Wednesday, May 25, 2011 | Categories: Q Blog |
In a recent New York Times Magazine, cultural critic Dan Kois admitted: "As I get older, I find I'm suffering from a kind of culture fatigue and have less interest in eating my cultural vegetables, no matter how good they may be for me." And by eschewing healthy but (to some) hard-to-choke-down cultural offerings -- he sparked an onslaught of reactions. Jian talked to Dan Kois about his new (somewhat shame-tinged) cultural diet on today's show, and now it's over to you... Should we be pushing ourselves to consume culture we don't like but know are good for us?
Have you given up on eating your cultural vegetables? Spill the beans here on the high-fibre film, TV, books, music and more that you just can't choke down any more. Or make your case for cultural veganism!