OUR VISION FOR 2018:
(1) SHOWCASE & MOBILIZE THE ARTWORKS AROUND MALAYSIA
(2) REDISCOVERING EACH OTHER
-THE TRIBES OF SARAWAK-
LET'S WORK TOGETHER TO SHOWCASE SOMETHING BIGGER THAN US FOR 2018'S MERDEKA TO MALAYSIA DAY JOURNEY
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Having recently travelled around Malaysia, we realised we still don't know a lot about each other and our diverse culture (especially in Sabah and Sarawak). Perhaps it's now time for us to come together and rediscover each other.
SENTUL DEPOT @ SENTUL WEST
AUGUST 15th & 16th,
As change agents of THE ROJAK PROJEK, you will do one of two things or two of two things, whichever works for you!
1. Attend our voluntary work event or programme where we will teach you how to create your own artwork for our big event!
2. Become our social media change agents, spread the word out, advocate and campaign with us to as many people out there to be a part of our movement!
Further details will be shared during our official meeting once our family is complete!
Cultural Awareness, Education & Understanding
Malaysians belong to uncountable cultures and traditions. That is just how different and diverse we are as a nation. We believe to work in ways to bring love and understanding through through art, documentary or short films for our future generations.
#RojakNation, a new movement by The Rojak Projek that advocates Malaysia's multicultural identity and seeks to bring together everything that makes Malaysia, Malaysia.
WITH DR RENARD SIEW
Single-use plastics for food packaging has filled our landfills to the brim. But it doesn’t have to be that way. It’s about time we start making a difference. Discover what Malaysians are doing in our own backyard. The Rojak Projek is in collaboration with Dr Renard Siew to spark the #sustainablepackaging revolution in our Malaysian society.
The forests means everything to the Orang Asli community. It is more than just a source of food, water, a place to live, a wellspring for income and to some a spiritual sanctuary...
LIST OF ETHNICITY WE FOUND IN MALAYSIA
If we can name three races in Malaysia, why can’t we name them all (including those who are of mixed race)? We believe it is time for our generation to take it to the next level in rediscovering and getting to know our Malaysian people better.
We believe this concept can be mobilized for anyone who wants to create their own unity projects.