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The Daily Check In: Performance Arts

Zamzuriah Zahari, Mak Yong Dancer | Tung Jit Yang , Director-In-Residence, klpac

06-May-20 16:00

The Daily Check In: Performance Arts

Despite what certain ministers may be saying, there's no doubt that the performing arts has taken a huge hit this year, especially in terms of revenue, bookings and opportunities. We check in with members of the community to see how they're coping, and what their plans are for the remainder of 2020.


Produced by: Evening Edition

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Hezril Asyraaf


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