Busking in the limelight

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 16 Dec 2012

Freewheeling: Mohd Asri Asnawi on the flute (left) busking wth Aizad Azman. They love the sense of freedom busking gives them.

Some Malaysian buskers aim to show that performing on the streets can be a good way for young talents to express themselves and develop their art.

FAKHRUL Nizam Fauzi was only 16 when he had his first taste at busking. He says he saw some people busking at food stalls and noted that they had a good colletion.

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