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Puppets tell story of harmony

OMBAK Potehi’s upcoming Kisah Pulau Pinang (The Penang Story) is a tale of love and friendship irrespective of race which shone through turbulent times including the Japanese Occupation.

Winter ambience in hues of blue and white complete with igloo at shopping centre

ATRIA Shopping Gallery, Petaling Jaya is taking Christmas further up north to the Arctic with its celebration and decoration.

Engaging with the young is essential in keeping wayang kulit relevant

CUSTOMS and culture expert Siri Neng Buah believes that adaptation or experimental works to modernise wayang kulit shows are one way of making the art relatable in a modern setting.

At gamers' meet in Tokyo, absent Nintendo is talk of the town

The Tokyo Game Show is one of the world's biggest draws for gamers and developers, but the talk amid the virtual reality headsets and robot arms is of the industry giant that never turns up: Nintendo Co Ltd.

Wayang kulit meets Japanese puppetry

IN CONJUNCTION with DiverseCity 2015: Kuala Lumpur International Arts Festival, two countries came together to put on an interesting show.


Projek Seni Kami is showcasing the artworks made by orang asli children to raise funds towards conducting monthly creative workshops for orang asli, shelters and underprivileged youths. The event will include an exhibition of the children’s previous works, shadow puppet show, live drawing and performances by musicians and poets. It will be held at Kedai Sebalah, 1, Jalan SS 6/20A, PJS 8, Petaling Jaya, from 11am to 5pm this Sunday. For details, call 012-232 1931 (Prethiba).

Let Butterworth emerge from sidelines to host its own festival one day

AN air of vibrancy filled Butterworth old town in mainland Penang as it basked under the international spotlight during the inaugural Butterworth Fringe Festival (BFF).

What to watch this week: Min-young, macho men, well-mannered Miley and more!

A few recommendations for your TV-watching pleasure.

Issey Miyake: 50 years of making connections

The designer understood far earlier than most the value of incorporating the disciplines of technology and art in his work.