Hosted by Kiona from How Not to Travel Like a Basic Bitch, the How Not To Travel podcast sheds a new light on travel. Instead of talking about instagram-friendly hotels and the latest trendy destinations, Kiona goes where few other travellers and podcasters dare to go. She asks real questions about travel like: Is it possible to travel 100% sustainably? Who get’s to be called a local? Are some countries really safer than others? And more.Because travel is about seeing the world differently, and this podcast is going to show you how.Produced by Studio OchentaOriginal music by Gabriel Dalmasso. more
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They might be used to pull an all-nighter (for studying, gaming, or long-haul truck driving) but energy drinks actually have a fascinating history behind them! For the last regular episode of the season, Kiona and Luis decided to explore the origins ... more
Studio Ochenta’s creative work reflects our motto: Raising Voices across Cultures. more
What do banchan, baby-back ribs, and taquitos de cabeza all have in common? Well, they all involve the world’s oldest cooking method! In this episode, Kiona and Luis explore the history and different forms of open-flame and pit barbecue, from the Car... more
Remember those educational shows you watched as a kid, they helped make learning fun? That is what this podcast is, but for adults. Gives me the same feels, but it’s not childish. The material that is presented deals with complex topics, yet they make it feel easy to understand and interesting.
Dr. Kiona is amazing and has once again delivered 10/10 content. Everyone mad in the comments clearly didn’t listen to the podcast and are just engaging in a hate campaign full of misinformation. If you want to hear a different perspective on complex subjects such as the travel industry (and how they need travel to SURVIVE) during COVID and the Asian-American experience, definitely give this pod a listen. Keep doing ya thing Tía Kiki.
Kiona continues to harm and put Black people’s lives at risk - she has called the cops of BW and BM, refused to pay folks for their labor or underpays, and sitting idly when her followers make racist attacks against Black-owned orgs. Blocks anyone who points out any misinformation, and continues to profit off colonialism and imperialism while using the language of decolonization. She never stopped traveling during a pandemic, and encouraged others to do so. Look up @nowhitesaviors on ig to see t... more
How can I give zero stars? The podcast is boring. Trust me I actually did subscribe and listen to 4 episodes. I couldn’t get past that. It was very obvious that each episode was dripping with privilege and underlying anti-Blackness, and that’s not something I want to listen to. Can we also talk about the fact that Kiona didn’t cease traveling at all in the middle of an entire PANDEMIC? Talk about entitled and ignorant. She has been violent and harmful towards Black women on social media and her ... more
She is antiblack and elitist. She makes threats to call the police if you call her out and she is colonizer
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