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Jeremy Sim

Jeremy Sim, a passionate dancer, desperately wants to find his own path in life but feels held back by an obligation to take over his family's Asian supermarket business. A new salsa challenge may be just what he needs to find the courage to confront his parents about his future hopes and dreams.

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David Correos

Filipino-Kiwi David Correos just won New Zealand’s most prestigious comedy award, The Billy T. Now he wants to shake up his routine to incorporate more stories from his culture, but will he be able to create a winning routine that doesn’t involve him taking off his clothes?

Abby Sturgin

Miss World New Zealand finalist Abby Stugin seeks a deeper connection with her Laos heritage, but has always felt rejected by the community. Can she find the connection she craves to allow her the confidence required to win Miss World?

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Ali Thair

Iraqi migrant Ali is frustrated with the stereotype of Arabs as terrorists and sets out to create a photography series that will challenge the Kiwi public to look beyond the headlines and to the real people inside the Islamic faith.

Mukuka Musowa

Zambian songstress Mukuka Musowa feels isolated from her cultural identity. Can she reconnect and find the confidence to make herself heard in a crowded and highly competitive music industry?

Simran Sandhu

Simran Sandhu is making a Bollywood film that makes a difference. In her controversial feminist dance film, the lead abandons an arranged marriage in India to pursue her dream of dance in New Zealand. But will her community support her or stand in her way?

Adrorate Mizero

Burundian-Kiwi Adorate Mizero is creating a series of videos to give refugee youth the opportunity to talk honestly about the support systems in place for them. But will she find participants who will openly voice their concerns?

Kartik Swami

Fijian Indian, Kartik Swami overcame a life threatening heart condition to be come a professional wrestler, but if he wants to achieve his next goal of fighting for the WWE, he needs to increase his fan base. Will his Fijian-Indian community get behind him?