DESPITE all the bad rep afforded to this latest generation of young adults, it’s vital we take a look at a few Malaysians currently looking for more than just validation on social media.
This is part of a series of musings on the ongoing Lena Hendry trial. In Part 1: You Could Be Next we informed readers of the case and how it could potentially affect themselves. In this second installment, The Daily Seni visits Farez Jinnah Advocates & Solicitors to gather further information.
We realized that The Star‘s five-year old piece on Buy Nothing Day already used the “free lunch” adage so there went our opener. Still, prove the powers-that-be wrong by heading over to Medan Pasar, Kuala Lumpur on 28 November and buy nothing for the entire day.
After the success of Kota Wanita in conjunction with International Women’s Day, activist Sarah Amer will next host a discussion on female roles on the screen.
“The whole idea is to create discourse,” she begins.
“As a person that enjoys local cinema, and reflecting from the diversity that we once had in Malaysian cinema, women roles were a lot more diverse than what they are now.”
The panel discussion aims to dissect the issues causing this lack of diversity. Sarah hopes that with this edition of ‘Bukan Sekadar [...]