Context Over Content
Kam Raslan | Rahmah Pauzi | Vernon Adrian Emuang
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This episode of A Bit of Culture brings together Kam Raslan with BFM Video's Rahmah Pauzi and regular guest Vernon Adrian Emuang, each of them offering relevant yet introspective topics to our weekly cultural roundtable. First up the trio ponders the concept of individuality and associations, pointing out a simple tendency to identify oneself with the workplace. The conversation veers into a search for their respective "cultural comfort food", seeking a sense of emotional stability in bleak times. And coming off a week of heavy coverage on the US election, we end with the underlying concepts of framing a story, stressing on the importance of context over content.
Produced by: Ali Johan
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Categories: Business Analysis, Politics, Social Issues, History, People and Places
Tags: state government, Abraham Lincoln, associations, individuality, journalism, democracy, The Beatles, boarding school, framing, breaking news, context, US Election 2020,