Malaysia’s Heritage Landmarks on International Screens
By Chrishandra Sebatiampillai, Beh May TingDecember 2021 FEATURE
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Dr. Chrishandra Sebastiampillai is a lecturer in Film, Television and Screen Studies at Monash University Malaysia. Her research interests include stardom and celebrity, the romance genre and its film couples, and Southeast Asian cinema.
Beh May Ting
Dr Beh May Ting is an urban anthropologist and a senior analyst in Penang Institute. She draws professional and personal inspirations from the finer things in life.