This week, we’re sharing more stories produced by Melbourne Uni audio journalism students as part of our special collaboration with the Science Gallery. Each student will be sharing their take on the theme “Breaking The Binary”
In our first story, the obstacles an interfaith couple faces on their journey to marriage.
Produced by Aania Tandon
Supervising Producer: Mell Chun
Next, Qinyuan explores the way K-pop fans are breaking down gender binaries in response to artists who do the same.
Produced by Qinyuan Zhang
Supervising producer: Danni Stewart
Up next is the story of Xiang and her experience being a trans woman living in China.
Warning, this story includes descriptions of transphobia, suicide and sexual assault.
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Produced by Xin Meng.
Supervising Producer Mell Chun
In our next story, June speaks about balancing her Chinese identity and pro-democracy beliefs, inspired by the city of Macau.
Produced by Zhixing Zhang,
Supervising producer Mell Chun
In our final story, Sean investigates the concept of prosocial lying and whether lying is morally wrong or just part of being polite.
Produced by Sean Ruse
Supervising producer: Daniel Semo
All The Best Credits
Production Manager & Host: Danni Stewart
Editorial Manager: Mell Chun
Episode Mix and Compile: Danni Stewart
Social Media Producers: Emma Pham and Anusha Rana
Community and Events Coordinator: Lidiya Josifova