The Ruan and only Malaysian


PETALING JAYA: When local musician Neil Chua Wey Chong is chosen to take part in the OneBeat programme organised by the US State Department, he will be representing more than just Malaysia.

He hopes to introduce the ancient Chinese musical instrument he plays – the Ruan – to a wider audience.

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