Editor’s note

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Our sec­ond is­sue ex­plores cul­ture in all its forms. We find out what fam­ily-friendly shows are hit­ting the stage and take a look at the renowned Ge­orge Town Fes­ti­val where sparkling per­for­mances like ‘The Mouse Daugh­ter’s Mar­riage’ and ‘Nightin­gale’ will en­chant young the­atre­go­ers. Fur­ther­more, with Na­tional Day and Malaysia Day com­ing up in Au­gust and Septem­ber, it’s the per­fect time to check out tra­di­tional per­form­ing arts for kids. Read on to find out how to get your kids learn­ing si­lat, clas­si­cal In­dian dance or even lion danc­ing. We’re also tak­ing a look at tra­di­tional Malaysian games such as con­gkak, chap­teh and gas­ing. Don’t for­get to hand the mag­a­zine over to the lit­tle ones for Time In (For Kids), where they can learn how to make their own batu serem­ban as well as colour in and fol­low the ad­ven­tures of Tom & Friends.

Fi­nally, a big thank you to ev­ery­one who came to our launch party on 12 June at 1 Utama. It was great to meet all the fam­i­lies and watch the young (and not so young) have fun at the mall’s School’s Out Car­ni­val. There was zorb­ing. There was re­verse bungee. There was wall climb­ing. It was lots of fun!

Leah O’Hearn editor@time­out­malaysia.com

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