Do Something Different
Wake up. Brush teeth. Shower. Go to class/work. Come home. Sleep. Repeat process.
If you’re tired of the same old boring routine, then take on CultureRun’s challenge and ‘Do Something Different’ (DSD)! The DSD campaign aims to encourage and inspire young Malaysians to learn exciting new things each week for three months.
The campaign that runs from 12th May to 15th July will begin with DSD weekends with different classes being hosted each week according to different themes. Expect to learn from industry experts in areas like Life Skills; Music, Dance & Fashion and Language & Culture, to name a few. These classes will all be charged at a flat rate of RM50.
If you’re a young working professional who would love to participate but can’t bear to sacrifice your social commitments over the weekends, don’t worry. 27th May marks the onset of DSD weeknights with shorter and more easygoing classes to fit your schedule. Wine Appreciation, Film Screening, Giant Board Games and even Speed Dating are just some of the things to look forward to. Costs for DSD weeknights vary and are yet to be confirmed.
The campaign ends with Social Awareness weekend; a 2 day affair with organizations such as Change Your World and Loyar Burok currently confirmed to conduct workshops/talks. The days will include performances and entertainment. Social Awareness weekend aims to encourage young Malaysians into action, by first educating them on the issues affecting Malaysia and the world today.
If you would like to find out more about the ‘Do Something Different’ campaign or would like to purchase tickets, hop on over to www.culturerun.com. Absolutely no walk-ins will be permitted so make sure you grab your tickets beforehand! There will also be packages available for purchase, as well as discounts for students.
Hmm..I wonder which class I should go for. Speed dating, perhaps?