For our last episode of THE ASIAN RADIO SHOW, the team that puts the show together – host and producer Sapna Samant and producers/reporters, Thom Watts and Glynis Bartlam, reminisce over the best stories, panel discussions and interviews of the last five years.
In the first part of THE ASIAN RADIO SHOW this week, our panel features Grant McLauchlan, the managing director of Crest Commercial Cleaning and Dr David Prentice, the Chief Executive and managing director of Opus International Consultants. Crest has already expanded into Asia via India and Opus is about to take their first steps into [...]Continue Reading →
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 first part of THE ASIAN RADIO SHOW this week, our panel discusses what its like being single in the Asian community. Bevan Chuang and Marilyn Walker share experiences of how their own community and western communities perceive them.
In the first part of this week’s THE ASIAN RADIO SHOW our panel discusses etiquette between western and Asian cultures. When many different cultures combine, with many different social behaviour expectations – how do we all get along without inadvertantly offending each other? Our panellists are Soo Young Lee and Lauren Lee.
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