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It’s been five long months since the Damansara Performing Arts Centre had a live audience at a performance but that’s about to change. This month the centre welcomes back visitors with The Meeting, a musical endeavour that brings together a diverse set of musical influences.Sape musician Alena MurangThe Meeting received…

“Your Berry Best Friend” hails the 2020 campaign from the US Highbush Blueberry Council, which recently kicked off its new season with a blueberry-themed tea party at TCH Foodworks. Guests were invited to celebrate the launch by indulging in a spread of delights made from the superfood while being wowed…

Get into weekend mode at Cinnamon Coffee House which is offering a fabulous All-You-Can-Eat Tunch - that's lunch and tea - promotion all through August! Take your pick from an array of 70 local and Western made-to-order delicacies including Baked Seafood with Mornay Sauce and Cheese, Sotong Masak Lemak Cili Api,…

Opening on 20 August, Richard Koh Fine Art presents Locating Malaysian Contemporary Art: The Echo Boomers, a group exhibition featuring the works of Malaysian artists Faizal Yunus, Izat Arif, Joshua Kane Gomes, Lee Mok Yee, Mark Tan and Sarah Radzi.The exhibition comprises 14 new works presented in a variety of…

It’s a busy month at A+ Works of Art which celebrates its third anniversary this August with a trio of diverse exhibitions. The gallery recently opened up its physical space to the public for the first time since the Movement Control Order was implemented in March, offering up the group…

‘Don’t Join The Crowd’ holds the message from the nation’s largest integrated resort hub, Desaru Coast. With safety and new norms central to its operations, the resort urges holidaymakers and travellers to avoid densely populated areas and instead take advantage of the destination’s expansive space totalling to some 3,900 acres…

Leading Malaysian contemporary artist Ivan Lam recently returned to Wei-Ling Gallery with an exhibition that charted a non-linear passage through time, taking objects and ideas that have occurred in his practise over the decades and adding insight and context to them. Small works + drawings was a sort of general…

If you or anyone you know is about to uproot or relocate, and you’ve got unneeded furniture or household items to drop, hit up the Badass Monkies and they’ll swing by! The charitable organisation has added another feather to its CSR cap with the Badass Monkies Furniture CampaignNot only will…

Kuala Lumpur is a melting pot of multicultural modernity that has an uncanny way of charming anyone who takes to its streets. Historic monuments stand side by side steel-clad skyscrapers, lush parks and even rainforest (in the city!) – the old meets the new here to striking effect.If you’re wondering…

Kuala Lumpur might not be the first place that comes up when talking about street art but the Malaysian capital actually has a wealth of supremely talented artists who use the roads, back alleys, highways, walls and more as their canvas.  If you’re exploring the inner streets of KL (and…