Salman Rushdie notes that the diasporic identity is “plural and partial” – sometimes we straddle two cultures, and other times, we fall between two stools. What does it mean to be both? What could it mean to stand on the hyphen that connects and separates; to build a self within interstitial space? Join LIMINAL as we explore this idea through poetry.
With Rachel Ang, Heather Joan Day, Peo Michie, Darlene Silva Soberano and Jessie Tu
Hosted by Leah Jing
This event is produced in collaboration with LIMINAL.