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The Story of Dewa Muda

Eddin Khoo, Pusaka

08-Apr-16 14:30

The Story of Dewa Muda

The founder of Pusaka returns to introduce not only a performing group--the Mak Yong Cahaya Matahari from Kuala Besut,  Kelantan--its lineage and and the weight of its inherited legacy,  but also to tell about the tales the company will be performing. In the course of the conversation, he informs about a project underwritten by Asia Foundation that seeks to empower and sustain a Mak Yong community.


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