Archive of my guest DJ’ed set on Taiwan’s street music on KChung Radio: nakashi, niange／唸歌 (folktale songs), light music／輕音樂, field recordings
AboutWendy Hsu writes here to reflect on her fascination with music from continental to diasporic Asia and broadly, the intersection among ethnography, technology, performance, and community arts organizing.
- Map as art? RT @UCLA_DH: Tool: Create your own map with @stamen's Map Stack http://t.co/fyWRu0lztZ #GIS 11:52:42 AM June 11, 2013 from TweetDeck ReplyRetweetFavorite
- exchanging notes with a Korea musicologist colleague about versions of an enka song recorded in Taiwan & Korea, 2 former colonies of Japan. 11:50:03 AM June 11, 2013 from TweetDeck ReplyRetweetFavorite
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