“Malaysia China Culture and Tourism Month – Fun with Nature” Experience Malaysia-China Culture Extravaganza at Zoo Negara
A culture-inspired campaign with the theme of “Malaysia China Culture and Tourism Month – Fun with Nature”, organised by China Cultural Centre in Kuala Lumpur, was launched at Zoo Negara Malaysia on September 26th, 2020.
The grand opening ceremony was officiated by Deputy Secretary-General of Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia Ms Saraya Arbi, Minister of Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Malaysia Tang Rui, Counselor of Culture Affair of Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Malaysia Zhang Zhen, Director of China Cultural Centre in Kuala Lumpur Zhang Jiexin and Deputy President of Zoo Negara [email protected] Ahmat Lana.
The grand opening ceremony was officiated by Deputy Secretary General of Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia Ms. Saraya Arbi, Minister of Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Malaysia Tang Rui.
The event is in conjunction with “Malaysia China Year of Culture and Tourism 2020” and in collaboration with Zoo Negara Malaysia, supported by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia, Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the People’s Republic of China, and the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Malaysia.
Guzheng by Sara Heng 古筝演奏| 王惜盈
Meer Nash LIVE singing Performance 歌曲演唱| 沙米尔
Chinese Opera Face Changing by Suresh 川剧变脸| 苏瑞
Chinese Diabola by Malim Melaka Diabola Team 空竹表演| 马六甲玛琳扯铃团队
Tang Rui pointed out that the governments of China and Malaysia are trying their best to give an impetus to open the green lane, in order to resume the normal exchanges between the two countries as soon as possible.
He said that tourism and culture is an important channel to promote coherence of people, hoping people-to-people visits and exchanges can get back to normal soon.
“As the first offline activity collaborated by CCCKL, Chinese embassy in Malaysia and MOTAC after Movement Control Order (MCO), this event has successfully attracted a lot of tourists to participate .”said by Tang Rui.
He said that this outdoor event helped the participants experience the culture of China and Malaysia after the pandemic, it would help to promote the cultural exchanges between the two countries.
Culture Experience and Tourism Booths 文旅体验
He added that Malaysia and China have made good efforts on tourism exchanges. Last year, the number of Chinese tourists to Malaysia reached 3.11 million. He believed there is still much room for development.”
The three-week event will be held until October 11th. A series of activities will be organized every weekend, whichincludes cultural performances, Mid-Autumn Festival booths, cultural exhibition, arts and crafts activities, tourism booths, traditional snacks, lucky draw and souvenirs awaiting for the visitors！
The first day event has successfully attracted thousands of visitors. During the opening ceremony, artists and performers from Malaysia and China have presented a series of multicultural collision shows such as Malay Traditional dance, Chinese Opera (Sichuan) Face Changing Show, Chinese Diabolo, Silat, Chinese martial arts, etc.
Giant Panda Yi Yi Memory Zone 熊猫“谊谊”不舍留言区
“This event aims to support and promote local and overseas tourism. It also allows both visitors and tourists to partake in enriched cultural experience while being close to nature in its fun-filled manner. ” said Zhang Jiexin.
He pointed out that through this opportunity, visitors also get to better understand Chinese traditional culture and tourism information at the same time.
There are also two highlights of the event, namely, the artwork exhibition of “We Are Together” drawing contest and “Giant Panda Yi Yi Memory Zone”
“We are together ” Drawing Contest Artwork Exhibition “我的战役寄画—爱的传递”海报绘画比赛作品展
During the MCO period, CCCKL had collaborated with the Zoo Negara Malaysia in organizing “We Are Together” drawing contest to help Zoo Negara to get through its financial difficulty during the temporary closure in MCO.
The drawing contest allowed the participants to express their concerns for others as well as the welfare of the animals through drawing. Winners of the poster drawing contest in each category had received Zoo Negara Adoption Package, cash prize, certificate and limited edition souvenir supported by CCCKL.
The drawing contest successfully received more than 700 entries nationwide. To reward all the participants, they were given unlimited entry passes in this three-week event. Public would only need to pay for the zoo entry ticket and free to attend all the cultural activities.
In addition, “Mid-Autumn Festival: A Moonmoment to Remember” will also be launched for this mid-autumn festival celebration.
Bring along your loved ones to enjoy an amazing grand culture-inspired feast amid Nature-hued setting of the Zoo Negara. For more inquiries and information, please visit the website: https://www.chinaculturalcentre.my/msiachinacultureandtourismyear.
CHINA CULTURAL CENTRE IN KUALA LUMPUR
SUPPORTED BY 支持单位：
MINISTRY OF TOURISM, ARTS AND CULTURE MALAYSIA
MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND TOURISM OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
EMBASSY OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA IN MALAYSIA
IN COLLABORATION WITH 合作单位：
ZOO NEGARA MALAYSIA
SPECIAL THANKS 特别鸣谢：