Curated But Outdated & Cancelled
Kam Raslan | Julian Yap | Sim Wie Boon
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In this episode of A Bit of Culture, Kam chose two of his favourite millenials, Julian Yap and Sim Wie Boon, to discuss certain problems of 2019: when things run their course, mood curation and "cancel culture". The burning question Sim brought to the discussion board was if a person could realize, without retrospect, when a phase or thing of interest has gone out of fashion. Julian meanwhile wanted to know if the men also shared her dilemma of not being able to find the right movie to compliment the ambience and when Spotify's algorithms didn't fit the mood. And last but not least, Kam had recently been intrigued about the issues cancel culture has brought to the modern world such as self-policing and the eulogizing of people with problematic views.
Produced by: Ali Johan
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