"Sarawak Visuals: A Celebration of Life and Culture" Honors Outstanding Achievements in Film and Arts

Kuching, Sarawak - March 9, 2024 - The second edition of the prestigious "Sarawak Visuals: A Celebration of Life and Culture," organized by the Ministry of Tourism, Sarawak, took place at the majestic Riverside Pavilion Ballroom in Kuching on Saturday, March 9, 2024, from 3:00 PM to 10:00 PM.

The event was graced with esteemed recognition, presenting four distinguished awards to exemplary individuals:

Best Actor: Awarded to Ah Chun for his outstanding performance in the microfilm.

International Charity Prince: H.E Aaron Tan Choong Han received this prestigious title for his remarkable contributions to international charity efforts.

International Trendsetter: Honoring individuals who embody global fashion trends.

Malaysian Icon of Cross-Disciplinary Performing Arts: Celebrating influential figures in Malaysia’s performing arts scene.

“We are honored to receive such special recognition at the Sarawak Visuals event,” remarked H.E.Aaron Tan Choong Han. “This acknowledgment underscores our commitment to excellence in our respective fields.”

The ceremony received robust support from the Ministry of Tourism, Arts, and Culture, with the Deputy Minister gracing the occasion and witnessing the celebration. Additionally, representatives from RTM were in attendance, demonstrating the event’s significance in the cultural landscape.

Notable guests included Susan Clement Ingun, Political Secretary to Premier Sarawak, who delivered a captivating address at the ceremony, adding further prestige to the event.

“We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Susan Clement Ingun for presenting us with these esteemed honors,” expressed the Minister of Tourism, Sarawak. “It is a privilege to be recognized for our contributions to the cultural and artistic heritage of Sarawak.”

The event served as a convergence of distinguished personalities from various domains, showcasing the best of local and international talent across industries, reaffirming Sarawak’s position as a hub for creativity and cultural exchange.

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