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Malaysia Promotes Its Diverse Culture and Tourism in Guangzhou
On the evening of March 7, the Malaysia Culture Festival kicked off in the Asia-Pacific International Club, Favorview Palace, jointly by Tourism Malaysia and Asia-Pacific International Club (APIC).

Updated:1362731365Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

Malaysia, one of Asia's main attractions, has a number of ideal tourist destinations as well as cultural and religion charms.


Celebriting the festival launch with Teh Tarik


 
On the evening of March 7, the Malaysia Culture Festival kicked off in the Asia-Pacific International Club, Favorview Palace, jointly by Tourism Malaysia and Asia-Pacific International Club (APIC).


Malaysian traditional craft kain batik


 
The festival aims at promoting culture, tourism and the essence of Malaysia to APIC members. When mentioning a country's charm, we could not avoid its characteristic cuisine. The Malaysian delicacies mix the sour and spice in Southeastern Asian cuisine as well as Chinese cooking, creating colorful flavors with a wide range of sauce choices. On the night, the two professional chefs, Executive Chef Mr. Chandana Devapura of the APIC and Guest Chef Rashid, who flew in from Malaysia, treated the club members with a superb Malaysian buffet dinner. Rashid also especially presented Teh Tarik and Roti Canai performance.


Malaysian artists demonstrates kain batik painting


 
In the interview, the Consul General of Malaysia, Francisco Munis introduced that Malaysia is a very friendly and safe country. With the population of 28 million, the country has welcome about 25 million visitors in the last year. Compared to the neighboring tourism countries, Malaysian culture is a fusion and comparably closer to China's way of life. The official languages of English and Chinese provide more convenience to ex-pat visitors. The tourism minister has regulated the industry's prices to make the taxi fee as standard, giving piece of mind to holiday-makers.


Malaysian folk dances


 The Malaysia Culture Festival follows Mexico, Belgium, and Poland to be the fourth event of the APIC International Culture Festival. The whole program kicked off in July, 2012, by the APIC and consulate generals in Guangzhou, providing an international platform for international business exchange and personal networking.


Malaysian folk dance



Dancers perform among the guests




Chef Rashid presented Teh Tarik performance



(By Jessie Huang, Rik Glauert, photographed by Jessie)

 

Editor:Jessie Huang
 
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