Who knew a simple song could change one’s life forever. Arguably every Malaysian must’ve heard Dato’ Zainal Abidin’s Hijau and with the legacy of the signature tune, our esteemed guest needs no real introduction. Ahead of his 35th anniversary concert, we talk about his long, turbulent journey to superstardom. From being a young trombone player at funerals to the voice we all know and love, the evergreen performer takes us on a journey through his colourful career.
What are the challenges behind designing and researching sales brochures for developers? We find out from Nextdor Property Communications - an integrated communications agency on how to build a successful property brand. We also discuss its Malaysia Biennial 100YC initiative which charts the development and planning out cities for the next 100 years.
A 3-minute video produced by JAKIM on homosexuality has gone viral this week on social media. The video mainly propagates that one's sexual orientation can be reversed with appropriate guidance. JAKIM, at the same time, believes that the LGBT community should not be alienated.BFM dissects how the country’s highest Islamic authority plans to handle non-heterosexual Muslims. This is a report by Wan Irdina.
As soon as our Arthur Tan walked into our studios, Richard’s reign as the chatterbox in the room is already in jeopardy. It’s quite something to out-chat Richard, but the energetic and enthusiastic Master of Ceremonies also founded the popular fashion journal, WeStyleAsia. Armed with a double major in economics and finance, we talk to him about his versatility as an entrepreneur and find out what the future holds for him.
Former Treasury Secretary General Tan Sri Sheriff Mohd Kassim at a recent forum called for the civil service to be downsized. This suggestion has been shot down by The Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services or Cuepacs. Last year, public servants pay totalled RM74 billion with pensions amounting to about RM19 billion. Collectively, these payments formed the biggest portion of government’s operating expenditure. So in the face of the rising cost of living, and a challenging economic climate, naturally, burgeoning remuneration and pensions are easy targets. We’re asking you if you think that’s fair? Do you think we have a bloated civil service?
Program "Gap Year" akan diperkenalkan di lapan universiti awam menjelang hujung tahun ini. "Gap Year" ialah masa rehat yang diambil, sebelum menyambung semula pembelajaran. Bila bercakap tentang pendidikan, ramai di antara kita yang berpendapat, kita perlulah menyelesaikan pembelajaran kita secepat mungkin, untuk bergerak ke fasa hidup yang seterusnya. Adakah konsep “Gap Year” ini akan mendapat sambutan dalam masyarakat Malaysia, yang hidup dalam corak kehidupan yang seragam? Bila Larut Malam akan meneroka subjek ini, melalui perspektif seorang individu yang sedang melalui "gap year”nya pada masa ini.