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Through this discussion, we hope to shed light on some of the key issues, why it can prove to upset, and most importantly, to offer steps that you can take to treat stories from other cultures with respect, thereby reducing the risk of unintentional offense, while demonstrating to your audience the importance of another culture.n people, as well as ethnic minorities, have often been stolen, suppressed or misrepresented by colonizers, majority governments, or writers who interpret these rich cultural stories through the prism of their own culture. We have invited five tellers to sit on the panel and share their experience and suggestions for best practice: Hears Crow (USA) Norman Perrin (Canada), Jo Henwood (whose article on this topic we shared in the last Platter) and Lilli Rodrigues-Pang (both from Australia) and Richard Dian Vilar (Philippines). We encourage all FEAST members to register for this program, given the diversity of cultures that we embrace as an organisation

The Federation of Asian Storytellers Ltd is a non-profit company incorporated
in Singapore in June 2018.

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