Time flies when you’re having fun. Heck, it flies even when you’re not. So it’s been almost a year since my last What’s On My Playlist? video. Someone once told me that the older you get, the less likely you are to listen to new songs. I find that to be true, given the stuff they’ve been playing on the radio these days. That’s not … Continue reading What’s On My Playlist: Vol. 3 – May 2019
If you’re big on culture and the arts, then the Ramayana Ballet @ Prambanan is a MUST-SEE when visiting Yogyakarta in Indonesia. A unique blend of Javanese dance and Hindu mythology, the performance is based on the Hindu epic Ramayana – and chronicles the tale of Rama, the Hindu prince on a quest to save his wife Sita from the clutches of an evil demon … Continue reading Why You Shouldn’t Miss The Ramayana Ballet @ Prambanan, Yogyakarta
Celebrate and explore Malaysia’s vibrant arts and culture scene at Diversecity 2017, an international arts festival held annually in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Happening throughout the month of September, visitors can expect a showcase of over 50 local and international acts across genres such as dance, music, visual arts, the arts and more at venues all around the capital. For lovers of dance and movement, … Continue reading Kuala Lumpur Events in September – Diversecity 2017: An International Art Festival
A friend once went through my playlist, looked at me weird and then said: “You don’t look like you listen to screamo.” I didn’t know you had to have a ‘look’ to listen to music. That’s like saying only people with piercings and tattoos are allowed to listen to rock. Or that you must have a Mohawk to listen to punk. Or people who like … Continue reading What’s On My Playlist?
I was quite disappointed that work didn’t let me off early on Mother’s Day. I ended up covering a cultural festival organised by the local council, with six international and local acts. Halfway through, my mum and dad even came around to join the festivities, so it was all good. 🙂 The acts were great as well! They should have given the event more exposure … Continue reading MPSJ International Cultural Festival 2015
We woke up early on our second day in Bali. Maximising travel time! There are lots of places to see on the island, so a few days really wasn’t enough for us. We were staying at Abian Srama Hotel in Sanur, about 20 minutes from the main town of Denpasar. The place was pretty old – the air conditioning was faulty when we checked in … Continue reading Barong Dance @ Sari Wisata Budaya Cultural Center, Bali