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Malaysia Pavilion Reflects Malaysian Lifestyle

2010. 19 May

Malaysian Pavilion at Shanghai Expo. Picture:Hairul

( Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim said the Malaysia Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo fully reflects Malaysian lifestyle.

"The Malaysia Pavilion is unique. Not only does the building architecture incorporate the characteristics and features of Malaysia, but most importantly, activities inside
the pavilion also reflect the 1Malaysia concept, where all Malaysians live harmoniously under one roof," said the minister when visiting the pavilion Monday.

Rais was at the Shanghai World Expo to receive the World Telecommunication and Information Society Award 2010 on behalf of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

The award is presented by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in conjunction with the World Telecommunication and Information Society Day celebrations held at the Information Centre of the Expo site.

"Activities including batik painting and silver handicraft demonstrations as well as cultural dance performances by artistes and entertainers which portray our rich cultures had attracted many visitors to visit the pavilion," said Rais.

The minister said, according to pavilion manager Ivy See, more than 400,000 visitors had so far visited the Malaysian pavilion.

Themed "Better City, Better Life", the Shanghai World Expo will continue until Oct 31, with organisers targeting 70 million visitors or more.