nom Wah Tea Parlor, Wilson Tang invited Will and Norm to his humble office in the Lower East Side and gave a glimpse of his life as a CEO, running the oldest Dim Sum eatery in New York City's Chinatown.  Wilson shared his journey from starting a failed business to building a celebrated brand and restaurant group that expanded in New York to Philadelphia and internationally in China.  Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
02:09:20
February 24, 2021
Episode 53: The Collapse Of The NYC Taxi Industry And Bankrupt Medallion Owners
Will and Norm discuss the growing crisis of the NYC taxi industry with cabbie and medallion owner, Augustine Tang. The NYC taxi medallion was once worth $1.3 million dollars, but has lost over 90% of its value in present day.  He shared with us the suicide rate among drivers has dramatically increased due to the mounting debt they face as they struggle to pay their bills during the pandemic and due to the relentless competition from tech companies such as Uber and Lyft. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:30:40
February 17, 2021
Episode 52: Rampant NYC Crime, Mega Jails And Protecting Our Communities With NYC Council Candidate Chris Marte
Will and Norm discuss the rise of crime in New York City and local communities used to build mega jails with Chris Marte, candidate for NYC council that oversees lower Manhattan. He shared with us his ideas as city councilman how he plans to help move all the neighborhoods and district forward. Growing up in Lower East Side helped shaped his perspective and the desire to preserve the communities that make this city great. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:31:36
February 10, 2021
Episode 51: The Riot At the Capitol And The Future Of Cryptocurrencies
Will and Norm discuss the coordinated siege and attack at the nations' Capitol building where elected officials were set to confirm presidential elect Joe Biden. They also dive into the potential of Bitcoin and Ethereum as the future of digital currencies and the technological revolution it brings.  Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:10:10
January 13, 2021
Episode 50: Prison Gangs, Jealousy And The Drug Game With A Former NYC Kingpin Turned Entrepreneur
Will and Norm discuss the rise and fall of former drug lord, Coss Marte, who built a multi-million dollar cocaine empire when he was just a teenager growing up in New York City's Lower East Side. They also dive into his incredible story from spending years in prison where his fitness philosophy was born. This solidified his life purpose to help those who have been formerly incarecareated by providing work at his prison style fitness studio called Conbody. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:50:17
January 9, 2021
Episode 49 Part 2: The Asian Sorority Experience And Life In Texas
Will and Norm reminisce on college life and the Asian sorority experience with Jennifer and Hoang Mai, the organizers of the non-profit called Welcome To Chinatown. Jennifer shares stories about growing up and living in Texas and eventually finding a second home in New York City. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:14:43
January 8, 2021
Episode 49 Part 1: The Effect NYC Shutdown Had On Chinatown Businesses And Community
Will and Norm discuss the efforts to save the struggling business community in New York City's Chinatown with the co-founder and organizers of the non-profit, Welcome To Chinatown. The night before the city was about to shut down indoor dining in all restaurants, Jennifer and Hoang Mai were having dinner with a group of friends at their favorite Chinatown eatery when the idea came to create an organization to help the community they grew to love. Through this collective of very talented men and women, they were able to raise over half a million dollars to help front line workers and keep businesses from going into bankruptcy. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:03:46
January 6, 2021
Episode 48: Unlocking The Seven Chakras And Spiritual Energy
Will and Norm discuss their spiritual awakening with artist and painter, Sunny Liu. Her journey began while in isolation for months through the pandemic. It was during this time of self reflection that she discovered the power of chakra energy and helped her stay centered in uncertain times.  Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
45:18
December 30, 2020
Episode 47 Part 2: Meaningful Relationships: Life Lessons And The Rat Race Trap
Will and Norm discuss the trials and challenges of escaping the rat race with AKings founder, Alan Cheung. He also shares his thoughts on important relationships that he has cultivated throughout his personal and business journey.  Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:00:22
December 21, 2020
Episode 47 Part 1: How A College Dropout Started A Million dollar Luxury Apparel Brand w/Alan King
Will and Norm discuss the trials and challenges in building a successful business with AKings founder, Alan Cheung. He shares great insights of being an entrepreneur and following your calling by doing what you love even when others doubt you.  Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:02:08
December 16, 2020
Episode 45 Part 2: Technology And Social Media Changed Our Lives And The Future
Will and Norm discuss how rapidly changing technologies has changed the way we live with Sam Cheng, the creator of the NYC Food Blog.  They approach the future with both excitement and apprehension as they ponder the consequences and role of social media and tech companies have in our businesses and personal lives. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
57:29
December 8, 2020
Episode 45 Part 1: NYC Food Blogger Explores Hidden Restaurants and Culinary Experiences
Will and Norm discuss the growing hidden restaurant scene with Sam Cheng, the creator of the NYC Food Blog. His never-ending quest to discover the most authentic street food led him to experience the many different cultures from all around the world. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:09:50
December 4, 2020
Episode 44 Part 2: Red Flags In Relationships
Will, Norm and Joyel discuss the type of red flags to look out for in toxic relationships and ways to navigate away from them. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
42:04
December 2, 2020
Episode 44 Part 1: Uncovering Conspiracy Truths, Fake News And Mass Extinction
Will and Norm discuss the rise of conspiracy theories and fake news in recent years with friend, Joyel, a self proclaimed science aficionado. We dive into the QAnon conspiracy phenomenon that has spread into national politics and contemplate the possibility of interstellar travel.  Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:01:49
November 25, 2020
Episode 43 Part 2: How Is Quarantine Affecting Relationships And Self Discovery
Will and Norm discuss how misfortunes in life can often times create different paths of inspiration. Leland Yu was training to become a NYC firefighter when recruitment stalled during the pandemic. In this time of self reflection he found a passion for cooking, which eventually led him to start a pop up dining business and fundraised over $20,000 to help restaurants in the community and frontline hospital workers. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
26:59
November 18, 2020
Episode 43 Part 1: Rethinking Life And Turning Misfortunes To Accomplishments
Will and Norm discuss how misfortunes in life can often times create different paths of inspiration. Leland Yu was training to become a NYC firefighter when recruitment stalled during the pandemic. In this time of self reflection he found a passion for cooking, which eventually led him to start a pop up dining business and fundraised over $20,000 to help restaurants in the community and frontline hospital workers.  Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions  Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast  You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:27:15
November 4, 2020
Episode 42 Part 2: The Old New York And Changing Asians
Will and Norm discuss voting in the Asian community and trials of growing up in NYC with organizers Judy Lei and Shirly Ng. They have supported countless underserved citizens through their work with the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF) helping with voter registration and education. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:33:51
October 28, 2020
Episode 42 Part 1: Hardcore Trump Supporters And The Asian Voter Problem
Will and Norm discuss voting rights and the rising political power in the Asian community with organizers Judy Lei and Shirly Ng. They have supported countless underserved citizens through their work with the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF) helping with voter registration and education.  Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
42:10
October 27, 2020
Episode 41 Part 2: Asians In Hollywood And The Power Of Telling Your Own Stories
Will and Norm welcome filmmakers, Patrick Chen and Jason Chew to the show and discuss their new short film called A Father's Son adapted from crime novelist Henry Chang stories about Chinatown gangs and the protagonist Detective Jack Yu. The project was brought to life with the desire to tell stories with Asian Americans and crowdfund support by the local community.  It stars Tzi Ma, Ronny Chieng and Perry Yung just to name a few of the actors in the film.  They also dive in the Disney Mulan remake, Asians in Hollywood and the importance of telling our own stories. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:11:30
October 20, 2020
Episode 41 Part 1: Asians In Hollywood And The Power Of Telling Your Own Stories
Will and Norm welcome filmmakers, Patrick Chen and Jason Chew to the show and discuss their new short film called A Father's Son adapted from crime novelist Henry Chang stories about Chinatown gangs and the protagonist Detective Jack Yu. The project was brought to life with the desire to tell stories with Asian Americans and crowdfund support by the local community.  It stars Tzi Ma, Ronny Chieng and Perry Yung just to name a few of the actors in the film.  They also dive in the Disney Mulan remake, Asians in Hollywood and the importance of telling our own stories.  Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions  Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast  You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
59:47
October 2, 2020
Episode 40 Part 2: NYC Infamous Murder Alley And Appropriation vs Appreciation
Will and Norm discuss Chinatown history and growing up Asian American in New York City in the 70's to 90's with community activist Don Lee. For decades Don has fought to uphold civil liberties for Asian immigrants in our community. Most recently, he has helped a 89 year old grandma who was assaulted and lit on fire, file a police report and advocated law enforcement to elevate the assault to a hate crime that resulted to adequate resources would be placed on the case. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:06:16
September 30, 2020
Episode 40 Part 1: Activist Don Lee on Law And Disorder and The Asian Immigrant Experience
Will and Norm discuss Chinatown history and growing up Asian American in New York City in the 70's to 90's with community activist Don Lee. For decades Don has fought to uphold civil liberties for Asian immigrants in our community. Most recently, he has helped a 89 year old grandma who was assaulted and lit on fire, file a police report and advocated law enforcement to elevate the assault to a hate crime that resulted to adequate resources would be placed on the case.   Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:14:21
September 18, 2020
Episode 39 Part 3: Sgt. Steve Lee On Cop and Gangster Mentality And Dirty Politics
Will and Norm discuss police corruption, undercover operations and running for public office with Sergeant Steve Lee. He spent nearly three years working undercover with internal affairs to expose corruption at the highest levels of law enforcement. Often times risking his life as he associated with the underworld society filled with criminals, gangsters and corrupt cops. This is his story. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:32:33
September 15, 2020
Episode 39 Part 2: Sgt. Steve Lee On His Undercover Operation To Expose Corruption
Will and Norm discuss police corruption, undercover operations and running for public office with Sergeant Steve Lee. He spent nearly three years working undercover with internal affairs to expose corruption at the highest levels of law enforcement. Often times risking his life as he associated with the underworld society filled with criminals, gangsters and corrupt cops. This is his story. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:01:23
September 13, 2020
Episode 39 Part 1: Sgt. Steve Lee Exposes The Web Of Police Corruption And Scandals
Will and Norm discuss police corruption, undercover operations and running for public office with Sergeant Steve Lee. He spent nearly three years working undercover with internal affairs to expose corruption at the highest levels of law enforcement. Often times risking his life as he associated with the underworld society filled with criminals, gangsters and corrupt cops. This is his story. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:14:25
September 8, 2020
Episode 38 Part 1: Guys And Their Porn Stash, Mayor de Blasio's Chinatown Photo Op
Will and Norm welcome long term collaborator and friend, Michael and enjoy a few glasses of whisky while discussing the experience of marching in the #TheyCantBurnUsAll Rally with China Mac and Will Lex Ham. The Lucky Boys spoke with young activists about the assaults in the Asian communities and what we can do to have our voices heard.  Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
53:04
September 4, 2020
Episode 37: Anti-Asian, Racist Rant And What Led To His Outburst With Harry Tzianakis
Will and Norm sit down with an exclusive from Harry Tzianakis and discuss his racist tirade on the Asian driver, Zane Tang, during a traffic altercation, which was recorded on cellphone video and has now made him infamous in the Asian community.  Based on reports, Tang explained that the altercation started after he honked at Tzianakis who was swerving in the middle of the road. Tzianakis flipped him off in return and brake checked him which caused the situation to escalate and led to homophobic and racist language being exchanged. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:54:21
August 22, 2020
Episode 36 Part 2: Interesting TV Series, Girls And Dating Emojis
Will and Norm welcome friend and actress, May Fiona to the podcast and discuss growing up HAPA, which is a phrase that was originally coined by native Hawaiians to describe mixed ethnic ancestry. She grew up speaking Japanese and learning the culture because her parents were very adamant toward instilling her with pride in her Asian heritage.  They also touch on dating outside your ethnic background and the importance of allyship during the many protests happening right now across the country. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
51:26
August 21, 2020
Episode 36 Part 1: AMWF Relationships, HAPA Upbringing And Protest Impact
Will and Norm welcome friend and actress, May Fiona to the podcast and discuss growing up HAPA, which is a phrase that was originally coined by native Hawaiians to describe mixed ethnic ancestry. She grew up speaking Japanese and learning the culture because her parents were very adamant toward instilling her with pride in her Asian heritage.  They also touch on dating outside your ethnic background and the importance of allyship during the many protests happening right now across the country. Check out the video version of the podcast: youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast
01:01:37
August 20, 2020
Episode 35 Bonus: NYPD Officer Rob On The BLM Conspiracy
Will and Norm discuss police brutality and reform, the Black Lives  Matter movement with police officer Rob. He has been working in the NYPD for 7 years and brings a unique law enforcement perspective as we talk in depth about the George Floyd and Breonna Taylor case. Check out the video version of the podcast: youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast
50:59
August 19, 2020
Episode 35 Part 2: NY Police, Breonna Taylor Debate And Changing The System
Will and Norm discuss police brutality and reform, the Black Lives  Matter movement with police officer Rob. He has been working in the NYPD  for 7 years and brings a unique law enforcement perspective as we talk  in depth about the George Floyd and Breonna Taylor case.
01:15:36
August 12, 2020
Episode 35 Part 1: Gangs, Defunding, Police Reform And Black Lives
Will and Norm discuss police brutality and reform, the Black Lives Matter movement with police officer Rob. He has been working in the NYPD for 7 years and brings a unique law enforcement perspective as we talk in depth about the George Floyd and Breonna Taylor case. Check out the video version of the podcast: youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast
01:49:36
August 5, 2020
Episode 34 Part 2: Asian Male Attraction, Andrew Yang And The Problem With Asian Culture
Will and Norm discuss politics, racism and Black Lives Matter protests with actor and activist, William Lex Ham. Born and raised in NYC, Lex moved back to the city from Los Angeles, to be closer to his family during the height of the COVID pandemic. He wanted to give his voice for change after seeing the increasing tensions between protesters and police and became one of the leaders of the Asians for Black Lives movement. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:42:49
July 21, 2020
Episode 34 Part 1: Andrew Yang and Asian Celebrities For BLM But Silent On Covid Racism
Will and Norm discuss politics, racism and Black Lives Matter protests with actor and activist, William Lex Ham. Born and raised in NYC, Lex moved back to the city from Los Angeles, to be closer to his family during the height of the COVID pandemic. He wanted to give his voice for change after seeing the increasing tensions between protesters and police and became one of the leaders of the Asians for Black Lives movement.  Check out the video version of the podcast: youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast
01:48:04
July 14, 2020
Episode 33: Fake Covid News, Police Protest, Ancient Aliens And Leaving NYC
Will and Norm discuss how carefree New Yorkers are becoming as restaurants and stores start to reopen in the city. People are crowding around bars, ready to party in the streets with total disregard to social distancing. Although there are a portion of New Yorkers who are unfazed with Covid still spreading, there are some who are looking to leave the city for good. Suburbs were once thought to be for those who were older ready to start families. They are now safe havens sought after by a younger generation who are now well equipped to work from home and have no intentions of returning to a city with civil unrest, rising crime, and an unreliable police department.  Check out the video version of the podcast: youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast
01:18:46
July 7, 2020
Episode 32: Why Asians Are Afraid to be Chinese And The Misunderstanding Of Pitbulls
Will and Norm kick back with long term collaborator and friend, Michael, over glasses of whisky and beers as they discuss the reopening New York City and just in time for summer. The reopening will continue as planned in several phases amidst the Black Lives Matter protests and rise in Coronavirus cases in other states.  Assaults in several Asian communities have also been increasing and have made Asians afraid to unite and fight back against racist attacks. They also converse about how pitbulls are oftentimes misunderstood dog breed and make the best companions and propose a fight between two unlikely combatants, a soccer player and gymnast. Who would win in a cage match? Check out the video version of the podcast: youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast
02:22:02
June 29, 2020
Episode 31 Part 2: The Death Of Chinatown Societies And Unaccepted Asians In America With Kenny Lam
Will and Norm discuss the art of making deals, real estate investing and the Asian experience in society today with investor and philanthropist, Kenny Lam. He comes from a real estate finance background and has been practicing in the industry for over 17 years. He also dedicates his time to the local community by serving on the Board of Directors of two major real estate trade organizations in the New York City area. These organizations include: (CAREA) Chinese American Real Estate Association and (AREAA) Asian Real Estate Association of America.
01:19:21
June 23, 2020
Episode 31 Part 1: Strategies That Helped Make Kenny Lam, an Investor and Philanthropist, Make Millions in Real Estate
Will and Norm discuss the art of making deals, real estate investing and the Asian experience in society today with investor and philanthropist, Kenny Lam. He comes from a real estate finance background and has been practicing in the industry for over 17 years. He also dedicates his time to the local community by serving on the Board of Directors of two major real estate trade organizations in the New York City area. These organizations include: (CAREA) Chinese American Real Estate Association (AREAA) Asian Real Estate Association of America
01:15:27
June 19, 2020
Episode 30: The Red Pill, Spotify Takeover And Men Who Peacock
Will and Norm discuss the cryptic tweet from Elon Musk about the Red Pill and contemplate the reprecussions of knowing every harsh realities that exist in the real world. They also address the changing landscape of podcasting with Spotify taking over the medium from YouTube by acquiring exclusive licencing deals like the arrangement with the Joe Rogan Experience.
01:51:34
June 9, 2020
Episode 29: The Love Life of Stand Up Comedians
Will and Norm visited The Low End Gigolos where they shared their experiences performing stand up in the New York City comedy scene. Growing up in the big apple helped them develop and hone their unique way of comedic storytelling. They explore what it's like being in a relationship with a comedian, awkward first dates and why you need to be just a little crazy to become a successful artist.
02:44:31
June 5, 2020
Episode 28: North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un's Fate, Questioning Conspiracy Theories and Surveillance Technology and Taking Precaution While Asian During the Pandemic
Will and Norm discuss the fate of the Kim Jong-Un, leader of the  reclusive regime and the possible takeover of the first female leader in  North Korea. They explore how relinquishing personal freedoms with the  advancement of contact tracing and other surveillance technologies  during the Pandemic and the possibility that the US helped fund  Coronavirus research being conducted at the virology laboratory in  Wuhan.
01:12:49
May 26, 2020
Episode 27: The Plandemic Conspiracy, Remembering Linsanity During Asian Heritage Month and Murder Hornets
Will and Norm discuss the spread of Coronavirus conspiracy theories and media blackout of the newest theory, the stylishly produced Plandemic. They explore the reasons and repercussions for censorship surrounding the video when it was posted and taken off major media websites in less than a day. They also take look back in celebrating the achievements of Asian Americans and reminisce the time New York City was full of excitement during the time of Linsanity and the Knicks short lived winning streak. 
57:14
May 20, 2020
Episode 26: Sex, Porn and Infidelity in Relationships and Government Admits UFO Exist After Releasing Video
Will and Norm discuss how couples are handling self-isolating at home during the quarantine. There has been an increase in the divorce rate and they explore how romantic relationships will find a way to evolve after the pandemic. They also address the U.S. government's decision to share actual footage of a UFO.
01:16:12
May 13, 2020
Episode 25: Future Of Money, Can XRP, Bitcoin And Ethereum Make You A Millionaire
The Lucky Boys and Cryptocurrency Trader, Doug King, explore the world of Bitcoin, alternative cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum and XRP and Bitcoin Halving, an event happening on May 12th 2020. Halving occurs after every 210,000 bitcoin blocks are mined, which takes around every 4 years. The block reward will continue to halve until it becomes 0 by the year 2140. The creation of bitcoins will decrease and the supply will become scarcer over time, which will lead to an increase in demand for them.  We discuss the benefits and limitations of the most popular cryptocurrencies right now. Which of them will come out on top and help create a new generation of millionaires in the digital age?
53:08
May 4, 2020
Episode 24: The Elites, 5G Coronavirus Conspiracy and Jews Are Low Key Ballers
Will and Norm discuss the growing number of conspiracies surrounding COVID19 Pandemic including the connection with 5G technology. They explore the topic from statements by professional conspiracy theorist, David Icke. Does it cause the immune system to turn against itself?
01:22:36
April 24, 2020
Episode 23: Asians Upset with Andrew Yang, Economic and Social Impact and Finding Inspiration During Quarantine
Will and Norm discuss how essential workers are being impacted by the Coronavirus Pandemic and why they deserve hazard pay for being the life line in keeping households functioning. They take examples from Kobe Bryant and David Goggins for inspiration to keep moving forward during these turbulent times.
01:29:29
April 18, 2020
Episode 22: The Racism Crisis and Adjusting to a New Reality During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Will and Norm discuss the rise in hate crimes during the Coronavirus crisis and how it has affected them personally and in the Asian community. They share the challenges of adjusting to working from home and the ordeals of friends who are doctors, nurses and law enforcement at the front lines trying to keep everyone safe. Check out the video version of the podcast: youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast
01:38:09
April 1, 2020
Episode 21: The ongoing Coronavirus crisis and its racial side effects
Will, Norm and their guest, Johnny Shek aka Moose, who has owned restaurants and managed a lucrative gentleman's club in New York City, discuss the xenophobia and racial tensions since the Coronavirus crisis. They share their personal experiences on what it's like to keep business alive while trying to make sense of an impossible situation. 
01:25:50
March 18, 2020
Episode 20: Making sense of the Racism and Coronavirus Impact In Asian Communities
Will and Norm discuss the racism and coronavirus impact in Asian communities. How alarmed should people be about the violent attacks on women, children and the elderly? Is it right to fight back and increase violence further? Is this a cultural issue or should it be acceptable? What is the appropriate response?
01:09:47
March 13, 2020
Episode 19: Strategies that helped Kenny Yu retire young and Crop Circle Encoded Message Conspiracy
Kenny Yu drops by the studio and shares his path toward early retirement. His journey is a true rags to riches story that will inspire you to maintain your course not matter what obstacles are thrown onto your path. Some people just say they want to become financially independent and Kenny is proof that you can make it a reality through perseverance, hard work and consistency. We also explored the possibility of alien existence and encoded messages within crop circles. 
01:06:33
February 29, 2020
Episode 18: Aimee Ogbonna And The Pursuit Of Financial Independence
Aimee Ogbonna is a financial Padawan determined to be a Jedi master of money. She is also a heath and wellness coach who is on a quest to reach financial freedom. She shares her game plan on achieving financial independence by understanding the value of money and how it can work for you by being disciplined and not restrictive, while still enjoying life to the fullest.  Don't forget to continue the conversation on Aimee's podcast called Ready Or Not Radio.
56:46
February 23, 2020
Episode 17: Dynasty Style On Pursuing The Arts, Asian Pride And Prejudice, Culture Clashes
Dynasty Style is a movement to promote individual creativity through our design, music, and film. Everyone and everything has a style with the capacity to inspire others.  They say their style is an extension of your journey.
37:59
February 17, 2020
Episode 16: Dr. David Lee On Coronavirus Spread, Panic Level And Proper Protocols For Hospitals, Becoming A New Father And Thoughts On Kobe Bryant
An epidemic of a novel coronavirus is affecting mainland China, along with cases in 28 other countries and territories. Some cases are under investigation in New York City.  Originally identified in Wuhan, the capital of China's Hubei province, after people developed pneumonia without a clear cause. Our friend and chief medical correspondent, a title we bestowed upon him the moment he stepped into our humble studio. Doctor David Lee gives us the 411 on this new Coronavirus, the impact on the world and the readiness of NYC Hospitals are prepared for if an outbreak occurs. 
01:06:11
February 10, 2020
Episode 15: The Fung Brothers Experience
David and Andrew of the Fung Brothers, a Chinese-American duo whom rose to prominence through their YouTube videos. They call New York City their home away from home and luckily for us, they found some time to drop by Lucky Boys HQ in Brooklyn for an interesting fireside chat. We had a thought provoking conversation discussing topics that covered the Asian American experience and culture, their value and place in the entertainment industry and how that has impacted today's society and pop culture at large. Listeners are invited to support our Patreon for special features and early access to the podcast here: www.patreon.com/oldkidproductions Check out the Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/lucky-boys-store Check out the video version of the podcast at youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast You can follow Lucky Boys Podcast on Instagram @luckyboyspodcast, Will Hue @iamwillhue, Norm Lam @nlam25
01:15:04
January 30, 2020
Episode 14: Tre The Techno Nerd
Tre is a self proclaimed Techno Nerd,  who has worked at the world's biggest tech companies like Microsoft and Apple. As a young boy he even told his father that he would one day work at Microsoft. He made this proclamation come true and shares his insight with his time spent at these dream companies. He has worked in tech on both both coasts and lets us in on some of the rivalries between them. Watch out for his take on tech bros and finance bros in the workplace.
53:38
January 21, 2020
Episode 13: Life And Times Of A Muay Thai Fighter
Life sometimes has a way of pushing our passions and dreams down in our list of priorities, but sometimes we can find the courage to venture into the unknown because of the dissatisfaction of that mundane life. Jordan recounts his fighting journey through injuries and training for two years while working a full time job. He decided to travel to Thailand to train and hone his skills under a world renowned Muay Thai instructor. Ultimately striving for the goal of stepping into the ring against a formidable opponent. 
55:37
January 15, 2020
Episode 12: Geoff Lee Growing Up 2nd Generation American Asian, Pursuing Music And Playing At CBGB
We often look toward our futures without understanding the history of our past. It shapes us and makes us who we are today. Geoff Lee, self described American Asian actor tells how growing up 2nd generation in Chinatown and spending summers in the suburbs in Long Island shaped his outlook on life and creative endeavors. He knew Tzi Ma since he was 15 years old back when Chinatown considered the mean streets and truly represented the city that never sleeps. As a frequent resident at the Basement, an Asian American theatre organization, he was mentored by Mako Iwamatsu and eventually started playing with the band called The Heat.
01:29:00
December 26, 2019
Episode 11: Eating Good Hotpot, Existence Of Humans And Extraterrestrial Life, And Getting Our Education Right
What's better than Hotpot on a cold winter night? Nothing beats cooking meats and veggies in your favorite flavored soup broth. The experience is communal and many topics are discussed around the table. Today the Lucky Boys explore questions of human existence to growing up with right healthy mental state and how the current education system doesn't prepare young people for the future of the real world. 
55:51
December 14, 2019
Episode 10: The Thanksgiving Episode with Joyel - Divorced, Single Father Rises
On this week's podcast The Lucky Boys speak to Joyel, a regular, hustling millennial trying to make the best life for his daughter and himself. Raising his daughter as a single father is a challenge in itself and that is why it makes his story that more incredible.  After his divorce he ended up with nothing in his bank account and after numerous interviews and a little prayer and a sprinkle of genuine focus, he eventually started as a intern at a billion dollar travel tech company and rose up to become a senior associate. 
52:02
November 28, 2019
Episode 9: Being Robbed By Divorce, Saying I Love You and How to Lose 2 Pounds A Day
Romantic relationships are hard. It get's more challenging once you're married and have kids. But what happens when it comes to a point where you have to call it quits and the idea of divorce looms in the horizon. The Lucky Boys discuss what happens after a divorce and how it impacts both parties involved financially. On today's podcast, the boys also touch on the power of saying "I love you" and challenging yourself to try new things to better yourself. Norm goes on a new vegetarian diet inspired by a documentary on Netflix and lost 10 pounds in the first five days.
53:24
November 22, 2019
Episode 8: The Dark Side And Humanity Of Gangs And Wu Assassins, Warrior, The Streets
Writer Henry Chang talks about Triads, Gang Life, not just the Dark Side but the Humanity from his perspective in his writing. The film and book series reflect on that lifestyle. Check out the video version of the podcast: youtube.com/luckyboyspodcast
58:32
November 4, 2019
Episode 7: How To Deal With The Fear Of Missing Out
Young professional and long time friend of the Lucky Boys, Michael Lin, let's us know how millennials cope with the fear of missing out in today's society.
47:37
October 28, 2019
Episode 6: Traveling Solo In Pursuit Of The Perfect Pasta
The Lucky Boys recap their week talking about becoming sober and overcoming negative thoughts; finding And falling in love; mental breakdown after a breakup; traveling alone; road trips and the perfect past.
46:34
October 21, 2019
Episode 5: Artists Dealing With Today's Cancel Culture
The Lucky Boys speak to Joshua Paled, comedian and actor born and raised in the greatest city in the world. When he’s not on a film set, Josh hosts a comedy show and podcast series called Low End Gigolos. As a comedian, he knows first had the importance of creative expression and the freedom to express it without censor. We discuss Josh’s life choices and how it impacted his work as an artist, the rise of cancel culture in our society and the controversy surrounding fellow comedian, Shane Gillis.
01:26:47
October 6, 2019