Winner of Smartest Podcast at the Australian Podcast Awards 2021 - this is the written, produced and edited podcast made by and for Asian Australians, because we don’t talk about race and culture enough. We’ll dive into topics where you’ll hear from a range of voices, and we'll bring you stories and thoughts from interesting Aussie Asians, academics and everyday folk so we can question, explore and celebrate what it means to be an Asian in Australia. more
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Welcome home. With a Labor victory at the 2022 federal election, we join the family as they return home to Biloela. It’s a teary, frantic, and joyous reunion for them, but what does this mean for other families like the Nadeslinagams? Is Labor’s elec... more
Everything is riding on the 2022 federal election. The LNP have held firm that the Nadesalingams would not be returning to Biloela, and no special visa would be granted to them, but the Labor Party has made an election promise to return them to Biloe... more
Another deportation attempt is made, but this time, more people are following their story. Supporters drop what they are doing and dash to the airport to help. Campaigners jump the fence and get arrested. Nevertheless, the family are separated and fo... more
As an anglo-Australian who is passionate about racial equality, I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of learning I still had to do when it comes to our Asian-Australian population! The blind-spots I didn’t even know I had were particularly profound moments for me, while listening on my regular drives between Sydney and Canberra for work meetings. more
Jay is able to articulate the feelings of being Asian Australian that you’ve never been able to put into words. So much insight gained from listening to this!
As an individual who was somewhat blind to the topics discussed in this podcast, I’ve found it to be very insightful, and a good listening experience. A good opportunity to grow and learn as a person. :-)
Having stumbled across this podcast, I was pleasantly surprised at how well-researched and incisive the analysis in the food episode was. Although there was the occasional “this is cool” generality, overall the cast avoided vagueness and the cast dissolving into fits of giggles: it’s always lovely to hear people having fun, but hearing constant inarticulate laughter gets annoying.
This podcast is well produced, educational and above all for me - so relatable. I wish there had been something like this for me growing up in QLD in the 80s.
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Shoes Off launched 4 years ago and published 46 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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