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The Enduring Appeal of Board Games

Kam Raslan | Na'a Murad | Matt Armitage

03-May-24 21:00

The Enduring Appeal of Board Games

Another week, another episode of A Bit of Culture. This post-Labour Day episode features regular guests Na’a Murad and Matt Armitage as they join Kam to explore Malaysian science fiction, the future of social media, and the enduring appeal of board games. Na’a opens the show by hypothetically projecting what a strong Malaysian science fiction will be based or anchored on, and this gets both Kam and Matt speculating wildly. Kam then looks to the future to ponder what social media is going to look like then. Matt closes the show by talking about board games and how they’ve managed to successfully endure and survive, despite competitions and distractions from a lot of other things these days. Tune in to hear how they tackle all these topics!

Produced by: Haniff Baharudin

Presented by: Kam Raslan

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Categories:  Literature/Philosophytechnologyculture

Tags:  malaysian sci-fimalaysian science fictionthe future of social mediaa bit of cultureabocsci-fiscience fictionsocial mediatechnologyboard gamestabletop games

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