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Theatremakers return to work, but question remains whether live theatre can survive all the restrictions and regain its audience
Darshana Kumara Wijenarayana and his fiance, Pawani Rasanga, spent months planning a grand wedding. But when the coronavirus hit Sri Lanka, they decided to scrap their fancy party and help families in need.
Without surfers and sun worshippers from abroad, Indonesia’s Bali has been forced to diversify its economy.
Originating in India and practised in Thailand for centuries, the massage was popularised when a specialty school opened in the 1960s to train massage therapists from around the world.
Finas is planning to hold a festival unlike all the previous years with FFM31.
Life will never be the same again, even after the MCO/CMCO is lifted. But how exactly do we adapt to and survive the new normal?
Since its launch last year, the Indian animated series 'Mighty Little Bheem' has been seen by more than 27 million households.
Performing arts shows and exhibitions in the Klang Valley hit by wave of cancellations after CMCO announcement.
The first thing you’ll notice about Lang Tengah is the colour of the water: a striking blue gradient. Starting from the beach, the shades run from turquoise, to navy blue all the way out towards the South China Sea horizon.
'Get organised, exhibit your art online, think global,' says young Malaysian curator.