Mr. Low Leong Sin (left), AP. Dr. Syed Rahim Syed Hamid, Ustaz Muhammad Iqbal Samadi, Tengku Azlan Shah Tengku Mohamad and En. Ibrahim Ahmad at the exhibition. En.Low Leong Sin explaining the word for ‘Love' written in Chinese calligraphy and Jawi.
A workshop and exhibition entitled ‘Promoting Unity through Chinese and Jawi Calligraphy' was jointly organized by the Non-Muslim Affairs Unit of the Perak state government, General Studies Unit of Student Development Department, UniKL RCMP, Perak Chinese Calligraphy Association, National Seni Khat Association and MBBS Year 2 students. It was held on 2 November, 2016 at the Multi-Purpose Hall of the UniKL RCMP main campus in Ipoh. Thumbs up for the event by Mr Low Leong Sin, the Dean of FOM, the Deputy Dean of FPHS, Head of Department for Student Development, Coordinator of the General Studies Unit and all the participants. The objective of this programme was to showcase the link between the two types of artistic writing and the cultural and religious influences that have shaped these art forms popular among the Muslim and Chinese communities. This activity is also expected to bring about greater understanding among people of different cultures and promote these artistic forms among the younger generation of Malaysians. Beauty or ‘Cantik' was chosen as the theme for the workshop to symbolize the beauty that is portrayed in the writing styles of Chinese calligraphy and Seni Khat. Councilor Low Leong Sin (centre) receiving a souvenir which contains the Chinese and Islamic calligraphy writing of the workshop theme ‘Mei'(Beauty) from the Head of Department for Student Development, En. Ibrahim Bin Ahmad, accompanied by the Project manager, Muhammad Isyraf Bin Mohamad Basri.
Approximately 327 participants from the MBBS programme (Year 1, 2 and 3), Bachelor of Pharmacy Sem 3, Diploma in Physiotherapy Sem 1, Raja Perempuan Taayah Secondary School, Ave Maria Convent and the general public from Ipoh took part in this half-day workshop. The interaction of Kaligrafi Cina and Seni Khat using the theme "Beauty". The workshop presented talks and activities arranged by the Perak Chinese Calligraphy Association and the National Seni Khat Association. A Chinese Character and Jawi Calligraphy writing Competition was also carried out, sponsored by the Recreation and Sports Club of RCMP. Reported by Wong Siaw Wuei Pakirisamy a/l Saminathan
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