Best Of n°2

After 25 episodes of Faces of Malaysia, it’s time for this Christmas to see again the best of the people we have met… This week, we have: – Noor Mahnun Mohamed, Painter – Evelyn Hii, Founder of No Black Tie – Jeffrey J C Lim, Creator of the Kuala Lumpur Bicycle Map – Uncle John, Chef of Limapulo – Zafuan Embong, Calligrapher Master (Khattat) – Kavita Sidhu, TV Film Producer, Actress and Fashion Designer Their videos are still online and you can watch them in full……

Best of n°1

After 25 episodes of Faces of Malaysia, it’s time for this Christmas to see again the best of the people we have met… This week, we have: – Bernard Goh, Founder and Artistic Director of Hands Percussion – Victor Goh, Fashion Stylist – Meeta & Prabodh Sheth, owners of “The Ganga Café” – Soo Beng Wa, antiques dealer and restorer – Zainah Anwar, Founding Member of Sisters In Islam – Khoon Hooi, Fashion Designer Their videos are still online and you can watch them in full……

Indrani Kopal: Documentary Filmmaker, part 2

“I was very proud of my parents. That’s my biggest achievement in my life… my parents…” Indrani Kopal is an award winning Malaysian independent documentary filmmaker and a recipient of the Fulbright Scholarship 2012. Following a six-year career in video journalism at Malaysiakini, she received Fulbright scholarship in 2012 to pursue Masters in Fine Arts in documentary film at Hofstra University, in New York. Her short documentaries have been screened at various venues in the United States. Her documentary “The Game Changer” has been accepted into twelve film festivals including the prestigious Cannes Film Festival 2015.…

Indrani Kopal: Documentary Filmmaker, part 1

“I want to do things my parent didn’t do. I want to see places my grand mother have never seen. I didn’t want to get married… I don’t want to do what everybody else was doing.” Indrani Kopal is an award winning Malaysian independent documentary filmmaker and a recipient of the Fulbright Scholarship 2012. Following a six-year career in video journalism at Malaysiakini, she received Fulbright scholarship in 2012 to pursue Masters in Fine Arts in documentary film at Hofstra University, in New York. Her short documentaries have been screened at various venues in the United States. Her documentary “The…

Owen Ho Chee Kin, harmonica soloist

“This instrument gives me a lot of imagination.” Ho Chee Kin was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and has been playing chromatic harmonica since the age of 14. At the age of 20, he possessed an impressive list of musical prizes and concert appearances. He has established himself as one of the leading harmonica players of his generation, and long had a reputation of astonishing his audiences with the musical authority and blistering virtuosity. Chee Kin has been long in demand internationally, appearing regularly as a concerto soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician at many of the world’s major musical venues…