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Cultural Appropriation: Whose Culture Is It Anyway, and What About Hybridity?

By Sonny Hallett / medium.com
Sep 7, 2017
Cultural Appropriation: Whose Culture Is It Anyway, and What About Hybridity?

Before I start, I’m going to lay my cards on the table: I don’t fit race and ethnicity boxes very well. Whenever I have to fill in one of those diversity questionnaires, I always tick ‘other’ because none of the options really describe me. My dad was born in Tanzania of British and Austrian-Jewish parents (one of whom was born and grew up in India), spent his childhood and adolescence between South Africa and the UK, and is now a China expert who has spent at least half (probably much more) of his adult life in China. My mum was born in Beijing, of Cantonese and Hakka parents who were born and grew up in Singapore and Thailand, respectively. She has spent almost all of her adult life in the UK.

Read the rest of Sonny Hallett's article via her blog on Medium.

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