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DIVERSE



What makes Malaysia beautiful? Is it the diverse cultures embracing each other in unity or the myriad of faiths and traditions that set her apart? ‘Diversity’ depicts the minute details and moments that make you feel like you’re experiencing it yourself.

Directed by world-renowned TV commercial director, Mark Toia, these videos and sounds encapsulate the essence of collaboration by using a wide variety of instruments and production techniques by Chilli Pepper Films. ‘Diversity’ is a collaboration between Tourism Malaysia and Sharp Electronics (M) Sdn Bhd.

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9 Comments

  1. Hope the montage has shown in Bukit Bintang, Dataran Merdeka and KLCC..Breathtaking, bewitched and fascinated. The every element like city, village, culture, people, flora, fauna, beaches, island, mountain, architecture, jungles, forest, hills, sea, river, waterfalls, facilities infrastructures, skyscrapers, multicultures cuisines, harmony, religion diversity merges together and spellbounding. This is "means" what the " TRULY ASIA ". The all main element of Asia symbolize and combined are in one place; MALAYSIA🇲🇾.

  2. yess, Malaysia is amazing. Malaysia is truly ASIA because it consists of many Asian cultures. one of the cultures that built Malaysia is Indonesian culture. mostly are JAVANESE, MINANG, and BUGIS. besides Chinese and Indian descendants, Malaysian's ancestors were from Indonesia. Javanese, Minang, or any other tribes of Indonesia, they used to travel or migrate from Indonesia to Malaysia. thats why in Malaysia theres a mixed culture. which actually Indonesia and Malaysia have to respect each other. because Indonesia is actually like a Mother to Malaysia ❤️🇮🇩🇲🇾
    Example :
    1. BATIK from Java-Indonesia exists in Malaysia because of the vast of Javanese migration long time ago
    2. SONGKET from Minang-Indonesia exists in Malaysia because some of Minangnese migrated to Malaysia
    3. Nasi Ambeng from Java-Indonesia now becomes popular in Malaysia and Singapore
    4. Nasi Padang from West Sumatera also popular in Malaysia and Sing
    5. RANDANG from West Sumatra is the most loved food in Malaysia and Sing
    6. KEBAYA is traditional attire originally from Java-Indonesia now are commonly worn in Malaysia
    7. WAYANG KULIT from Java-Indonesia is also becoming part of their culture, and many more

    How lovely that Indonesia, Malahsia, and Sing are sharing some of beautiful cultures 😊

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