Who should get to keep secrets, and who should demand to know them? In this hour, TED speakers talk about the damage secrets can do, and the shifting roles we play when we keep, or share them.
Lee Kuan Yew's passing earlier this year was met with sadness and reverence from the Singaporean public. Over five decades, the island state has been shaped by the late premier's vision and aspirations for a country coping after a post-Malaya split. We explore the very personal aspects of Lee Kuan Yew through the eyes of an author whose book is banned on Singaporean shores.Here are the segments of the program: Asia Calling 1 - Child Pornography in PakistanAsia Calling 2 - Temple of Tolerance in IndonesiaLee Kuan Yew - Patriot of the Will This program was produced by Aziff Azuddin, Aisyah Tajuddin, Sharyl Kaur, and Muhammad Haniff Baharudin.
A special movie-themed episode this week as movie critic Aidil joins in the proceedings to discuss feel-good movies, movies that bombed and the representation of rape in cinema & film.
This week, we speak to Malaysian water polo sensation, Alicia Chin. Listen to how this 19 year old law student overcame a blood disorder to help Selangor to its first Malaysian Games women's water polo medal, and how she eventually worked her way into the national squad to represent Malaysia at the Sea Games.
Designer Jo Disaya has every intention in provoking the fashion industry by fronting the concept of modern androgyny in her designs, with a tinge of radicalism. We speak to her to discover her vision. Maya Tan goes over what made headlines in the fashion scene. Emma Chong Johnston, Managing Editor of ELLE Malaysia, gives her take on pointed toe pumps.