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As we continue introducing podcasts from the intercultural communications field, here is the Deep Culture Podcast that “explores the psychological impact of intercultural experiences, informed by the sciences of brain, culture and mind.”
You have not heard from me in a while for good reasons and one of them was that I was busy reading. Generally, I would have coffee or tea with a chosen guest to bring you the long and short of it. This time, I ended up having gallons of tea with a book written by our last chosen guest, David Livermore.
A compelling story about the character Kim Ji-young who faces the difficulties of growing up as a woman and motherhood in Korean society. Ji-young may be fictional, but is presented in the book as a realistic individual representing many women with a similar fate in Korea.