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1/9/2006 - The 10th Asian Cartoon Exhibition: “Asian Environmental Issues”

The 10th Asian Cartoon Exhibition is coming. For those who have missed last year’s exhibition, please do not miss it again this year. The...

14/8/2006 - DEMONSTRATION OF KOBUDO ? TRADITIONAL MARTIAL ARTS OF JAPAN

KOBUDO is the most authentic and genuine source of traditional technique and inspiration of Japanese martial arts from NINJA to contemporary...

7/8/2006 - THE WORLD HERITAGE IN JAPAN

This time around, The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur will hold Kokeshi Dolls Exhibition at JFKL Gallery. Unique folk toys are found in every part...

20/7/2006 - “Kumamoto Artpolis: Architecture through Communication” Exhibition

In this July and August, The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur together with Urban Design and Conservation Research Unit (UDCRU), Faculty of Built...

29/6/2006 - “TOKYO NOTES” BY SEINENDAN THEATRE COMPANY

The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur and Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPac), sponsored by Vistana Hotel proudly present “Tokyo...

20/5/2006 - Chirimen Handicraft Workshop

Chirimen is a type of fabric that is weaved specially to create crepe on its surface. It is usually made of silk and is used to make kimonos. At...

3/3/2006 - GAMARJOBAT

gah-mar-joh-baht = HELLO in Georgian “**** (4 stars) This is a show to fall in love with. GAMARJOBAT is irresistibly, endearingly funny...

26/2/2006 - HINAMATSURI ? TEA CEREMONY AND ORIGAMI

ひな祭り―茶道デモンストレーション&折り紙ワークショップ We will hold a Tea ceremony and Origami workshop to...

16/1/2006 - Theatre Performance by “TAIHEN”

“Movements normally regarded as ungainly and awkward are turned to expression and beauty that no one ever seen is presented”. Ms. Manri Kim,...

9/12/2005 - Translation in Action Contemporary Japanese Theatre: Dramatic Reading Series (Project 1) - “Epitaph for the Whales”

The Japan Foundation is proud to launch an exciting new series of projects entitled “Translation in Action: Contemporary Japanese Theatre in...

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