Peperangan Bintang: Bridging the Past and the Future

For this session of Moments with Yellowshorts, Nicholas speaks to Pak Dain and Tintoy Chuo both on a mission to revive a dying Malaysian cultural heritage, Wayang Kulit. This interview takes us into the heart of the Peperangan Bintang Wayang Kuit project, that is to make shadow-play exciting for the new generation of audiences by adapting the Star Wars: A New Hope.

Bawani The Courageous Activist

In this episode of Moments with Yellowshorts, Nicholas speaks to Ms. Bavani KS. Bawani, a name that many people in Malaysia have warmed up to after a viral video made its round through the social media. Nicholas want to more on the person behind Bawani KS, her personal life story, her drives and motivations as a social activist.

I Found My Long-Lost Dad

On this Christmas eve podcast of Moments with Yellowshorts, Nicholas speaks to Ms. Evelyn Leong who struggled with a nagging question everyday of her life since she was a young girl, “Where is my father?” We will not spoil the whole plot as we invite you to listen to Evelyn’s inspiring true story.

Krushna Prabaskar: The Gift of Blindness

For this edition of Moments with Yellowshorts, our Yellowshorts@Nicholas speak to Mr. Krushna Prabaskar; a blind man with a special talent for sharing his life and insights with whomever he meets.

The Kindness Project: One Kind Story at A Time

In this edition of Moments with Yellowshorts, Nicholas speaks with the founders of the Kindness Project, Ng Khai Yong and Chin Xin-Ci. The Kindness Project was started with the altruistic intent to propagate positive energy of kindness amongst the current wave of negative energy on the social media and traditional media realm.

The Law of Attraction Got Us Michael Losier

In this edition of Moments with Yellowshorts, Nicholas speak to best-selling author, trainer and speaker Michael Losier, author of the best selling book, Law of Attraction: The Science of Attracting More of What You Want and Less of What You Don’t.

An Engineer to Supermodel

In the Moments with Yellowshorts show, Nicholas is used to interviewing inspiring and insightful people but nothing prepared our host to have the chance to speak to an inspiring and also one of the most beautiful man in Malaysia, Wilson Tan, Asia’s Top Male Supermodel in 2011 and Malaysia’s Top Male Supermodel in 2012.

Power of 2 – Reon Schutte and Dr Billy Kueek

Nicholas go one on one with two prominent figures Reon Schutte and Dr Billy Kueek in conjunction with the upcoming Power of 2 event. Reon Schutte shared his his tale of hope and determination and prove to you that we have the Power of Choice in our hands. While Dr. Billy Kueek shares his story and strategies on harnessing the same life-changing choices has to make and turning them into life-altering Powers of Change.

Catherine Lim: Always Looking at the Bright Side of Life

Catherine Lim having polio has has given her the desire and impetus to inspire and empower others. She never fails to look at the brighter side of life and to see the good in everyone.

Celica Chew: Rebel with a Cause

In this segment on Moments with Yellowshorts, Nicholas Chan and co-host Sheryl Ho speaks to Celica Chew, a professional dancer who defied the odds and objections of his family to become one of Malaysia’s foremost hip-hop dancer.

Eric The Eel & The Jamaican Bobsled Team: Unlikely Olympic Heroes

The main event of the London 2012 Olympics has its curtain call, in this final episode we look at the Unlikely Olympic Heroes – Eric Moussambani aka Eric The Eel and the Jamaican Bobsled team. Their participation in the Olympics have sparked admiration and inspiration to all future athletes.

Volunteers: The Heart of the Olympic Games

In this episode of Unsung Olympic Heroes, we turn our focus to an indispensable part of the Olympic Games, for without this collective group of individuals; the games would never be the ultimate show on earth. We salute the Volunteers!

Dan Jansen: Third Time's the Charm

In this special edition of Inspiring Olympic Heroes, Inspire.FM has tweaked the schedule of this series to commemorate Malaysian badminton player, Dato’ Lee Chong Wei; to spur him on to fight for a spot for the next Olympiad in 2016.

Emil Zatopek: The Czech Locomotive

Emil Zapotek found running quite by accident, he was not born with the physique of a runner nor did he receive any kind of formal training, he JUST RAN!

Wilma Rudolph: Ailing Child to Olympic Champion

No Olympian has made a greater impact on sports, race and gender the way Wilma Rudolph has done. She was born prematurely on June 23, 1940 in St. Bethlehem, Tenn. She weighed 4 1/2 pounds. The bulk of her childhood was spent in bed. She suffered from double pneumonia, scarlet fever and polio.

Jesse Owen: Defying Hitler and Racism

Jesse Owens participated the summer Olympics in Berlin, even though there was hatred all around him in Hitler's Germany he fought hard and won a total of four gold medals. While Germany could only watch and grumble.

The True Spirit of Volunteerism

Moments with Yellowshorts feature Pavananthan and Ramesh from Action to Mobilize All Humanity Foundation (ATMAH), a Not-For-Profit charity organization that was set up to empower the squatter or lower income communities with education for a better tomorrow.

Eugenio Monti: The Rarest Medal of them All

Eugenio Monti an accomplished bobsledder with ten World championship medals (of which nine gold) and 6 Olympic medals made headlines in the 1964 Innsbruck Winter Olympiad that earned him a rare Olympic medal.

Defying the Odds: Karoly Takacs

In the 3rd episode of Unsung Olympic Heroes, we turn our focus to a very inspiring person who defied the odds after a freak accident to bounce back and became an Olympian Gold medalist twice, Karoly Takacs.

Taking One for the Team

Continuing with out Unsung Olympic Heroes series, in conjunction with the London 2012 Summer Olympiad. This week we will focus on Shun Fujimoto, a Japanese male gymnast.

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