Thursday, May 15, 2014

Tiger Translate Happening On June 14, 2014 at Kenanga City

Tiger Translate, a platform by Tiger Beer which celebrates global creativity through the exposure of different cultures and experiences is finally coming to Malaysia for the first time this June 14. Over the years, Tiger Translate has showcase their artistic collaborations spanning in the areas of music, design and art photography and many more in various countries.
Coming June 14, it's Malaysia's time to have the event rocking the stage at Kenanga City where it will bring about musicians and artists in one showground. Local indie music enthusiasts are all in for a treat as they'll be rocking the night to four amazing acts from both the local and international music scene featuring Editors from the UK, Chochukmo from Hong Kong, Manic Sheep (Taiwan):
and local musician OJ Law.

On top of the music artists, there will be a showcase of visual artists where you'll see the artistic collaboration between three homegrown talents - Graffiti Artist - Kenji Chai:
Tattooist - Lynda Chean:
and Graphic Designers - Tsu Ann and Jayme which are known as Kickatomic.
At present, Tiger Beer is working with these renowned artists to bring arts closer to its consumers. The artists have been commissioned to design limited edition Tiger Translate beer bottle sleeves which will also be showcased at the Tiger Translate event.

During the media launch held at the Rabbit Hole, Changkat Bukit Bintang on May 8, Bruce Dallas, Marketing Director of Guinness Anchor Berhad (GAB) said, "Being the world's No.1 international Asian beer, Tiger Beer has always placed great emphasis on cultivating good relationships with our hip, young and energetic consumers. In the last decade, Asia has risen to be the frontrunner in arts and music with the emergence of various artists who are constantly pushing the envelope of creativity. Hence, following the global success under the Translate badge, we feel that the time has come to bring Tiger Translate to Malaysians."
Tiger Translate is a muti-sensory fusion of arts and music which has also brought the best of Malaysians abroad such as Graphic Illustrator - Kuanth and Mix-Media Artist - Stephen Lau collaborated with a Singaporean photographer to create an interactive art piece based on the theme 'Merge' in New York during 2007.

Tiger Translate has traveled through cities such as Bangkok, Dubai, Sydney, Mongolia, Cambodia, Beijing, New York, Berlin, Dublin and Auckland, where it all started a few years ago. For more on Tiger Translate and its past events, please visit


Anonymous said...

May i know which part of Kenanga City? Is it in Shopping Mall ?

Unknown said...

Its Lynda

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

Should be at the convention centre which is accessible from the shopping mall lift if I'm not mistaken.