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It was the last day of the MAPFest took place last Sunday in which about 70 local and international artists came to Melaka and performed on the streets and its famous historical sites such as St. Paul Church and Stadthuys. The festival draws inspiration to this little town, creates spaces for culture and art. Having some free time on Sunday noon, I made a trip to the venue. Arriving at the landing site of St. Paul's Hill, the second GAIP (General Assembly of Interested Parties) performance with the collaboration of the artists was going on. After the performance was going on, I...

Today is the second day of the 6th MAPFest. Reading the program booklet, there are lots of amazing performances arranged for today which I would not want to miss it even though it was a busy Saturday. I was one of the groomsmen for a good friend's wedding this morning. After his wedding at about noon, immediately I headed to one of the station of the MAPFest, St. Paul's Hill. Yeay! This time the battery of my camera was fully charged. It's school holiday this month so it wasn't surprise to see so many people up the hill. The St. Paul's Church...

When the walls of St. Paul's Church of Melaka are illuminated on the evening during this period of the year, Melaka Art & Performance Festival (MAPFest) is returning to town. One of the the program, Cerita Pendek is held on the first and second evening of the three-day festival on the hill of St. Paul's Church. I wouldn't want to miss this one of the greatest events held in Melaka in which many international artists from over ten countries are here to perform in this little world heritage town. So after a portrait session in the afternoon, I managed to rush...

[caption id="attachment_10858" align="aligncenter" width="800"] one of the performances by TonyYap & Brendan O’Connor took place at St Paul Church Melaka last year[/caption] Do you still remember the amazing performances, visual art and etc. on the Melaka Art & Performance Festival last year 2012 which posted in this blog? It's back again this year from 22nd to 24th November 2013. Received an invitation however I currently out of town and will not be able to join this largest and only art festival in Melaka. It will be a loss for me unable to photograph the event. So to others please don't miss it! Malaccans...