We continue the discussion on what is Asia and Who is Asian. Sahar Lone picks up where she left off with festival director David Malacari and talks to Michiko Aoki, international producer for Japanese theater company Inshinha, who is visiting with the play
Rida Malik on People In Your Neighborhood project, a collaboration between the Urban Soul Orchestra in the UK and local Musicians in Auckland and an interview with Michael Field, Senior correspondent ,Fairfax Media, about relations between new Zealand and south Asia, and why there needs to be more knowledge and expertise about the region.
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Is there a critical mass of creative Asians in New Zealand? A discussion on Asian creative expression in Aotearoa with Alistair Kwun and Peap Tarr. Thomas Watts talks to the head of the Gandhian Peace foundation about advertising in India.
In our Cambodia special Nigel McCulloch talked to Dave the founder of the New Zealand helicopter salvage business based in Siem Reap and then an interview with Matthew Crawford who co-owns the bar Miss Wong, also in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Nuredin Mohammed finds out how rising costs and the recession are affecting the rice industry. And then we talk to Patrick Snedden about how Asians can understand the Treaty Of Waitangi. Pat chairs the Auckland DHB, an adviser to the Ngati Whatua o Orakei Maori Trust Board and is the author of the book ‘Pakeha [...]Continue Reading →
Sahar Lone finds out what the Asians in Mt Albert have to say about stereotyping and their idea of South Auckland. And we talk to award winning Bangladeshi-English writer from the UK, Monica Ali. Monica is the author of the popular book BRICK LANE which was shortlisted for the Man Booker prize in 2003 and [...]Continue Reading →
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