Resetting The Table

is creating a podcast showcasing BIPOC brilliance & expanding imagination

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Chopsticks Cheerleader

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Welcome to our table, friend, and thank you for supporting our podcast! As a thank you for helping us keep Resetting The Table sustainable, you'll get a 5" x 7" postcard print of a collage by Céline, "Madonna and Child."
  • Postcard of “Madonna and Child” by Céline

Soupbowl Supporter

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Thank you for supporting our podcast! At this tier, you get a bonus reading list for each episode. This list functions as an annotated bibliography for further exploration of the ideas discussed in each episode—especially good for discussion groups, but also good for personal learning. Also, you get an invitation to a monthly/bimonthly Patron online potluck where you get to meet and hang with us and other Patrons!
  • Bonus reading list to accompany each episode
  • Invitation to online Patron potluck
  • Postcard of “Madonna and Child” by Céline

Dumpling Dispenser

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Thank you for supporting our podcast! At this tier, you get an original linocut Resetting The Table bookmark by Maria, as well as a tote bag with an original design by Céline and/or Maria. Yay, podcast swag.
  • Resetting The Table tote bag
  • Resetting The Table bookmark
  • Bonus reading list to accompany each episode
  • Invitation to online Patron potluck
  • Postcard of “Madonna and Child” by Céline




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About Resetting The Table

Welcome 欢迎!

Resetting The Table is a podcast started by three East Asians living in Vancouver, Canada (unceded Coast Salish territory) and explores the intersection of race, place, and faith in the pursuit of collective liberation. We birthed this podcast out of a desire to see more BIPOC voices speaking their stories and truth, and to create a platform for robust, curiosity-provoking, and imagination-expanding conversations — conversations that help us unlearn oppressive norms, challenge unjust systems, and orient us towards a faithful and fearless spiritual and political praxis. Tune in and join us on the journey!

Support us

It's important to us to honour the labour of our brilliant & badass guests, so we're building in speaker honourariums from the get go. When you become a Patron, your contributions go firstly towards this purpose. If you're not able to commit to regular donations, you can still pitch in on our PayPal! Patron contributions also go towards making our show sustainable long-term. We're making this podcast as a labour of love, and although we love to envision a world beyond capitalism, we still live in a reality where we need $$ to make all this happen—so any and all support is much appreciated.

Who we are

Maria Mulder (host, she/her) is a biracial queer Taiwanese-Canadian who grew up as a settler on unceded Coast Salish land, a cis lesbian, radical birthworker, print artist, and enthusiastic amateur rock climber. She is an ecumenical contemplative (Catholic+) with a soft spot for the saints. Her art can be found online at Gradient Goods and

Trixie Ling (host, she/her) is a Taiwanese-Canadian settler residing on unceded Coast Salish territory, a storyteller, cross-cultural bridge builder, and founder of Flavours of Hope, a non-profit social enterprise that envisions a society where refugee newcomer women flourish and experience belonging in the community through cooking, storytelling, and entrepreneurship. She finds much joy and hope in gathering around a table and eating with newcomers, neighbours, and friends.
Instagram: @triggy

Céline Chuang
(host, she/her) is a diasporic settler from Treaty 7 territory (Mohkinstsis, or Calgary, Alberta), a writer, designer, agitator and educator with familial ties to Mauritius, Hong Kong, and Meixian and Fujian in China. She's also a co-gardener, people's liturgist, art-maker, and fledgling student of plant medicine. Find her on her blog, holy spit!, or online at
Instagram: @celinebythesea | Twitter: @celinechuang

Emma Renaerts (producer, she/her) is a freelance journalist committed to telling stories that unearth hidden truths and bring light to underrepresented issues and voices. She is a podcast editor, pop culture aficionado, and memory studies nerd. Lately, she's been perfecting her sourdough. Find her online at
Twitter: @emmarenaerts

$221.05 of $236.57 per month
When we reach $300/month, this will help us with speaker honourariums for 4 amazing guests (we already have a list of possibilities lined up!).
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