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Crossing Cultures

Sebas van Aert
Society & CulturePlaces & Travel

Podcast that aims to raise cultural (self-)awareness by having in-depth conversations with people from different countries and cultures

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Latest Episodes

In episode 9, I have Kenneth from Hong Kong visiting me. We talk about what it's like to go from a food paradise to a country with hardly any food culture. We look at the legacy the British have left in Hong Kong, why 1 July 2047 is a very important ... more

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Samba time! After some of you asked me to cover Brazil, I invited the Brazilian Ingrid - who was born in the city of Recife - to discuss the versatility of her country. Ingrid told me that this diversity can be found not only in its natural landscape... more

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2 months ago

In episode seven, I converse with Itoro from Nigeria about the wealth gap within the country and the infamous Nigerian scam. We also shine light on the brighter side of the country by discussing Nigerian’s biggest music genre Afrobeat, which is liste... more

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