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Be a witness to the collaboration of music and arts.
WHEN it comes to an exciting combination of art and music in one event, look no further than Tiger Translate. To be held on June 14 at Kenanga City in Kuala Lumpur, this event features live performances by English alternative band Editors, indie rock outfit Chochukmo and Manic Sheep. Local musician OJ Law will be bringing his signature electro-pop music to the event as well.
The event will also see graffiti artiste Kenji Chai, tattooist Lynda Chean with graphic designers Tsu Ann and Jayme from Kickatomic collaborating for a live art project.
Since 2005, Tiger Translate has been showcasing the best collaboration of music and arts in various cities including New York, London and Dubai.
The platform aims to celebrate global creativity through the exposure of various cultures and experiences.
The exclusive event is by–invitation only and Star2 wants you to be a part of it.
For a chance to walk away with a pair of passes to Tiger Translate Malaysia 2014, answer the following question: which country is the Editors from? There are 300 passes up for grabs.
Send your answer to email@example.com now! Don’t forget to include your name, IC number and phone number. Contest ends June 6, 2014. Terms and conditions apply.
The Tiger Translate event in Kenanga City, Kuala Lumpur on June 14 is strictly open to non–Muslims aged 18 years and above. For more on Tiger Translate and its past events, please visit www.tigertranslate.com.my.
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