We exist to share the stories, lives and experiences of Asians Between Cultures from all around the world.
We believe that these individuals have the context and capacity to engage with people of different backgrounds, cultures and perspectives, and harmoniously navigate the cultural crossroads where east meets west.
So what’s your story?
Have you ever given your cultural circumstance any thought? Or wondered what it would be like if you were raised in or lived in the country your ancestors were from?
Life would be pretty different, huh.
You, my friend, and your situation, is your hidden super power.
Perhaps you’ve had some delightful surprises or received some snarky remarks because of it, but embrace that part of you; it’s only one piece of the complete and intricate puzzle that is you.
Read our Latest Stories:
Australian-born Chinese writer Heidi Tai recently visited her father-in-law’s hometown in Vietnam. Through a personal reflection, Heidi explores the significance of knowing her family history and how seeing their stories with her own eyes has helped to foster gratitude for their sacrifices and to better understand the Eastern values they instilled in her from young.
Happy Lunar New Year! While there’s fun in mixing salad for prosperity and receiving red packets, maybe you’re also feeling overwhelmed by family members badgering you for life updates. If this is you, Joy Li has you covered.
This month we chat to the talented Nicholette C who is making her Perth Fringe Festival debut with a musical account of her journey as an Asian growing up in Australia.
Jocelle Koh, founder of Asian Pop Weekly, talks about her unique passion, how her upbringing and cultural heritage has influenced this, and her thoughts on the influence of Asian pop music around the world.
We had a chance to talk to Asian Creative Network’s founder, Han Ju Seo, about how it started, her personal creative journey, and where ACN is headed next.
K-pop fans never thought that they would hear strong Aussie accents in a popular group, but the time has finally come. K-pop is slowly being integrated into the Australian music scene, partially due to Felix and Bang Chan from Stray Kids.