Sharing Caligraphy is a symbol of unity

By TIN Media | Kedah Published 1 year ago on 25 February 2020
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Sharing culture through calligraphy is a symbol of unity among people of many races.

Exco on Unity, Indian Community Affairs, Domestic Trade and Kedah Consumer Affairs, R Summugam said that learning the culture of multiracial people can foster mutual respect for one another.

"It is a symbol of unity in which the art of the Chinese and Indian communities studied Malay and vice versa," he said.

He said this when launching the Community Unity Love Program at Kulim District Unity Activity Center here yesterday.

Meanwhile, he said, in the context of differences of opinion, it should be considered and appreciated and not considered as a factor of disunity but should be discussed to find the best solution for all parties.

"The people need to be aware that the responsibility to maintain the unity of diversity in Malaysia is our shared responsibility," he said.

In the program, various events were held including opportunities for learning the art of writing, Chinese and Indian calligraphy.

The program is a series of outreach programs in each district where Kulim is the first destination.

Also held were government agency booths, coloring contests, cooking competitions, sambal belacan fries and towel compositions.


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