Nafas festival brings environmental education and the arts to a virtual audience

Orang Asli group Luhiew Renaweij is part of this year's Nafas festival line-up. It features Alang, in the middle, on a pensol (nose flute), and Herry who plays the kereb (bamboo guitar). The performers hail from the Semai community in Perak. Photo: Luhiew Renaweij

In conjunction with World Rivers Day on Sept 26, the Nature Art Festival (Nafas) is set to return for its second edition with a week-long eco-friendly arts programme.

Happening from Sept 25 to Oct 2, Nafas 2021's hybrid programme will take on a mainly digital form, with free online content that will be streamed via Rakan Segari’s Facebook page. On-site activities will also be held for local communities in the Manjung district (about 60min from Ipoh) in the southwestern part of the state of Perak.

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