"Biar tenang jiwaku..."
"Let my soul rest..."
You may be feeling emotional today. But guess what? You're allowed to be.
P7:1SMA shares JIWANG, a karaoke dance film about enjoying excessive emotions and a desire to escape. Be vocal and vulnerable through evergreen Maly Jiwang songs from the 80s - 90s. Let your guard down in a personalised experience.
Meaning of Jiwang:
Jiwang is a Malay slang referring to excessive romantic, anguish and heartbreaking love. The burst of Jiwang songs (slow rock music) in the 1980s-1990s accompanied the growth of the term Jiwang. It describes an individual's emotional relationship and releases with music and can be a social marker (e.g. a Jiwang person)
Online viewing period:
Monday, 17 August 2020 to 17 September 2020
Duration: Approximately 45 min
How to get your tickets:
Pay a ticket price that you are comfortable with.
Set your own time and date to watch Jiwang.
Each ticket allows you to join once and within 24 hours of the ticket date.
The link and details of the karaoke dance film with be sent to the e-mail address provided upon ticket registration and before the commencement period.
Send a gift to someone dear by typing their email address to give a free Jiwang ticket.
If you are feeling generous, please consider purchasing a higher pricing options
CAST & CREW
Researcher & Translater:
Kow Xiao Jun
Daryl Norman Soh
Videographer & Editor:
Md Al-Hafiz Bin Hosni
Zac Denver Lee