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    One People

    Although incredibly diverse, the countries that make up the Asean region share many surprising similarities, revealing close ties and a shared history.

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    Bernard Goh

    Since its founding in 1997, Malaysian ensemble Hands Percussion has been drumming up a storm with their unique performances showcasing traditional Chinese drums and other percussive instruments. The groundbreaking group’s artistic director and founder Bernard Goh tells travel 3Sixty° about the importance of preserving musical traditions and how music can transcend cultural barriers.

    Words: Chitra Santhinathan

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    The Golden Girl

    travel 3Sixty° uncovers the story behind the success of the multi-award winning artiste Taylor Swift.

    Words: Adli Syahril

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    For The Child

    Every January, Kalibo in Philippines’ Aklan province honours the Santo Nino in a dramatic festival with roots in the country’s pre-colonial days.

    Words: Beverly Rodrigues  Photography: Adam Lee

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    Anirudh Ravichander

    In November 2011, the Tamil-language song Why This Kolaveri Di became the most ‘searched’ YouTube video in India. Written for a movie, the song had not yet been released then, but a leaked version went viral after being posted on social media. The composer of the smash hit, Anirudh Ravichander, was only 21 years old when the song became an Internet phenomenon across Asia, prompting parodies even in Japan. The young man speaks to travel 3Sixty° about his passion for music and how he handles the expectations that come with being in the spotlight.

    Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan 

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    7 Quirky Art Scenes You Must Check Out: KL & Penang!

    Art devotees, rejoice!  Kuala Lumpur and Penang are home to all things hip and artsy, and exploring their distinctive art scenes is the current craze among urbanites today. Adolescent energy and experimental quintessence can be found through the cities’ vibrant streets and spaces in the most unexpected places. Here are our top picks.

    Words by: Shafiqah Shafie

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    Touching the Other Side

    Celebrating Halloween this month, Travel 3Sixty looks at how different cultures commune with the spirits, appease wandering ghosts and honour ancestors with special rituals that lift the veil between the realms.

    Words: Efi Hafizah Hamzah

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