Events in Kuala Lumpur from 9 to 15 March 2020
Confused by the ‘still’ in ‘Let’s Dance to Still Being Spanish’? Bangsar’s Café Deli was once El Mesón, but even a spruce up won’t deny the restauarant’s Spanish roots. What better way to celebrate its identity than with a fiesta? Expect paella, tapas, sangria, and plenty of wine. The event takes place from 7pm to 11.30pm.
International Women’s Day took place last week, but it’s really an everyday celebration. The cutest new wellness studio in town, Moon & Soul, is recognising that with a session of flowing in movement, guiding you inwards to feel at home in your body and feel all its sensations. Through these movements and mobility, this safe space aims to help you reconnect within and communicate with your body. Interested? RSVP to the number below. The event takes place from 2pm to 3.30pm and participants are required to bring their own yoga mats.
Dr Tan Teng Phee is launching his book that chronicles the communist emergency in Malaysia that took place between 1948 to 1960. It was during this dark period that 500,000 women, children and men were ‘evacuated’ into new settlements, a majority of which were rural Chinese. The launch is moderated by Dr Ngeow Chow Bing from the Institute of China Studies, Universiti Malaya, as he is joined by a number of respected professors. The event takes place from 3pm to 5pm.
Combining breath-work, sound healing and mindful movement, this 90-minute workshop is suitable for anyone and everyone. We live in a constant fight or flight mode with anxiety present in most of our lives, and as a result, our muscles have tightened and our breathing patterns have restricted. Facilitators Thibault Postel and Vanessa Tay will teach you how to reconnect to the natural rhythm of your breath. The event takes place from 5.30pm to 7pm. If you’re interested, RSVP to the number below.