KUALA LUMPUR: The Chinese Cultural Society of the YPC International College had hosted the Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 at YPC Campus, Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday, October 30 that attracted many people of all races to enjoy the various Malaysian traditional performances, music and food.
With the theme “A Leap of Fate” the festival was participated by students performing the traditional Chinese Diabolo, Malay dances, live band music and customers served from food trucks.
YPC Principal Datuk Dr. Noel Robert gave full support to his students to organize and enjoy this cultural event, saying such activities develop leadership skills, community engagement, and networking among students.
“YPC/Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) graduates are well-trained, not only to excel academically but also to become `wholesome` graduates.
“In addition to academic knowledge, they are able to display multi-talented skills.
“Today program is a perfect example of YPC/LJMU graduate in action,” Dr. Noel told Malaysia World News after officiating the opening ceremony.
The lucky draw with many mystery prizes offering up to RM1,500 prepared by the organizers became the most popular spot at the festival that lasted from 6pm until 10pm.
The festival succeeded to pull all walks of life with more than 400 participants including their families and love ones from all cultures and races.
“A big appreciation and thank you to the organizers of `lantern festival celebration` led by the YPC student, Carmen and her team.
“The celebrations was a big success due to hard work and supreme efforts by all,” Dr.Noel added.- Malaysia World News