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Gurshabad Kang

Gurshabad Kang

Gurshabad’s educational background in Biology and Psychology is inspired by her lifelong pursuit to seek and decipher the human connection. She loves McDonald’s fries, long walks on the beach, and telling people how to correctly pronounce her name. She regularly forces her friends to sit in her car & record a podcast aptly named Sitting In The Car. You can find her but more importantly her dog, @gurshabadkang on all platforms.

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Meet the performers: Ikky, a charismatic producer who melds genres and brings artists together

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An Indian show in English with exceptional writing and talent that portrays divorce in a nuanced way
Arts & culture

20 years of a Bollywood classic: Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham

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Amrit Kaur of “The Sex Lives of College Girls” receives backlash for problematic comments

Some of her comments outside the character’s script haven’t sat right with audiences.

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A roundup of 5 trending stories from the past week that you may have missed.

About 5X Press

Culture, community and conversation. 5X Press is the essential South Asian youth culture magazine in Canada, covering all things arts & culture, trending topics, news, & so much more. We connect our community to one another, and to the world. 5X Press is written and published in Surrey, BC, by a team of 14 writers. Edited by Rumneek Johal.

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