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Dreams Come True At The Edison, George Town

Last November I got lucky - I got to stay at my dream hotel and write about it too.  Read all about it in this article, published in The BrandLaureate Business World Review, January-February edition.


Book Review: Three Daughters of Eve

Despite minuscule flaws, Elif Shafak's Three Daughters of Eve has the ability to draw the reader into the world of religious conundrums, difficult dilemmas and personal reflection. Peri Nalbantoglu encounters a violent vagrant on the streets in Istanbul all because of her stolen purse. Though scatted, she gets through the misadventure and continues with her dinner party plans… Continue reading Book Review: Three Daughters of Eve

Books · Reviews

Book Review: The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad

A fan of Bollywood for three quarters of my life, it was a pleasant surprise for me when I found out one of my favourite actresses, Twinkle Khanna had ventured into writing - making waves in her homeland as a newspaper columnist and well-known author. The Barsaat, Mela and Dil Tera Diwana actress had disappeared under… Continue reading Book Review: The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad

Performing Arts · Reviews

Aladdin Flies High At PJ Live Arts

Enfiniti Academy's Aladdin Reloaded brought life and laughs with touches its own brand of Malaysian humour, slapstick comedy and popular songs.   Following the staging of Aladdin – A Musical Comedy in 2015, this year’s new content, jokes and choreography brought laughter on many levels for the entire family. In Aladdin Reloaded, the wicked wizard Abanaza… Continue reading Aladdin Flies High At PJ Live Arts

Performing Arts · Reviews

A Tale of Love and Language

A hybrid of complex yet simple, hilarious yet touching, educational and entertaining,  The Language Archive delivers and delivers spectacularly.  Written by playwright Julia Cho, the award-winning play has all the elements of a good time out at the theatre - an engaging story, lovable and deeply flawed characters and a few lessons. Presented by PH7 Production, the play… Continue reading A Tale of Love and Language

Music · Performing Arts · Reviews

Opening Minds to the Power of Drums

Music is one of the best things that man have created - and something that is best shared. The 4th installation of  International Drumming Festival -Kaleidescope 4: Drumming Nation was proof of this. Presented by Hands Percussion, the harmonious collaboration saw talents from Burkina Faso-US, Indonesia Germany and Malaysia, opening up the minds of music lovers… Continue reading Opening Minds to the Power of Drums