Our very own House of Ideas

  • Lifestyle Premium
  • Tuesday, 17 Jun 2014

Malaysian artist Alan Quah was happy to note that the Malaysian art scene is 'alive and improving, ready to replace old dinosaurs like me!'

The recent Comic Art Festival KL showed that the Malaysian comics scene is thriving and poised for greater growth.

CENTRAL Market in Kuala Lumpur has hosted many art-based events but it certainly hasn’t done very much for the comics world ... not until this month. June 7 and 8 saw the Comic Art Festival KL (CAFKL) held there, celebrating the creativity and diversity of the Malaysian comics and illustration scene and showcasing the works of 70-odd talents.

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

Next In News

British armed forces to allow people with HIV to enlist Premium
U.S. delegation met with Afghan Taliban representatives in Qatar -State Department Premium
Are salmon and trout the same type of fish? Premium
Austria extends COVID-19 lockdown by 10 days Premium
France sends more police to Martinique to quell COVID unrest Premium
Commonwealth nations face hurdles to follow Barbados' republican path Premium
Tired and broke, migrants in caravan turn back to Mexico's southern border Premium
Canada to ban travelers from Nigeria, Malawi and Egypt amid Omicron concerns - Toronto Star Premium
Lisbon hospital shuts children services due to Omicron COVID-19 case Premium
Ecuador to keep land border with Peru shut to try stop Omicron spread Premium

Others Also Read