Malaysian diorama enthusiast builds his own miniature cultural wonderland

A close-up of diorama set depicting a silat cekak practice session in Kedah. It is made using wire, wood, paper, artificial plant, soft clay, resin clay, wood and sand. Photo: WCO

Have you ever been to Tamu Besar Kota Belud, arguably the biggest annual traditional open-air market in Sabah? What about the iconic Drum Tower and Bell Tower in Beijing, China?

Just step into the World Culture Organisation (WCO) Art & Culture Gallery at Batu 9, Cheras in Kuala Lumpur and immerse yourself in hundreds of miniature scenes from Malaysia and China.

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