In the first part of this week’s THE ASIAN RADIO SHOW our panel discusses etiquette between western and Asian cultures. When many different cultures combine, with many different social behaviour expectations – how do we all get along without inadvertantly offending each other? Our panellists are Soo Young Lee and Lauren Lee.
In the second part of this week’s THE ASIAN RADIO SHOW, Glynis Bartlam discovers a writing workshop for New Kiwi Women, that not only unites their passion for writing but unites them in their shared experiences of being a migrant. We also talk to Nadia Lim, Masterchef New Zealand winner from 2011, about the recent release of her first recipe book “Nadia’s Kitchen” that embraces her Malaysian/Kiwi heritage.
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