Penangite goes the extra mile to preserve the wayang kulit

Murshid (right) has been learning wayang kulit from Mohd Jufry since 2005. Photos: Sheela Chandran

Wayang kulit student Murshid Mohd Hussain, 37, is proud of his Malay heritage. And he is going all out to preserve its rich culture.

The Penangite has been learning wayang kulit since 2005, and he is captivated by this ancient Malaysian performance art form.

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