The ESEA Echo: Telling and uncovering the story of football’s unsung hero, Frank Soo

Did you know during the 30s and 40s, Frank Soo was the first non-100% White player in the English Football League and first of Chinese descent? There’s little known about his life and legacy, with more being found out. Read my interview with Alan Lau, Founder and Director of The Frank Soo Foundation here.

ESEA Heritage Month: a poem

September is ESEA (East and Southeast Asian) Heritage Month, a time to celebrate and honour ESEA people and communities across the UK, their heritage and cultures and their contributions to British society. That’s why I wrote this poem which is my 100th post on this blog!

Asian Representation and Everything Everywhere All at Once

It’s truly a complex and bizarre film with plenty of nuances and emotion, but “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is more than just a multiversal movie made to boggle the mind. It’s another step forward for Asian representation on the big Hollywood screen, exploring as many multi-faceted Asian diaspora identities as it does multiple universes and the concepts behind them and people.