Asians Represent! is a 2 x Gold ENnie Award winning podcast that celebrates and examines Asian representation in gaming and pop culture. We do this by creating conversation, introducing new perspectives to the broader gaming community, and creating spaces for new voices in the industry.Asians Represent! members speak with compassion and from personal experience. We strive to be inclusive, compassionate, caring, introspective, respectful, empowered, conversational, and educational.


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Daniel Kwan is a cultural consultant, game designer, and education professional. He is the recipient of 4 Gold and 4 Silver ENnie Awards for his work in the tabletop gaming industry.As a freelance narrative designer, some of his notable works include Candlekeep Mysteries, the Ultimate Micro-RPG Guide, Avatar Legends, Dark Archive and Ross Rifles. As a cultural consultant, he has worked for companies like Dimension 20, Critical Role Productions, and Asmodee. As an independent game designer, Daniel has released products like Wicked Congregation, Ross Rifles, and the Chronicles of Spring & Autumn series. He is currently working on a wuxia tabletop RPG called Wandering Blades.

Drew Quon is a NAI-certified historic interpreter and TTRPG writer. Drew's work is rooted in his passion for public history, inclusive representation in history and fiction, and uplifting marginalized voices. Drew helps the Asians Represent team plan and implement growth strategies for our Discord server. He will be implementing new on-boarding procedures for new members, organizing community events, and monitoring the safety of our server with the moderator team.

Agatha Cheng burst into the RPG scene in early 2015 armed solely with the knowledge that gnomes are a fantasy race and apparently so are bards. She has since waded deep into the world of story games and LARPs, but still maintains the wide-eyed enthusiasm of that long ago first session. When not obsessively dissecting pop culture and media, she has a particular fondness for sad games, romance RPGs, and Chinese wuxia dramas.

Steve Huynh joined the team in early 2019 as a Toronto-based Vietnamese RPG and gaming enthusiast. Although he had no experience with podcasting or game design, he lead with passion and became one of the cast members of the mini-series Dungeons & Da Asians playing La Ning. Shortly after, he and Daniel paired up for another project: Asians Read Oriental Adventures. From there, he leveraged his newfound insights and joy to become a writer and editor in Unbreakable Vol.1 and* Unbreakable: Revolution*.

Liana MacKenzie
is the owner and lead designer of Valorous Games, LLC and co-creator of Valor: the Heroic Roleplay system. She is the main creative mind behind all things Valor, appearing as a primary designer and writer on every Valor product released. A longtime Anime fan, when she isn't loading the tabletop RPG scene with more Anime she is also the host of an upcoming Asians Represent series where she discusses Anime, JRPGs, manga, and related media.

Emma Yasui is a cultural consultant, educator, and anthropological archaeologist. Despite never playing a TTRPG before, she joined Asians Represent as a podcast guest in 2019 and no one has asked her to leave yet. She is now a Discord moderator and has worked as a cultural consultant, researcher, and writer on various RPG projects. Emma will be producing short videos that define major terms and concepts related to Asian representation in pop culture and media.

Jeremy Blum (who goes by Pixel Grotto online) is a journalist, gaming blogger, and comic book geek. After rolling his first polyhedral dice during a 2017 gaming session in Hong Kong, he dove headfirst into the world of tabletop RPGs. Since then, he's been lucky enough to write for D&D Beyond, contribute to multiple Pathfinder projects, and work with Asians Represent to help educate and elucidate on topics related to both RPGs and Asian culture. He loves roleplaying games for the chance to tell the tales that have been swirling in his head since childhood.

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All of our ongoing series can be found on the Asians Represent Podcast feed wherever pods are cast!

Ongoing Series

The Asians Represent! Podcast is here to celebrate and examine Asian representation
in tabletop games and pop culture. We do this by creating conversation,
introducing new perspectives to the broader gaming community, and creating
spaces for new voices in the industry.
The Asians Represent! Podcast is streamed live on Twitch on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month at 7:00 pm EST. Episodes at uploaded to YouTube the following Monday! Our extended audio feed and show notes are exclusive to Patreon Supporters.

On No Dice, No Problem, co-hosts Daniel and Drew talk about anything and everything! Join them for twists and tangents related to topics ranging from their favourite games to world history! Everything is fair game on this monthly variety show!Uncut video of No Dice, No Problem is available exclusively to Patreon Supporters!

Past Series

Follow Dong-Feng the crustacean sky soldier, W’Leed the wandering bandit, and Ning the Youxia as they navigate the intrigue, mystery, and dangerous magic in the kingdom of Xia! Dungeons & Da Asians is available on the Asians Represent podcast feed on iTunes, Spotify, and Google Podcasts.For health reasons, Dungeons & Da Asians was put on hiatus.