Festival Club | Small Bodies of Water

17 Oct 2021 16:00 - 16:45
IG Live.

Small Bodies of Water is a personal journey that weaves together place, migration, food, family, and the exploration of the water that separates and connects us. Nina Mingya Powles speaks to Laksmi DeNeefe Suardana about growing up between two cultures, from Malaysia to Shanghai, New Zealand to London, and what it means to belong.

(This program is presented in English)

Small Bodies of Water adalah perjalanan pribadi yang menyatukan tempat, migrasi, makanan, keluarga, dan penjelajahan air yang memisahkan dan menghubungkan kita. Nina Mingya Powles berbicara kepada Laksmi DeNeefe Suardana tentang tumbuh di antara dua budaya, dari Malaysia hingga Shanghai, Selandia Baru hingga London, dan apa artinya memiliki.

(Program ini dipersembahkan dalam Bahasa Inggris)


Nina Mingya Powles

Nina Mingya Powles is the Founding Editor of Bitter Melon. She is the author of three poetry collections, including Magnolia, which was shortlisted for both the 2021 Ondaatje Prize and …

Laksmi Deneefe Suardana

Laksmi Deneefe Suardana started the Breakeven campaign to raise awareness for the importance of education, especially for girls, and empowerment. She is currently developing the campaign and working with Yayasan …

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