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Unpacking KL’s Potential As A Cultural Hub

Joe Sidek, Executive Director, Joe Sidek Productions Sdn. Bhd.

16-Mar-23 21:00

Unpacking KL’s Potential As A Cultural Hub

Kuala Lumpur’s cultural vibrancy has always been around, but it exists within pockets of communities and spaces, rather than permeating throughout the city. Can this be changed to make it more all-encompassing and part of our everyday lives as urban dwellers? Joining us on the show is Joe Sidek, a man of many talents, but more commonly known in his role as the former Festival Director of George Town Festival. We pick his brain to hear his thoughts on KL’s potential as a cultural hub for the country and its many different communities.

Produced by: Haniff Baharudin

Presented by: Haniff Baharudin


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