Selangor Times
Issue 118



LRT Stations (Distribution by hand) Morning

Ampang Sentul Timur
Pandan Indah
Pandan Jaya
Sentul Timur
Kelana Jaya Terminal Putra
Kelana Jaya
Taman Bahagia
Taman Paramount
Asia Jaya
Taman Jaya
Sri Rampai
Wangsa Maju
Taman Melati
Sri Petaling Sentul Timur
Taman Melati
Sri Petaling
Bukit Jalil
Bandar Tasik Selatan
Salak Selatan
Shopping Malls

(From Saturday noon)
Tropicana Mall
Sunway Pyramid
The Curve
IOI Mall
Plaza Damas
Ikano Power Centre
Empire Subang
Centro Mall, Klang
Bangsar Shopping Complex

Carrefour (Bukit Rimau, Subang Jaya, Wangsa Maju, Sri Petaling, Kepong, Puchong, Ampang, Jalan Peel, Jalan Kapar, Bandar Tun Hussein Onn, S23 Shah Alam)

(Puchong, Kajang, Bandar Kinrara, Klang, Pandamaran, Bandar Selayang, Kota Damansara, Taman Setiawangsa, Putra Heights, Taman Connaught, Kelana Jaya, Bukit Antarabangsa, Subang Jaya, Bukit Tinggi, Setia Alam, Kota Kemuning)

(Bukit Tinggi, Tmn Maluri, Wangsa Maju, Bandar Baru Klang, Mahkota Cheras)

(Puchong, Kajang, Mutiara Damansara, Rawang, Bukit Tinggi, Setia Alam, Ampang, Extra Shah Alam, Kepong)
Commuter Stations

(Distribution by hand) Morning
Sentul Port Klang
Port Klang
Bukit Badak
Shah Alam
Subang Jaya
Jalan Templer

Rawang Seremban
Kuala Kubu Baru
Sungai Buloh
Kepong Sentral
Morning Wet Markets

(Saturday morning)
Jalan SS2/62
Taman Medan
Jalan 17/27
SS15 Subang Jaya
Taman Kuchai Lama
Taman OUG
Pasar Taman Megah
Pasar Jalan Othman
Pasar Jalan 17/2
Pasar Sek 14
Seri Setia
Pasar Kg Chempaka
Taman Tun Dr Ismail

Forrest Medical Centre

Help Institute
College Bandar Utama (KBU)
Universiti Kebangsan Malaysia



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What’s through the looking glass?

What’s on the other side of the mirror? What’s in the world of the looking glass? On a cold and rainy day, Alice discovers just what’s on the other side as she steps through the mirror pane into the world of Wonderland where a life-sized chess game is taking place and she is one of the pieces! She will meet knights, kings and queens (of both Red and White varieties), and a host of rather unusual characters. Alice wants to play, but mostly she wants to be queen. Will she make it to the Eighth Square to become one?

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Art of Drum

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Paper Crane

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Ten years, and it’s time to get popzzical

The Young KL Singers (YKLS) has always fascinated audiences with their strong and colourful voices. They’ve been there, done that, and built their reputation as one of Malaysia’s top choral groups.   

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Aaron Khaled’s Story of Crossing Borders

Aaron Khaled is a young Malaysian who is actively involved in the performing arts scene. He is a violinist, singer, dancer and actor. He spent several years abroad studying music, in places like the Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School in Melbourne, the Moscow Conservatory of Music ‘Tchaikovsky’ in Russia, and at the Australian International Conservatorium of Music in Sydney.

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Uniquely Malaysian but for the diction

Paper Crane the musical opened its doors to the public on July 27 at the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre, and will continue to run until Aug 19. The cast includes some well-known performers like Patrick Teoh and Colin Kirton, who are joined by Roax Tan who plays the aspiring young singer who wants to be part of the Cantonese opera troupe. Other members of the cast include Ho Soon Yoon, Amelia Tan, Kimmy Kiew, and Lee Elaine.

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Malaysia’s Got (Musical) Talent!

Selangor Times talked to three amazing Malaysians who have helped shape the local musical industry. Lim Chuang Yik and Teng Ky-Gan are award-winning writers and composers; their latest musical, Paper Crane, opens end of the month. Mervyn Peters is an award-winning musical director who has, before this, been the Orchestra Manager for the MPO. He now directs a lot of KLPAC’s musicals and wherever he goes, he definitely brings a lot of experience and knowledge with him. Here’s what they had to say:

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Paper Crane, a new local musical

Beginning July 29, those of us in the Klang Valley will be able to witness the enlightening story of Ah Kit, a young man with a big dream of joining the Cantonese Opera troupe. Of course, nothing in life comes easy – and as this new musical will show us, Ah Kit has to work hard to achieve his dreams.

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Looking East with KLPAC

Contrary to what many people might think, orchestras are few and rare in Malaysia. So when an orchestra puts up a show and plays together with other world-class artists, it’s indeed a reason to celebrate. It’s also a reason to give our fullest support.

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Peter Ong on art in Malaysia

Peter Ong has had a colourful career in the local performing arts scene and around the region, having performed in many operas and musicals. To date, Ong has performed in operas like Tosca and Turandot, as well as musicals like Cabaret and The Wizard of Oz. He read law at the University of Bristol and obtained his Master’s Degree from the London School of Economics. Selangor Times speaks to Peter about how he started his journey as a professional performer, and what he thinks about the industry.

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‘The Joy Luck Club’ in Malaysia

Many of us would remember the famous novel, The Joy Luck Club, written by Amy Tan in 1989 about four Chinese American immigrant families who start a club called ‘the Joy Luck Club’. The book made such a huge impact that it was developed into a movie in 1993.

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It’s About One Moment

From June 21 to 24 be sure to catch the amazing voices of Caipifruta as they perform songs from the abstract musical, Songs For A New World.

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It’s time to Enact!

ENACT, or the Enfiniti Academy of Musical Theatre & Performing Arts, was launched in April last year by Enfiniti Vision Media with the aim to enrich and build a sustainable entertainment arts ecosystem in Malaysia. Many of us would remember Enifniti’s sold-out productions like Puteri Gunung Ledang the Musical, P Ramlee the Musical, and The Secret Life of Nora.

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The Phil strikes again

Catch The Phil in action as they present ‘Music from Movies and Musicals 4 (MMM4)’ from June 1-3.

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Theatre For Young People

The Theatre For Young People (T4YP) programme is the leading platform of its kind in Kuala Lumpur that is aimed at those between the ages of 16 and 25.

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