Unity through fun

NIKI CHEONG LAST weekend, about 200 people came together at Lake Gardens in Kuala Lumpur for a picnic under the shady trees, all dressed in the colours of the Jalur Gemilang. The event – “Saya Mahu Picnic” – was organised by bizarre participatory arts group RandomAlphabets (RA) in just four days as a response […]

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Kita kawan mah…

What started out as a project among a bunch of colleagues hoping to spread some post-general election positivity has turned into a full-out campaign, one that seems set to spread all over the country. The Kita Kawan Mah project was started by a group of around 15 colleagues, mostly in their mid-20s to mid-30s, and […]

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Sarong fun

Kuala Lumpur was invaded by a mass of people donning the sarong in every creative manner last weekend, in a movement called Keretapi Sarong. The flashmob, organised by Random Alphabets, started at the KL Sentral train station and saw about 500 people from all walks of life joining in. Everyone sang and danced to live […]

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