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The Return

Ong Kar Jin

02-Mar-20 21:00

The Return

Why do histories repeat themselves? For independent researcher Ong Kar Jin, repetition does not so much describe a historical process as a pattern of thinking where your average person tries to make meaning out of the past when faced with an uncertain future.

Produced by: Simon Soon, Haniff Baharudin

Presented by: Haniff Baharudin, Simon Soon


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