If a percussionist isn’t around when his instruments make sounds, is it music?
What better way to celebrate the restoration of a long-lost film than to screen it in a regional arts festival?
This hugely anticipated festival, referred to as “a major Asian arts event” by The New York Times, was everything we hoped it would be and more.
Ticket to the world stage.
Spoiler alert: They’re not lying in their Facebook profile – they really do run a laundry business.
An eye-opening experience in a closed environment — the first art auction house in Malaysia set the bar very high today.
A savoir-faire that made a mark in the realms of delicacy, fashion and architecture.
This is a story about a man on a mission – an utter refusal to let local artistic talent go to waste.
“Hello. I am Gregor Samsa.”
Located right in the heart of the bustling Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Doraisamy has undergone revival but the facade has yet to lose its old charm.
“Reason to that, it’s on your wrist and you’ll be looking at it most of the time, and if you don’t like it, it’s not you.”
“…not just display clever art.”
The George Town Festival now includes the mainland into the celebration.
“Finishing strong is now what motivates me.”