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Staying at the forum, Ken Yeang's was not one of the slickest presentations of the event. For the most part inaudible, the eco-superstar bumbled his way through with a selection of slides that seemed foreign to both audience and speaker. In his defence, Yeang was always going to disappoint the crowd after a sycophantic introduction from Piers 'Gusher' Gough. Hailing the 'future Lord Yeang', Gough then described his designs as like 'Norman Foster on speed.' Having heard the talk, morphine is perhaps more accurate.

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