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Friends Against Government
TLE 107 - One Sleepy Malaysian Boy

Friends Against Government

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 55:33


Bird's gone. Paz's computer is borked. I don't have the intro/outro music on my new computer. But nonetheless, here is The News. -Car

The Bizarre Files
The Bizarre Files #1382

The Bizarre Files

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 16:00


A 20-pound iguana stirs up trouble when it fell into a yoga class and hit someone on the head... A Bangladesh child was trapped inside of a shipping container and landed on Malaysian soil... A TikTok-er accidentally found thousands of dollars in a McDonalds bag… & more.

Sinister Sisters: Women In Horror
The Penanggalan & Goblins

Sinister Sisters: Women In Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 40:03


This week, it's two tales of creepy creatures! Grotesque Ghost Heads and Goblins galore! First up, Lauren covers the Penanggalan - a nocturnal vampiric creature originating in Malaysian folklore that's unlike anything you've ever seen or heard of! This hideous entity appears as a floating, disembodied female head with its trailing organs and tail-like intestines still attached. It's like if Medusa and a slimy snake made a Black Magic baby that bursts into a ball of flames! But are they ghosts? Or is it a witch? Or something even more? Listen to hear how these decapitated undead creatures are created and what they could possibly want from the living… Next, Felicia discusses a more commonly seen creepy creature - Goblins! Of course we've all seen Goblins in their many forms, in everything from myths to movies and just as a general term for a creature, but Felicia talks about several unique kinds. Some of these little monsters might be relatively harmless, but others are just looking to dip their cap in your blood... 

Best Of Belfast: Stories of local legends from Northern Ireland
#295 Dog Trainer Neil Powell on Rescue Missions, Plane Crashes and Malaysian Pirates

Best Of Belfast: Stories of local legends from Northern Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 76:43


Dr. Neil Powell is an internationally renowned dog trainer whose been involved in global search and rescue missions, crime prevention efforts and natural disaster relief. His dogs have been awarded the gold medal for valour, murdered by Malaysian pirates and saved countless lives — while recovering the bodies of many more. In today's episode we talk about: The age old connection between man and dog Why he left seminary and the navy Training Ireland's first search and rescue dog Struggling with PTSD after the Lockerbee Air Disaster Using dogs to prevent the multi-million pound sale of illegal CDs The moment he became a man Supernatural experiences And why dogs can detect and predict epileptic seizures Check it out. P.S. You can buy Neil's book here. // https://bestofbelfast.org/stories/neil-powell-dog-trainer //

The Takeaway Table Podcast
#182 TikTok Drama in SG, Terrifying Murders in MY & Spicy Takes on ‘Pulau'

The Takeaway Table Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 46:07


In this week's episode of Table Talk, we turn up the heat and recap news that have made it to our feeds before the Chinese New Year.We dive into TikTok drama unravelling in our neighbour's yards, mind-blowing murder cases unfolding in our nation, and discuss about buzz-worthy Malaysian film, ‘PULAU' with special guest, Dennis Yin. You say, I say, it's time for the Takeaway.

BFM :: The Breakfast Grille
Can The KL & Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall Stay Relevant?

BFM :: The Breakfast Grille

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 25:03


We take time to reflect on the position and role of the Chinese in Malaysian society, business and politics with Ngan Teng Ye, President of The KL & Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall which focuses on ensuring the voices within the Chinese community are heard while fighting for the benefits and rights of the community since 1923.

The Nightlight Horror Movie Club
MiniEp - The Prank Show Fiasco

The Nightlight Horror Movie Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 28:51


A unusual prank show in a Malaysian airport goes terribly awry.

Southeast Asia Crossroads Podcast - CSEAS @ NIU
Arab Lutes and Indian Ocean Routes through Malaysian Soundscapes

Southeast Asia Crossroads Podcast - CSEAS @ NIU

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 45:54


Drs Jones and Jui-Ching Wang sit down with Dr Joe Kinzer to explore how centuries of conflicting Hindu-Buddhist and Islamic influences from India and the Middle East have transformed and continue to complicate Malay cultural politics in 21st century musical practices. Joe Kinzer received his Ph.D. in ethnomusicology from the University of Washington in 2017, and specializes in issues of identity and religious expression in Asian musical contexts. He has taught ethnomusicology courses at the University of Washington and Northern Illinois University. Currently, he is the Senior Curatorial Assistant for Harvard University's Archive of World Music and Affiliate Faculty member for Antioch University's Individualized Master of Arts (IMA) Program. He plays the ‘ud (Arab lute) in Boston College's Astaza! ensemble and is Section Editor for the Malaysian Journal of Music

My Food Job Rocks!
Ep. 270 - [Malaysia] The Difference Between American and Malaysian Food Companies with Alyssa Eng, Innovation and Improvement Executive at Qra

My Food Job Rocks!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 47:34


Today we're interviewing Alyssa Eng, Innovation and Improvement Executive at Qra, a small but growing startup retail chain store in Malaysia. I met Alyssa once during my event a long time ago in WeWork Food Labs. It was my going away party to Austin Texas where I spent $2000 dollars on catered food. I didn't remember at first. Grace told me about Alyssa so I reached out and the memories flooded in. At the time, Alyssa worked at CCD in California. Phil Saneski and a few of his friends also worked there so it all clicked together. It was so nice to catch up with Alyssa over some delicious Turkish food like 5 minutes from the hotel. So what's unique about this interview Alyssa has worked in the United States and she talks about her experience being an intern in the United States What's really value about this interview is Alyssa's transition from Malaysia to The United States to Malaysia again and how the pandemic, which seems like ages ago, affected jobs QRA is growing fast and Alyssa is along for the ride. After opening 3 stores in a year, Alyssa has jumped into all sorts of job roles over there and talks about the dynamics of working in retail, developing products, and the expectations of working in Malaysia.

My Food Job Rocks!
Ep. 269 - [Malaysia] The Struggling Reputation of Malaysian Food with Grace Huei Tan, Business Development at Oatside

My Food Job Rocks!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 46:26


  Welcome to the My Food Job Rocks Podcast, a podcast where we interview experts in the food industry and learn what they do, how they got there, and insights on the future of food. I'm your host and food scientist Adam Yee. Today we're interviewing Grace Huei Tan, Business Development Manager at Oatside, a plant-milk company. Grace also does projects with Malaysia coffee companies and marketing. So Grace and I have been online penpals for years and I remember she reached out when I first started My Food Job Rocks, but I don't remember why. Over time, we've worked on a few small things together such as a My Food Job Rocks article miniseries where I asked guest students to write their experience in food science from different countries. It's so amazing to finally see her in person. I really enjoyed this episode for a lot of reasons. Grace is exceptional at talking about what she loves to do and you'll learn her really fun journey in the food industry as she has gone through being a celebrity from winning a food competition, to traveling around the world showing people Asian flavors, and now has landed in the marketing field. What I also found insightful was Grace's viewpoint on Malaysia and the food industry and how the country perceives education, careers, and health. You're also going to get a bit more of a deeper insight on Malaysian lifestyle. From the diverse groups that are here, to the delicious food Grace goes out of her way to go. I think what's really impactful is a common thread is starting to bubble up with that a lot of talent leaks out of Malaysia into countries such as Singapore, Australaia, or the United States. Grace also knows where all the good food is in Malaysia so make sure to get a notepad handy when you plan your trip to Malaysia!

The Great Detectives of OTR Volume 1
Let George Do It: The Tears of Sorrow (EP0448)

The Great Detectives of OTR Volume 1

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 33:39


Release Date: July 13, 2011A travelling salesman hires George to help him confront a puzzling situation at a roadside motel. When George arrives he finds the body of a Malaysian cook and a silver coffin.Original Air Date: March 27, 1950Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.netSupport the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net.Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715Take the listener survey at http://survey.greatdetectives.netGive us a call at 208-991-4783Follow us on Instagram at http://instagram.com/greatdetectivesFollow us on Twitter @radiodetectives

flavors unknown podcast
Tasting the Future: How to Add Heat and Flavor with Sambal

flavors unknown podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 6:32


Sambal is a spicy condiment or sauce that has gained popularity in the United States in recent years, thanks to its versatility and bold flavor. Originally from Southeast Asia, sambal sauce is made with chili peppers, shallots, garlic, and salt, and may also include other ingredients such as vinegar, sugar, and shrimp paste. It is commonly used in Indonesian, Malaysian, and Singaporean cuisine, but has also found its way into the menus of many non-Asian restaurants and bars in the United States. It is a great addition to many different types of dishes, including grilled meats, fried rice and noodles, steamed or stir-fried vegetables, sandwiches, burgers, soups, stews, grilled cheese sandwiches, roasted or baked potatoes, tofu, tempeh, and avocado toast. I'd like to share a potential educational resource, "Conversations Behind the Kitchen Door", my new book that features dialogues with accomplished culinary leaders from various backgrounds and cultures. It delves into the future of culinary creativity and the hospitality industry, drawing from insights of a restaurant-industry-focused podcast, ‘flavors unknown”. It includes perspectives from renowned chefs and local professionals, making it a valuable resource for those interested in building a career in the culinary industry.Get the book here! The taste of the Sambal sauce In terms of flavor, sambal is generally quite spicy, thanks to the chili peppers that are used in its production. The heat level can vary depending on the specific type of chili peppers used and the amount of sambal that is added to a dish. In addition to the heat, sambal also has a bold, complex flavor that is a result of the combination of ingredients used in its production. The shallots and garlic provide a mild sweetness and a hint of pungency, while the vinegar and sugar add a touch of acidity and sweetness to balance out the heat of the chili peppers. The shrimp paste, if included, adds an additional layer of savory, umami flavor to the sauce. Overall, sambal is a flavorful and spicy condiment that adds a lot of character to the dishes it is used in. Sambal recipe Here is a recipe for making sambal at home (recipe created by A.I.)Ingredients:1 cup chili peppers, seeds removed (you can use bird's eye chili peppers, jalapeno peppers, serrano peppers, or a combination)1/2 cup shallots, peeled and roughly chopped4 cloves garlic, peeled and roughly chopped1 teaspoon salt2 tablespoons vinegar (you can use white vinegar, rice vinegar, or apple cider vinegar)2 tablespoons sugar (you can use white sugar, brown sugar, or palm sugar)2 tablespoons shrimp paste (optional)Instructions:In a blender or food processor, combine the chili peppers, shallots, garlic, and salt. Pulse until the mixture is finely chopped.Transfer the mixture to a small saucepan and add the vinegar, sugar, and shrimp paste (if using). Bring the mixture to a boil over medium heat, stirring frequently.Reduce the heat to low and simmer for 5-10 minutes, or until the mixture has thickened slightly.Remove the saucepan from the heat and let the sambal cool to room temperature. Transfer the sambal to a clean jar or container and store in the refrigerator until ready to use.This recipe makes about 1 cup of sambal, and it will keep in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. You can adjust the heat level by using different types of chili peppers or adjusting the amount of chili peppers used. You can also adjust the flavor by using different types of vinegar or sugar. Enjoy! Nasi Goreng recipe featuring Sambal sauce One savory dish that uses sambal as an ingredient is Nasi Goreng, a popular Indonesian fried rice dish. To make Nasi Goreng, you will need the following ingredients:2 cups cooked rice1 tablespoon vegetable oil2 cloves garlic, minced1 small onion, diced1 cup diced chicken, beef, or shrimp2 tablespoons sambal2 tablespoons soy sauce1/2 cup frozen peas and carrots2 green onions,

Unpacking The Eerie
22. "Goodnight, Malaysian 370"

Unpacking The Eerie

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 128:51


On March 8th, 2014,  227 passengers and 12 crew members boarded Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 for a 5 hour commute to Beijing, China. The aircraft departed  Kuala Lumpur International Airport at 00:42 MYT and by 01:19 MYT completely disappeared off the radar -- never to be seen or heard from again. Since then the Flight 370 disappearance has been the subject of countless newspaper articles, online discussion boards, a documentary and numerous conspiracy theories. In this 'sode, we learn about the timeline and theories as well as the people involved with and impacted by this mysterious tragedy. We also talk about the psychology behind ambiguous loss and the role of toxic masculinity in what we think is the most likely explanation behind the missing Flight 370.SourcesOutro last updated 01/2022 | See an updated thank you list hereSupport the showThank you for listening to our passion project

Yah Lah BUT...
#356 - Singapore kids not physically active enough & Jay Chou angers Malaysians

Yah Lah BUT...

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 65:59


A report by the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health at the National University of Singapore (NUS) found that more than half of local children do not hit the recommended one hour of moderate to vigorous exercise per day. This happened in spite of Singapore's safe parks, playgrounds and sports facilities, so what's going on? Across the Causeway, Jay Chou angered Malaysian football fans due to his concert coinciding with the AFF Championship and resulting in 21,000 seats being closed off at Bukit Jalil National Stadium. But is it really his fault? Find us here! YLB Subreddit  YLB TikTok  YLB IG  YLB YouTube Just Try Only, our new weekly newsletter Folklory If you're looking for a meaningful gift, we'd love to help you create a personal podcast for a loved one. Get started at Folklory.com! And here are the full answers from Terence and Haresh to the question: "Who made 2022 great for You?" Singapore kids not physically active enough Over half of kids, teens in S'pore do not hit physical activity targets: Study Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance Singapore Report Card 2022 - Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health Report card grades on physical activity for children and adolescents from 18 Asian countries: Patterns, trends, gaps, and future recommendations - ScienceDirect KKH unveils 24-hour activity guidelines for infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers Commentary: Singapore children are getting fatter and it's worrying especially during a pandemic Four Out of Five Adolescents Worldwide Aren't Getting Enough Exercise

RealiTEA Podcast
Episode 94 - Deforestation: TIMBER on the Ego, Not of Trees

RealiTEA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 40:17


In par with SDG15: Life on Land, join Ain, Amirah, Puteri and Khadijah as they unearth everything that listeners need to know about deforestation that seems to be more and more prevalent in our country, threatening the lives of not only animals in the forest but also humans due to the overall changes in ecosystem. We hosted a young climate activist, Sheikh Syaqil Suhaimi, a Climate activist from MyHutan to walk us through deeply about the roots, the effects and how Malaysian citizens and leaders face the ticking bomb issue that can turn into a natural disaster if its not stopped immediately. SDG 15: Life on Land #Sustainability #PeerToPeer #UnitedNations #SustainableDevelopmentGoals #17SDG #PublicRelations #CorporateCreativeAndProduction #UiTMMassComm We're on Socials! Twitter: @realiteapodcas1 TikTok: @realiteaktok

The Asian Game
TAG Podcast | LIVE from the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup | Group Stage Review

The Asian Game

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 16:19


The Asian Game is LIVE on location again, this time at the 2022 AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup across Southeast Asia. Scott McIntyre is in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, joined down the line from Jakarta by Ryan Walters, who is joining us from the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium ahead of the huge semi-final between Indonesia and Vietnam. We review the group stage action, highlight a few surprise packets and give our verdict on who we think will make it through to the final. Follow The Asian Game on all our social channels to keep right across the action from Southeast Asia and we will be back again before the final to preview a huge encounter.

My Food Job Rocks!
Ep. 268 - [Malaysia] An Overview of the Malaysian Food Industry with Sew Chang Chew, Head of R&D of Hybrid Allied Dairy

My Food Job Rocks!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 52:27


Today we're interviewing Sew Chang Chew, Head of R and D at Hybrid Dairy Alliance, a new business that focuses on dairy manufacturing. Welcome to Malaysia! This is the first interview I did hours after I landed. I actually met Sew 9 years ago at IFT when our colleges were both competing in a product development competition. I believe it was Developing Solutions for Developing Countries. Sew has a lot to say about the food industry in Malaysia and gives a good introduction to what the food is really about. Not just industry, but he describes food really well. I think what's great to take away from this interview is the point of view. What's amazing about traveling to all of these countries and interviewing everyone is you get to see not only the differences but the similarities between what's going on and Sew highlights a lot of challenges that I feel I've faced in my career. You're also going to get a lot of practical advice! Sew is essentially a manager and gives some good tips on how to teach and motivate your employees! His advice is very simple, and methodical. I never realized how similar I was with Sew, we both have worked many jobs, around 2-year stints, and he himself traveled the world.  

BFM :: The Breakfast Grille
Best Of The Breakfast Grille 2022 - Conversations Unusual

BFM :: The Breakfast Grille

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 23:34


On the final show of the year, we revisit the more unusual interviews we've conducted on the Breakfast Grille, reflecting the unexpected and curious nature of the world. Today's retrospective features a Malaysian-born scientist making strides in space exploration at NASA; the peculiarities of the British egg industry; as well as a trip down memory lane for the Hong Kong entertainment landscape.Featured interviews include:> NASA Trailblazer From Muar To Mars> Is The British Egg Industry Close To Breaking Point?> Delivering 55 Years Of Cantonese Entertainment - Where Next?> WWD 2022: Keep Forests Intact, Preserve Biodiversity

BFM :: The Breakfast Grille
Best Of The Breakfast Grille 2022 - Economy

BFM :: The Breakfast Grille

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 19:06


Despite hopes that 2022 would see the global economy recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, the year threw a curveball with the outbreak of the Ukraine as well as the prolonged closure of China's borders, among others. We revisit discussions on how these events have impacted the Malaysian and global economy at different stages of the year.Image credit: Shutterstock

Impact Boom Podcast - Social Enterprise & Design
Episode 366 (2022) Khalid Kamil On Empowering The Civil Society For A Sustainable Social Impact

Impact Boom Podcast - Social Enterprise & Design

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 19:54


On Episode 366 of Impact Boom, Khalid Kamil of Philandure discusses how networks of social entrepreneurs can most effectively catalyse change, and what progress is occurring in the Malaysian enterprise and innovation sector.

CTG's Threat Intelligence Podcast
Oil Tankers In Disguise

CTG's Threat Intelligence Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 24:36


An independent monitoring company, TankerTrackers, identified Young Yong, a Chinese-owned supertanker, as shipping Venezuelan oil in 2021 disguised using false documents as Malaysian crude oil. The Young Yong was sanctioned in November 2022 for shipping oil from Iran, a state also subject to sanctions and known to have used false documents to disguise the origin of its cargo. Iran and Venezuela are two oil-producing sanctioned states and close allies that signed a 20-year cooperation plan in July 2022 for the oil and petrochemical industries. In a swap agreement signed in 2021, Iran and Venezuela decided to exchange Iranian crude oil condensate for Venezuelan crude oil. Julia Tsarnas from the South America team joins Salomon Montaguth to try and better understand the real impact this may have worldwide.

Astro Awani
AWANI Review: Gordon Ramsay: From kitchen to global empire

Astro Awani

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 27:26


Love him or hate him, you can't deny Gordon Ramsay's success as a businessman. How does the celebrity chef stay relevant and keep standards high at his restaurants around the world? Is he as tough as an entrepreneur as he is in the kitchen? And what does he really think about Malaysian cuisine?

New Books Network
Making Sense of the 2022 General Elections in Malaysia

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 25:06


On 9 November 2022, Malaysia held its 15th General Elections. These elections took place within an unprecedentedly open and fragmented political landscape. Instead of the usual two main coalitions contending as frontrunners, Malaysia now has three main coalitions: Barisan Nasional (BN), Pakatan Harapan (PH), and Perikatan Nasional (PN). Not one of these coalitions won enough seats to form government, and it was only after much jockeying around that Pakatan Harapan, led by Anwar Ibrahim, was able to cobble together enough support to form the so-called unity government. Joining Dr Natali Pearson on SSEAC Stories, Dr Azmil Tayeb unpacks Malaysia's recent elections and its evershifting political landscape, discussing the return of ethnoreligious political parties, the future of coalition politics and the unexpected voting patterns of young Malaysian voters. About Azmil Tayeb: Dr Azmil Tayeb is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia in Penang. He has done extensive research on political Islam, social movements and local government politics, particularly in Indonesia and Malaysia. He is currently a Visiting Research Fellow at ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore and an Adjunct Professor at Universitas Negeri Malang in East Java, Indonesia. He is the author of Islamic Education in Indonesia and Malaysia: Shaping Minds, Saving Souls (Routledge, 2018). He is also the co-editor of a forthcoming book by Routledge titled Education and Power in Contemporary Southeast Asia. For more information or to browse additional resources, visit the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre's website: www.sydney.edu.au/sseac. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

BFM :: Front Row
Dancebox December 2022

BFM :: Front Row

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 18:42


The Dancebox series is an ongoing project that has been run in partnership by MyDance Alliance and The Actors Studio since 2001. This informal performance platform presents short works of Malaysian dance in a variety of genres, and by both established and emerging choreographers. This December 2022 edition of Dancebox promises eight short dance works that range from the humorous to the dramatic, promising physical feats to romantic moods. We find out more from the show's producer, Bilqis Hijjas, and one of the featured choreographers, Mohd Nuriqram Bin Azhar.Image Credit: KLPac

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies
Making Sense of the 2022 General Elections in Malaysia

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 25:06


On 9 November 2022, Malaysia held its 15th General Elections. These elections took place within an unprecedentedly open and fragmented political landscape. Instead of the usual two main coalitions contending as frontrunners, Malaysia now has three main coalitions: Barisan Nasional (BN), Pakatan Harapan (PH), and Perikatan Nasional (PN). Not one of these coalitions won enough seats to form government, and it was only after much jockeying around that Pakatan Harapan, led by Anwar Ibrahim, was able to cobble together enough support to form the so-called unity government. Joining Dr Natali Pearson on SSEAC Stories, Dr Azmil Tayeb unpacks Malaysia's recent elections and its evershifting political landscape, discussing the return of ethnoreligious political parties, the future of coalition politics and the unexpected voting patterns of young Malaysian voters. About Azmil Tayeb: Dr Azmil Tayeb is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia in Penang. He has done extensive research on political Islam, social movements and local government politics, particularly in Indonesia and Malaysia. He is currently a Visiting Research Fellow at ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore and an Adjunct Professor at Universitas Negeri Malang in East Java, Indonesia. He is the author of Islamic Education in Indonesia and Malaysia: Shaping Minds, Saving Souls (Routledge, 2018). He is also the co-editor of a forthcoming book by Routledge titled Education and Power in Contemporary Southeast Asia. For more information or to browse additional resources, visit the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre's website: www.sydney.edu.au/sseac. Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/southeast-asian-studies

Astro Awani
It's About YOUth: EU-ASEAN: Ensuring youth voices are heard on the global front

Astro Awani

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 29:12


How can Malaysian youth voice out hopes and aspirations on the global front? We ask Nur Qyira Yusri of Undi18 and Carmen Tan from Malaysian Youth Association for Diplomacy and Policy.

BFM :: Market Watch
Will The FBM KLCI Finally Breach 1500 Points?

BFM :: Market Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 9:18


The FBM KLCI Index has been range bound over the past few weeks and is unable to break the psychological barrier of 1500. This is in spite of a new government in place and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim winning the confidence vote in parliament. What does 2023 hold for the Malaysian equity market and what sectors and stocks will be in focus? For answers, we speak to Tushar Mohata, Head of Equity Research at Nomura Malaysia.Image credit: Shutterstock

SSEAC Stories
Making Sense of the 2022 General Elections in Malaysia

SSEAC Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 25:06


On 9 November 2022, Malaysia held its 15th General Elections. These elections took place within an unprecedentedly open and fragmented political landscape. Instead of the usual two main coalitions contending as frontrunners, Malaysia now has three main coalitions: Barisan Nasional (BN), Pakatan Harapan (PH), and Perikatan Nasional (PN). Not one of these coalitions won enough seats to form government, and it was only after much jockeying around that Pakatan Harapan, led by Anwar Ibrahim, was able to cobble together enough support to form the so-called unity government. Joining Dr Natali Pearson on SSEAC Stories, Dr Azmil Tayeb unpacks Malaysia's recent elections and its evershifting political landscape, discussing the return of ethnoreligious political parties, the future of coalition politics and the unexpected voting patterns of young Malaysian voters. About Azmil Tayeb: Dr Azmil Tayeb is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia in Penang. He has done extensive research on political Islam, social movements and local government politics, particularly in Indonesia and Malaysia. He is currently a Visiting Research Fellow at ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore and an Adjunct Professor at Universitas Negeri Malang in East Java, Indonesia. He is the author of Islamic Education in Indonesia and Malaysia: Shaping Minds, Saving Souls (Routledge, 2018). He is also the co-editor of a forthcoming book by Routledge titled Education and Power in Contemporary Southeast Asia. For more information or to browse additional resources, visit the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre's website: www.sydney.edu.au/sseac.

New Books in Political Science
Making Sense of the 2022 General Elections in Malaysia

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 25:06


On 9 November 2022, Malaysia held its 15th General Elections. These elections took place within an unprecedentedly open and fragmented political landscape. Instead of the usual two main coalitions contending as frontrunners, Malaysia now has three main coalitions: Barisan Nasional (BN), Pakatan Harapan (PH), and Perikatan Nasional (PN). Not one of these coalitions won enough seats to form government, and it was only after much jockeying around that Pakatan Harapan, led by Anwar Ibrahim, was able to cobble together enough support to form the so-called unity government. Joining Dr Natali Pearson on SSEAC Stories, Dr Azmil Tayeb unpacks Malaysia's recent elections and its evershifting political landscape, discussing the return of ethnoreligious political parties, the future of coalition politics and the unexpected voting patterns of young Malaysian voters. About Azmil Tayeb: Dr Azmil Tayeb is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia in Penang. He has done extensive research on political Islam, social movements and local government politics, particularly in Indonesia and Malaysia. He is currently a Visiting Research Fellow at ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore and an Adjunct Professor at Universitas Negeri Malang in East Java, Indonesia. He is the author of Islamic Education in Indonesia and Malaysia: Shaping Minds, Saving Souls (Routledge, 2018). He is also the co-editor of a forthcoming book by Routledge titled Education and Power in Contemporary Southeast Asia. For more information or to browse additional resources, visit the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre's website: www.sydney.edu.au/sseac. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs
The 2022 Malaysian Elections

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022


On November 19th Malaysia held its parliamentary elections, resulting in a narrow victory for now-Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim. In this episode, we discuss the issues most important in the election, the composition of the new governing coalition, and Anwar Ibrahim's plans for Malaysia. Joining me to share his expertise on this transfer of power is … Continue reading The 2022 Malaysian Elections

BFM :: General
Amidst Selection Woes, Harimau Malaya Aim To Surprise at the 2022 AFF Championship

BFM :: General

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 30:12


International football is set to go on after a climatic Qatar World Cup, with what's billed as the "ASEAN World Cup" - the 14th edition of the recently rebranded AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup set to run tonight all through mid-January. With Malaysia kick-starting their campaign v Myanmar - the narrative heading into the tournament was disheartening to say the least. With it not being in the FIFA footballing calendar, national stalwarts either weren't allowed to link up with the squad or rejected call-ups due to personal reasons. This resulted in head-coach Kim Pang-gon choosing an exciting but left-field 23-man squad with the likes of naturalized/heritage players such as David Rowley, Lee Tuck, Sergio Aguero alongside fresh young local faces like KL City ace Haqimi Rosli raring to make their major tournament debut. How deep a run can KPG bring this team especially with the likes of Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia all traditional heavyweights? This episode, we preview the tournament & dissect the Malaysian selection. Image Credit: FA Malaysia

HERstory: Southeast Asia
21 | The Black and White Amahs of Penang

HERstory: Southeast Asia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 22:48


In this episode, we're going to talk about the Black and White Amahs — Chinese women from the southern provinces of China who emigrated to the Straits Settlements and the Malay States in the 1930s and established themselves as domestic servants par excellence. The beautiful song in this episode is Penang Hill by Malaysian singer songwriter RJ Kevin. HERstory Southeast Asia was a finalist at the Asia Podcast Festival Awards held in Singapore on December 4. Our category was best arts, society, and culture podcast and it was ultimately won by Miss Conduct: An Indian True Crime Podcast with Ragavi and Nisha. Please do check them out as they are doing excellent work in spotlighting women's stories in their unique and often humorous way. Also check out Fidellithy Tan's The History of Colonisation for chronological introduction to the history of European imperialism and colonialism from a history student's perspective. The theme music is Goddess of War by Unicorn Heads. If you want more HERstory, go over to the Patreon and join Karen, Keiro, Xiaomei, Jennifer, Christina, Raul, Raymond, Matt, Ashley, Charlie, and Yati who have been supporting the show. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @herstoryseapod. That's herstory S-E-A pod.

SBS News Updates
Evening News Bulletin 17 December 2022

SBS News Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 5:24


In this bulletin, the federal government unveils a battery boost plan for the nation's energy market, the search for survivors of a Malaysian landslide enters its second day, and in cricket, the First Test in a three-match series between South Africa and Australia underway at the Gabba.

In squash - The Podcast
Episode 245 Wee Wern Low

In squash - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 45:47


One of the most inspirational squash stories you'll hear, Wee Wern Low has undergone 4 knee surgeries throughout her pro squash career, and has just embarked on a comeback that this time has nothing to do with getting back to the top 10 or winning tournaments; it's about inspiring others and proving that if you put your mind to something you can be successful. Wee Wern opens up about her career, reaching the top 5 in the world and then shortly thereafter having to undergo the first of four eventual knee surgeries. The 2018 comeback at the Malaysian Open after her third surgery is an incredible story and she looks back on that. Also, we discuss the frustration and disappointment she's experienced after having been dropped from the Malaysian National Team over the summer, and of course she gives huge props to world squash and Malaysian legends Nicol David and Ong Beng Hee for how instrumental they have been in her career, along with her long time coach Aaron Soyza. Check out the In Squash Podcast sponsor website www.opensquash.org

BFM :: General
Karu Selvaratnam - Sports for Mind, Body & Soul

BFM :: General

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 43:22


Karunakarer Selvaratnam is described as a marvel in Malaysian sports, and among others was active in competitive hockey, football, badminton and golf, a Malaysian captain in athletics and cricket, a champion national middle-distance runner, and he represented the Navy in four different sports – and was also a champion boxer. Now in his 80's, he is still an active sportsman, but also heavily involved as chairman of Young Talent Track & Field Sdn Bhd (YTTF), which is a long-term community engagement initiative to help young children achieve sporting and academic distinction. Karu joins us to share his story, and how YTTF is working towards restoring Malaysia's reputation as a feared and respected athletics power in Asia.

Head Over Heels Podcast
#38 Meet 菲道尔 (Firdhaus): On love, song-writing muses, and breaking norms

Head Over Heels Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 69:51


It's been a while since we've fallen head over heels for a local artist, so we're introducing you to one of our all-time favourites - 菲道尔 (Firdhaus)! With his breakthrough single ‘Gulf of Alaska' going viral on Douyin (TikTok China), we decided to get up close and personal with the Malaysian singer-songwriter about his music and more importantly, his lyrics. We discuss everything with Firdhaus in this episode of Head Over Heels: life studying in a Chinese school, the meaning behind both his sad and hopeful tunes, his take on relationships, breakups, and depression - we're diving heads in to get to know the man behind the latest album - ‘人生,起起落落落落落?' Whether you're a fan or a curious wanderer, you'll laugh and sigh along with us on this one. It's raw, it's real, it's Head Over Heels. Follow Firdhaus here: https://www.instagram.com/fffirdhaus/ Stream ‘人生,起起落落落落落?' on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5cvhqXc6Za217p7SsOHLZW?si=UPHo_-LaQXaM0wXPukbnBw

The Coconuts Podcast
Bizarre groping at Bangkok EDM fest + other top stories | WTF SEA + HK | December 15, 2022

The Coconuts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 32:52


The last episode of the year does not disappoint with this week's stories true to the WTF brand: notably allegations of security personnel sticking fingers in festival goers' bras and grabbing crotches at the recent 808 Festival in Bangkok. Coconuts Bangkok Nicky Tanskul (who was also there at the EDM fest) sheds light on the account of a female attendee who came with receipts. We also reminisce on the year that was through highlights on the podcast. Tune in! Other stories include: Thumbs down: East Nusa Tenggara man finds human finger in his plate of sayur lodeh | Search or assault? Thai security grab crotches, stick fingers under bras at ‘808 Festival' | Blitar Mayor and wife bound, gagged, and robbed at their residence: Police | Activists call on Malaysian government to assist Rohingya refugees stranded at sea | Filipino actress Dolly de Leon gets Golden Globes nod for ‘Triangle of Sadness' | Best spots in Singapore to soak up the Christmas vibes WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong delivers impactful, weird, and wonderful reporting by our journalists on the ground in eight cities: Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Yangon, and Bali. Listen to headline news on matters large and small, designed for people located in – or curious about – Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe today!

Fat Leonard
Where is Jho Low? An update on the search for the 1MDB fraudster

Fat Leonard

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 16:02


This week on Brazen Presents, Project Brazen co-founders Bradley Hope and Tom Wright share the first audio instalment of ‘Where Is Jho Low', the live investigation to track down the Malaysian fugitive at the heart of the 1MDB scandal. In this episode, they recap on Jho Low's crimes and his time on the run, as well as sharing new evidence indicating he may still be doing business out of Taiwan. If you're interested in the hidden worlds of wealth and power, this is a story for you. Not only is $8bn in stolen funds still missing, but Jho Low remains at large – even as former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak faces 12 years behind bars. This investigation began its life as a YouTube series, and we will continue to post new video episodes. So, if you'd like to watch as well as listen, check out the Where Is Jho Low series on Project Brazen's YouTube channel.

BFM :: General
Malaysian Restaurants Earn Their First Michelin Star

BFM :: General

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 62:25


Four Malaysian restaurants received their first Michelin Stars, with two being in Kuala Lumpur, and the other two in Penang. First, we speak to a restaurateur that has been awarded a Michelin star. And then, we talk about where the Michelin guide fits into our food culture.Image source: Dewakan, Facebook

Spice Bags
S4 Ep5: Talking Malaysia with Vik Siva Subramaniam and Sham Hanifa

Spice Bags

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 61:54


Shamzuri (Sham) Hanifa, is a beloved denizen of the Irish food scene. Based in Leitrim, he is the award-winning chef and owner of the Cottage Restaurant, Buffalo Boy, and Chef Sham Sauces. His new restaurant, My Kitchen, will also feature cooking classes. Vikkineshwaran (Vik) Siva Subramaniam is a medical doctor and surgeon whose South Indian father founded Babas, the leading spice and curry mix brand in Malaysia. Our two guests wax and unpack about their country, Malaysia, which is a scrumptious, multi-ethnic melting pot of people truly passionate about its food. Sham and Vik talk about hawker street stalls, Nasi Lemak, Rendang, roti, Kuey Teow soup, coconut, tamarind, sambal, and that polarizing fruit, the spiky, somewhat pungent Durian! They mention the Malay love of strong coffee. Plus recent Ireland arrival and chocolate sommelier Shobitha Ramadasan chips in about Malaysian cacao. In Malaysia, Vik declares, “All meals are important meals.”  We adored taking a bite out of Malaysia with Sham and Vik, and hope you will too.   Mentioned in this episode Babas: https://www.babas.com.my/ (available at Asia Market in Dublin) Cottage Restaurant: http://cottagerestaurant.ie/ My Kitchen: https://www.facebook.com/SynergyCafe Chef Sham Sauces: http://chefshamsauces.com/ Buffalo Boy: https://www.buffaloboy.ie/

High Priority
Tengku Chanela Jamidah: Breaking down cannabis stigmas as a member of the Malaysian royal family

High Priority

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 51:55


It is never easy being the first, but anything worthwhile is going to present challenges. This week, High Priority welcomes Tengku Chanela Jamidah, founder of Halal Hemp and the first member of the Malaysian royal family to openly advocate for the legalization of medical cannabis in her home country. From a perspective that only she can provide, Jamidah openly discusses the stigmas around cannabis use in Muslim communities, the stringent regulations around cannabis in many Asian countries and how she founded JIWA, a holistic wellness center grounded in her cultural lineage. Above all else, Chelsea and Alexis ask the hard-hitting question, "Why do adults also struggle to open child-proof packaging?"

BFM :: General
By the Book: Tale Of The Dreamer's Son by Preeta Samarasan

BFM :: General

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 37:21


Preeta Samarasan's second novel is set in Malaysia post May 13, 1969, where a group of people settle down in a secluded mansion in Cameron Highlands, eschewing labels of race and religion, and hoping to remain apart from the country's changing political climate with its increasing religious polarisation. Things take a turn, however, when they are joined by Salmah, a Malay Muslim woman. We speak with Preeta about the complexities of depicting these fraught realities, and how she captured a particularly Malaysian sound with her prose. We close off by reviewing Tale of the Dreamer's Son.

The Ballot Box: Elections Around the World
Making sense of Malaysian politics

The Ballot Box: Elections Around the World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 56:53


We freely acknowledge Malaysia can be a difficult country for us to keep track of, especially over the last four years which saw dramatic governmental changes mid-term. But no need to worry as we're joined by Dr. Lynette Ong of the University of Toronto to take us through the twists and turns of recent Malaysian politics and what the results of the recent election mean for the country. None of the major coalitions managed to achieve a simple majority in parliament after the election, leading to a period of negotiation between political forces. Anwar Ibrahim, who's been the leader of the opposition on multiple occasions since 2008, has managed to create an alliance of centre-right and centre-left political parties to become the leader of the ruling coalition. Follow us on Twitter @ballotworld and please rate and subscribe wherever you're listening!

Thoughts That Rock
Ep 132 - HOW TO BE KIND TO ANYONE (w/ Aziph Mustapha)

Thoughts That Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 29:38


TOPIC:  How to Be Kind to Others Even When They Don't Deserve ItGUEST: Aziph Mustapha THOUGHT #1Be Kind to Yourself FirstTHOUGHT #2Everyone You Meet is Going Through SomehtingTHOUGHT #3Kindness has Far-Reaching, Unexpected and (Sometimes) Miraculous Consequences CONNECT:Link Tree: linketr.ee/AziphMustaphaInstagram: @AziphMustaphaLinkedin: Aziph MustaphaYouTube:  @redbeardmediainternational7582 AZIPH MUSTAPHA'S BIO:Aziph Mustapha is a 30 year veteran of the corporate world in various industries. He started as an entry level bank employee and rose to become the CEO of Yayasan Inovasi Malaysia (a federal agency  developing grassroots innovation), starting up a number of companies in IT and education along the way.Aziph is a sought after public speaker, having delivered keynotes and presentations on five continents. Aziph is a regular face on Malaysian media, having been on all major TV networks as well as cable TV promoting various initiatives, or invited to give expert opinion on numerous topics. Needless to say, there are countless newspaper and magazine articles featuring him in the Malay, English and Chinese language newspapers and magazines.A passionate advocate of marginalized groups everywhere, Aziph has volunteered for and sat on boards of several non profits in the areas of gender equality, special needs students, entrepreneur development and religious tolerance. His current position as the Head of Culture and Engagement at a leading telecommunications group has called on his experiences in all these fields, in particular his ability to tell a meaningful and memorable story to any crowd which has led him to be invited to deliver keynotes in more than 15 countries. BRAND RESOURCES:Evergreen Podcast Network - EvergereenPodcasts.comThoughts That Rock – ThoughtsThatRock.comCertified Rock Star - CertifiedRockStar.comBooky Call - https://www.bookycall.comBooky Call - Book Review App on Apple - Apps.Apple.comBooky Call - Book Review App on Google Play - Play.Google.Com Service That Rocks: TCreate Unforgettable Experiences  and Turn Customers into Fans (Jim Knight) - ServiceThatRocksBook.comLeadership That Rocks: Take Your Brand's Culture to Eleven and Amp Up Results (Jim Knight) - LeadershipThatRocksBook.comCulture That Rocks: How to Revolutionize Your Company's Culture (Jim Knight) – CultureThatRocks.comBlack Sheep: Unleash the Extraordinary, Awe-Inspiring, Undiscovered You (Brant Menswar) - FindYourBlackSheep.comRock ‘n Roll With It: Overcoming the Challenge of Change (Brant Menswar) – RocknRollWithIt.comCannonball Kids' cancer – CannonballKidscancer.orgBig Kettle Drum - BigKettleDrum.comSpectacle Photography (Show/Website Photos) – SpectaclePhoto.comJeffrey Todd “JT” Keel (Show Music) - JT Keel

Your Last Meal with Rachel Belle

Yuna is an internationally acclaimed R&B pop star, born and raised in Malaysia. But after a decade of living in LA, and missing her mother's homemade nasi lemak and banana leaf rice, she and her husband finally succumbed to learning to cook the Malaysian dishes they miss most! Award-winning London chef and cookbook author Mandy Yi says it's common to eat six meals a day in Malaysia, and walks us through a day of meals, snacks, street food and night markets. Yuna talks about what it was like trying to get a record deal, as a Muslim woman who wears a hijab, and she shares a hilarious story about how a late night snack attack nearly got her into deep trouble with the Canadian government. Follow along on Instagram! Please subscribe to the *new* Your Last Meal newsletter so you can be the first to know about events, giveaways & content only available to subscribers! This episode is sponsored by:Ooni Pizza Ovens!Safe Catch tinned fish! Enter YOURLASTMEAL at checkout for 15% off!Pure Cravings cat food! Enter YOURLASTMEAL at checkout for 15% off!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Squash Radio
Round-Up (TBD): #5 Asian Swing

Squash Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 30:30


Guys, here's episode #5 of the Weekly round-up, catching you up on the headlines, results & rankings for Professional and College squash game.    Covered this week: What Bill is most ‘thankful' for after this Thanksgiving We share some sad updates with two people of note taking a step back from the game; Georgina Kennedy & Alan Thatcher We cover the action in Malaysian, with Gillis & Hesham coming through with well-earned victories. We also touch on the Hong-Kong Open, College Squash as well as some other love squash tidbits.  Don't forget, send in your fan questions or comments and we will read them on air.  Thanks for listening!   ***************   REACH OUT:  FAN FOLLOW UP > The Appendix!! In this segment, we will be sharing the feedback, comments, insights, you name it!  So reach out us on social media or email squashradio@gmail.com. As always, thanks for listening!    

The History Hour
Anwar Ibrahim and road safety inventions

The History Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 51:47


Max Pearson presents a collection of this week's Witness History episodes from the BBC World Service. Malaysia's Prime Minister, Anwar Ibrahim, recounts being put on trial for sodomy and corruption. Our guest is the BBC's South East Asia correspondent, Jonathan Head, who tells us about Malaysian political history. Iran's first women's minister describes the challenges she had to overcome. We hear how the seat belt and cat's eyes were invented. And a Swedish man remembers the chaos when his country switched to driving on the right-hand-side of the road. Contributors: Anwar Ibrahim - Malaysian Prime Minister. Mahnaz Afkhami - Iran's first Minister of Women's Affairs. Gunnar Ornmark - step-son of the inventor of the modern seat belt. Glenda Shaw - great-niece of the inventor of cat's eyes. Bjorn Sylvern - on Sweden switching to driving on the right-hand-side.

Al Jazeera - Your World
Anwar Ibrahim named Malaysian PM, Russia hits Ukraine infrastructure

Al Jazeera - Your World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 2:36


Stuff To Blow Your Mind
The Artifact Redux: Malaysian Spirit Boats

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 3:36


In this classic episode of STBYM's The Artifact, Robert discusses a most nautical form of exorcism...See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Table Manners with Jessie Ware
S14 Ep 8: Nikesh Patel

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 43:50


This week we welcome Nikesh Patel to Table Manners. We all fell in love with him as Tom Kapoor in Starstruck, and now we can watch him play a cop in the new crime thriller ‘The Devil's Hour', starring opposite Peter Capaldi. Nikesh came over, before a kids birthday party, for a spot of Lennie's ultimate….vegan cuisine. Whilst eating a stew, we talked about his mum's fabulous Gujarati food and her famous yellow Dahl, falling in love, bleaching his hair at school, Eminem and everything else in between. And now we all need to go to Kensal Green for Malaysian food. It was a pretty gorgeous Sunday afternoon. Thanks for coming down to hang out Nikesh. Go watch The Devil's Hour now x Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.