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Crafty Community-Craft Promotion Malaysia 2013

Saturday, November 02, 2013

This took place about two months ago.
As usual, I am slow with photo editing.
Some of the photo quality is not so good so bear with me.
These are pictures of the Malaysia Craft Promotion 2013, organised by the Malaysian Handicraft Development Corporation from 30 Aug to 8 Sept.

There were about 70 craft entrepreneurs who took part and they came from all over Malaysia and showcased their products based on textile, metal, wood, clay and various other crafts.

Enjoy the photos and have a great weekend.
Craft Promotion Malaysia 2013 WireBliss
At the entrance.
Craft Promotion Malaysia 2013 WireBliss Hand Rool Ceramic Beads
 Some lovely hand roll ceramic beads.
Craft Promotion Malaysia 2013 WireBliss Lunbawang Clay Beads
This Lun Bawang clay beads. Just awesome and expensive.
The Lun Bawang is one of the indigenous people of Sarawak.
Most of them found on the northern part of Sarawak - Limbang and Lawas.
Craft Promotion Malaysia 2013 WireBliss Lunbawang Clay Beads how to
The Lun Bawang are famous beaders.
Craft Promotion Malaysia-a silver smith at work Wirebliss
A silver smith at work.
Craft Promotion Malaysia 2013-Wirebliss-Silversmith

Craft Promotion Malaysia 2013-Wirebliss-Silversmith
Some of the ring he crafted.
Looks like the real thing - Wirebliss
Looks familiar? Looks like the Pandora charm bracelet ya.
They are not the real thing but you can find them all over the place.
Shell ducks - Wirebliss
Cute ducks crafted from shell.
Baskets - WireBliss
Traditional fish traps made from bamboo, i think.
Sape the traditional orang ulu guitar - WireBliss
The Sape, a traditional Orang Ulu guitar/ music instrument.
Giant wooden bench - WireBliss
A giant wooden bench.
Textile section - WireBliss
 Keringkam - A Malay weaving art, similar to embroidery.
 What is Keringkam?
Pua Kumbu, a traditional woven cotton cloth of the Iban ethnic group.
The motifs of the design are those of animals, plants or other daily activities.
That's all for now.


Unknown Sunday, November 3, 2013 at 4:43:00 AM GMT+8  

I really enjoy each and every of your postings that you share. Thanks for all the effort you put into each one.

Mei Tan Sunday, November 3, 2013 at 3:41:00 PM GMT+8  

Hi Nancy, thanks for visiting and taking the time to tell me. Appreciate that. At least its not that lonely here :)

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