Meant To Be Eaten
Mukta Das on "heritage-making" in a divided country
A conversation with Mukta Das.
Following her studies of both Chinese and Indian history at SOAS, Mukta Das’s research interests have continued to exist at this intersection of South and East Asian cuisine and culture. Mukta has been following a group of South Asians who have adopted Cantonese cities and culinary identities– and we’re here to talk about the complexities of “heritage making” as an outsider, in a country whose identity is now split.
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