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17 November 2011
Celebrate success, celebrate failure 1

On this week’s episode we will be taking a look at unconventional thinking, at innovation and competitiveness. Malaysians must be innovative in order to be competitive on the world stage. Or is that really even important? Isn’t it good enough to do the same old thing and be happy with our local market?

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2 November 2011
Quality Education

Everybody it seems to have an opinion about this week’s topic. What makes a truly world class, quality education? Everyone has a different opinion on what it should be, but most agree we don’t have it. Our correspondent Ezra Zaid goes in search for what makes a quality education.

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31 October 2011
Rubbish_2

Rubbish. We are surrounded by it, in our drains, along our roads, in our rivers… But whose problem is it? Yours, Mine, Government, Future Generations? As we hurtle towards becoming a developed nation, can we honestly consider ourselves developed if we are still surrounded in filth?

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17 October 2011
Kids at their desk

When Umapagan Ampikaipakan first spoke about an episode on Tamil education I listened with trepidation. Will this episode be a long 20 minute rant about all the things gone wrong, all that is inadequate and all the unsatisfactory outcomes from the 523 Tamil schools in this country.

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8 October 2011
Rivers 1

This episode reminds us about how rivers bring life to our city. And in effort to find out more about whether or not we can restore and revive our rivers again, Kam Raslan speaks to anglers who are dreaming of the day they could fish in the city again, the Department of Irrigation and Drainage and DBKL…

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1 October 2011
Herbal Abundance

Tongkat Ali, Kacip Fatimah, Misai Kuching; with about 6000 other medicinal plants our jungles are a giant pharmacy. But does our herbal industry have a future? Is its potential being tapped effectively?

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24 September 2011
Will Our Tigers Roar Again 1

This week we tackle Malaysian football. From its zenith in the 80’s, to its darkest days in the 90’s. And now maybe, just maybe, something to be proud of again. In the process, we spoke to people in the local football scene and also fans on what needs to be done to restore local football to its glory days.

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17 September 2011
Project Malaysia (1)

This week we take a look at the country as it greets its 48th Malaysia Day. We’ll take a brief look at the past but mostly we’re going to try to look at the future. We’re going to meet three groups of individuals (Serambi, UndiMsia, EPIC), young Malaysians who are just a handful of the young Malaysians taking it upon themselves to shape their own destinies and perhaps the nation’s.

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