A Modern Twist to a Historical Legend

Hey guys!

One of PUMSA’s most anticipated event, Malaysian Night, took place on the 29th of October! This year, Malaysian Night was led by Cheng Mun Loke and Yan Ni Ding. These two, along with their hardworking committee members, successfully made this event bigger and better than before since it’s the first time that the Malaysian Carnival became a free event and we also had our own snapchat event filter! A total of 4oo+ people attended the Malaysian Carnival where they were able to learn more about the Malaysian culture through interactive booths that showcased our culture and games. The attendees were also treated to free Malaysian foods such as Mee Rebus, Keropok Lekor, Milo Agar-Agar and a choice of either Cendol or Asam Boi for drinks!

The Malaysian Night performance that happened later that night saw around 200+ attendees. This year’s performance added a modern twist to our ever popular legend, Hang Tuah along with the usual moments of romance, comedy and action! Check out the photos below to relive the moments or to pretend as if you were there!

Malaysian Carnival

Malaysian Night

And as an apology for not blogging so much during my term, here is some behind-the-scene pictures that shows the shenanigans that happened leading up to this year’s successful Malaysian Night!

Backstage Team
Media Team
It was also Yue Yang’s birthday that day!
Shoutout to Malaysian NIght’s Chairwomen, Cheng Mun Loke and Yan Ni Ding!

Congrats to this year’s committee for doing an amazing job! The next year’s committee definitely has some pressure on them!

Written by,                                                                                                                                                Deeba Aminuddin                                                                                                                             Secretary                                                                                                                                                       Purdue University Malaysian Students Association                                             daminudd@purdue.edu



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