Malaysian red paper-cutting artist keen to preserve the traditional art form

Teo’s most complicated piece to date is entitled 'The Malay Wedding' measuring 62cm by 41cm. Photos: Eten Teo

What started as a yearly Chinese New Year tradition has evolved into an exploration of the art of paper cutting.

Eten Teo recalled being encouraged to make Lunar New Year decorations by his family when he was in his teens.

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