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How Do People Cope With No Longer Being The “It” Generation?

Kam Raslan | Dhanya Nair | Ong Kar Jin

18-Aug-23 21:00

How Do People Cope With No Longer Being The “It” Generation?

It’s a fun episode of A Bit of Culture this week, as Kam and our guests, Dhanya Nair and Ong Kar Jin laugh through all the topics! Kar Jin starts the episode by asking whether we still need Twitter, or X, especially now that these platforms have become so segmented and a shadow of their former selves? After that, Kam confesses that he can’t watch horror movies, especially now, and he wonders if it's down to his age. Dhanya follows up on the age theme for her topic in the second part of the show, by reflecting on her own age and how to cope with no longer being the “it” generation. What does she mean by that? Tune in to find out!

Produced by: Haniff Baharudin

Presented by: Kam Raslan

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