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LONDON, Oct 10 (Bernama) — A group of Malaysian children under 12 wowed visitors to an event promoting Malaysia at South Banks here with a superb cultural performance.
The dancers, from Tunas Budaya Negeri Sembilan, thrilled the London residents and foreigners who attended Malaysia Week 2012, prompting one visitor to invite them to stage more performances at other venues.
“This is because they feel that elements of Malaysian culture are interesting and beautiful to watch,” Malaysian Culture and Arts Department officer Sidharati Zaharah Yusof, 30, told Malaysian journalists covering the programme on Tuesday.
She said the children were nervous because this was their maiden performance abroad, but gained confidence upon seeing that the audience enjoyed their show.
“Despite the fatigue, cold weather and daily training, the children are so proud to perform for Malaysia in London,” she said.
The team of five girls and five boys, aged between nine and 12, accompanied by two teachers, showcased eight types of dance, including one modern.
They included the Zapin Fusion, Joget Serampang Laut, Tarian Piring, Tarian Borneo and Inang Renek.
Dancer Siti Mariam Mohd Maszli, 12, said she was proud to be able to dance for Londoners and enjoyed every moment of it. “I was nervous at first but later enjoyed myself,” she said.
For Mohd Arif Haikal Yusof, 12, the cold weather did not stop them from putting up a good show.
He said he hoped to get another chance to dance for people in London in the future.
Besides dances by the children, Malaysia Week 2012 also includes cultural performances by Istana Budaya artistes throughout the five-day programme which began last Saturday.
From Normalazwa Jamaludin
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