In the first part of THE ASIAN RADIO SHOW this week, we have three Indian Comedians on our panel to discuss the business of Comedy. Is it possible to make a living from comedy, who pays your rent in the meantime, and how do you make it from Amateur to Headliner?
In the second part of THE ASIAN RADIO SHOW this week, Glynis Bartlam is in Arrowtown retracing the steps of some of our earliest Chinese migrants; those that settled next to the Arrowtown river in search of Gold. In the studio we talk to David Kim from the Korean New Zealand Business Council about what a potential free trade agreement between New Zealand and South Korea will mean for New Zealand.
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