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p(first). Check out whats been happening in Penrith at the weekly Mondo youth gathering! Produced by the crew of the Nepean Youth Channel, a crew of young people from Penrith ...

p(first). Check out whats been happening in Penrith at the weekly Mondo youth gathering!

Produced by the crew of the Nepean Youth Channel, a crew of young people from Penrith and surrounding suburbs.

The Nepean Youth Channel was initiated through CuriousWorks Community Program in partnership with Substance.org.

This project is supported by the Australian Government.

For more info and to check out more videos, head to nepeanyouthchannel.org

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A sneak peak trailer for a CuriousWorks documentary in production looking at the life of boxer and Redfern community elder, Pastor Richard Phillips and the next generation of Aboriginal boxers. ...

A sneak peak trailer for a CuriousWorks documentary in production looking at the life of boxer and Redfern community elder, Pastor Richard Phillips and the next generation of Aboriginal boxers.

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p(first). This video shares some of the experience from the You Are Here screening at Liverpool City Library on the 1st & 2nd of November. Shot by Guido Gonzalez & ...

p(first). This video shares some of the experience from the You Are Here screening at Liverpool City Library on the 1st & 2nd of November.

Shot by Guido Gonzalez & Saif Jari
Edited by Saif Jari

You Are Here is a CuriousWorks initiative in partnership with
Liverpool City Council
Liverpool Migrant Resource Centre
The Street University
Liverpool City Library

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

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How do you cook your rice? 9/10* Anglo Australians do it incorrectly.Let Ama and Chan show you how to cook rice properly; after all, ifthere’s one thing Asians and Africans ...

How do you cook your rice? 9/10* Anglo Australians do it incorrectly.
Let Ama and Chan show you how to cook rice properly; after all, if
there’s one thing Asians and Africans know, its rice. You’ll be surprised
how simple it is.

*Made up statistic

CuriousWorks presents
Ama & Chan’s Kitchen Rescue Episode 1 – Fluffy White Rice

Series Credits
Series Creators: Alan Lao, Effie Nkrumah and Eleanor Winkler
Cast
Chan – Alan Lao
Ama – Effie Nkrumah
Producer – Eleanor Winkler
Director – Alan Lao
Director of Photography – Guido Gonzalez
Editors – Mark Taylor, Ryan Peters, Alan Lao and Shakthi Sivanathan
Sound – Saif Jari and Antonia Gauci
Script Supervisor and Production Assistant – Farrha Khan
Location Manager – Maria Gonzalez
Production music from Audio Network:
“Fast Eddie” by Paul Mottram
“Busy Body” by Jeremy Sherman
“Bejin Love” by Christophe Goze
Animation by Michael Glasswell and Eddie Hoyle
Filmed on location at Denham Court

Ama & Chan’s Kitchen Rescue series is part of The Stories Project initiative
Learn more about The Stories Project at thestoriesproject.com.au/

The Stories Project
Creative Director: Shakthidharan
Producer: Eleanor Winkler
Mentors: Elias Nohra & Mark Taylor
The Stories Project is presented by CuriousWorks.

Series Produced by CuriousWorks and Matta Media
Learn more about CuriousWorks at curiousworks.com.au/

Series based on characters created by Alan Lao and Effie Nkrumah, as seen in their ground breaking theatre performance Ama and Chan, produced by Urban Theatre Projects.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Cast: CuriousWorks

Tags: ama and chan kitchen rescue , ama and chan , kitchen rescue , stupid people , asian humour , african humour , curiousworks , matta media , don’t be stupid , cooking show , cooking , funny video , funny asian video and funny african video

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Would a carrot stick make you full? Don’t think so, it’s really hard forvegetarians these days, with the new varieties of meat and all. Amaand Chan attempt to make a ...

Would a carrot stick make you full? Don’t think so, it’s really hard for
vegetarians these days, with the new varieties of meat and all. Ama
and Chan attempt to make a meal fit for a carnivorous king and his
weaker vegetarian brother.

CuriousWorks presents
Ama & Chan’s Kitchen Rescue Episode 2 – Can’t Believe It’s Not Meat

Series Credits
Series Creators: Alan Lao, Effie Nkrumah and Eleanor Winkler
Cast
Chan – Alan Lao
Ama – Effie Nkrumah
Producer – Eleanor Winkler
Director – Alan Lao
Director of Photography – Guido Gonzalez
Editors – Mark Taylor, Ryan Peters, Alan Lao and Shakthi Sivanathan
Sound – Saif Jari and Antonia Gauci
Script Supervisor and Production Assistant – Farrha Khan
Location Manager – Maria Gonzalez
Production music from Audio Network:
“Fast Eddie” by Paul Mottram
“Busy Body” by Jeremy Sherman
“Bejin Love” by Christophe Goze
Animation by Michael Glasswell and Eddie Hoyle
Filmed on location at Denham Court

Ama & Chan’s Kitchen Rescue series is part of The Stories Project initiative
Learn more about The Stories Project at thestoriesproject.com.au/

The Stories Project
Creative Director: Shakthidharan
Producer: Eleanor Winkler
Mentors: Elias Nohra & Mark Taylor
The Stories Project is presented by CuriousWorks.

Series Produced by CuriousWorks and Matta Media
Learn more about CuriousWorks at curiousworks.com.au/

Series based on characters created by Alan Lao and Effie Nkrumah, as seen in their ground breaking theatre performance Ama and Chan, produced by Urban Theatre Projects.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Cast: CuriousWorks

Tags: ama and chan , kitchen rescue , stupid people , asian humour , african humour , curiousworks , matta media , don’t be stupid , cooking show , cooking , funny video , funny asian video and funny african video