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Shifting Subjects

Stories from Asian Australian life
Society & CultureArtsDocumentary

Growing up, Lisa Divissi absorbed all sorts of messages about what being ‘Asian’ in Australia might entail from news media, popular culture and the larger zeitgeist. But in her new series, Shifting Subjects, she’s more interested in seeing things for herself. By documenting the Asian Australian stories around her, Lisa sets out to complicate our ideas of who we are, while carefully expanding on a clearer picture of us together.


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5 out of 5 stars from 6 ratings
  • Highly recommend!

    Heartfelt and brilliant. Wonderfully produced. There’s also a super nostalgic quality to the first episode which I can’t quite put my finger on… the stories are beautiful and Lisa’s narration is top-notch. Can’t wait to hear more!

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