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Podcast | ABC's of Shang-Chi: The Impact of The Latest MCU Film on Asian-Americans

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In this special edition of the podcast, The Companion Co-Founder Lawrence Kao invites his brother, Emmy-winning TV Producer Franklin Kao on to talk about the impact of Marvel’s latest entry into the MCU, Shang-Chi: The Legend of the Ten Rings and what’s in store next for one of the most culturally important films of the 21st century.

The Companion Briefing Podcast is a new short and snackable digest hosted by Tommy Terry-Green (highly organized/considered cinephile/Essex) and James Hoare (gleefully anarchic/terrible geek/Yorkshire). It’s released every Wednesday and can be found wherever you get your podcasts.

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