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The Arts that Migrated to Malaysia

Eddin Khoo, PUSAKA | Pauline Fan, PUSAKA

27-Aug-20 15:00

The Arts that Migrated to Malaysia

The story of the Malaysian arts is often a story of migration: art forms that journeyed from other countries and cultures to find a home here, to evolve in their own unique ways. In conjunction with this year's Merdeka and Malaysia Day celebrations, we explore the histories and  journeys of some of these art forms, and how they became a part of Malaysian culture.

Image Source: PUSAKA

Produced by: Sharmilla Ganesan

Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan


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Tags:  The Bigger PictureFront RowartsMalaysian artstraditional artsheritagemigrationhistoryMerdeka 2020EducationEntertainmentVisual ArtsCulture, History, HeritageEducationFilmVisual ArtsHistoryPeople and Places


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