Welcome to the Kinjaz PodKast! This is where we literally talk about anything and everything that is awesome to us. From dance, to business, to straight up LIFE topics…we go IN! We will be talking to inspirational movers and shakers from various industries to dive into their stories of how they’ve built themselves into who they are today. You will receive firsthand tips, life hacks, and endless amounts of inspiration…GUARANTEED. So let’s talk!
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Actor, comedian, entrepreneur and YouTuber Joe Jitsukawa is on the pod talking about forging his YouTube career, creating JKFilms, and perseverence. more
Part 2 of Addy Chan's chat with the Kinjaz touches on what she does to maintain balance and what she's learned about herself through therapy. more
Choreographer, producer and talent manager, Addy Chan, jumps into the booth to speak about love, social media, and her history with the Kinjaz. more
This was my first Kinjaz podcast so I was not sure what to expect but I was so impressed with the flow of the show! I felt a real authenticity between Anthony and Jackson and the conversations they were having. The questions flowed smoothly and the time flew by. Thank you for inviting Jackson and providing this unique listening experience for us.
JK long times fan come to support Anthony and his crew! Hope to stay here for the long run!
As a nondancer located halfway across the world I am proof that this podcast transcends the dance community or any kind of immediate or extended network these guys have. Sure, I found it through following The Kinjaz but I was only a couple of episodes in when I realized this podcast isn't just about dance. This is about people sharing life experiences, passions, aspirations and lessons learned with other people through the art of simple conversation. I'm not giving these 5 stars because the host... more
Talks about the tale of a rising movement, there's trials, there's anguish, but most of all, meaning
Late to this PodKast, but found it really interesting. Great interviews with Asian/American people from different situations who have made it, be it dance, food, etc. Ben is really good at making his guests at ease and let the conversation flow. Keep up the great work!
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Kinjaz: Movement In The Shadows launched 5 years ago and published 171 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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