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Malaysia in 100 years: Will we still be multicultural?

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BFM talks to Aliran member Dr Johan Saravanamuttu, an emeritus professor of political science, to explore the notion of our demographic moving toward a larger percentage of Malay-Muslims and what it would mean for multiculturalism in the country.

How might this shape the future of our country’s policies, culture and values?

Produced by: Evening Edition
Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan and Sharaad Kuttan

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Dr Johan Saravanamuttu, a long-time Aliran member, is emeritus professor at Universiti Sains Malaysia, adjunct professor at the Asia Europe Institute, University of Malaya and adjunct senior fellow at the S Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University. He believes in politics as a vocation but is frustrated that it is often the refuge of opportunists and the morally depraved
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