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Do You Still Write Letters?

The Morning Run Crew

13-Jul-18 06:00

Do You Still Write Letters?

We get you out of bed, to your first cup of coffee or to your first destination of your day with thought-provoking discussions on ideas, people and events shaping all our lives.

03:54 - Inspirational stories, do they change you? How inspired are you by feel-good pieces?

10:08 - Are written letters a thing of the past? Do you continue to write letters? Why or why not?

16:50 - Are we afraid of linguistic diversity? Do Governments or the ‘free market’ make a language relevant?

21:35 - How do we make the military (or even the civil service) more inclusive?


Presented by: Sharaad Kuttan, Melisa Idris, Khoo Hsu Chuang


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Tags:  Feel GoodInspirational StoriesGobind SinghPos MalaysiaLettersMailLanguageBahasa MalaysiaBahasa MelayuEducationMaszlee MalikMilitaryCivil ServiceBumiputeraGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingPolitics, News, Current Affairs

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