Introducing children to Malaysia’s indigenous culture and folkloric heritage

Mathan Rajasingam (as Riki the Flying Fox) will take the audience through the stories and music of 'Asli – Resonance In Our Roots', an online performance. Photo: Yasodhaa Padmanathan

Settle in for a ride with Riki the Flying Fox as he takes you on a trip around the different landscapes he calls home in Asli – Resonance In Our Roots on Dec 5.

In this online performance of live music, puppetry and folklore, the vivacious Riki, played by Mathan Rajasingam, will whisk viewers from the comfort of their homes to the caves of Kelantan, the foothills of Mount Kinabalu, the forests and the wetlands, where we will meet a host of old world characters as well as new stories created for this show.

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