There is a lot more going on in the mind than we realise. In 2005, America’s National Science Foundation published an article that revealed the average person has between 12,000 and 60,000 thoughts per day – and 80 percent of these thoughts are negative. For many, negative contemplation often gravitates towards anxiety, depression and thoughts of… Continue reading 10 Year Anniversary Show: The Edge
Last year, I had the opportunity to speak to one of Malaysia's talented dancers, Rathimalar Govindarajoo. I remember our interview at Old Town Kopitiam at Bangsar LRT and how candid she was about the struggles and challenges she faced as a dancer-choreographer-teacher in Malaysia. I couldn't help but admire her ability to get past her… Continue reading #TBT Rathimalar Govindarajoo
My take on the performing arts industry and views from three talented Malaysian artists - published on TwentyTwo13.my
New Year = New Life The moments between 31 December and 1 January are treasured moments. Nothing can beat the anticipation that permeates in the air. A restless breeze that whispers sweet promises before disappearing, but not before a few revelations of its own. Creative ideas on achieving goals of the past year. Fresh minty… Continue reading 2018 – When Dreams Become Reality
For those of you who missed theatrethreesixty's Every Brilliant Thing, you're in luck. theatrethreesixty will be bringing the funny yet reflective play by Duncan Macmillian from December 1 to 10 at a brand new space - Lot'ng Art Space, the theatre company's brand-new home in the heart of the USJ Taipan business centre. The quirky, one man… Continue reading Every Brilliant Thing At Lot’ng Art Space
Please don’t mind the guy in the corner, he doesn’t know he’s unemployed. Yes, you will be attended to shortly. The woman over there? “Till death do us part.” You don’t want to know. Oh yes, we will understand you - Malay, English, Chinese, we all speak it. That boy over there? Family. Estranged. Stuck in his head.… Continue reading Immerse Yourself: L5-7-44
Feeling blessed that I've had the opportunity to interview and write about performing arts advocates in Malaysia. And I'm looking forward to do much more!