Plight of Malayan tigers highlighted by CNY art installation in KL


The 'Live Wild And Prosper' installation at Kwai Chai Hong in KL, featuring Alice Chang's ‘Malayan Tiger Family’ sculpture, ushers in the auspicious Year of the Tiger while spreading awareness on the plight of the endangered Malayan tiger. Photos: Kwai Chai Hong

As we get ready to usher in the Year of the Tiger next month, a tiger family roams the streets at Kwai Chai Hong in Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown.

After unveiling The Lady art installation last year at this public art site, Alice Chang of Lai Lai Art Studio returns with her Malayan Tiger Family sculptures, depicting a pair of parent tigers looking after their cub.

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