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Saving The World One Device At A Time

Kam Raslan | Umapagan Ampikaipakan | Zan Azlee

25-Nov-17 17:00

Saving The World One Device At A Time

This episode of A Bit Of Culture welcomes back special guest and journalist Zan Azlee into the foray of three engrossing topics. Uma gushes over his newest device - a patch that is able to track his blood sugar, and goes on to ponder about how much more technology can potentially improve our bodies. Zan, fresh from his volunteering stint at a Rohingya refugee camp, broaches a question that is a constant struggle to answer: ‘Can you (really) save the world?’. Bringing up the rear is Kam, who wades into the heated discourse surrounding the recent plethora of sexual harassment cases in Hollywood and reflects on how society can potentially move forward from this.

Produced by: Ali Johan


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