Stewart is an undergraduate at Lancaster University who saw the need for cultural understanding during a volunteering experience in Fiji. He is currently learning Mandarin.
It's fair to say that our Identities are important, but do we ever stop to think how our identities are created and reproduced by the language we speak and the stories we tell?  In this episode, we're joined again by Ying Siu who walks us through the importance of language in identity creation as well as how her research can help better support those who sit 'in between' identity groups. Ying also points us in the direction of some useful resources that can be used by anyone for mental health support. ----more---- As always, we hope you enjoy and if you have any questions or want to appear on the podcast, send us an email at contact@contextculture.uk . We'd love to hear from you! You can also find out more about our mission and our team by checking out our website at www.contextculture.uk - we also have a wealth of free to access resources that will help kickstart your cross-cultural education journey. Finally, please like this episode, follow our stream and rate our podcast so we can keep making content with brilliant guests like the ones you've already heard from. Thank you! ----more---- Find out more about Context Our Website Our Instagram Our Facebook Our Twitter
Welcome back to this weeks episode of the Culture Cast, and have we got an interesting one for you this time around! In our discussions with third culture kids, expats and International students, we've spoken both culture and the effects being abroad can have on shaping our cultural outlook, but what about our language?  This week, Ying Siu takes us through her research and her process of answering the question: English or Chinese? Both or neither? This investigation into heritage language loss in British-Born Chinese and its impact on self-identity uncovers some very interesting perspectives that take root in culture, language and societal structure! ----more---- As always, we hope you enjoy and if you have any questions or want to appear on the podcast, send us an email at contact@contextculture.uk . We'd love to hear from you! You can also find out more about our mission and our team by checking out our website at www.contextculture.uk - we also have a wealth of free to access resources that will help kickstart your cross-cultural education journey. Finally, please like this episode, follow our stream and rate our podcast so we can keep making content with brilliant guests like the ones you've already heard from. Thank you! ----more---- Find out more about Context Our Website Our Instagram Our Facebook Our Twitter
Welcome back! In this weeks episode, hosts Yuchen and Stewart will be launching into part 2 with Djamil (Douglabwoy_) to get deeper into the Dougla experience and to explore intersectionality across Jamaica. We also draw an important distinction between mixing pots and melting pots in culture - so listen out for that one! Much like last episode, we absolutely loved chatting with Djamil and know you'll want to hear more from him, so you can find more of the insightful and emotional work by Djamil by following his Instagram (douglabwoy_) or his tiktok (DouglaBwoy).  As always, we hope you enjoy and if you have any questions or want to appear on the podcast, send us an email at contact@contextculture.uk . We'd love to hear from you! You can also find out more about our mission and our team by checking out our website at www.contextculture.uk - we also have a wealth of free to access resources that will help kickstart your cross-cultural education journey. Finally, please like this episode, follow our stream and rate our podcast so we can keep making content with brilliant guests like the ones you've already heard from. Thank you! ----more---- Find out more about Context Our Website Our Instagram Our Facebook Our Twitter
This week, we ask questions of heritage, identity and history with Djamil Ninsoo - a Dougla influencer who has dedicated the past year to spreading awareness around Dougla history in Jamaica. We absolutely loved chatting with Djamil and know you'll want to hear more from him, so you can find more of the insightful and emotional work by Djamil by following his Instagram (douglabwoy_) or his tiktok (DouglaBwoy).  As always, we hope you enjoy and if you have any questions or want to appear on the podcast, send us an email at contact@contextculture.uk . We'd love to hear from you! You can also find out more about our mission and our team by checking out our website at www.contextculture.uk - we also have a wealth of free to access resources that will help kickstart your cross-cultural education journey. Finally, please like this episode, follow our stream and rate our podcast so we can keep making content with brilliant guests like the ones you've already heard from. Thank you! ----more---- Find out more about Context Our Website Our Instagram Our Facebook Our Twitter
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Birthdate
May 8th, 2000
Location
Manchester, England, United Kingdom
Episode Count
27
Podcast Count
1
Total Airtime
14 hours, 43 minutes
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 019419