In the first part of THE ASIAN RADIO SHOW this week, we have three Indian Comedians on our panel to discuss the business of Comedy. Is it possible to make a living from comedy, who pays your rent in the meantime, and how do you make it from Amateur to Headliner?
What is the strategy of Holy Cow Media? Even when this business was established in May 2006, there was a clear vision of what to do. Today, almost six years later, this vision remains constant. I wrote this for the Aotearoa Ethnic Network journal in November 2006 and rediscovered it today. Read through wondering what [...]Continue Reading →
In the first part of our show Nicolas Read from the Auckland Transport Blog and Verpal Singh join us on our panel to discuss what New Zealand can learn from Asian Public Transport.Continue Reading →
In Part 1: At this point in the lead up to the New Zealand election no party has yet released an election manifesto. Concepts about migration and multiculturalism based on the Treaty of Waitangi never seem to get talked about. Damian Christie and Verpal Singh join us to start the discussion.
In the first episode of Season 5 we debut our new 2 part format.
In Part 1 we have our first panel discussion featuring Professor Paul Spoonley and Verpal Singh on the possibility of turning part of Auckland’s Dominion Road into a Chinatown.
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