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On Friday's 123 Show we're talking about learning Cantonese for students from non-Chinese speaking families. We're joined at 1.30 by Viveik Saigal, the co-founder of HamBaangLaang, which is a community initiative that explores Hong Kong, Cantonese and Asian cultures by storytelling and activities in Cantonese; and Manoj Dhar, the Co-founder and CEO of Integrated Brilliant Education, a local charity that aims to educate and empower students from underprivileged non-Chinese speaking (NCS) communities.
After 2 we're chatting with 'Chewsday' reporter Andrew Dembina for the very last time on the 123 Show, about more global and local food news. We're wrapping up after nine years of the 123 Show today, but don't forget to tune in next Monday, September 5th at 9.30 for "Brunch with Noreen." Joy geen! (Goodbye... for a couple of days, anyway).
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02/09/2022 - Viveik Saigal and Manoj Dhar - Learning Cantonese for students from non-Chinese speaking families
On Tuesday's 123 Show we're talking about the impact of Covid on the deaf community, with masks blocking lip reading. We're chatting with Felix Sze, an Associate Professor from the Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages, and Deputy Director of the Centre for Sign Linguistics and Deaf Studies at the Chinese University; along with Mila Lam, a Sign Bilingual Instructor at SLCO Community Resources; and Jessica Zhao, a sign language interpreter.That's at 1.30. After 2, on this week's Chewsday segment, 123 Show reporter Andrew Dembina interviews Master of Wine Nigel Sneyd, who's worked in wineries across the world and is now Global Director of Wine, Quality and Compliance for Accolade Wines – an international distributor, headquartered in his native country: Australia. After 2.30, Sadie Kaye is back with her skewed take on life in her monthly humour column, "Sharp Pains". This one's called ''Dream On".