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Asian Threads
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Sponsored by Congratulations to Reenita Malhotra Hora Congratulations to Reenita Malhotra Hora, producer of Radio 3's Asian Threads . She's the winner of the Gold Radio Trophy in the category of Current Affairs, for her programme 'The Girl in the Green Dress' at the prestigious New York Festivals International Competition. She's seen here collecting the trophy at a special Gala event in New York City on Monday 17th June. Stay tuned for another chance to hear this award winning documentary on ...
 
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Yanto Yan - An Exploration of Hong Kong's Indian Community
 
Yanto Yan - literally translated, this means "Indian." Stalwarts of the local community, the Hong Kong Indians have made a significant impact on the SAR. In the pre-war period, there were about 7,000 Indians in Hong Kong, most of them soldiers and early traders. Today this number has increased to around 25,000 an you can find them in just about any profession. In this special 6 episode series, Reenita Malhotra Hora embarks on a series of conversations with the Indian community of Hong Kong.
 
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The Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2013
 
RTHK Radio 3 is proud to be a media partner of The Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2013. Our presenters Noreen Mir and Reenita Malhotra Hora will be talking to authors from around the world about their writings and works. You also can hear highlights of some literary events and talks throughout the 11-day festival in our Bookmarks book website. Enjoy Reading! Happy Listening!
 
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State of the Art
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'State of the Art' is a new weekend program focusing on in depth conversations with authors and artists about the elements that influence their work. Books and art are favorite pastimes for many Hong Kong-ers especially to relax with on the weekend. Or to offer an escape to a new world, away from the humdrum of daily life. When it comes to books, there is so much out there in English, Chinese translations and from the rest of Asia. All too often, a reader's interest is piqued by the story be ...
 
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So, you’ve started your podcast—defined your topics, lined up your guests, recorded some episodes—and now you want to really make it stand out. We’re dropping advice to help you with how to podcast for brands in this stage of your podcasting journey. Check out the first episode in the series, called “How to Start Podcasting for Brands,” if you’ ...…
 
Welcome to a new week on Money for Nothing with Reenita Malhotra Hora. This morning we talk to our regular Monday commentator, international economics correspondent Barry Wood, on the line from Washington DC. And we have three other guests in the stud
 
Welcome to Money for Nothing with Reenita Malhotra Hora - and a strong flavour of Singapore. Our markets guest, David Mann of Standard Chartered Bank, joins us on the line from the Lion City. And Tan Kin Lian, of Tan Kin Lian & Associates, will tell
 
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Money for Nothing
 
On Money For Nothing with Reenita Malhotra Hora. Joining us for a look at the markets is Francis Lun, of GEO Securities. And after yesterday's meeting of Euro-group ministers, we'll discuss whether it's a make or break moment for Greece with Andrew F
 
Welcome to a new week on Money for Nothing with Reenita Malhotra Hora. We consider the possible effect of the UK election outcome with our international economics correspondent Barry Wood. We also hear from the ReOrient Group’s David Goldman, on the e
 
Welcome to Money for Nothing with Reenita Malhotra Hora. We’ll be looking ahead to the UK General Election and what it may mean for the business environment. Joining us for our market analysis is Haitong Securities’ Andrew Sullivan. We also hear about
 
Good morning and welcome to Money for Nothing, with Reenita Malhotra Hora. Joining us for our market analysis is Mark Matthews of Julius Baer. Then we hear from BlackRock Real Estate’s John Saunders, who'll talk about mainland China property. Our third
 
Welcome to Money for Nothing -- and welcome back to Reenita Malhotra Hora, who returns as programme presenter. First off, we talk to John Schofield of Tempus Investment, who gives us his take on what's been a momentous week for the markets. Next, Glob
 
Ira Trivedi was in town for the HK International Literary Festival to launch her book 'India in Love' which focuses on India's sexual revolution. But Ira usually writes fiction, so Reenita Malhotra Hora asked her why she chose to do things differently ...
 
Ira Trivedi was in town for the HK International Literary Festival to launch her book 'India in Love' which focuses on India's sexual revolution. But Ira usually writes fiction, so Reenita Malhotra Hora asked her why she chose to do things differently ...
 
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Yanto Yan - An Exploration of Hong Kong's Indian Community
 
Today marks the end of Yanto Yan series – an exploration of Hong Kong’s Indian community. On this final episode, Reenita Malhotra Hora talks with Faride Shroff and Jeffrey Andrews, two members of the community who are working hard to impact social change
 
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Yanto Yan - An Exploration of Hong Kong's Indian Community
 
Chinmaya Mission is a South India based mission that aims to spread awareness of India's ancient Vedic philosophy. This week, on Yanto Yan, Reenita Malhotra Hora talks with Swami Swaroopananda and Swamini Supriyananda, two members instrumental in establ
 
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Yanto Yan - An Exploration of Hong Kong's Indian Community
 
Yanto Yan is a portrait of Hong Kong's Indian community but it also refers to a web portal for the Indian community here. This week, Reenita Malhotra Hora talks with its founder, Kannan Ashar and also with Google executive, Vaishnavi Jayakumar about here
 
The 1947 Partition of India and Pakistan transformed the lives of thousands of South Asians who were forced to flee their homes at a moment's notice. On Asian Threads, Reenita Malhotra Hora explores the personal stories of three people who were displacedBy Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
The 1947 Partition of India and Pakistan transformed the lives of thousands of South Asians who were forced to flee their homes at a moment's notice. On Asian Threads, Reenita Malhotra Hora explores the personal stories of three people who were displacedBy Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
Fed up of the law? Take it easy...you might find some humour in the situation. On the 123 Show, Reenita Malhotra Hora talks with Mr Justice Kemal Bokhary, author of The Law is a Crocodile.
 
Fed up of the law? Take it easy...you might find some humour in the situation. On the 123 Show, Reenita Malhotra Hora talks with Mr Justice Kemal Bokhary, author of The Law is a Crocodile.
 
This season of Asian Thread focuses on change and transformation. Today, on the last episode of 2013, Reenita Malhotra Hora features the highlights of the season thus far. (Sun 8.30am-9am)By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
On Asian Threads, Reenita Malhotra Hora explores stories of transforming identity by crossing boundaries.(Sun 8.30am-9.00am) 1-12-2013By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
The Chinese Communist Party has just come out of its Third Plenum with a pledge to let the markets take greater control of the economy. But many analysts believe that China is a stumbling giant. This is what Reenita Malhotra Hora looks at today on Asian TBy Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
This week, Reenita Malhotra Hora talks with Wendy Law-Yone, a Burmese-American author about the story of her father, Edward, a pioneering editor and activist in the fifties and sixties.6-1-2013By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
This week, Reenita Malhotra Hora reflects on the stories of this year, specifically those that are woven into the fabric of Asian history. 30-12-2012By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
The Hans Anderson Club will introduce a Freshman reading project using the power of storytelling to integrate newly arrived families into the local community. Reenita Malhotra Hora visited their centre in Wong Tai Sin to talk with their programme officerBy Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
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RTHK: HK Literary Festival 2012
 
Alison Wong is a poet and novelist of New Zealand Chinese ancestry. Her first novel, As the Earth Turns Silver, won the 2010 New Zealand Post Book Award for Fiction. She was joined by RTHK's Reenita Malhotra Hora to discuss her book's themes love, racialBy Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
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RTHK: HK Literary Festival 2012
 
John Boyne is author of the bestselling book, The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and the newly published The Terrible Thing that Happened to Barnaby Brocket. He talked to RTHK's Reenita Malhotra Hora and local students about his writing style and work.By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
Join Reenita Malhotra Hora on Asian Threads this week as she follows the story of Asian cuisine seen through the lens of John Krich, author of "A Fork in Asia's Road". (Sun 8.30am~9.00am) 23-9-2012By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
On this week's episode of Asian Threads, Reenita Malhotra Hora follows the fascinating journey of Chris Exline and how personal experiences are critical to the success of his company, Home Essentials.(Sun 8.30am~9am) 10-9-2012By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
Reenita Malhotra Hora took a trip to the Hong Kong Book Fair to scope out some of the English language authors who presented to audiences. Among them was India's top author Chetan Bhagat who wrote "Five Point Someone." The book that was the basis for t...
 
Reenita Malhotra Hora took a trip to the Hong Kong Book Fair to scope out some of the English language authors who presented to audiences. Among them was India's top author Chetan Bhagat who wrote "Five Point Someone." The book that was the basis for t...
 
Have you lived in any one place long enough to designate it as home even though you are originally from somewhere else? Do you identify yourself with where you were born or where you live? On this episode of Asian Threads, Reenita Malhotra Hora examines iBy Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
Have you ever wondered about the origins of the Dragonboat festival? Or why proverbs are so important in Chinese colloquial dialog? On this episode of Asian Threads, Reenita Malhotra Hora takes a look at three Chinese folk tales that have influenced languBy Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
Adeline Foo's best known series is "The Diary of Amos Lee". Reenita Malhotra Hora asked her about why did she start to write Amos Lee and how has she been involved in the adaption of her book in the TV series.
 
Adeline Foo's best known series is "The Diary of Amos Lee". Reenita Malhotra Hora asked her about why did she start to write Amos Lee and how has she been involved in the adaption of her book in the TV series.
 
Reenita Malhotra Hora asked Australian author Chris Cheng about what book trailor means and do writers have to sell their books themselves.
 
Reenita Malhotra Hora asked Australian author Chris Cheng about what book trailor means and do writers have to sell their books themselves.
 
Reenita Malhotra Hora was joined by Eliza Teoh to talk about the character "Ellie Belly" and to read an extract of her book.
 
Reenita Malhotra Hora was joined by Eliza Teoh to talk about the character "Ellie Belly" and to read an extract of her book.
 
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RTHK: Hong Kong International Young Readers Festival 2012
 
Adeline Foo is a Singaporean author. Her best known series is “The Diary of Amos Lee”. Reenita Malhotra Hora asks her about why did she start to write Amos Lee and how has she been involved in the adaption of her book in the TV series.By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
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RTHK: Hong Kong International Young Readers Festival 2012
 
Christopher Cheng is an author of fiction, non-fiction and picture books from Australia. Reenita Malhotra Hora asks Christoper about what book trailor means and do writers have to sell their books themselves.By Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
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RTHK: Hong Kong International Young Readers Festival 2012
 
Peter Brown is one of the guests of the Hong Kong International Young Readers Literary Festival 2012. Peter talks to Reenita Malhotra Hora about his favourite children book and tell her why picture books are important. He also gives advices to young rBy Radio Television Hong Kong.
 
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