A new weekly podcast by British Nigerian expats Folahan Sowole and Marie-Louisa Awolaja sheds light on the black expat experience in Hong Kong. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
A new weekly podcast by British Nigerian expats Folahan Sowole and Marie-Louisa Awolaja sheds light on the black expat experience in Hong Kong. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Racism, feeling invisible: podcast on the black experience in Hong Kong, HomeGrown, acts as a guide for expats

  • Weekly podcast HomeGrown was created by two British Nigerian expats who felt there was a lack of resources for black people moving to Hong Kong
  • It covers everything from workplace dynamics to dating and examines how the circumstances of their move and background can affect black expats in different ways

Topic |   Hong Kong expats
A new weekly podcast by British Nigerian expats Folahan Sowole and Marie-Louisa Awolaja sheds light on the black expat experience in Hong Kong. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
A new weekly podcast by British Nigerian expats Folahan Sowole and Marie-Louisa Awolaja sheds light on the black expat experience in Hong Kong. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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