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By Tysha Khan
Performed in English & Malay.
Kiki knows this Hari Raya is super ultra extra special, and she’s going to find her own way to celebrate! Celebrate with Kiki by watching her storytelling session with her Ibu (mother). You can join her by making your own sock puppet, or sing along to her happy songs in the sing-along video!
Kiki knows this Hari Raya is super ultra extra special, and she’s going to find her own way to celebrate! Join Kiki and Ibu as they discover the meaning of celebration through doing all the things that make them happy.
Based on Tysha’s story It’s Still Hari Raya!, Kiki sings to make herself and Ibu feel better. Sing-along with Kiki in English.
Tysha makes use of sock puppets in her story Today is Hari Raya! With Sofia Nasir’s help, learn how to make one of your own with simple materials you can find at home. (Only available in English)
It's Still Hari Raya was first published in conjunction with Pesta Raya Online 2020.
Tysha Khan is a Singapore-based actor and writer. The first Malay-Muslim woman to graduate from Intercultural Theatre Institute, she hopes to create theatre that effectively captures the culture of her community. Tysha also aims to keep making and performing work that explore different facets of identity, while delving into societal issues.
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