A People’s Hangout: New Naratif’s Virtual Festival May 2021

New Naratif needs your support to survive. To be able to continue operating this year, we need to raise a total of US$226,336—that’s 4,353 new members. Please join our movement to create a freer, more democratic Southeast Asia.
New Naratif needs your support to survive. To be able to continue operating this year, we need to raise a total of US$226,336—that’s 4,353 new members. Please join our movement to create a freer, more democratic Southeast Asia.

In conjunction with our membership drive, we have some fun events planned for you to meet the community and the New Naratif team!

Trivia Night with PJ Thum!
Friday, 21 May, at 8 p.m. GMT+8
Grab your friends and test your knowledge of all things pop culture and Southeast Asia. Winners get exclusive New Naratif merch!
PJ Thum will be hosting a trivia night on Friday, 21 May at 8 p.m. GMT+8.

Join us for a trivia night with PJ Thum as the host on Friday, 21 May, at 8 p.m. GMT+8. Grab your friends and test your knowledge on all things Southeast Asia! Winners will get exclusive New Naratif merchandise!

Virtual screening of Bila Kami Bersatu for documentary night and a Q&A with co-director Minxi Chua and M. Sarasvathy, Executive Secretary of the National Union of Workers in Hospital Support and Allied Services.
Virtual screening of Bila Kami Bersatu for documentary night and a Q&A with co-director Minxi Chua and M. Sarasvathy, Executive Secretary of the National Union of Workers in Hospital Support and Allied Services.

For the documentary night, we’ll be screening Bila Kami Bersatu (When We Are One), a powerful documentary short about a hospital cleaners’ union in northern Peninsular Malaysia.

We’ll host a Q&A about the movie with co-director Minxi Chua, who is also New Naratif’s Operations Manager, and M. Sarasvathy, Executive Secretary of the National Union of Workers in Hospital Support and Allied Services. Minxi and M. Sarasvathy will also talk about the film’s continuing impact. Get your snacks ready and join us on Friday, 28 May, at 8 p.m. GMT+8.

Existing members can attend this event for free! Join New Naratif as a member today.

If you are not a member, you can donate a minimum of US$1 and get a one-week membership and access to New Naratif’s content. You can also donate US$5 and get access to this event and membership for a month. Please provide proof of your donation as part of your registration. Please use Virtual Festival as your reference. Our donation options can be found here.

Sign up for the virtual festival here.

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