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About 30 Japanese academics and researchers from the 9 International Conference of Asian Arts Management in Malaysia 2014, visited Kg Hakka on 15.12.14. The Kampung Hakka Mantin ????? were honoured by their interest. Rakan Mantin group had an interesting exchange with the visitors and show them round the place and the community.

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On 10 December, International Human Rights Day, 2014, Rakan Mantin were among the six nominees, nominated by public members, for the Suaram Human Rights Award . The others were Dapur Jalanan, The Transgender Community of Seremban, Sisters in Islam, Persatuan Mahasiswa Universiti Malaya 2013/2014, and Teoh Beng Hock Trust for Democracy. We’re proud to be among just minded friends.

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Kg Hakka coming to Kuala Lumpur

November 17th, 2014

This collection of 24 B/W photographs of Kg Hakka Mantin was on display at the Kuala Lumpur Photography Festival last weekend. It was an important visual statement about a significant Malaysian historical and cultural landscape.

Hew from Kg Hakka looking at the photo ehibition

Hew from Kg Hakka looking at the photo ehibition

Chong from Kg Hakka came to join the exhibition

Chong from Kg Hakka came to join the exhibition

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Rakan Mantin networking in Penang

November 17th, 2014

The Arts-ED Penang, 8-10 Nov.14, invited over thirty individuals and groups in the country to come together to network and to share their experiences working in communities through the various arts practises.

Five panels of visual profile of Kg Hakka Mantin on display in Penang.

Five panels of visual profile of Kg Hakka Mantin on display in Penang.

The participants at the net working event organised by Arts Ed Penang.

The participants at the net working event organised by Arts Ed Penang.

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The Kampung Hakka Mantin ????? folks are helping Yap Tuck Chai’s family rebuilt another home where their house was demolished in a questionable manner. Their family dog died guarding the house from the intruders. They are determined to establish their rights to stay. Any help is welcome. The elected law makers promised change but is this the best they can do? Please share.

Yap Tuck Chai's house in Kg Hakka demolished.

Yap Tuck Chai’s house in Kg Hakka demolished.

Friends and villagers helping to rebuilt the house.

Friends and villagers helping to rebuilt the house.

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