Sunday, 13th November 2016, 10AM-4PM, Connexion Conference and Events Centre, Bangsar South
The most compelling leadership wisdom can come from the most unexpected place. From her humble roots growing up in Alor Setar, Boonsiri Somchit takes inspiration from her childhood kampung adventures, to share with us authentic insights to leadership and life, as depicted in her book - When The Chicken Dies, Everyone Cries.
We get you out of bed, to your first cup of coffee or to your first destination of your day with thought-provoking discussions on ideas, people and events shaping all our lives.
Tomorrow, Malaysians will be glued to their TVs and radios for Budget 2017. Analysts are speculating that the focus might be on cash handouts, property - especially for first time home buyers and subsidy cuts to name a few. How will the government balance the need to reform the country's economy and meet the expectations of the people? On Talkback Thursday this evening, we're asking: What's on your Budget 2017 wishlist? Our lines will be open.
Dancing to celebrate herself, femininity and being pregnant. In the interview January and Sean reveal how this performance which was first discussed last year before January became pregnant was rehearsed and will be executed on Bobo KL’s stage. January talks about being a pregnant dancer.
Life is like a mountain you climb defying all odds to reach the top. Dr Wade Brackenbury however takes this proverb literally as an avid mountaineer, doctor and author. Having sustained a sports injury at a young age and struggled with dyslexia, he dedicated himself to medicine to help others and is now the director of the American Chiropractic Clinic in Vietnam. He shares with us his amazing story of perseverance and anecdotes from his book, Yak Butter and Black Tea, about tackling life headstrong as an adventure.