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By Suria Published: 19 Jul 2017 Audio: Malay
Of stereotypes and comedies. Often expressed as a joke, racial stereotypes in comedies are often being seen less offensive. DETIK looks into the issue of racial stereotypes, particularly on the Malay community, and uncover the messages behind the videos on casual racism - Awkward Situations Only Indians/Malays/Chinese Understand– in an interview with local comedians Fakkah Fuzz as well as Haresh Tilani and Terence Chia from Ministry of Funny who are involved in the three-part videos. DETIK also finds out if stereotypes could also lead to discrimination in terms jobs and career opportunities among the minorities. This episode also peeks into the line-up of programmes to be showcased in Esplanade’s Pesta Raya – Malay Festivals of Arts.
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