When told her face would be seen by thousands of Penangites and out-of-towners as they converged in Magazine Road from the Penang Bridge, she said humbly enough, “Oh really?
” The image of the 29-year-old arts major from Petaling Jaya, was drawn by Canadian street-artist Emmanuel Jarus on the facade of the 1st Avenue Mall here over the weekend.
Speaking about her transition from doctor to artist, Dr Koh said she pursued medicine at her parent’s urging although her lifelong dream was to be an artist.
She earned her medical degree in IMU, and trained at hospitals in Wigan, England.
" she added, calling for people to mind their own business.
PETALING JAYA: Former Attorney-General Gani Patail officially retired today, one day shy of his 60th birthday, the mandatory retirement age for public servants in the country.
In a report in The Malaysian Insider, public relations officer from the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) Mohamad Amsyari Mohamad Suhaimi said Gani did not conduct the symbolic clock-out as top civil servants usually did upon retirement and added, “He has been on leave since July 27 prior to retirement.” Lawyer N Athimulan, in referring to his 20-year working relationship with the AG, said the job was a tedious one.
” Readers are required to have a valid Facebook account to comment on this story. S.) TVA/CBC/The Comedy Network (Canada) BBC1 (UK) TF1 (France) ETB 1 (Basque Country) Channel One Germany/ZDF/Channel 7/BR (Germany) Channel One Russia (Russia) CCTV-4/CTV International (China) Hanoi Radio Television (Vietnam, 2011–2012) Indosiar (Indonesia) Nine Network (Australia) Just for Laughs: Gags (in French, Juste pour rire: Gags) is a Canadian silent comedy/hidden camera reality television show that is under the Just for Laughs brand.It is based on the similar American series Candid Camera. In December 26, 2000, JFL: Gags began airing on French Canadian network Canal D.’ “I did not object because I was honoured to be his (Jarus) subject.But I never knew it was going to be this big,” Dr Koh exclaimed.
Spanning some 24-feet wide, it is learnt Jarus took nearly five days to complete the impressive work of art. Dr Koh she was first introduced to Jarus through Penang-based art coordinator Tan Chor Whye, when they were down in Kuala Lumpur to help fellow street-artist Ernest Zacharevic on a mural he was working on.