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LONDON, Oct 11 (Bernama) — The Malaysia Week 2012 in London, which was held at South Bank here for five days since Saturday, came to an end yesterday.
Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen the closed the event which was launched by Information, Communication and Culture Minister, Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.
The Malaysia Week participants were proud to represent the country in introducing Malaysia’s culture, arts and heritage besides promoting Malaysia as an attractive tourist destination.
A Kelantanese batik businessman, Mohd Rashdi Ibrahim, 43, told Malaysian reporters on Wednesday that this was his third Malaysia Week programme.
He said many of the visitors did not know much about Malaysia and were wowed by the Malaysian products featured at the programme.
Mohd Rashdi said products received encouraging response and that he met his sales target.
A National Visual Art Gallery painter, Nik Zaiton Mustapha, 49, said Londoners were amazed by some of her paintings on Malaysia’s beauty.
Among others they showcased the country’s signature landmarks like the Sultan Abdul Samad building and Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) besides flora scenery themes.
She said they were very enthusiastic about Malaysia and planned to visit the country soon.
Another National Visual Art Gallery artist Jayshree Ramasamy, 48, said the Malaysia Week had brought the country closer to the patrons’ hearts especially on its multicultural aspect.
Jayshree said the programme was an opportunity to promote Malaysia to the world as a developing nation.
FROM NORMALAZWA JAMALUDIN
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