Category: Channel Empathy
A collaboration between The Everyday People and three visually-impaired individuals from Etch Empathy, Channel Empathy is a podcast series that aims to shed light on the marginalised in Singapore.
We’d like to thank Fundación Repsol for sponsoring the seed funding to kickstart this project, and we hope you’ll enjoy listening to these stories of those who are rarely heard. And remember, this world can always do with a little more kindness and empathy.
The boys of Channel Empathy talk about their fun experience watching the brilliant movie at the theatres and share their thoughts about the awesome soundtrack and poignant storyline.
Our second audio engineer discusses her rollercoaster of a life, from her emotional rock-bottom after losing her mother, to her motivations for travelling the world.
Episode 02: Zahier on Losing His Vision at 19, Transitioning into an Adult and Love at “First Sight”
Our audio engineer discusses his loss of eyesight right before his twenties, his love for music and status as a one-man-band, plus the romantic tale of his love found at “first sight”…
Episode 01: Joshua Tseng on His Experiences with Degenerative Eyesight, Tumbling Down Lecture Halls & Blind Studying
On Channel Empathy’s maiden voyage, Arman Shah interviews his podcast co-host Joshua Tseng, the charming 19-year-old who was born with congenital glaucoma.
Proudly presented by Etch Empathy and The Everyday People, this Prelude episode introduces you to Channel Empathy, a brand new podcast that sheds light on the marginalised in Singapore.