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 firstname.lastname@example.org