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Has Street Art Become Too Sensitive?

Kam Raslan | Lee Chwi Lynn | Eddin Khoo

22-Apr-17 17:00

Has Street Art Become Too Sensitive?

Kam Raslan and our esteemed guests blaze through three polarizing topics in the world of pop culture. We welcome back a familiar face to the cultured trifold, as Miss Lee Chwi Lynn takes the Charging Bull by its horn to discuss the sensitivities of street art. Last but not least, Eddin Khoo chips in with his take on autobiographies to complete the trio.


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