Asia Calling Program 22 July 2017

The rise of cow vigilante groups in India. A new film explores the impacts of Australia's largest ever oil spill. A refugee child in Pakistan teaching adults, and reimagining the future of education.

Senin, 24 Jul 2017 09:56 WIB

We meet a child prodigy, who at just 11 years old has 4 languages under his belt, is teaching classes of adults, and is imagining a new future for education in his two home countries, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

A new film explores how Australia’s largest oil spill has had devastating impacts on Indonesian seaweed farmers, and traces their fight for justice.

At the end of the show we hear from Korea’s top rating baseball podcast that has an invisible behind-the-scenes twist.

But first up, we take a look at the rise of cow vigilante groups in India.

 

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