Category: Event Listings

David Beckham is coming to Malaysia?

If you missed your chance to see David Beckham in the flesh 3 years ago at Pavilion, don’t worry! The former Manchester United star is making his way here again to Kuala Lumpur on the 22nd of September, brought to the rest of you Man Utd fanboys by life insurance provider, AIA Malaysia, as part of AIA’s Vitality Witness Festival. Beckham was appointed as AIA’s Global Ambassador last March. If you want a chance to see the man himself, click on the link to find out how to win the opportunity to meet the legend in person!...

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AniManGaki 2017 Is Happening This Weekend!

By Yue Lynn AniManGaki 2017, a locally-renown ACG event which has been around for over 9 geeky years, will be holding an annual event to bring ACG enthusiasts together for a fun-filled weekend with over 16,000 attendees. You can bet all manners of geekery and fandom will be there at this hotly anticipated event as it will be packed with cosplay, animation, comics, games, competitions, stage performances, exhibitors, traditional games, fighting games, figurine exhibition, art galleries, an artist market, and so much more! This year’s AniManGaki will feature several international guests, such as Joelle Strother, an American-Japanese singer from...

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Tickets to Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic Tour in KL SOLD OUT

Mundane Monday mornings just got a tad bit intense as PR Worldwide opened the floodgates for the much-anticipated Bruno Mars 24K Magic World Tour’s ticket purchase.   As expected, the tickets to watch the Grammy-award winning pop-funk icon has been sold out due to excessive demands from Malaysian fans who have loved and adored him since his ‘The Way You Are’ days up until the recent global phenomenon, ‘Versace On The Floor’ from the 24K Magic album. PR Worldwide’s concert department has been on a roll, with back-to-back sold out shows after the Ed Sheeran wipeout a few months...

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Borak Good Vibes #9: Public School

I was told that I will be able to meet two members of the Public School collective at the famous Pasar TTDI. Luckily, I was a fan of wet markets – because hey, if you want to see leaders of your neighborhood households marching about with the freshest items one can find, this is the place. But the question that was playing in my mind was, why are they operating at a Pasar? My colleague and I wandered around until we saw a young female in her 20s, who may not look like she was there to buy groceries....

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