So, 3.Mai, 23:00 auf reboot.fm und 88,4 MHz im Berliner Raum

This is a show with and about migrant domestic workers in Hongkong. It´s a show about a sundays in the park, about life and work, about injustice, solidarity, empowerment, friendship and fighting together.  It´s a show about forced migration, about complex relations, about economy and racism, and about weird causalities and interactions between different people and protests.

Tonight about reasons to come here, feelings about being here, about political strategies and communication between migrant domestic workers and locals and their sometimes empowering, sometimes confusing results.
You can listen to Part 1 on sissifm.tumblr.com

With: Sonia Bullong from the Asia Pacific Migrants Mission, Baneng Mendez from the Cordillera Peoples Alliance Hongkong, Sring from the Indonesian Migrant Workers Union, Rendy Warsiating from the Association of indonesian Migrant workers, Rose and Diane from the Sadanga Organisation, Nica from the Kalinga Organisation, Ip Fish from the  International Domestic Workers Federation, Betty Buaken, Margie Widwidan, Ramon/APPM  and Ah Fei and the voices of many women on Chater Road, in Kowloon Park, in Victoria Park, in the splash swim school and on the bus.