Lebanese Cuisine with Chef Ali El Bourji

Mosaic, Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur

Relish in a spectrum of exotic Lebanese delicacies prepared by guest chef Ali El Bourji from Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai from August 17 to 20 at Mosaic, the all-day dining restaurant of Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur.

Begin the culinary journey with a selection of cold appetisers that include authentic Lebanese fattoush salad – salad with a medley of tomato, capsicum, crispy pita, sumac, tossed in apple vinegar, pomegranate molasses, and olive oil; hommous – a delicate blend of chickpeas with tahini and lemon juice; baba ghanouj – chargrilled smoked eggplant with tomatoes, Spanish onion, capsicum, garlic, parsley, pomegranate seeds, and lemon juice; bulghul bel banadoura – coarse bulgur wheat with tomato, onion, capsicum, and red chilli; and shanklish Salad – spiced aged akawi and feta cheese with tomatoes, onion, and parsley, just to name a few.

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The Cooler Lumpur Festival 2017

Publika, Solaris Dutamas

Southeast Asia’s first and only festival of ideas, The Cooler Lumpur Festival, returns with its fifth edition – Notes from The Future – this August. This year’s theme will look to the social, political, technological, and cultural ideas that have become representative of these times and tell the story of our collective futures.

The Cooler Lumpur Festival is a multidisciplinary festival curated by PopDigital in partnership with the British Council Malaysia, Goethe-Institut and Embassy of the United States of America. The Kuala Lumpur-centric festival adopts specific themes each year with the aim to expand the city’s cultural horizons, build stronger communities and cultivate the creativity and imagination of people.

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Confluential

8 Conlay Sales Gallery

In collaboration with Art WeMe, Confluential will feature artworks by Malaysian artists, CN Liew and Ng Foo Cheong as well as international artists including Lok Kerk Hwang (Singapore), Liao Ying Hsi (Taiwan), Saenkom (Thailand) and Sanzi (China). Malaysian renowned artist, Ng Foo Cheong, will be present to share insights about his work which engenders a unique dialogue between the art of past and present cultures.

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