Competition meets a festival vibe at the preliminary rounds of the World Tango Championship, set to take place prestigiously in Kuala Lumpur. Find your rhythm at the open day held after at GMBB, but if you’ve got two left feet you might find they take you to do good with The Lost Food Project as a volunteer, or take rest as your fingers do the work typing away at a video marketing workshop. Still keen on dancing? It’s flight of the fancy with an arial dance hammock class at Fitsy. More details below:
The World Tango Championship welcomes dancers and the public at large, with Kuala Lumpur playing host for this year's preliminary rounds. This stage will be held at Publika where four couples from Malaysia will be competing in the Tango de Pista and Tango Escenario category. Following which, an open day will be held at GMBB on 2 June for all to enjoy, dance, and mingle.
Southeast Asia Tango Preliminary Competition 2019
The Lost Food Project is a non-profit organisation that helps reduce food wastage while offering a more nutritious diet to those in need. Volunteers are needed to help sort and clean vegetables from markets from 7-9pm. Meeting regularly, all those keen can get in touch with the project by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more dates and sessions, as well as the confirmed location for this Wednesday's volunteer work.
Volunteer at The Lost Food Project
The world of marketing is constantly evolving in a digital age and those in the field could use an update with this course. More businesses have adopted video content and if this is you, find your best how to put your mind and money to best use with the right strategies. Speaking at the event is CK, who's worked with renowned organisations like EcoWorld, Genting, Sen Heng and Sancora.
Looking for some aerial moves? Fitsy is the right place. Symone Dolai will guide students through the flow of a beautiful dance in the air, a concept more difficult than you can imagine, but liberating and exhilarating when you've got it down. Yogis, dancers, teachers and all are more than welcome to partake in the class.