Paul Tan researches using pig cells to treat diabetes, then vox pops on the issue. Profiles of father/daughter Jean and Danny Wan, who work as chefs in Sky Tower restaurants.
An examination of people illegally installing home satellite dishes to watch TV from home. Street talk: are boy racers a menace to society? Bharat cooks spicy corn fritters.
Charity Operation Restore Hope raises funds to offer restorative surgery to Phillipine children with cleft lips and palates. Then a profile of Asian band Infinite Flying Kick.
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The subjects covered in this Asia Downunder episode range from how pig cells can be used to treat diabetes (Street Talk gets some public feedback on the issue) to the issue of illegal home satellite dishes. Operation Restore Hope's charity work in the Phillipines is examined and there are profiles of a father and daughter team of chefs, and of Asian rock band Infinite Flying Kick. Street Talk asks "are boy racers a menace to society?". Meanwhile in the kitchen Asia Downunder veteran Bharat Jamnadas cooks spicy corn fritters.
This title is available on request from Asia Vision.
Made with funding from NZ On Air
The band Infinite Flying Kick