Limkokwing Sarawak designs largest Sarawak flag collage

FEELINGS of patriotism filled the air as the dedicated team members of Limkokwing Sarawak witnessed the unveiling of the ‘I Heart Sarawak Collage’ at Le’ Park in Kuching on Dec 14.



ENTHUSIASTIC: Limkokwing Sarawak students play their part towards building the future of Sarawak.

The collage was designed by Limkokwing Sarawak in a joint collaboration between Limkokwing Sarawak, the Ministry of Social Development and Sarawak.


Comprising of Sarawak’s state colours and visuals of its symbolic icons, the collage was constructed to mark the 50 years of Sarawak’s independence in Malaysia and was symbolic of the youth, unity and leadership as it depicts the success achieved by the youths of Sarawak for the past 50 years.


About 50 staff and students took part in the launching ceremony of the collage which began with the singing of the national anthem by The Limkokwing Sarawak Choir followed by a rousing performance of two songs – ‘Kamek Teguh Kamek Bersatu’ and ‘IM4U’. Both songs are composed and produced by Limkokwing University of Creative Technology.


The crowd at Le’ Park were also treated to a fashion showcase by Limkokwing Sarawak’s Fashion and Apparel Design student Gladys Liew.  A total of six creative designs were paraded by models whom are also students of Limkokwing Sarawak.


Prior to the launch, The Limkokwing Sarawak Dance Club entertained the audience with a special dance presentation accompanied by music from Macklemore and Ryan Lewis entitled ‘Can’t Hold Us’. The dance troupe made up of both students and lecturers were led by Lulu Law who is also a lecturer with the Faculty of Design and Innovation.

Assistant Minister of Youth Development (Rural) Datuk Dr Stephen Rundi Utom in his officiating speech pointed out that Limkokwing Sarawak has continuously lent support in youth development in Sarawak, particularly in inculcating creativity and innovation among the young generation.  He called upon the youths of Sarawak to equip themselves with various skills in propelling Malaysia towards greater success in the future.


Limkokwing Sarawak’s Manager of Operations Development (Business) Industry, Mohammed Salleh Mohidin, views this collage collaboration as a manifestation of Limkokwing’s incessant commitment in helping the youth of Sarawak to discover their true potentials and channel their skills and talents in the right direction, parallel to the aspirations of Sarawak’s Ministry of Youth Development.


Over the years, Limkokwing Sarawak has offered a growing range of programmes to suit the global marketplace such as Diploma and Foundation courses in Design, Architecture, Interior Design, Communications, Business and Information Technology.  It prepares the graduates for high income careers that make great demands on their skills in using new technology and their ability to manage and develop content. Potential students can find out more about the wide range of scholarships available at Limkokwing Sarawak.


Recognised officially as Malaysia’s University of Transformation and Malaysia’s University of Innovation by the Government of Malaysia, Limkokwing University is an international University with a global presence across 3 continents.  With over 30,000 students  coming from more than 160 countries, studying in its 12 campuses in Malaysia, Botswana, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Lesotho, Swaziland, United Kingdom and Yemen.  The University has established worldwide recognition through its innovative brand in creative education merging the best of east and west education.


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