vendredi 5 septembre 2014

History - Malaysia at Expo'70 Osaka - Japan

Malaysia, already and long and rich experience fo EXPOs !

The Malaysian pavilion at Expo'70 Osaka has a unique architecture based on the Malay rural home and is built entirely in Malay quality wood. The pavilion roof has three symbolic structures in the typical style of the houses "Minangkabau" in the southern region of the Malay Peninsula.

The building stands on stilts as a Malaysian home "kampong" (Village) and the interior is enhanced by a generous use of wood carvings and complex "Batek" (a hand-painted fabric) and rattan paneling .

Pavilion visitors first pass through an area representing Malaysia as a beautiful nation and growing. From there, you move into the main display area that shows the progress of Malaysia and highlights the natural resources, industrialization program and the general economic and social development.

Upstairs is represented art, culture and history of different peoples of Malaysia in a traditional and exotic Malaysian context.

The cultural display especially emphasizes the harmony of the multiracial society between the peoples of Malaysia. It also presents the "old" Malaysia as a direct contrast to the ultra-modern presentation in the field of development.

Along the way visitors can relax in a typical garden Malaysian restaurant or eating the famous dish of Malaysia to the pin, "satay" while watching a show performed by a troupe of 15 artists from Malaysia.

The participation of Malaysia in Expo '70 is highlighted by cultural events by a group of about 20 artists exhibiting for the first time in Japan, the folklore of Malaysia in all its color and splendor.

Location of Malaysian pavilion, Osaka Expo '70 :

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