Planting the Seeds of Urban Farming

LAZY SUSAN

I’ve been at university for coming up to four years now, and
during that time one of my most profound realisations is just how much I hate
group work. I will admit, however, that this project we are about to embark on
is one which excites me greatly, and I’m looking forward to sharing it with
you.

So far in the subject BCM320, or “Digital Asia” for those reading along outside the university echo-chamber, I’ve been looking a great deal into auto-ethnography, and ways in which to better understand a culture other than my own. This is done through learning the experiences of another culture as an outsider, or as Ellis et. al. (2011) describe it, “an approach to research and writing that seeks to describe and systematically analyze (graphy) personal experience (auto) in order to understand cultural experience (ethno)”.

Whilst contemplating a topic to explore for the remainder…

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