Three-day carnival to promote Malaysia to kick off in Taipei this week


PETALING JAYA: A three-day carnival from Friday (Nov 26) until Sunday (Nov 28) to promote Malaysia will go on in Taipei.

The 2021 Malaysia Carnival will take place at the North Section, Chianti Avenue Plaza (between A8, Shin Kong Mitsukoshi and Breeze Song Gao), Shopping Xinyi District Area in Taipei City from 11am to 8pm daily for these two days.

The official opening of the carnival jointly organised by the Malaysian Friendship and Trade Centre (MFTC) and Taipei City Government will take place from 5.30pm to 7pm on Friday.

Themed “Love Malaysia”, a list of cultural and promotional activities as well as Malaysian booths has been lined up to showcase Malaysia’s multicultural food, arts and culture, products and services.

Through the carnival, Malaysia’s local dessert and food prepared by the local branch of the Ladies Association of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia (Perwakilan Taipei) and Papparich Taipei will be introduced to the public.

Aside from this, Malaysia’s first grocery store in Taipei, OH MY Minimart will also present Malaysia’s local spices and products at the event.

The Carnival will also feature special highlights and activities, which includes a special performance by Malaysian celebrity Eison Chai as well as dedicated session with Malaysian songwriter Vic Teo, a lucky draw and a special stage session by Malaysian local brands.

The two-day carnival is supported by the Foreign Ministry, Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade), Tourism Malaysia and Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida).

For more information about the 2021 Malaysia Carnival, log on to https://www.facebook.com/tourismmalaysiataipei/

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