Adapting Dystopian Safety
Kam Raslan | Bernice Chauly | Azmyl Yunor
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In this episode, Kam Raslan speaks to educators, Bernice Chauly and Azmyl Yunor. With the recent CMCO, Kam questions if it is safe to go out yet. But seeing how the world is adapting to the new normal – this is the dystopian reality that we are living in. Next, Bernice shares her discoveries of book adaptation TV series that accompanied her during the quarantine period. Finally, Azmyl talks about pastoral care for students because being an educator does not stop at lecturing and grading, it goes beyond that.
Produced by: Ali Johan
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Categories: Education, Film, Literature, People and Places
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