Where Malaysian Hospitality meets the Passion of Buenos Aires

Bruno Tombari &
Rocío Lequio
Sebastian Acosta &
Fuchong El Tanguero, Indonesia
He was born and raised in the Island of God, Bali. He started his Argentine Tango career on February 2009. 2 years later, he moved to the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta, to deepen his knowledge of Tango. Since then, he has travelled numerously to Buenos Aires to immerse in the world of Argentine Tango.
Fuchong also actively participated in many festivals across Asia as participants, guest DJ, and/or International guest performers. About 4 years ago, he ventured to set up his own Milonga in Jakarta, where he is the Host and DJ. Under the flag of PACIENCIA MILONGA INDONESIA, he has help grown the Jakarta Tango community significantly. As a respectable and popular Tango teacher, he teaches and held Workshops at Jakarta, Bandung, Jogjakarta, and Bali.
Fuchong will spin druing the Milongas on Friday and Saturday.
Bruno Tombari, Argentina
Who I am? A guy from the neighborhood of Villa Ortúzar, in the city of Buenos Aires, a tango dancer, a milonguero, a traveler, a teacher, a football fan, I laugh a lot and cry easily, I am fun and a little annoying.
I was born among pianists and opera singers, a family of musicians who did not have dancers. I knew Tango thanks to my old man. He was the one who gave me this world of hugs, this expressive and creative language, which became my profession, my passion, the best way to know the world and that allows me to meet wonderful people....
Bruno will spin on Thursday from 11 pm onwards.
Marguerite Brodie, Malaysia
Malaysian Tanguera of the first hour and founder of the KL Tango Festival:
She'll make your feet itchy during the first three hours of the Milonga Aluan on Thursday.
If you want to know more about her, watch the documentary
Faces of Malaysia: Marguerite Brodie...