Kuda Kepang and Technology
Kam Raslan | Pauline Fan | Matt Armitage
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On this episode of A Bit Of Culture, we mull on the future with topics on technology, cyberspace and traditional art forms. Kam Raslan is joined this week by PUSAKA's Pauline Fan and BFM's commentator on all things tech, Matt Armitage; Matt starting us off with some mind-bending technology news, as he always does, explaining how our body shapes evolve with technological advancements. Sticking with the realm of cyberspace, Kam ponders on a Twitter post about the netizens' impending struggle to look for time away from being online - are we there already? And Pauline discusses the characteristics of the Kuda Kepang; a Javanese traditional art form in relation to her current "cultural transformation" project.
Produced by: Ali Johan
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Categories: Visual Arts, Performing Arts, History, People and Places
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