Our producer Diane Wu spent most of her life thinking she doesn’t have a unique and personal take on The Sound of Music.
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Producer Diane Wu goes to a party. A Chinese flag party.
Producers Diane Wu and Lina Misitzis spend the night at a corner grocery store in Brooklyn, New York and talk to some of the people that pass by. (25 minutes)
Diane Wu has the story of a woman who goes to South Korea to meet her birth mother, a trip that lets her visit one of the other worlds in which she almost lived.
The 22-year-old woman from the beginning of the show catches up with producer Diane Wu. Things are different.
Producer Diane Wu goes to a party.
We put out a call looking for people having to face something that freaked them out. Over two hundred people wrote in, facing big, life-changing moments, and some smaller ones.
There’s a lawsuit going on between Harvard and some Asian American students who say the admissions process discriminates against them.
Producer Diane Wu tells Ira the story of a woman and her quest to find out who sent her a mysterious gift.
Comedian Jillian Welsh tells Diane Wu about one of the most romantic—and stressful—nights of her life, a night that paralleled the plot of a rom-com in several ways. A version of this story first appeared on the Risk! podcast.
Guest host David Kestenbaum talks to producer Diane Wu about a list she keeps of things she means to know. Sweet potatoes vs. yams.
Remember learning that women’s menstrual cycles tend to sync up when they spend a lot of time together? Producer Diane Wu was skeptical. So she went looking for evidence.