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The pioneering KL Children's Theatre Festival 2005 ends today but the wheels have been set in motion for better things to come, says VERONICA SHUNMUGAM.
For the newcomer fan, I>Stomp/iisn't totally about brooms, bins and the kitchen sink. The subtle comedy element is the show's biggest pull and it's always a cast of eight to get the offbeat job done in any part of the world.
Tripping from sublime poetry to telling tomes on Africa, the continent that 'does not exist', THOR KAH HOONG ponders lightly on the music of verse and the special in the ordinary.
Defender P. Gunalan has seen the best and the worst of Selangor. Now that the good times are back, he hopes that the Red Giants will keep it on a roll.
Lim Si Pin is one of the 'rising sons' in Malaysian politics. He is different yet reminiscent of his famous father Datuk Seri Dr Lim Keng Yaik. In a frank and engaging interview with JOCELINE TAN and KHAW CHIA HUI, the 36-year-old corporate finance manager talks about how his father tried to discourage him from politics, his teenage fascination with kungfu, and how mind-mapping turned around his academic results in university.
Bollywood glitz and glamour have hit KLites big time and related clubs are sprouting fast in the Klang Valley.