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The Laksa Johor Mystery

Kam Raslan | Zan Azlee | Rahmah Pauzi

14-Jul-18 17:00

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On this week’s A Bit of Culture we explore some things that are not as you remember - the appeal of handicrafts, racially polarizing sports and the old family recipe. Kam discusses the value of handicrafts and whether they are tacky or too niche for everyday use. Zan recalls how sports had racial stereotypes attached to them and whether we’re still bound by these stereotypes. Lastly, Rahmah examines the ways in which the taste of an old family recipe can be passed down accurately. 


Produced by: Daryl Ong, Ali Johan

Tags:  A Bit of CultureGerai OAhandicraftsracial stereotypesracial discriminationLaksa Johorfamily recipesConsumer Goods/ServicesCulture, History, HeritageSports

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