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Date : Monday, 19 July 2010

Time : 21:30 - 22:30

Venue : No Black Tie, 17 Jalan Mesui, KL

Lifted from the FB Event page:

Dear friends,

After a long hiatus, I am pleased to present the following line-up of writers for our next CeritAku@readings at No Black Tie.

We have some emerging and established voices, including poet/playwright Alfian Sa'at from Singapore, Shirley Lim, eminent Malaysian writer/poet based in UC Berkeley California and poet/politician Dr Nasir Hashim, Adun for Kota Damansara and leader of PSM (Parti Socialis Malaysia).

The evening promises to be an enlightening and inspiring one for lovers of the written and spoken word.

Please feel free to pass this on and we hope to see you there!

Thanks and regards
Bernice.

 
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Date : 26 June 2010
Time  : Morning til Late
Venue : Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre @ KLPac
Admission : Pre-Sale Price - RM 30
                     At The Door - RM 40

Pre-Sale Tickets on sale NOW!!

Lifted from the Urbanscapes FB Page:

"Urbanscapes is organised by KLue and is the first and only all-day “user-generated” creative arts festival. Urbanscapes aims to bring together communities and participants from the fields of music, arts, lifestyle, film under a single banner to showcase the best of the local scene."

After being rebooted in 2008, Urbanscapes is back again!!!

As of right now only the Music line-up has been confirmed. And it looks pretty good, with bands like Kyoto Protocol, SevenCollar T-Shirt, Couple, Khottal, hip-hop acts like Altimet, Rogue Squadron, Reefa,and new acts like An Honest Mistake, Rosevelt and Diandra Arjunaidi just to name a few.

 If the last 2 Urbanscapes are anything to go by, we'll sure be in for a rocking day ahead.

So pick up your tickets NOW!!

This post will be updated as and when new information regarding line-ups and acts become available. So check back with us soon!!

You can also check out the Urbanscapes website for more details.
 
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Date: Saturday, 22 May 2010
Time: 11:00 - 13:00
Location: Instant CAFE's HOUSE of ART and IDEAS [CHAI]
Street: No. 6, Jalan 6/3, Off Jalan Templer, Section 6
Town/City: Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

The following is lifted from the FB EVENT page:

Tea with Nehru

Today the Republic of India is a sign of Asia's emergence as the site of global economic and political power as one of the four so-called BRIC nations. But half a century ago, India was a sign of the then international anti-colonial struggle. Its leaders showed the way for the Third World both as a model of resistance to colonialism as well as a model in structuring a post-colonial order that would deliver on the promises of the nationalist movement.
 
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Date: Wednesday, 19 May 2010
Time: 20:30 - 22:30
Location: Instant CAFE's HOUSE of ART and IDEAS [CHAI]
Street: 6, Jalan 6/3, Off Jalan Templer
Town/City: Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

The following is lifted FB EVENT page:

CHAI celebrates MIGRATION this season!

Next up we have...

The HUI (Chinese Muslims) Identity and Culture
by Rosey Wang Ma

Generally when one thinks of ‘Muslim’, what comes to mind is people from countries such as Saudi Arabia, the Middle East, certain African countries, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan. For those who are savvier of this region, Muslims are represented by Malays and Indonesians.