KUALA SELANGOR, 9 SEPT: Organizing the Arts and Culture Carnival 2017 stage Kuala Selangor District becomes a venue for upholding culture and art for the younger generation.

Kuala Selangor District Council Secretary Acting (MDKS), Mohamad Yusli Askandar  said the annual event was held to introduce culture and the arts as well as to expose multi-ethnic customs to the general public. "The purpose of the special program is to educate young people who are also future generations to focus on the arts and cultural aspects so as not to lose them. "Generations of state assets are priceless because they take on the role and role of educating and forming them today," he said at the Carnival and Culture Launching Ceremony in Kampung Bukit Belimbing, Kuala Selangor, here today.

He further said it was his responsibility to develop a culture of love among generations. "They need to be nurtured and formed as generations with high spirit of enthusiasm to grow the love of culture and art. "MDKS will continue to organize such programs in order to achieve MDGB's 2016-2020 Strategic Plan which will stimulate the development of human capital to create civil society and harmonious life," he said.

There were several performances and nine competition events including column drawing competitions, khat jawi drawing competitions and lantern-making competitions. At the same time, a Public Outreach Initiative (IPR) was held between 36 recipients of the RM258,000 Hijrah Loan Scheme.

Additionally, a school bag was handed over to 30 registered children of the Selangor Children's Heritage Fund (TAWAS), the Healthy Care Scheme to five recipients, SMUE-Friendly Scheme (7 recipients) and Foodstamp donations to four recipients.


Sumber: Selangorkini

Last Updated: Friday, 29 May 2020 - 8:41pm