Listen: India, Sweden, Hong Kong discussed on Radio Specials
"Constipation. As you can tell my Cup just overflow with with identity, and I find that. It's a Cup that nobody wants to drink out of there's just too much going on. But I am of course, very much Chinese ethnically. I am one hundred percent Chinese culturally a bit from everywhere. My dad he is from Hong Kong. So we have a Chinese culture. And then I grew up in Sweden. So I have the Swedish culture, and then I have my mother she is also at Chinese, but she was born and raised in India. So she's like me but in India. So I grew up with a lot of Indian culture as a kid as well. And my mother all of her family. They spoke Hindi, and when I grow up, and so as a kid I sort of picked that up and as a child I spoke a bit of Hindi, and they also spoke as Swedish and English with a really thick Indian accent as well as a child I picked that up and I spoke Swedish in English with a really thick Indian accent. So anybody who didn't know our family? We just looked super racist. Walking around just being like not gonna do the accent. Comic. But I have however been here now on your British yours for a few years. I've lived in London for about six years, and I feel like I'm becoming more and more British and picking up your ways. Like, for instance, if today doesn't go as well, as I hope I'll just internalize all my feelings about it never address it and take it to my grave.."