This episode I'm joined by my wonderful friends Komal and Zulakha, to share our experiences of racism we face in Hong Kong on almost a daily basis, whether outwardly or indirectly.
This is one of the most important episodes of the podcast for me so far. I have had many formative experiences dealing with racism almost all my life in Hong Kong, some positive, many negative. It is a personal and vulnerable episode.
My friends Komal and Zulakha very generously offered their voices, experiences, and thoughts on this topic for this episode. We shared a lot with each other in this episode about what we face, how we feel and what we've been through. I think we might have forgotten that we were live and recording a podcast and this all turned into just 3 friends sharing their hearts and minds. It takes an open heart and a mature outlook to be this vulnerable on air about some of the most personal experiences. I cannot thank Komal and Zulakha more for this.
I hope you take something of value from this episode. And if there are your own experiences and thoughts with/on racism that you would like to share, please feel free to share them in the comments or send a message through on the podcast's social media DMs.
Thank you very much for listening!
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