Malay and Indonesian cultures may seem similar in many aspects. But let the SMU Malay Language & Cultural Club (MLCC) & SMU Komunitas Indonesia (SMUKI) take you through their respective traditional art forms and highlight elements characteristic these two very unique cultures.
Pay close attention to the styles, motifs and techniques as we involve you in the traditional process of batik making (available from 12-2pm only). At the end of the workshop, you’ll produce a fully painted batik piece embodying the spirit of togetherness inherent in both cultures. Then join in the fun, and play popular Malay and Indonesian traditional games such as Bola Bekel and Batu Seremban!
SMU Malay Language & Cultural Club (MLCC)
The SMU Malay Language & Cultural Club (MLCC), also known as Persadamu, is an active member of SMU’s arts scene, particularly through dance and theatre.
SMU Komunitas Indonesia (SMUKI)
SMU Komunitas Indonesia, or SMUKI, has been a very active participant in many SMU events, promoting aspects of Indonesian arts and culture. SMUKI also organises GAYA (Gelar Budaya), an annual production widely anticipated by the SMU community.,