Kumpulan Selendang Perak (KSP)

in Culture

Membership : 20 Pengerusi : Tuan Haji Basir @ Basnee Bin Ngah Mat Ali

Badan Warisan Malaysia (The Heritage of Malaysia Trust)

in Culture

Who are we Badan Warisan Malaysia (The Heritage of Malaysia Trust) is the leading national heritage NGO with a reputation for excellence in heritage conservation services spanning more than 25 years. We work throughout Malaysia, cooperating with community groups, institutions, the private sector and all levels of Government to promote the conservation and preservation of our historic buildings and places. We play a pivotal role in advocacy through a range of activities including heritage education, and we initiate research and documentation of our heritage assets and contribute at...

Frinjan

in Culture, Youth

Siapa kami Frinjan adalah sebuah kolektif longgar pengkarya dan penikmat seni budaya, dan kata ‘Frinjan’ diambil dari perkataan Bahasa Inggeris, ‘fringe’. Resondeternya ialah untuk menganjurkan aktiviti seni budaya bersifat semi-komersial dengan suntikan literari, pembudayaan masyarakat dan pengembangan sosial . Frinjan berpendirian untuk memanfaatkan seni sebagai medium untuk menarik perhatian masyarakat terhadap isu-isu sosial politik yang berlaku, sering bekerjasama dengan badan bukan kerajaan, komuniti seni dan institusi pendidikan. Frinjan turut berhasrat untuk...

Oriental Art and Cultural Association

in Culture

Who are we We are a cultural association dedicated to the idea of enriching people’s lives through art. The association was founded as a non-profit association in 2010 under the auspices of Elken Foundation committed to encouraging the understanding of art and culture through exhibition, collection, research and education. Two floors of a shop house building were converted into a 13,000 sq ft gallery space and other facilities including classrooms, resource centre, and collection room. Our goals OACA aims to become the focal point of cross-cultural dialogues in art of various traditions and...

Palestinian Cultural Organisation Malaysia

in Culture, Support Groups

About Us The Palestinian Cultural Organisation Malaysia is an independent non-governmental organisation that aims at spreading awareness about the Palestinian Cause and concentrating the Malaysian support to the Palestinians at all public and official levels. Our vision To become the Malaysian gateway to the Palestinian Cause, and the Palestinian gateway to Malaysia. Our mission To present the true picture of the Palestinian Cause to the Malaysian government, society and media so that we become a recognised reference on the developments of the Cause and the suffering and hopes of the...

Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU)

in Culture

Speaking to more than half the world’s population spread across half the earth’s surface, Asia-Pacific broadcasters need a strong voice. And they have it in the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union. The ABU, which celebrates its 50 th anniversary in 2014, has more than 220 member broadcasters large and small spread across the region’s 58 countries, from Turkey in the west to Samoa in the east, and from Russia in the north to New Zealand in the south. Established in 1964 as a non-profit, non-government, professional association to assist the development of broadcasting in the region, the ABU...

MyDance Alliance

in Culture

Who are we Registered in 2001, MyDance Alliance is a young society with a steadily growing membership base. Our mission To bring together a community of dance practitioners and dance enthusiasts that supports and promotes dance in Malaysia. Our aims To form a network organisation that links dance enthusiasts locally and internationally. To support and promote the many forms of dance that exist in Malaysia (cultural, traditional, contemporary, ballet or commercial) through the following: education and training performances dance related publications research and documentation of...

The Instant Café Theatre

in Culture

  The Instant Café Theatre Company is more than a theatre company – it’s an IDEA, and a way of looking at who we are. In December 1989 Instant Cafe was formed because it seemed like a good idea at the time. The country was in the midst of a repressive crackdown and ideas were dangerous. We decided to use humour to subvert our situation. Freedom of Expression was high on our agenda. Our intention was to make political theatre that challenged the way we as Malaysians thought about ourselves, our country and about how and why we made art. We started off making political satire...

Soka Gakkai Malaysia

in Culture, Education, Other Communities

Soka Gakkai Malaysia (SGM) is a lay Buddhist organisation that actively promotes peace, culture and education through personal change and social contribution. Rooted in Nichiren’s life-affirming philosophy of humanism, compassion and respect for life, SGM activities are conducted with the shared understanding of the inseparable linkages that exist between individual happiness and the peace and development of the society. Through inner-directed reformation, SGM members hope to contribute to the betterment of their communities and build a society where people of diverse cultures and faiths...

Malaysian-German Society, Penang

in Culture, Support Groups

The Malaysian-German Society Penang was established in 1962 by a handful of dedicated and far-sighted Malaysians and Germans residing in Penang and has gained over the years the respect and support of the State Government of Penang. Through its activities the Society has built up good Malaysian-German relations. The Society in its efforts to promote friendship and understanding between locals and Germans in Penang have organised various functions both cultural and social to bring people together and exposing them to both the cultures of Malaysia and Germany. Thus through the years numerous...

Banjar Association of Malaysia

in Culture, Other Communities

Objectives: 1. To revive and to develop the Banjaree culture and language. 2. To foster closer relationship amongst Banjaree and other ethnic groups. 3. To encourage and upgrade the social-economic status of the Banjaree community.

Penang Heritage Trust

in Culture

Established in 1986, Penang Heritage Trust is a charitable NGO dedicated to promoting Penang’s cultural and built heritage. Its objectives are to promote the conservation of Penang’s heritage, to facilitate cultural education programmes, and to cooperate with other like-minded organizations in Malaysia and abroad. Our Vision Promote cultural diversity and awareness Preserve and restore heritage buildings Revive the inner city and local communities Encourage sustainable tourism initiatives Our Involvements Over the past decade, Penang Heritage Trust has consistently declared its concern...

Japan Foundation Kuala Lumpur (JFKL)

in Culture, Support Groups

The Japan Foundation is a non-profit organization established with the purpose of promoting mutual cultural exchange between Japan and other countries. The Kuala Lumpur office was established in October 1989 and its status upgraded to Cultural Centre in February 1992. Three years later in April 1995, the Language Centre was formed under the umbrella of the Cultural Centre. The facilities available at The Japan Foundation Kuala Lumpur include the Tatami room and the Library. Tea ceremony classes are conducted on Saturdays while the Library is opened from Tuesdays till Saturdays. The primary...

Service Civil International (SCI) Malaysia

in Support Groups, Advocacy, Culture, Youth

About SCI SCI – Service Civil International, Malaysia  (Pertubohan Perkhidmatan Awam Antarabangsa) is a registered NGOs with two active groups – one in Penang (1972), and the other in KL, Selangor(1984). Their aim is to promote a Culture of Peace through Voluntary and Community services. It was first established in 1920 in France, Europe and has 43 branches worldwide. Our key activities here are: > International Volunteers Exchanges / Placements, Workcamps and weekend camps > Penang Peace Run for the able and disabled > Jointly commemorating with others the International Day...

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