小明拆台/Ming Strike’s A-Log (Eng. sub) Gasp-C

25th February 2021

Ming Strike (小明拆台) is a podcast about current events and challenges in performing arts through the eye of Asian art practitioners living in the UK. They will present three episodes with English subtitles, released on 25th February, 18th March and 1st April.

About

Ming Strike (小明拆台) is a podcast about current events and challenges in performing arts through the eye of Asian art practitioners living in the UK.

Initiated by GASP-C in May 2020, Ming Strike has presented twelve episodes to date. Ming Strike is currently broadcast in Mandarin Chinese and has reached audiences in mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, UK, US, Europe and beyond. Visit our site: mingstrike.fireside.fm

A-Log is a subsection of our podcast, providing an immersive experience by our audio documentary of performance events. ‘A-log’ echoes the popular form of V-log, and is a blog in the form of audio presented in first person perspective.

Between February and April, Ming Strike will present three episodes with English subtitles, hoping the non-Mandarin speaking audience can also virtually travel with our podcast hosts and experience live performances.

Ming Strike will be taking you to:
1. The Night of Xu Xian – Legend of White Snake, a site-specific performance in Taitung Fringe Festival (Releasing on Feb 25)
2. Acid House: Parallel Exhibition Tour of Taiwan Biennale (Releasing on Mar 18)
3. Performance Vidéothèque: London International Mime Festival 2021 (Releasing on Apr 1)

 

Details

Gasp-C

Gasp-C

Gasp-C (Golden arches & silver pan Chinese) is a not-so-old pan-Chinese performance group based in the UK. It consists of four members, BURONG, Howl Yuan, Mengting Zhuo and Zhiyue Hu, and they come together with a collective intention to challenge and play with the representation of ‘Chineseness’.

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