Dreamy Fantasy Dinner
Kam Raslan | Rahmah Pauzi | Michael Gong
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In this episode of A Bit of Culture, Kam Raslan is joined by former BFMer Rahmah Pauzi and Morning Run’s Michael Gong. Rahmah opens with her recent discovery of an organization called Race 2 Dinner that aims to confront racism over a meal. Kam continues with a topic on dreams, are they really real or is your mind playing tricks on you? The trio discusses the vividness of dreams and what it might mean. Lastly, Michael ends with a compare-and-contrast between hope-punk and dark fantasy, and raises the issue against the hope-punk movement.
Produced by: Ali Johan
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Categories: History, People & Places, Film, People and Places
Tags: a bit of culture, Race 2 Dinner, Black Lives Matter, succession of images, spiritual portal, subconscious mind, cognitive neuroscience of dreams, hopepunk, dark fantasy, science fiction,