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Cut Grass & Cry

Kam Raslan | Lee Chwi Lynn | Sim Wie Boon

13-Dec-19 21:00

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In this episode of A Bit of Culture Kam Raslan is joined by two of BFM's finest; Evening Edition's Chwi Lynn and Morning Run producer Wie Boon to discuss three rather polarising topics of eunuchs, geography and the value of crying. Kam starts us off by sharing his intrigue with the narrative of eunuchs in ancient history, weighing up their stature in the society of its time. Wie Boon then goes on a more introspective tangent and ponders an alternate future or reality. Finally Chwi Lynn shares her thoughts on the value of crying at the movies, concerts or a performance.


Produced by: Ali Johan

Tags:  eunuchsImperial ChinaThe Fashion WeakAndrei TarkovskyAncient RomefictionFrozen IIOttoman TurkeyModern FamilyAdmiral Cheng HomasculinitycastratiAnne FrankVarys the SpiderAlan Turingindustry envySteven SpielbergJonathan Strange and Mr NorrellOffice LadiesMedia, Marketing, AdvertisingEntertainmentCulture, History, Heritage

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