Overcoming barriers to creativity in Southeast Asia - in government and beyond

What are the barriers to creative freedom in Southeast Asia? Do the social, political, economic or cultural landscapes contribute to factors that deter creativity such as conformism, dogma and peer-pressure, unconscious bias, or selective perception? What results from these barriers and what can be done to overcome them?

Charles Landry interviews three leading creatives from Malaysia and Indonesia to hear their experiences of the importance of socio-political, economic and cultural context and nuance for enabling creativity to thrive.