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Badan Warisan Malaysia (BWM), together with the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society (MBRAS) with our project partner, Think City Sdn. Bhd today launched THIS KUL CITY, is a multi-dimensional programme that comprises elements of cultural mapping, youth engagement & historical documentation. This programme will run over a period of 18 months. Read the rest of this entry »
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THE STORY OF 20 PYKETT AVENUE
In 2011, Malaysian heritage celebrated a victory when the Majlis Perbandaran Pulau Pinang (MPPP) very courageously exercised their discretionary powers by ordering Tetuan Klassik Tropika Development Sdn. Bhd. to rebuild the iconic double-storey, Anglo-Indian Palladian mansion at 20 Pykett Avenue owned by the late Dato Khaw Bian Cheng. Dato Khaw was the grandson of the Penang- based magnate Khaw Sim Bee (1857-1913), a former Governor of Phuket.
Here’s what we have going on sale at the Bazaar!
Bags, shoes, scarves, beautiful dresses & accessories are all up for grabs. Watch this space- we’ll be adding more and more items so you can see what’s in store.
Cashmere, Cotton & Silk Scarves, ranging from RM10 to RM50
ROYAL SELANGOR PRESENTS MIA
Royal Selangor tapped five of the finest names in Malaysian contemporary art to create a collection of pewter pendants in aid of Badan Warisan Malaysia. Mia or life in Hokkien reflects each artist’s personal insights into life.
BAZAAR CHIC IS BACK! Since the inaugural event in 2008, members and friends of Badan Warisan Malaysia (BWM) hold “Bazaar Chic” once every 2 years to raise funds for the organisation. This year, in addition to the stalls and vendors, the event will be hosting a ‘Brocante Room’- a special section selling new and used high-end collectibles. Some of these heirlooms include crystal ware, china, objets d’art and home furnishings. Read the rest of this entry »
Since 1983, Badan Warisan has been the leading national heritage NGO in Malaysia. Our successes have been the result of the fabulous support we enjoy and collaborations with our members, government agencies, institutions, national and international partners.
NOW is the time to take our mission to the next level by taking advantage of new media to spread the message of conservation to an even wider audience.
So today, we’d like to announce the development of our new website!!