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DECADES ago, Kelantan was well-known for their quality silver craft like brooches, rings, and kitchenware.
DECADES ago, Kelantan was well-known for its quality silver craft such as brooches, rings, and kitchenware. However, over the years, the demand has significantly declined.
THE annual Butterworth Fringe Festival (BFF) is back for the fourth consecutive year, featuring 17 local and six international performances.
OFTEN, students are urged to participate in activities beyond the four walls of their classroom to boost their knowledge and skills.
FROM AZRINA M. YUSOF-ONG , Chief Executive Officer , Teknologi Inovasi Solar Sdn Bhd Kuala Lumpur
This National Day, Pusaka unveils a new archival website documenting traditional performances.
A group exhibition ponders on what exactly does it mean to live together?
In the clamour to attain high industrialisation levels, it’s easy to forget about the importance of arts education in nation-building.
'Tanah Akhirku', a theatre production set against the backdrop of a Chinese tin mining community in 19th century Malaya, is about the desire of immigrants to assimilate and belong.
MALAY culture came alive in ‘Kelantan: A Living Heritage’, the opening show of the George Town Festival (GTF) 2018 now ongoing in Penang.