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Dancing to Earth’s Song

Lim Pei Ern and Atsushi Heki, Dancers and Choreographers

16-Mar-18 14:00

Dancing to Earth’s Song

Three choreographers from Malaysia, Indonesia, and Japan come together to present “Nyanyian Bumi”, a dance project that studies the relationship between humans and nature in today’s world. Lim Pei Ern, Aco Ridwan, and Atsushi Heki incorporate elements of Kadazandusun, Indonesian, and Japanese culture in a performance that pays homage to Mother Earth. Pei Ern and Atsushi talk about the collaboration and why its environmental message matters.

Produced by: Sharmilla Ganesan

Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan


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Tags:  dancechoreographykadazandusunjapanindonesiaenvironmentnatureThe Bigger PictureFront RowEntertainmentPerforming Arts

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