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Upcoming Reading Event, May 25, 2013

Close to a year ago, I learned about Readings @ Seksan, a monthly reading event for writers in KL that has been running for the better part of a decade. Originally I wanted to wait until my novel was completed before reading something there myself, but given how long the editing has taken, I decided … Continue reading »

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Jaclyn Rousseau in Port Dickson

This past weekend, I headed down to Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan with my family. I’d not been before and it’s one of the nearest beach locations to Kuala Lumpur. It takes about 90 minutes to get there. My purpose for travelling to Port Dickson was, primarily, because I wanted to take some new photos of … Continue reading »

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Jaclyn Rousseau goes to Malacca

What would you do if you randomly saw a woman dressed like a pirate, walking around a tourist town, seeing no explanation as to why? In case you’re someone who isn’t a regular follower of mine, Jaclyn Rousseau is a character I’ve been developing roughly over the last two years. As she was first introduced … Continue reading »

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Check out Onn San’s Epomania

Last month I wrote about a Malaysian short film, Gangster Macha. I’m still interested in making you aware of other creative people you might be familiar with, but I’m not going to follow a particular format. Earlier this month I went to a public screening of the aforementioned Gangster Macha at The Bee in Mont … Continue reading »

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Promoting Lesser Known Artists: Gangster Macha

I’ve decided to start using this blog as a way of occasionally promoting other lesser known creative types that I’ve enjoyed. Whether I’ve encountered them through social media, in person, or otherwise, I figure that it’s worth getting the word out about them. People like us don’t have multi-million dollar advertising budgets, so blogging and … Continue reading »

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