Living On Big Hopes And Bite-Sized Info
Kam Raslan | Ann Lee | Grey Yeoh
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Millennials and their short attention-spans - that's the underlying tone for this week's episode, though not necessarily a judgmental one. Grey kicks off the show by sharing his fruitful consumption habits of concise and highly informative video encyclopaedias, such as the likes of Vox Media's productions. Continuing on the subject of knowledge accumulation, Ann suggests two performing arts archives to look out for by Five Arts Centre, the first of their kind by the private sector in Malaysia, which are made digitally accessible for the modern public. Finishing off is Kam, with his scepticism about the rhetoric of hope and change that is abundant across social spheres these days - a view the guests however respond to with optimism.
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Tags: A Bit Of Culture, archives, Vox Media, millenials, knowledge, Five Arts Centre, Janet Pillai, Kathy Rowland, MY Art Memory Project, Arts Education Archive Malaysia, digitisation, information, Jit Murad Plays, Dawson City: Frozen Time, positivity, satire