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Via Coconuts Bangkok

Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Protest art in Thailand; The productive pandemic

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Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Goodbye gamelan maestro; Charlie Chan to get animated

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Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: The passing of Salleh Ben Joned, Bangkok protests stir biennale artists

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Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Ipoh’s punk samaritans; Keeping weavers alive

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Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Vietnam’s post-war writers; Burmese voices in book

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Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Penang’s abusive theatregoers; Pandemic storytelling

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Weekly Southeast Asian Radar: Alcohol & East Malaysians; The Singapore Grip

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Liver and Lungs Production

Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: 70 years of filmmaking in Indonesia; Malaysia’s digital theatre

ArtsEquator’s Southeast Asia Radar features articles and posts about arts and culture in Southeast Asia, drawn from local and regional websites and publications – aggregated content from outside sources, so we are exposed to a multitude of voices in the region. In the weekly Southeast Asia Radar, we publish a round-up of content that have …

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Varuth Hirunyatheb

Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Hikayat Raja Babi; new media and freedom

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Alberto Prieto via Urbanist Hanoi

Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Eisner Winner Erica Eng; Pinoy rap and Duterte

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Hean Rangsey

Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: The Archipelago for the sidelined; Khmer puppet master returns

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Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Is Filipino gender neutral?; Cultural tours go online

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Franki Raden via Jakarta Post

Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: “Fried Rice” nominated for Eisner; Celebrating indigenous music in Indonesia

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Via Bangkok Post

Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Looking back at Uncle Boonmee; Indonesian legends in game

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Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Indonesian govt aids arts; female voices in Vietnam war stories

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EKI Dance Company

Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Speaking up in the Philippines; the dance must go on

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JL JAVIER

Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Superhero snafu; post-apocalyptic celebrations

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Reading in isolation: ‘Others’ is Not a Race and Interpreter of Winds

By Kathy Rowland (913 words, 4-minute read) Last November, when there was nary a thought for social distancing, and Corona conjured up visions of lime wedges and grimy bars, I reread Rex Shelley’s 1991 debut novel, The Shrimp People. Shelley was one of the literary pioneers featured in Artistic Director Pooja Nansi’s Singapore Writers Festival …

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Creature comforts: “Creatures of Near Kingdoms”

By Kathy Rowland (650 words, 4-minute read) Zedeck Siew’s Creatures of Near Kingdoms is fashioned as a bestiary, detailing the appearance, characteristics, and habitats of 50 animals and 25 plants. Why “near”? Because like the auto-combusting Ash Swallowtail and the houdini-ish Travelling Coconut, each magical creature demands less of a leap, than a side shuffle, …

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Nyein Su Wai Kyaw Soe | Frontier

Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Why I sing in English; how Cambodian art can survive

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Blu Jaz Cafe

Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: “is being $40,000 in school debt worth it?”; Vietnam literary boom

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Buro Singapore

Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Singaporean rapper BGourd; the studio of Pinoy comic book legends

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Weekly Southeast Asia Radar: Puja Pantai in Selangor; young Cambodian singers talk old music

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Sunitha Janamohanan

8 Must-Visit Arts And Culture Festivals In Singapore In 2022

It has been a whirlwind 2 years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This pesky virus has wreaked havoc on many Singaporeans’ travel plans, including ours. With uncertainty continuing to loom over the travel bubble agreements between the various Southeast Asian countries, we’ve decided to spotlight the local arts scene in 2022. While appreciation for the …

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