Please join us for this fascinating talk where Rev. Mark Yan Ying Sum Nam explores the representation of East Asian people in Sci-Fi and the media, and what this teaches us about racism. Mark will bring his insights into conversation with scripture to re-imagine a post-racial Britain for East-Asian diaspora, and how the Church might respond.   Presented by Revd. Mark Yan Ying Sum Nam

 

 

Mark is a British-Born-Chinese Anglican Priest in the Diocese of Bristol and founder of The Teahouse, which increases the visibility and participation of Chinese-heritage clergy in the Church of England. He is a member of the College of Archbishop’s Evangelists and a core member of the COVID-19 Anti-Racism Group who work with the Government to combat hate-crime against East and South-East Asian communities.

Mark was a Pastor in Hong Kong where he lived and worked for over 20 years. He is an occasional lecturer at Trinity College, Emmanuel College, and St. Padarn’s Institute. Mark is a regular contributor to BBC Radio, UCB Radio, The Church Time and writes for Preach Magazine. Mark can be found on Facebook and Twitter as @marknam.

Please contact [email protected] to book your place

 

Wednesday, 22nd June, 2022 7:30-9:00 pm