A Royal Show Of Celebrities, Ballet And Durian

More On Wednesday, a group of adults will get on stage in Damansara to live out their childhood dreams of becoming a ballerina. The concert they will be performing is unlike any other, due to the fact that all 17 of the dancers have, at most, just a year’s worth of training in the highly technical dance. What’s more, each individual will be sharing personal stories of their journey as adult ballerinas. A photo posted by The Royal Durian Academy (@theroyaldurianacademy) on Sep 7, 2016 at 8:49pm PDT The concert marks one year of The Royal Durian Ballet Academy,...

Read More

The Go Getter Of Malaysia’s Literary Scene, Tina Isaacs

More Since her breakthrough into the local literary scene a mere two years ago, Tina Isaacs has chalked up seven short story titles published in her name. Before the year is out, she will have another two short stories published, one of which is to be released this month under Fixi Novo‘s Chronicles of Kota Kinabalu. “I’m a go getter and whenever there are calls for submissions, I always try to send in a piece. Next thing I know, I’m suddenly a published author.” Tina’s writing journey only kickstarted after she felt disenchanted serving 12 years as a litigation...

Read More

Bibichun, A Terrorist In Penang Armed With A Paintbrush

More You read that right. Armed with a paintbrush, Penang based Bibichun shares with Eksentrika why he terrorises the island’s street with art. At a carpark opposite Georgetown’s Prangin Mall, is a mural of a gleeful panda holding a long roller paintbrush and a bucket of white paint decorating a blue colonial styled building. The panda appears authoritative and pretty pleased with itself after “erasing” a tapir with white paint. Traces of the tapir’s four feet can be seen along with the tapir’s last words; – I guess I’m next to be erased – all of which are also...

Read More

Eksentrika Launches On September 30, 2016

More Imagine a content website – devoid of censorship – showcasing, promoting and celebrating the plethora of Malaysian artistic talents. Now, picture a website, where the artist discusses his or her work, the challenges faced, the triumphs celebrated, the philosophies and disciplines practised to get from an empty canvas to a fully colored art piece. Infact, let’s take it one notch higher. Visualise a website with articles revealing the things that made the artist’s imagination tick. At this moment, right now, there is a Malaysian who is probably belting out a tune in a pub, strumming his guitar at...

Read More

Support Creatives

Turn off your ad-blocker

Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap