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Professor James Chin, the Director of the Asia Institute at the University of Tasmania in Australia, is in Sarawak as an independent observer in the elections. He tells Melisa Idris what he's seeing during the campaign rounds.
We don’t need many words for this 5 time beatbox champion and a regular Tedx speaker. Cody Foo or commonly known as Coex, is by far one of the friendliest and most down to Earth people we’ve ever met. He started BeatNation in the hopes of making sure that beatboxers around the world will get to pursue their dreams without having to worry about earning a living - they now have around 2,000 members nationwide. Cody loves Defence of The Ancients very much and he managed to secure funding to organize a regional e-sports competition somewhere at the end of this year. DoTA fans, be on the lookout for that! If you like what you heard, head over to the website! That Time Of Night.
Voicebox takes a look at the power and pervasiveness of the human voice in shaping our everyday world. Hosted by Ezra Zaid, Voicebox examines the impact of this uniquely human instrument and the role it plays in making and breaking the bonds between us.Everything from speed dialling, scheduling meetings and searching for directions — Siri was the revolutionary digital voice-activated personal assistant of the iPhone. We spoke to Susan Bennett, the original voice of Siri.
As part of World Press Freedom Day, we take a look at how the relationship between the public and the press in Malaysia. In light of recent events, how has that changed in Malaysia? We talk about press freedom, media movement, and the kind of support the public needs to give the press.