Author: Sukhbir Cheema

“Destiny is bullshit,” Marco Ferrarese sheds some insight on his travels

All images in this feature are courtesy of Marco Ferrarese himself This feature and book review is long over due – or as Marco Ferrarese puts it eloquently “Almost as long as it took Chthulu to rise up from the outer space”. The freelance travel writer based in Asia for more than 11-years had released his latest book, “The Travels of Marco Yolo: Blazing Trails where Marco Polo Feared to Go” and asked me in August last year to write a review on it. He was kind enough to provide us a free copy which I took close to...

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Oi apa nih! Malaysian artist’s comic gets plagiarised by Domino’s Pizza!

All cartoons in this article is by Weinye Chen aka It’s Weinye Fresh from last month’s Visit Malaysia 2018’s logo debacle, it appears another attack on the craft of Malaysian artists has reared its head again. Just yesterday, California based Malaysian artist, Weinye Chen was alerted by her Chilean follower that a comic she had drawn in September 2017 was plagiarised and posted on the official Chilean Domino’s Pizza Facebook page. “During this time (September 2017), a popular meme was circulating on the internet. It was the Distracted Boyfriend meme. I thought it was rather funny and was inspired...

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Fa Abdul is set to take pillow talks to a whole new level!

All images credit Big Nose Production You might know her as the bad ass, no holds barred, no nonsense, not mincing her word societal critic. She’s a social media activist who regularly has her opinions and thoughts published on Malaysiakini and The Malaysian Insight. You might have come across her name; Fa Abdul. Does the name ring a bell? Did you know that Fa Abdul has also been actively involved in directing thought provoking, in your face comedic plays for the past four years through Big Nose Production, her theatre company? Starting off with Tales from the Bedroom in...

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This M’sian musician’s EP was mastered by the same guy who mastered for the Rolling Stones

All images credit Brendan de Cruz Ever heard of Pete Maher? For those who’re scratching their heads, Pete is a renowned mastering engineer abroad and has worked with the likes of The Rolling Stones, Snow Patrol, Nine Inch Nails, U2, Katy Perry, Nicole Scherzinger, Lana Del Rey, Damien Rice, and the list goes on and on. You can read more here. Hailing from London, United Kingdom, Pete had entered the UK music scene in the 90’s as a musician. But in 2002, he discovered his passion in audio mastering when he stumbled upon some audio mastering tools. But wait,...

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This woman is reshaping people’s perception of OCD through theatre

Image credit The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre Ho Lee Ching was eight-years-old when she began making involuntarily sounds and movements for no apparent reason. Her parents who initially thought that she was just being a mischievous kid later grew concerned and took her to a doctor. “I was 14 when the doctors confirmed that I have Tourette Syndrome,” the 27-year-old says. The syndrome is a neurological disorder largely characterised by repetitive and involuntary movements and sounds (they’re called tics). “Tics that produce movements are called “motor tics” while those that produce sounds are called “vocal tics”. I have...

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april, 2018

20apr5:00 pm- 11:00 amPoetry Café KL Youth Poetry Slam

21apr6:00 pm- 8:00 pmPARI PARI DI klpac

21apr8:30 pm- 10:00 pmintim sessions #7

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27apr - 29apr 278:30 pmapr 29Bisikan Monsoon 风媒花与神兽

27apr - 29apr 278:30 pmapr 29The Working Dead Musical: Workshop Production