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What About Dondang Sayang?

Kam Raslan | Sharmilla Ganesan | Pauline Fan

26-Jan-19 17:00

What About Dondang Sayang?

On this week’s episode, Kam delves into political propaganda tools, as he sheds light on the concept of both-siderism and whataboutism. Next, Sharmilla questions if life is better through high-definition tools that help enhance every layer of intricate sounds and vision. Lastly, Pauline and Ali Johan educate us on Dondang Sayang, an ancient traditional art form hailing from Malacca, and the second cultural tradition recognised by UNESCO as one of the most intangible cultural heritages of humanity.


Produced by: Ali Johan


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