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Podcast  >  Night Shift  >  In Case You Missed It  >  A Tale of Newspapers and An Endangered Eagle

A Tale of Newspapers and An Endangered Eagle

22-May-16 10:00

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This week, we follow Asia Calling across South East Asia, to explore the various intricacies within the region. In India, a group of children have started their own newspaper. While in the Philippines, the country's national bird is endangered, after a wildfire razed a forest in Mount Apo. All that and more from Kantor Berita Radio 68H.

Here are the segments of the episode:

0:37 - Asia Calling 1 - Domestic Violence in Indonesia

6:03 - Asia Calling 2 - A children group starts a newspaper in India

12:00 - Asia Calling 3 - Wildfire endanger Philippine Eagle

18:53 - Asia Calling 4 - Tempo International Documentary Film Festival

26:10 - Asia Calling 5 - A new legislation curbs domestic violence in China


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