Ferment, Resurface and Delete
Kam Raslan | Rahmah Pauzi | Ali Johan
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As the curtains fall on the decade, Kam Raslan welcomes two BFMers - Rahmah Pauzi and Ali Johan to collectively contemplate on the future of their Facebook accounts. Reflecting on the years of being on the social media platform, the culture vultures discuss their personal attachments to their respective accounts and what the future holds for them. Rahmah then shares her own anecdote on the discovery of the different types of tapai, a local kueh with a long history attached to the different parts of the country. And Ali eventually rounds it off with his personal take on bands reforming after being on hiatus and wonders about the value of a comeback in music.
Produced by: Ali Johan
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Categories: Technology, Medical Innovation and Technology, Tech, History, People and Places
Tags: Rage Against The Machine, Facebook, Station To Station, nostalgia, The Crown, tapioca, Duran Duran, data harvesting, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, reunion, fermentation, Coachella Festival 2020, Butterfingers, The Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence, La Galerie du Rock,