Earlier today, Shadow Puppet Theatre (SPT) performed at Brickfields Asia College (BAC), PJ Campus in support of the college’s forum on tackling social issues; drug abuse, alcohol consumption, relationship issues, time wastage and smoking (D.A.R.T.S).
“Our songs today jives with the theme of the forum and we’re happy to have had the chance to perform. SKOWT has given us the avenue to grow and it’s a stepping stone towards our goal to prove ourselves and even someday represent Malaysia internationally”.
Ever since joining hands with SKOWT, Khai, a social activist, intends to reach out to youth to promote a drug free lifestyle via music.
“Music has the power to change people, the community and the world and with SKOWT providing an innovative music platform, we’re one step closer to paving a way for a brighter future for youth, helping them come out of D.A.R.T.S” – Khai
SKOWT recently partnered with – Khai Aziz upon finding common ground in the passion for music and zeal in helping others.
Khai is an activist, speaker, writer and singer in a Punk Rock band that promotes drug-free, sober, PMA, Straight edge, poison free lifestyle.
“I see SKOWT as a good platform for independent artist like myself. I have been searching for someone who could help me out in helping bands, organisations and struggling artist. Gladly, I met my old friend who shares the same passion as myself in music and helping people – a music platform with a good cause!” – Khai
With the SKOWT partnership, we aim to expand more into colleges, universities and schools to find hidden talent among disadvantaged youths in hope of making their dreams come through and helping change their lives.