Conversations With My Immigrant Parents is a podcast and video series where immigrant whānau have conversations they normally wouldn’t, crossing barriers of language, generation, and expectation. Co-hosts and producers Saraid de Silva and Julie Zhu travelled Aotearoa meeting families from different countries, sitting in as they spoke to each other about love, disappointment, what home means to them - and where home really is.
"For me, the biggest thing is just to have you as a dad, there all the time."
Hương fell pregnant at 20, but she didn’t know it was twins until it was time to push.
“I started wearing the hijab because I felt proud showing that I was Muslim after 15th of March."
Watch the third episode of Conversations With My Immigrant Parents Season 3 now.
"We are loud and we are proud to be Palestinian.”