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Shillong, Meghalaya State, North-East India 7 & 8 February 2011: Kamini was invited by the Martin Luther Christian University in Shillong to conduct a storytelling and career guidance counselling workshop together with Dr.Gideon Arulmani. She also told traditional Khasi tribal tales at a public storytelling performance organized by The Shillong Performing Arts Society. Kamini re-told the folktale of U-Thlen (The Maneating Snake) and The Purple Crest (How Rooster saved the day). The highlight of this magical trip to Meghalaya State was her visit to the Living Roots Bridge in Mawlynnong and to The Sacred Forest in Mawphlang.
Edinburgh, Scotland from 22 to 31 October 2010: Kamini has been invited by The Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh to participate in the Scottish International Storytelling Festival 2010 from 22 October to 31 October. She will be representing both Malaysia and Singapore at this Festival. She is excited and proud to showcase and share her versatile repertoire of the region's oral traditional stories as well as her deep knowledge of Malaya/Singapura folktales at this prestigious Festival. http://www.scottishstorytellingcentre.co.uk
Festival Programme of Events: http://scottishstorytellingcentre.co.uk/images/images/files/SISFprogramme2010.pdf
Bangalore, India from 8 to 10 October 2010. Kamini has been invited by the organizers of the JIVA International Conference 2010 to introduce storytelling concepts for careers counselors. Kamini is working on a tandem keynote session with Gideon Arulmani, the Conference Chair, where she will be storytelling and he will be speaking. She is looking forward to opening up the world of storytelling for counseling workers and introducing specific traditional tales that echo the careers and vocations theme. www.jivacareer.org/conference