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Carving a literary legacy

The sponsor of the Calistro literary prize for Malaysian fiction for children shares his thoughts.


It begins with you

World AIDS Day (Dec 1) reminds us that there's still much to be done when it comes to spreading awareness about the disease. We need to get at it! While HIV treatment has become more accessible to patients, the number of HIV-positive people continues to increase, signaling a dire need for education, especially for healthcare professionals, in order for us to have the right perspective and fully understand the social and healthcare implications for people living with HIV (PLHIV).


Overcoming our phobia over sexuality

The May 29 launch to mark the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia aims to mobilise more Malaysians, whether lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, questioning or straight, to stand u...


Sasana: Bank Negara’s new art gallery

Bank Negara’s new art gallery has arresting architecture amidst lush greenery, easy access and cafe latte at just RM1.50. And, oh yes, 50 years worth of Malaysian art works.


Kelantan: Rustic riot of colour

To step into Kelantan is to go back in time. Western influence seem to have bypassed this state.The Malays, who make up over 95% of the state’s population, have managed to retain many of their...


Nature of contemporary art

Contemporary art is supposed to get in your face and elicit strong emotion.


Penang’s unique crafts

The traditional crafts of Penang were on show at the first anniversary celebrations of George Town’s Unesco World Heritage Site listing held at Armenian Street.


Haafiz Shahimi plays with pyrography and burns himself into his art

Haafiz Shahimi fires up the art scene through the scorching technique of pyrography.


Things that really count

Despite moving around a lot, the children stay grounded because they know home is where the family is.


Output, audiences and affordability

Just how accessible are theatre works to the masses?