On 11th June, SEGi University College, Kota Damansara had been held a SEGi Cultural Night 2009 at multipurpose hall on 6pm to 11pm. This event is organized by Chinese Cultural Society, sponsored by SEGi University College, EasyPha-max, and others. The purpose of this event is want the college students know more about others countries cultural, and make the relationship between races become closer. On that day, the audience who attended is students from SEGi University College, SEGi’s staffs, American Degree Program departments, and Business Faculty’s staffs, and outsider which include parents and student’s family. There are full of audience attend this event.
The event officially starts on 7.30pm. First of all, the president of Chinese Cultural Society, Mr. Tan Pek Tong had been invited to the stage for giving a short speech before start the brilliant performances. The performances are the Indian dance by “Kural”, beat box from international students. Beside, White House’s member’s dancing performance is the most popular because many audiences are students from American Degree Program. Christian society, Youth Ablaze, present a special growth in the dark, sign language performance attract audiences’ attention. Charlie, a SEGi student, unplugged singing two songs, which is “I Heard Somebody Called You Baby” and “You Are the Only One”, the audiences sing along with Charlie. Chinese Cultural Society member’s also present a performance which is street dance. Because of this event is related to cultural night, Chinese Cultural Society had made a competition to all of the audience who wear the cultural costume take part. The winner for man is an international student; however the lady’s part is a local girl who wears Egypt costume.
“It is was amazing to have this cultural night, because it can let me know how was the others countries‘s cultural costume,” said by Liu Xin, Diploma in Accounting student, who come from China.
Up Coming Event
SEGi Revolution P.A.R.T.Y
By Youth Ablaze
Date: 17th July 2009 (Friday)
Avenue: SEGi University College,