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BINTULU: The participation of many students of Universiti Putra Malaysia Bintulu Campus (UPMKB) and the youths around Bintulu in the Cultural Citra Night shows their high interest in the arts and culture of the country, thus helping to highlight their talents.
His program director Farhan Johan Jurat said, the Cultural Citra Night is not only to hone the talents of its participants comprising Bintulu youth and UPMKB students, but also the opportunity to discover latent talent.
“Through this program, we strive to ensure that the cultural arts in the country are not forgotten,” he said at the Cultural Citra Night which was attended by 118 UPMKB students and outside the university campus organized by students of the QKB2101 UPMKB Credit Co-curriculum Course of Malay Dance Arts recently.
He said he hoped that the program would strengthen the good relationship between the participants and bring success to the support and cooperation of all parties in the program..
Meanwhile, the course facilitator Fazry Abdullah said he hoped that the program would be able to teach and expose the university students and their external participants to the cultural arts of every society in the country.
Among the activities held were Talent Search (Challenging to sing and dance), Prince and Puteri Citra, Dance Basic Workshop and Sales Expo which is open for outsiders and UPMKB students.
Date of Input: 21/12/2022 | Updated: 21/12/2022 | lanz
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