Hong Kong & Indonesia
South East Dance Troupe
Charity Tour Dance Performance in Malaysia

“Savour The Asian Heritage”
An Evening of South-East Asia Cultural Dance Performance
Celebrating Merdeka and 1Malaysia

17th August 2010
Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre

Main Organizer

Penang First Assembly, Pulau Pinang
Taiping Hua Lian High School, Perak
Ipoh Poi Lam High School, Perak

The Hong Kong/Indonesia - South-East Asia Dance Troupe (SEADT) will be making an exuberant presence for a week at the Charity Tour Dance Performance which is to take place in Malaysia. This event will seek to promote a series of “Savour The Asian Heritage” shows in Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Taiping and Ipoh, and is held held in conjunction to the Merdeka Festival 2010. Featuring Madam Surianty Liu Chun Wai, a well-known and highly respected figure in the Asian performing arts scene, she will be bringing her Southeast Asia Dance Troupe from Hong Kong and Jakarta to tour and perform in Malaysia. She carries with her a wealth of experience in dance and performing arts, particularly in ethnic, classical, folk and traditional dances of South East Asia.

SEADT Charity Tour Dance Performance offers a supportive atmosphere aims at fostering cultural exchange, a creative impartation of ideas, encouraging exploration of new grounds and providing opportunities for dance aficionados to experience a wide spectrum of Asian Heritage in dance/movement disciplines. This gala performance will be staged and showcased at the Grand Opening Performance to be held at the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPAC) on the 17th of August 2010, the city’s first fully functional performing arts venue is designed to meet the needs of an ever demanding and diverse arts scene in Malaysia.

· To present the diversity of Asian heritage’s of multi-genre and multi-cultural dance scene · To promote the arts, culture and celebrate with Malaysia’s unique cultural diversity, as well as to bridge the different ethnic, language and cultures towards mutual understanding and enhanced appreciation of the value of arts and cultural heritage in the Asian region. · To enhance the development of art and culture in furtherance of the 1Malaysia concept. · To raise funds for charitable organizations and NGO’s schools.

“Savour The Asian Heritage” Charity Tour Dance Performance
This event will incorporate not only performances but also to educate and address Asian Heritage and dance in different ways as well as to explore its diverse roles, elements and forms.This event will cater to the interests of performers, choreographers, academics and enthusiasts alike. The aims of this jointly funded event are firstly, to provide dance exposure and showcase in a series of performances, showcasing the vibrant South-East Asia dance and talents.

The Joint Local Organizers
The “Savour The Asian Heritage” Charity Tour Dance Performance event is an excellent opportunity for the local organizers to jointly work toward establishing a caring society through national building and community service, as well as serving educational purposes. Each tour performance aims to fund raise for notable charitable organizations, social concern works and schools that are in urgent need of financial assistance from the community.

Schedule for SEADT Charity Tour Dance Performance in Malaysia
Aug 17 Tues
SEADT Opening Gala Performance at KLPAC Pentas 1, Kuala Lumpur.
Aug 20 Fri
SEADT Charity Tour Dance Performance at Dewan Sri Penang, Pulau Pinang
Aug 21 Sat
SEADT Charity Tour Performance at Taiping Hua Lian High School, Perak
Aug 22 Sun
SEADT Charity Dance Performance at Ipoh Poi Lam High School, Perak

Main Organizer
CDFM Bhd is the official host organiser for the Grand Opening Night Performance of the Hong Kong/Indonesia SEADT Charity Tour Performance entitled, “Savour The Asian Heritage” on 17th August, 2010 to be held at Pentas 1, Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre. This would be a great highlight of South-East Asia Cultural Dance Performance - celebrating Merdeka and 1Malaysia!


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