In Malaysia, where religious and racial friction is commonplace, cultivating social cohesion remains a great challenge.
The world should go entirely cashless to prevent corruption and crime.
Empowering Sabahans to make films about themselves.
It’s sad to see that big blanket stereotype being thrown by the rest of the world at this region. But can you really blame them for thinking this?
So I wrote my first piece for CNN International. And it just had to be about hudud!
What’s with the eggs, Mr Minister? By Zan Azlee I have always found a majority of Malaysians as being apathetic in many things, and more specifically, regarding the conservation of […]
The Fat Bidin Vlog Ep 12 – What if Malaysia runs out of water? Hanging out with Nordin Abdul-Rahman, a water conservationist who has a cheap rain water harvesting system […]
The Fat Bidin Vlog Ep 11 – Hanging out in Sabah’s Cracko Art Group studio! Subscribe to the Fat Bidin YouTube Channel. Visit Cracko Art Group’s Facebook Page.
PINK LADLE presents In association with FAT BIDIN MEDIA THE FOOD SHOW (Ep 6 – Sabah Ngiu Chap & Wan Wan Fish Noodles!) Sabah has good food! Nuff said! Copyright […]
The importance of local community filmmaking By Zan Azlee When a journalist who comes from one area of the world flies in to another area and reports on a local […]
The Fat Bidin Vlog Ep 10 – Blue skies in Borneo (The Borneo Eco Film Festival) Subscribe to the Fat Bidin YouTube Channel.