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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
Our recording session with Colt and Joe was just so good that we HAD to release a third part! Throughout the past 2 parts, we've spoken about how complicated identity can be, how common interests like sports can act as "passports" to getting to know others around the world and how sometimes our view of history is jaded by the information we've been given (or haven't been given) in school. In this episode, we bring all of this together to ask the key question, "how do we adapt?". This question has confused cross-cultural researchers for years and we hope to provide a bit of clarity around some of the ways you might go about succeeding in this difficult task! As a quick reminder, Colt and Joe are two martial arts specialists who have travelled across the world to practice their craft. 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
In our quest to get some of the "coolest" people on our podcast, this week, hosts Yuchen and Stewart interviewed Deana - the host of an Arabic radio show based out of London. The conversation with Deana meanders across a variety of heartfelt topics that take root in important topics such as identity, respect and a reflection of the events in Atlanta on March 18th.  Deana leads the discussion by telling us what culture means to her and what 2020 was for her in one word. Spoilers - it was eye-opening! We then move on to an emotional reflection of the Atlanta shooting on March 18 and what it means for Asian-Americans and international students who don't have family in the US. This important section highlights a key discussion that needs to be had between those within the communities spoken about and those that consider themselves "allies". 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
Where are you from? For some, this is a relatively easy question to answer, yet, for others, it's much more complicated. Those who fall into the latter category might like to describe themselves as "Third Culture Kids" and hosts Yuchen and Stewart had the pleasure of sitting down with Megan Norton, who has extensive experience with supporting those who lie in the 'interstitial space between cultures'.   Megan speaks about her experience living in a variety of countries from the US 🇺🇸 to Germany 🇩🇪 to South Korea 🇰🇷 and how these cultural experiences have aided her work in supporting Third Culture Kids and families in global transition. Megan has contributed greatly to the intercultural communication space as a speaker, trainer and writer and it was a pleasure to have her on the show! 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---- Books spoken about in the episode Single, Gay, Christian: A Personal Journey of Faith and Sexual Identity Third Culture Kids 3rd Edition: Growing up among world ----more---- Find out more about Context Our Website Our Instagram Our Facebook Our Twitter
In the last episode with Colt and Joe (two martial arts experts), hosts Yuchen and Stewart quizzed them on their experiences with martial arts and uncovered a bit of the history behind the spread of Judo and Karate. In this episode, we shift gears and focus in on the importance of culture and identity - touching upon how our education shapes our preconceptions of the cultures of others as well as referencing some pretty high-profile studies such as the Milgram experiment. If you're interested in understanding how the education that shaped your identity might have impacted your experiences with those you've met, then this is the episode for you! 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! We hope you feel like part of our Context community by now…but, what is a community? And how do we effectively create a community when most of our life is virtual? On this weeks episode of the Culture Cast, hosts Yuchen and Stewart and joined by Yasmin Wilnis, an expert in international community building.   Yasmin is the founder of a unique startup called the Year of Growth (formerly called the University of Life) which has the mission to support international students in a variety of ways. Whether you’re on campus or at home, the Year of Growth has something for you.   Throughout the episode, Yasmin gives us some really interesting insights into her journey, touching upon the transition from the corporate world to the startup space and how those two different areas carry their own cultural expectations. We also dig in and hear about everyones favourite word for 2020-2021, unpacking them and understanding why words are so important for constructing reality. ----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
The limits of our world lie in what we can (or can't) describe. This is why the study of linguistics is such an important area of research - and this is something Dr Robert Fouser is an expert in! On this weeks episode, hosts Yuchen and Stewart dive in to a discussion on why linguistics is so important, how it can help us understand culture and, most interestingly, the impact it can have on our thoughts. ----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 ----more---- Find out more about Dr Robert J. Fouser Goodreads publication list
The global spread of martial arts has to be one of the most interesting and least understood cultural diffusions of history. How could such a complex and physical art-form that started in so many different ways across the globe come to meld and fuse to birth the household names of Karate, Judo etc that we know today? On this episode, Colt and Joe (two martial arts experts) take us through their experiences with Judo - giving us perspective on the history of the sport, how that history intersects with other martial arts like Karate and how they see it being useful as a social tool for connecting with others. 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
When thinking about cultures that we expect to interact with that aren't our own, the term "culture shock" comes to mind. But what does this term actually mean and when do we feel it the most strongly? This week our special guest is Reese - a long-time friend of Yuchen with some hilarious stories about their time in China together. Along with helping us understand their experience with culture shock, Reese and Yuchen also give a deep and wonderful insight into Chinese culture in the form of a story with a few twists and turns! 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
Part 2 with Ed jumps straight in to talk about: Research into cross-cultural perceptions Therapy around the world Giving advice across cultures Cultural appropriation Link to the images spoken about: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1M7n87VsSequqorKe5J3Rgn_oukyCVxTM/view?usp=sharing Ed is the podcast host of A Need to Read and recently moved from the UK to Bali to continue recording his podcast and training in martial arts. Throughout his experience, he has amassed a significant online following of avid readers and is personally responsible for vastly increasing his followers' personal libraries. 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 Ed and A Need to Read Apple podcasts Spotify Instagram ----more---- Find out more about Context Our Website Our Instagram Our Facebook Our Twitter
In the last episode with Dr Fouser, hosts Yuchen and Stewart tried to get to grips with Korean architecture, specifically the cultural and social relevance of the Hanok (한옥) - a traditional building that is highly representative of the Korean mindset. In this episode, we continue our discussion and move on to talk about our yards, how we heat our homes, and the Korean equivalent of Feng shui. ----more---- If you're looking to follow along with visuals, all images can be found here with timecodes below! 00:00 - 01:08 - Intro to the series 01:08 - 03:34 - Recap of last episode 03:34 - 08:30 - Thinking about our 'yards' and heating (Picture 1 & 2) 08:30 - 15:05 - Feng shui / Pengsu and positive/negative space (Picture 3) 15:05 - 18:02 - Understanding generational differences and preservation 18:02 - 21:01 - External construction and interior design laws 21:01 - 22:42 - Outro ----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 ----more---- Find out more about Dr Robert J. Fouser Goodreads publication list
Korean architecture might not initially seem like the most effective lens to learn about culture, but just listen to this podcast and see for yourself! In this episode, hosts Yuchen and Stewart interview Dr Robert J. Fouser, an expert in Korean architecture with a specific focus on the cultural and social relevance of the Hanok (한옥). Dr Fouser has self-published a number of books with a large amount of them being written in Korean (not his native language!) ----more---- If you're looking to follow along with visuals, all images can be found here with timecodes below! 00:00 - 02:38 - Intro to the series and the hosts 02:38 - 05:21 - Intro to Dr Robert J. Fouser (Picture 1 of Dr Robert J. Fouser, Picture 2 of Dr Fouser teaching Korean) 05:21 - 07: 56 - How Yuchen met Dr Fouser 07:56 - 12:52 - Introduction to the Hanok including the history and the preservation (Pictures 3 - 5) 12:52 - 18:27 - How traditional Korean architecture is representative of the Korean mindset 18:27 - 21:31 - Comparison of the Hanok across other, similar, buildings across South East Asia and the development of these properties (Picture 6) 21:31 - 26:25 - How governments have balanced preservation and development - with reference to development in European cities 26:25 - 30:46 - Development in capitals and former capitals 30:46 - 34:00 - Does the Hanok actually challenge what buildings are for? 34:00 - 36:14 - Development during the Beijing olympics and architectural progress 36:14 - 37:58 - Outro ----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 ----more---- Find out more about Dr Robert J. Fouser Goodreads publication list
It's no question how important it is to read. But if you're like anything like us, you'll find the most obscure excuses that mean you can get on with something more "important".  "It's just one more episode" "But I really should get this work done" And many more! Our guest today talks to us about the importance of reading, as well as how we can use books as a tool to better understand people from different backgrounds to our own, and the perspectives they hold. We focus on questions such as: - What does it mean to be a good person? - How can the meaning of books get lost in translation? - How does our culture impact the way we see the world? Ed is the podcast host of A Need to Read and recently moved from the UK to Bali to continue recording his podcast and training in martial arts. Throughout his experience, he has amassed a significant online following of avid readers and is personally responsible for vastly increasing his followers' personal libraries. 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----Books mentioned in this episode: The Analects - Confucius Tao Te Ching - Lao Tzu The Tao of Pooh - Benjamin Hoff How to Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie Chasing the scream - Johann Hari Turtles all the way down - John Green Utopia for Realists - Rutger Bregman ----more----Find out more about Ed and A Need to Read Apple podcasts Spotify Instagram ----more---- Find out more about Context Our Website Our Instagram Our Facebook Our Twitter
A lot of us dream of being bilingual. Something about being able to live, think, perceive and enjoy the world in another language is an extremely appealing idea! So what actually is it like to be bi(or more)lingual? How does a new vocabulary shape our perceptions of the world around us as well as ourselves?   In this episode, we speak with Nicole, a freelance translator from Beijing, China. Nicole not only speaks brilliant English, but also has a keen grasp on other South East Asian languages that have allowed her to explore and make connections across the globe.   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!
New lockdown restrictions in the UK, global travel bans and a halting of education in the majority of Western European, North American and South American countries. Studying abroad (or even leaving your house for that matter) can feel like a far-away experience, but Zaim is here to remind us of what studying abroad can feel like, along with the challenges you're likely to face on the way.   Zaim is a current undergraduate at Lancaster University who moved from Malaysia, his home country, after his high-school years and as a result of attending an international college. Education isn't his only focus, however, and he is currently in the midsts of directing his first film production to be shown at the Malaysian Student Film Festival in March.    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!
Hello, hello, hello! Welcome to the Culture Cast!   This series has been produced with one goal in mind, to increase the baseline of cross-cultural competence across the globe. How do we do this? Well, we bring on guests from a variety of backgrounds - from students to consultants, and ask them to share insights on their experiences interacting with individuals from different cultural backgrounds than their own.   Each episode should give you a deeper insight into the culture of our guests, as well as your own culture and outlook on the world. We hope you enjoy the show and would love to hear from you! Our email is contact@contextculture.uk
Welcome to 2021, we told you we'd still be here with you! Today we have an episode that was recorded last year (2020 that is) between co-hosts Yuchen and Stewart, along with their special guest of the day - Cheryl Li. Cheryl is a 3rd year British born Chinese biomedical science student from UCL who has had a significant variety of international experiences.   In this episode, we talk about Cheryl's upbringing as someone from China living in the UK, her perception of relationships with those back in China, her experience with different cultural groups and much more. If you're interested in studying in the UK, getting perspective on a cultural group different than your own or learning about how you might bridge the gap between your culture and others - this is the episode for you!   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!
The Culture Cast Christmas special!   In this episode, we hear from Joyce and Ben Long who are avid travellers from the United States. Their travels have taken them all across Asia - most notably to Singapore where they lived for over 16 years!   In this episode, we talk about their decision to move to Singapore, what it meant for their family, how it changed their perceptions of the US and how they dealt with the many changes both leaving for Singapore and coming back home!   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!
Part 2 with Rudy focuses in on cultural understanding, building from our first discussion on anthropology in part 1! We talk about the good, the bad and the ugly; with special emphasis on the extremely negative and harmful effects of the fetishisation/erasure of culture.   Rudy is a recent college graduate with a double major in Political Science and Anthropology. Throughout his college experience, he has had a wealth of experience learning about culture from a global perspective, supplementing his learning with experiences abroad.   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!
What is a stereotype? Can we have positive as well as negative stereotypes? How can we inspire the next generation to be more culturally open-minded? These and more questions get answered with our incredible episode with Devika Sharma, one of the fantastic UI/UX developers who make Context happen!   Devika is a recent graduate from Lancaster University who also lives in India - taking the time to study abroad in the UK during term-time. Devika knows the meaning of impact work and has worked on a variety of social-cause projects during her time at Lancaster University and whilst doing her Masters!   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!
Have you ever listened to a song? Weird question, right? Well, following on from that, if you have listened to a song - did you ever think of the culture of the person behind that song? Either way, this weeks episode will give you a crash course education in the importance of understanding the background of those who write your favourite music, and we have Dennis; an expert in this space, to guide us!   Dennis has been a musician almost all his life and has come from Hong Kong to study at the University of Iowa in the US. During this time, he has been refining his craft and has won a whole host of competitions as a result of his fantastic musical ability!   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!
Episode 3 has arrived, and this time hosts Yuchen and Stewart are interviewing a special guest - Rudy Schoenecker! Rudy is an expert in the area of anthropology and has some tips on how to cultivate an anthropological mindset, why you should study anthropology and how it's applied to general life. If you like the TV series, bones, you'll love this episode with Rudy.   Rudy is a recent college graduate with a double major in Political Science and Anthropology. Throughout his college experience, he has had a wealth of experience learning about culture from a global perspective, supplementing his learning with experiences abroad.   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!
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Context Culture
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Started
Aug 30th, 2020
Latest Episode
May 8th, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
27
Avg. Episode Length
33 minutes
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No
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Language
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