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For all of us here at the station, Fayâ€™s passing is an immeasurable loss.
In his campaign last year, President Donald Trump vowed to repeal and replace Obamacare - the hallmark social welfare policy left by Obama. Trump has made it his mission to fulfill that promise before his 100-day mark.However, this Saturday, is that 100-day deadline. And the bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, has not even made it through the US House of Representatives for voting. In an unforeseen turn of events, the House Republican retracted their bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act due to internal policy disputes.Today on Current Affairs, in honoring President Trump’s 100th day in the office, we look back at the disputes surrounding the motion to repeal Obamacare.This is a report by Emir Zainul.
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In the past few months, Myanmar saw its first by-elections since it began transitioning to democracy a year ago. But it also witnessed the assassination of leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s top advisor and continued conflict in ethnic minority areas. Earlier this month, the international community was shocked by Suu Kyi’s comment that the Rohingya crisis cannot be called an “ethnic cleansing” and as she admits that the pace of change has been slow.Today on Current Affairs, we explore the latest developments in Myanmar as well as challenges ahead.This is a report by Tan Zhai Yun.
Nine of the eleven states in peninsula Malaysia are headed by royalties with long intertwining histories. Najib Ariffin, an architect whose work required him to travel to various states and learn the history behind our royal families, gives us a brief survey of events that spans more than a thousand years. He is also behind the Nusantara Academy of Development, Geo-cultures and Ethnolinguistics.
In the course of a discussion on music by young people and music education for young people, specific attention fell on finding the right teachers and institutions. The present climate is such that parents--for whatever reasons--are pushing their young offspring into this discipline. The demand for music education is higher than it has been, and to meet this need, less that desirable instructors and institutions are raising their heads.