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Where there is a will there is a way #8211; that old saying has been a credo for Roshadah Yusof, better known as Kak Ros, a 40-year-old batik entrepreneur in Pulau Langkawi, Kedah.
The 1980s can be regarded as an interesting time for Malaysian architecture. It was during this decade that the nation became deeply preoccupied with the notion of national identity; a quest that soon traversed the built environment as well.
B>TOKYO:/BAn early Van Gogh oil painting would have changed hands for just about US$80 (RM304) as the work of an anonymous artist at an auction scheduled for this weekend, if not for a last-minute seal of authentification.
A quick look around the major art spaces in the Klang Valley reveals an interesting start to the year in art, writes artist VICTOR CHIN.
With high-tech intelligent lighting and a refurbished railway carriage for a cafeteria, this is one very unusual factory. COLIN KHOO tours an elegant space.
The Baba Nyonya tradition, an interweaving of Malay and oriental traditions, is best described as a timeless culture, unique to Malaysia. A Kebaya Nyonya exhibition would be held at Balai Seni Lukis Negara from Feb 23 to 27 to thrust this centuries-old culture into the modern era.
VICTOR CHIN writes about a unique experience when he participated in a programme that introduces disabled young people to the arts.
To the deaf community in Malaysia, Lim Anuar is a well-known artist. Mention his name in the hearing world, however, and there'll be blank looks even though his work can certainly stand on its merits in any world, hearing or not.