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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.
Ihsan Hassan believes that affordable housing starts with good urban planning. What are the key criterias for good urban planning? Ihsan shares his insights on this. We also discuss about property financing. Ihsan says financing for affordable housing and housing is quite "lax" already here. He reckons "further easing" for property loans will be bad for our economy adding that we still need to bring people to the housing market and that could be done by strengthening the rental market.
Subang MP Wong Chen offers a backbencher's unvarnished and personal take on how his party has performed in its first hundred days in office 25:08 - Dennis Kam, founder of The Harapan Tracker weighs in on this with some burning questions for Wong Chen.
Nirmala helps us identify and avoid common pitfalls when buying a car.She talks about guiding principles and common mistakes when it comes to buying a car - the differences between car loans and mortgages amongst other things.