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Pandemic School of History

Kam Raslan | Rahmah Pauzi | Vernon Adrian Emuang

17-Sep-21 21:00

Pandemic School of History

This week on A Bit of Culture, we have the return of Rahmah Pauzi and Vernon Adrian Emuang together with our host, Kam Raslan. Our trio begins by speaking on history in this day and age - is it still worth educating the masses on this subject. Kam brings forth an interesting question about citizenship and misogyny in view of an ongoing court case. Based on the records and history, what is the gender of a nation? The trio wraps up with Rahmah's anecdotes on teaching in times of the pandemic.
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01:00 - Topic 1 - Teaching history, is it worth it?

09:05 - Topic 2 - Is A Nation A Male or Female?

20:13 - Topic 3 - Teaching In Time Of The Pandemic, Is It Possible?

33:46 - Recommendations

Produced by: Ali Johan


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