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Where Malaysian arts and culture is concerned, grassroots communities are leading the way. Here are five voices of the people for the people.
There are many festivals to celebrate in Sarawak this July.
Hendri Take has it all – looks, talent, personality – so it’s hard to imagine he was once painfully shy. Though he enjoys cooking, yoga gives him gratification and peace.
A former school teacher’s hobby has turned into a valuable documentation of a fast disappearing way of life.
Jason Brooke, the co-founder of Brooke Heritage Trust, is working on projects to enrich and preserve the history of Sarawak during the era of the White Rajahs as well as being adviser for an upcoming film on his ancestor, Sir James Brooke.
Denise Keller was 12 when she first attended yoga classes. She was amazed at how the students – all “aunties” – were bendy and stretchy, and she was hooked!
New York-based Malaysian dancer Raziman Sarbini to choreograph and perform a dikir barat-inspired work at George Town Festival’s opening show 'Kelantan'.
Joe Sidek wants to reposition Sarawak's image as more than just an adventure destination, but also a cultural one abundant with diverse potential.
From Kuala Lumpur and Selangor across to Penang and Melaka, and all the way to the jungles of Sarawak, you won't want to to miss these arts events and festivals in 2018.
Get your fringe on: the inaugural Rainforest Fringe Festival in Kuching is all about artful diversity