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It’s that time of the year again when the King of Fruits reigns supreme and sends us all into a frenzy (for better or worse!). Whether you belong in the camp that loves it, or hates it, there is no denying durian's influence as a social fruit that unites us all. So, in the spirit of the season, this episode of I Love KL goes back to the basics of durian, from determining its various types and tastes, to busting some of the more commonly known myths associated with the fruit.
Bob, Gogulan & Lynn discuss Atletico Madrid's European Super Cup win over Real. Are the Galacticos going to have a difficult season? What about Simeone's Atleti? Also, Burnley's run in the Europa League qualifiers, Kevin De Bruyne's knee injury and a full preview of the EPL weekend including City at home to Huddersfield and Chelsea v Arsenal. Includes Treatment Table and 3 Big Shouts for the weekend.
Friend of Ms Franklin and American civil rights activist Rev Jesse Jackson Sr. responded to her death saying, “A lot of music left the earth today.".
The Tuyang Initiative works with the indigenous communities of Sarawak to promote culture and heritage, with the aim of both preserving these aspects and creating sustainable economic activities for these communities. The initiative is taking part in this year’s Yayasan Sime Darby Arts Festival, and one of the performers who will be featured is Mathew Ngau Jau, renowned sape master who was declared Malaysia’s Living National Heritage by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture. We speak to Mathew and The Tuyang co-founder Juvita Tatan Wan about their work, and the necessity for professional and respectful representation when it comes to indigenous artists.
We’re obviously influenced by sight, sound, taste, and touch when it comes to many of our purchasing decisions. But why have we never considered smell as a bigger motivational factor? It turns out companies have been aware of this for a while - and not the ones you might think.