Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur: Detail of a dragon motif on the grounds of Guan Di Temple, Chinatown.Kuala Terengganu: A woman works on her hand-drawn batik piece.Medini Mall, Nusajaya: A customer reads inside a café made from re-purposed shipping containers.Location - TerengganuDataran Merdeka – KL
hijab collecting in malaysia
we meet two women with 100 hijabs each
Fashion is home to collectors of all
stripes, with clotheshorse being the designated term for people who maintain
stuffed closets full of stylish pieces. But there are specialised fashion fans who
focus on shoes, bags, accessories, and the like. As a country with a
creative grants and where to find them
no better time to make your ideas a reality.
Whether you’re a filmmaker who wants to learn more about your craft, or an aspiring entrepreneur with a great idea for an app, there are a number of schemes available in Malaysia to support you. Some are funded by the government, while others come from independent bodies.
roaring for the new year
the lion dance is tradition every chinese new year
The lion dance is tradition every Chinese New Year for it is believed that the energetic and noisy performance - complete with cymbals, gongs and drums - chases away ghosts, evil spirits and bad luck.
chinese new year: snacks and cookies
loosen those belts, chinese new year is here!
Chinese New Year is
the biggest and most important celebration for the Chinese worldwide. The
auspicious 15 days mark the beginning of the Lunar calendar, and are filled
with customs and traditions associated with good fortune, happiness, wealth and
life in the back lane: klang valley
You’d be surprised what you can find when you
wander away from the main streets. In the first part of a continuing photo
series, we explore alleyways, side streets and jalan belakang to unearth
the life, art and business in these lanes.