Let's talk about building a national railway museum together

‘Malaysia’s railway history’s current narrative frames it as a legacy of colonial-capitalist expansionism. That’s how it began, yes, but that’s only a small part of the picture. We need to consider what it means to Malaysia and Malaysians today,’ says Mahen. Photo: KTM

Do you like trains? Do you like museums? Do you wish museums would do something different?

There is an open call now for the (RE)MUSE - (RE)imagining A 21st century Malaysian Railway Museum workshop series, which will be presented by Projek Keretapi Kita and Japan Foundation Kuala Lumpur next month.

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