Both Worlds: Alice Khaw

Sali Namwinga

Nasalifya “Sali” Namwinga is a Zambian New Zealander and spoken word poet. Struggling with the decision to apply for citizenship and not sure whether she’ll ever be accepted as a New Zealander, Sali gets a group of Kiwi Africans together to perform a poem about their experiences with racism in NZ.


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Vicky Ha

Talented chef Vicky Ha ‘The Dumpling Queen’ is opening a restaurant based on her mothers Hong Kong dumpling recipes, but first she must reconnect with her Chinese heritage to make the business a success.

Shezan Aroos

Shezan Aroos hopes that completing the 30 days of fasting during this years Ramadan will help him deepen his connection to the faith that has been shaken by his relaxed Kiwi lifestyle.

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Daniela Brown

Adopted from a Romanian orphanage at three years old, 27-year-old Daniela Brown prepares for an emotionally traumatic return to a country she knows little of, on a mission to give back to other young orphans like herself.



Ghadair Alshemari

Kuwaiti-Kiwi Ghadair “Dee” Alshemari dreams of seeing the catwalks of Paris and London but will her Muslim culture stand in the way of her desire to have the ultimate Kiwi experience, an OE?

Taofia Pelesasa

Samoan/Tokelauan-Kiwi Taofia Pelesasa presents a controversial play to his Tokelauan community that goes against everything they believe in by representing a future in which their island homeland is lost to climate change and submerged forever.

Banding Together Young Africans to Spread Positive Image

21-year-old Zimbabwean-Kiwi Makanaka (Maka) Tuwe is on a mission to radically change New Zealanders’ perceptions of Africans by banding together young Africans to spread a positive image among the media.