Malaysian dancer/choreographer Raziman Sarbini will explore the many uses of bamboo and the power it wields in a performance during Klwknd, or “Kuala Lumpur weekend”.
Malaysian dancer/choreographer Raziman Sarbini will explore the many uses of bamboo and the power it wields in a performance during Klwknd, or “Kuala Lumpur weekend”.
Malaysia

Malaysian festival celebrating food, fashion, films and books of Kuala Lumpur reveals the city’s stories in layers

  • The Klwknd festival, part of Art In The City, runs from November 25 to 28 and aims to bring people back together after 18 months of misery
  • Performances, pop-up markets, walking tours and lots more are designed to capture the bustling spirit of an ever-changing city

Malaysian dancer/choreographer Raziman Sarbini will explore the many uses of bamboo and the power it wields in a performance during Klwknd, or “Kuala Lumpur weekend”.
Malaysian dancer/choreographer Raziman Sarbini will explore the many uses of bamboo and the power it wields in a performance during Klwknd, or “Kuala Lumpur weekend”.
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