– „There are so many events happening!“
– – „YUP! Here’s another one to add to your FOMO!“

DONATION based workshop
Asian Community welcome
No reservation necessary. We will make sure there is space for everyone. If BPOC who are not of Asian descent would like to join, priority will be given to people of Asian descent as this space is created for them.

Since 2018, the Asian community in Germany has considerably strengthened and become more connected. If you’d like to get more involved and informed about what’s happening and where we’re headed, please come along. Eye to Eye workshop facilitators Vicky Truong and Sarah Naqvi would like to invite everyone of ASIAN DESCENT to join us here!

We will be discussing how socio-political movements arise and how social media is harnessed.

In association with DAMN (Asian Germans, Make Noise) Group, korientation e.V. and Korea Verband. Thank you to our media partners Diaspor.Asia Podcast and Center for Intersectional Justice.

Eye to Eye workshops do not receive ANY funding and are produced with personal funds and donations. Vicky and Sarah are working on them voluntarily. If you would like to support the project monetarily, please get in touch.

We realise that this space has its limitations.
Most of the workshop will be conducted in English, but Sarah will happily aid with German. Please get in contact if you’d like to offer whisper-translation in other languages.
We hope that we can provide a comfortable space for clarifying any terminology. Don’t hesitate to ask!
As always, please be mindful of gender-inclusive language.

Venue: Aquarium am Südblock (Skalitzer Str. 6, 10999 Berlin)
The venue is wheelchair accessible!


ASIAN FOOD – more than just a mouth orgasm
Let’s get together to share our favourite snacks/dishes with one another!

👁to Eye workshop 👁
🧧Donation based
Asian diaspora only ✌️

When migration occurs, one may have to adopt a new language, way of dressing, way of being, and many other aspects in order to assimilate. But food, well, the Asian diaspora ain’t letting that goodness go nowhere! Food is one of the only ways migrants connect to their cultures, ancestry and homelands.

During the workshop, we will explore, share, discuss, connect and heal with food. We will look at our food from different perspectives: food both as a political issue and as self preservation. Taking into consideration that ‚we are what we eat‘ how powerful could it be to change the relationship to our food?

Food and eating habits/rituals will help us to navigate our confrontation with identity. Given that food is an essential player, that touches many places in our lives, it becomes a powerful tool to connect us to our driving forces such as our emotions and memories.

We ask participants to bring a favourite dish/snack/ingredient they would like to share with the community and its bellies. It doesn’t have to be home made. It just has to mean something to you.

Korea Verband have been kind enough to offer their space for this workshop! It’s a beautiful location and will be showcasing their new exhibition! We want to create a more intimate setting and spots are limited. Please RSVP!

Sarah Naqvi and Vicky Truong have been discussing the next few workshops and are very excited to share their work with the Asian diaspora. As they are still to attain funding, they are doing this work voluntarily. If you want to make a donation to cover costs, please get in touch with them!

In cooperation with DAMN (Asian Germans, Make Noise) Group.

Venue: Korea Verband (Quitzowstr. 103, 10551 Berlin)


ENTRY: Donation based – between 2 to 5 euros (whatever you can afford)
For people of Asian descent.

“CHING CHONG. KONICHIWA. NIHAAAOOOOO.” (Ridiculing with eyes pulled back)
“Asian eyes are so beautiful.”
“all y’all look alike.”
“Same same.”
“oh, so you’re not a real Asian”

Let’s talk race and intersectionality

The shape of their eyes, nose, mouth, ears, body?
The texture and shade of one’s skin?
The way one speaks?

Well, apparently it’s not for “Asian” people to define

This workshop will be led by Vicky Truong who hosted the first session during the WE ARE NOT SAME SAME festival. The space aims to be “safer” and we ask that people who are not of Asian descent please not attend. Because, I mean, it’s like someone who’s not pregnant wanting to attend a birth giving workshop because they’re intrigued or want to just listen and learn; or even maybe insert their own inexperienced opinions. LOL, could you imagine.

The workshop’s aims are to provide a space for knowledge, healing, connection and empowerment.

This workshop cannot deny limitations to inclusivity. It will be in English (hopefully with translation provided), but will use gender inclusive language. It is wheelchair accessible.

Doors open at 18:30
Workshop will be for about 2 hours with a break.
We will have the space for 3-4 hours.
Hope to see y’all there

Venue: Aquarium am Südblock (Skalitzer Str. 6, 10999 Berlin)