Retro dance performance wows the crowd at Limkokwing International Cultural Festival 2018
A Malaysian seventies-themed musical dance performance stole the show at the Limkokwing International Cultural Festival on 10 May 2018.
The Malaysian team’s stunning tribute to the country’s legendary entertainer, Tan Sri P. Ramlee took home the most coveted prize of the night.
On behalf of the team that performed the number, Navinasurya a/p Nedumaran who is studying for a Bachelor of Design (Hons) in Professional Design (Visual Communication), expressed her delight at winning first place, saying it took a lot of dedicated hard work.
“We are extremely happy and proud with the performance results; our day and night continuous efforts have led us to this tremendous achievement. It was amazing to hear loud cheers from our fellow students while on stage.”
She also commended Limkokwing University for hosting events where students from all over the world unite and learn from each other’s cultures.
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Navinasurya extended thanks to their lecturer Mr. Azmi for the spectacular choreography and support.
The festival at the Cyberjaya campus saw a massive turnout, with everyone celebrating the theme - “The World in One Place.”
This year’s festival also set a new record in the Malaysia Book of Records - the highest number of country representatives participating in a cultural festival with 110 delegates attending!
The festival was graced by Royal Guest of Honour and Chancellor, Duli Yang Maha Mulia Sultanah Pahang Sultanah Hajjah Kalsom DK of Malaysia, accompanied by His Highness Tengku Abdul Fahd Mu’adzam Shah Ibni Sultan Ahmad Shah.
Thousands of visitors were engaged with exciting activities, with various authentic delicacies, mind-blowing arts, traditional music and amazing dances by Limkokwing students, representing their countries.
Among the highlights on stage were local group, De Fam, and a special guest performance by Limkokwing University’s very own Joe Flizzow.