The man who established The Malaysia Book of Records, Tan Sri Danny Ooi is a strong proponent of instilling the spirit of achievement and excellence among Malaysians. He also founded Ms. Tourism International, a franchise that over 80 countries now participate in. Everyone deserves a chance to have their story told, and having worked to develop these platforms to showcase the unique talents and endeavours of the everyday people, Tan Sri Danny Ooi now joins us to tell the story of his dreams and aspirations.
In the world of startups, the tech industry leads the way in producing companies that can achieve almost instantaneous success. We venture into the Silicon Valley to speak to one such company, Kiip. Kiip first began as a mobile advertising solution to reward users for their virtual achievements. They’ve since innovated and expanded beyond the mobile platform to provide these rewards to over 20 countries around the world. Brian Wong, the founder and CEO joins us to share the story of Kiip as well as his experience as one of Silicon Valley’s youngest and brightest.
Thousands of Rohingya and Bangladeshi migrants have been adrift in the Andaman Sea for over a week, starving, dehydrated and in desperate condition. Unlike the Bangladeshis who are escaping poverty, the Rohingyas are fleeing persecution in what they regard their home, the Western Myanmar state of Rakhine. Today, we explore the conditions that have led Rohingyas to risk their lives in search of a better future.This is a report by Sharyl Kaur and Sherilyn Goh.
Not many childhood dreams can be realized, but Kevin Hoong got to live his dream of staying in a treehouse. We join Kevin as he experiences Chiang Mai a little above ground level.
On tonight's show we invited the winner of season 2 'So You Think You can Dance?' onto the show; Cecilia Yong. We had a lot of fun talking about how she got into dancing, how important having the right partner is, and what it's like to dance in 6 inch heels. We're waiting for David to try it so we can upload a video... For the record Cecilia scored 13 in Smartypants!
A stray dog shot with two arrows and kittens sealed in a jar. These are not fictional horror stories, but actual incidents that happened here in Malaysia. There has been a rise in reported cases of animal cruelty in recent years around Selangor, with 530 cases reported last year. On today's Live and Learn, Lorna Fisher, Chief Operations Manager from the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, or SPCA Selangor, talks about the organization's work and whether there is a need for an Animal Welfare law in Malaysia.