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Alan Chua, Executive VP and Portfolio Manager at Templeton Global Equity Group, Singapore talks about his outlook for2014 and recommended strategy. He tells us why he's keen on pharmaceuticals, biotech and financials, as well as which ones.
One is known as the Godfather of Malaysian comedy, and the other is part of the MACC... Funnymen Harith Iskander and Kuah Jenhan give us a teaser of what's in store for comedy show Lawak Ke Der 3, which has come a long way from YouTube to Istana Budaya.
YB Senator Datuk Paul Low, Former President of Transparency International and currently the Minister in the Prime Minister's Department in charge of Governance and Integrity, discusses his transition from the private sector into fighting corrption, his work at Transparency International Malaysia, and his current work in the PM's Department.
Voluntourism is the current practice of young people coming from first world countries to volunteer in third world nations - often paying large amounts of money to do so, but in the process probably doing more harm than good. Journalist and travel writer Martin Stevenson, who is the author of the book 'More Than Footprints? How Backpacking Lost Its Way' is with us today to explain what it is all about.
Transparency International's Global Corruption Barometer 2012 noted that only 31% Malaysians believe that the Government is effective in fighting corruption, compared to 49% in 2011. Are Malaysians losing hope? On the eve of newest results from the Corruption Perception Index, MACC Chief Commissioner Tan Sri Abu Kassim Mohamed speaks about the paradoxical relationship between the success of battling corruption and the increased perception of corruption. We also ask him about the Auditor-General's Report and political pressures on civil servants.