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Designing and Spirituality

Jun 2, 2012
Designing and Spirituality

Recently, one of my student's was featured in China Press, a local Chinese Newspaper in Malaysia. Eric Choong is a leading fashion designer here in Malaysia, and is famous for designing glamorous evening and wedding gowns. I have known Eric for many years now... What many people don't know is that besides fashion, the...

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Designer Eric Choong Teaches DIY Fashion at KSA

May 9, 2011
Designer Eric Choong Teaches DIY Fashion at KSA

Eric showed our Kecharians how, with a little DIY, they can recycle their old fashion into something new and trendy. In this intimate class, Eric guided a group with little to no experience...

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