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Trends Over Cats

Kam Raslan | Julian Yap | Michael Gong

20-Nov-20 21:00

Trends Over Cats

This week on A Bit of Culture, we discuss three topics with BFMers Julian Yap and Michael Gong. Starting with Julian and her observations on Tik Tok, and how the users of the creative platform collaborated with each other. Next, Michael posts a question if it’s best to learn to lose willingly, using martial arts as a reference, tapping out doesn’t necessarily mean you’re a rookie. Wrapping up this week’s episode with Kam bringing us back to the Ancient Egyptian times where deities are often a mixture of man and animals, including cats.

Produced by: Ali Johan


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