Growing up in JB by Manga Thayee

The following video is from a public-speaking community project in Johor Bahru. It involves the Speakers Club, a group of mainly elderly Chinese living in and around Taman Pelangi, and the Kangkar Pulai Speakers, a group of Tamil housewives in Kangkar Pulai, a JB suburb. Club members create and deliver brief speeches on topics they are interested in. This is followed by a feedback session where members of the audience comment on what they liked about the speech and how it could be improved. The aim of this not-for-profit project is to help members learn how to express themselves effectively in public.

Growing up in JB by Manga Thayee

By MyCerita Rakyat

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