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Loi Chin Yu Answers His Calling

My Calling My Act, My Stage is being marked as a return to the stage…

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Looking Backwards

Recent coverage in Kakiseni about the phenomenon of censorship in private sector Malaysian arts may…

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The Year The Arts Showed The Way (Part II)

In last week’s part of what the arts meant to 2007, I looked at what…

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The 60 Second Plug: ASWARA’S “Asyik”

Besides guiding, training and inspiring young minds towards greater things, the lovely folks at ASWARA…

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Tembak Shots: “LAMU: Performance art by Donna Miranda”

When Filipina choreographer Donna Miranda of the Quezon City arts group Green Papaya Art projects…

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Halcyon Days

Things began in 1975: the world’s first home computers were made available to the public;…

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The 60 Second Plug: Nyoba-Kan’s “Curse of the Forbidden Palace”

Tell us about yourself. I was born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, and I’ve loved…

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The 60 Second Plug: Balletbase’s “Take Flight”

Tell us a bit about yourself. In 1997, I went off to Harvard for four…

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Other Than Angkor – Pt. 2

Among the lesser-known temples at Angkor is a pyramidal mass of hewn stone blocks called…

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Other Than Angkor – Pt. 1

‘Stung Treng 216 km’ flashed on the blue signboard as our bus sped along the…

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The 60 Second Plug: Lapar Lab’s “Five Alone”

Tell us a bit about Five Alone — how was it conceptualised? What can the…

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The 60 Second Plug: Sankai Juku’s “Hibiki”

Hibiki is described as a work of “unparalleled simplicity and poetic beauty”. What can you…

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Dream Merchants

Inter-ethnic understanding is a high priority for many groups, and National Service doesn’t really seem…

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Take The Lead – Choreography for non-choreographers: The dance of democracy

Can I use the word “inscrutable” to describe an ethnic Chinese man without being accused of…

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The Awards FAQ

As we go crazy dealing with the DBKL, the VVIP, and the scariest of them…

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The Pied Piper of Penang

The first question Janet Pillai asks me when she sees me is: “Have you finished…

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THE 2005 NOMINEES!

dance nominees BEST GROUP PERFORMANCE Prize of RM1,000 and Tumasek Pewter Trophy En-Body-Men, choreographed by…

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Nomadic Dancers of Kuala Lumpur

The 2nd National Chinese Cultural Dance Competition organised by the Chinese Language Society of Malacca…

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Crawl, Wriggle, Squirm, Walk, Run, Jump!

“My mother told me I was very good at art, singing and dancing so she…

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Enough Is Enough!

We’ve heard it before (and will continue to hear it). Man fed up with world…

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The Undanced Heroes of Malaysia

Two years ago, French human resource consultant Cyril Rayer took a sabbatical – to “leave…

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The Goddess of Big Things

Belly Tribe – don’t you love the name? – was staged at Velvet Underground, Zouk,…

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We Still Haven’t Found What We’re Looking For

Ever play a round of table tennis with your eyes? Yeah, that’s right, with your…

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Swami Shanthanand Saraswathi, 1934 – 2005

Swami Shanthanand Saraswathi came to Malaysia in 1970, and like all visiting Hindu monks, gave…