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KOTA KINABALU: The recent incident where artworks at the ruins of a colonial building downtown were removed should not dishearten local artists, says Sabah Tourism, Culture and Environment minister Datuk Jafry Ariffin.
Here are diverse Malaysian artists who are transforming repurposed waste and discarded objects into art
KUALA LUMPUR: Contemporary artist Red Hong Yi’s installation work, a world map made entirely of 50,000 green-tipped matchsticks, has made the cover of the latest issue of Time magazine on global climate change.
Red Hong Yi's latest artwork surrounding global climate change makes the cover of 'Time' magazine
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (April 10)
Red Hong Yi: 'Taking action is everything; when you choose to live a more sustainable life'
THIS year, more than ever, we have seen the need for a more cohesive and cooperative creative environment here in Malaysia. With Covid-19 dominating the year and paralysing many sectors of the creative economy, it has become clear that we cannot just sit around and wait for a vaccine to be found in order for things to start looking up again.
Disposable or vital art: how will PSA posters on social media be remembered after the pandemic?
Malaysian artist Red Hong Yi speaks out against anti-Asian hate crimes and racism through her 'I Am Not A Virus' portraits.
Next year, plan a holiday to Sabah’s West Coast and Kudat divisions to experience its culture, tradition, food and general way of life.