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Published:May 24th, 2011 09:21 EST
The SOP Radio Network Presents 'Crossed Cultures' with Lemuel Cacho and Sven Luetjens

The SOP Radio Network Presents 'Crossed Cultures' with Lemuel Cacho and Sven Luetjens

By SOP newswire2

Crossed Cultures is an East meets West radio program that discusses topics from politics to culture. It focuses on issues that deal with the role of the State and how it affects civil and political rights.

The idea came about when two friends, one from Manila, Philippines, the other from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, would spend hours chatting and talking online. Most of the time, they find themselves disagreeing about almost everything. They always end up debating and citing examples from their respective moral and political persuasions as well as their cultural backgrounds.

Crossed Cultures is hosted by Lemuel Cacho and Sven Luetjens and broadcast on The SOP Radio Network.

Lemuel Cacho is a Foreign Correspondent of NewsBlaze.com, an online newspaper and magazine, that has offices in California and Florida, USA. He writes business, science and technology articles as well as international humanitarian stories. He lives in Manila, Philippines. Follow Lem on Twitter: http://twitter.com/LemCacho

Sven Luetjens is a German citizen who is currently residing in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Sven studied in the Philippines in 2003. While still in school, Sven worked as a bilingual agent for a contact center in the Philippines to support himself and pay for his college education. Since 2007, he has been working in one of the biggest multinational companies operating in Malaysia.

They met and became friends in college. Lem was a lecturer and Sven was his student. It was a riot.

 

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