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Scene City: Bette Midler, Chelsea Clinton and Slick Woods on the Charity Circuit
Galas were held last week for the New York Restoration Project, Fashion Group International, Aperture and the Children’s Museums of Manhattan. [...]
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Inspire our local film scene: Gobind
KUALA LUMPUR: Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo wants all sectors to provide inputs to inspire Malaysia's local film industry. He said there had to be a combination of different minds to take the industry forward. However, he said, there were issues and problems at all levels that had to be dealt with. "This is the challenge and we need to deal with it," he said in a Twitter post today, in response to a suggestion by a user Isk Aziz @iskaziz to boost the local film scene which had a series of box-office hits of late. Isz said: "While encouraging, should the government wish to take the film industry seriously then it requires regulation by experienced and business-minded people". Gobind concurred with Isz on this. According to the National Film Development Corporation (FINAS) website, among films with highest ticket collection so far this year are Munafik 2 (RM37,738,463.83), Hantu Kak Limah (RM36,231,126.77) and KL Special Force (RM12,216,321). — Bernama [...]
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Scene City: Fighting Poverty With Polo and Fashion
The Hamptons Cup benefited Robin Hood, and Net-a-Porter hosted a dinner for Good+ Foundation. [...]
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Light up your scene
Signify, formerly Philips Lighting, showed off its PC and Mac apps that will let you sync your movies, music and games with its smart lighting system, Philips Hue. [...]
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Malaysia's startup scene gets a dose of French
French Tech adds Kuala Lumpur to its global community, opening opportunities for French startups to set up in Malaysia and vice versa. [...]
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The Look: Seoul’s Bumping B-Boy Scene
You’ve heard about K-pop. But did you know South Korea loves hip-hop, too? [...]
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