May is Asian Heritage Month!
In honour of Asian Heritage Month, Audible.ca is celebrating the leaders, creators, and innovators in the Asian community with stories that are sure to inspire and educate listeners. Asian culture has had an incredible influence on aspects such as fashion, art, wellness, music, literature and more, so it’s important to continue to celebrate and educate ourselves on Asian Heritage’s lasting impact.
To inspire listeners to learn more about Asian Heritage, Audible.ca has curated a list of some of their top Audible.ca titles that highlight Asian voices. From Sophia Chang’s impactful memoir, The Baddest B*tch in the Room, to Souvankham Thammavongsa’s Scotiabank Giller Prize-winning title, How to Pronounce Knife, there is a variety of content for everyone to enjoy.
You can visit Audible.ca’s collection here for more amazing stories from Asian voices, and we’ve also listed some captivating titles down below that you should definitely check out to help keep the conversation going!
For those who love memoirs:
Minor Feelings, Two Trees Make a Forest, Mistakes to Run With,Crying in H Mart, Older Sister. Not Necessarily Related., The Baddest B*tch in the Room (explicit version), The Woo-Woo, We Have Always Been Here
For non-fiction and motivation:
For those who like fiction and literature:
Check out Audible.ca and start listening today!