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Podcast  >  Evening Edition  >  Talkback  >  Talkback Thursday: Kids in Malaysia

Talkback Thursday: Kids in Malaysia

28-Sep-17 18:00

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About a week ago, The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) released the results of a report that looks at how well a country prepares its younger generations for an ever-changing future economy. It found that Singapore was the highest ranked in Asia and an overall fifth across 35 economies. As for Malaysia, we weren’t on the list...So the question is, what does this actually mean for young Malaysians? How well have we prepared/setup Malaysian kids for the future? So today on Talkback, we’re asking you if you think Malaysia a good country for kids to grow up in. Our lines will be open.


Presented by: Umapagan Ampikaipakan, Caroline Oh

Tags:  Evening EditionTalkback ThursdayMalaysian ChildrenEducation SystemKids in MalaysiaEducationPolitics, News, Current Affairs

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