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Asian Bitches Down Under

Roughly one in 10 Aussies come from somewhere in Asia, yet when you look at our representation on TV, film, radio and literature, you’d think we were  
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Hey fellow listeners, since moving to a new distributing platform, some earlier episodes are no longer avilable in Apple Podcast and Spotify. In the next few weeks, we will be retunring to the highlights and offer the new listeners a chance to listen to our 'baby episodes' when we first began our journey with Asian Bitches Down Under.


April 2020: Mental health is rarely openly discussed among Asian societies. Why? Does shame and conservative gender roles contribute to this hidden struggle? Jessie and Helen unpack their own experiences and highlight other factors that may be exacerbating this often invisible condition, especially among Asian communities. 

Mental health research and evaluation in multicultural Australia: developing a culture of inclusion
Immigration-Related Factors and Mental Disorders Among Asian Americans 

Mental Health Among Asian-Americans 

Why Asian- American and Pacific Islanders don’t go to therapy  

Asian Americans Are Undergoing a Silent Mental Health Crisis  

Tackling taboos: Young people talk about Asia’s mental health problems 


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