Is freedom a panacea, or an overrated Western value?
How much do Asian bodies and Asian lives figure in the minds and consciences of people in the West, of Asian leaders, and to each other?
Who will stand with us?
Who will care?
When the stench of the tear gas fades away and the baton charge subsides, what will we see on our small screen and what will survive?
Produced by Papergang Theatre, this collaboration between Julia Cheng, Daniel York Loh, performance artist enxi, director Kim Pearce, sound designer Nicola Chang and lighting designer Simisola Majekodunmi is a powerful blend of poetry, spoken word and dance.
The piece is followed by a panel discussion on images of East Asian political resistance.
Presented as part of CAN Festival 2020.
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