Malaysian Family carnival received good response


By Annabell Naja Tommy & Fasiha Khushiri

KUCHING: The Malaysian Family Aspiration Tour (JAKM) carnival at Dataran Perayaan, Petra Jaya, here, received good response from the local community.

The three-day event from Aug 5 to 7 August is filled with interesting programmes, involving all ages, namely exhibition and information booths set up by ministries and government agencies, various forms of entertainment, singing competitions and e-sports.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob is expected to launch the carnival. He will be accompanied by Premier Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg.

Selling at the right price through the JAKM program.

There were booths offering information on more than 1,000 job opportunities.

Among the competitions held for the visitors.

On the first day of the JAKM carnival, interesting activities such as the spaghetti tower and paper bridge design competitions were held in the morning.

This was followed by programmes like ‘60 Minutes with Ustaz Hazery’ and Big Data Analytics ‘Darul in the evening.

Tomorrow (Aug 6), the ‘Riuh Gegar Sarawak’event will be held as the main attraction of the evening with special appearances from Datuk Jamal Abdillah, Claudia Geres and Ricky Anderson.

The closing on Sunday (Aug 7) will feature various exhibitions, health run and gotong-royong activities.

JAKM is held in 14 locations across the country and Kuching is the seventh destination.

In addition to strengthening unity among the people, the carnival highlights inclusivity, togetherness and gratitude in line with the Malaysian Family concept.

Game of the Iban community that needs to be presented to the younger generation.

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