Jan 10, 2006 — Cambodian-born Andrew Thi committed crimes in the United States as a teenager. Now 30, he faces deportation to a homeland he barely remembers. Thi's story is told as part of "Crossing East," a radio series about Asian-American history.
Oct 18, 2005 — Producers Dmae Roberts and Sara Caswell Kolbet report on descendants of Hawaiians who live in the Pacific Northwest. Many generations later, the progeny of those first Hawaiians still carry on some sacred traditions brought from the islands.
Jul 27, 2005 — Producer Dmae Roberts shares an audio postcard of some Hawaiians who are proud to speak pidgin — a home-grown version of English with words and phrases borrowed from other languages brought to the islands over the centuries.
Jul 14, 2005 — Cambodian musician Daran Kravanh survived the "killing fields" and genocide under the Khmer Rouge regime, with the help of an unlikely ally: an accordion. Being a musician kept him alive during the brutal antil-Western genocide.
Jun 14, 2005 — Producer Dmae Roberts presents the story 19th-century Chinese doctor Ing "Doc" Hay, who left a lasting mark on an Oregon town and was a longtime icon for Asians emigrating to America.