Pusaka launches aid appeal to assist East Coast traditional performing arts communities


Kumpulan Mak Yong Cahaya Matahari, seen here with its principal custodian Mek Ti (centre, black top), is one of the affected communities that Pusaka is trying to help. Photo: Pusaka

Traditional culture organisation Pusaka has launched a donation drive to provide food aid to traditional arts communities in Kelantan and Terengganu.

This donation drive comes at a time when only essential services are allowed to operate under the nationwide full lockdown, which began today and is scheduled to end on June 14.

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