The Indian Cultural Society of INTI Subang has organised two charity programmes titled Holiworld 2.0 and Gloworld for the noble cause of collecting funds for the Malaysian Blind Sport Association. This is the 14th charity event organised by the committee and the second-largest event conducted after the Movement Control Order (MCO). The charity project is a form of revival for the team as a whole, which sees this noble venture as a source of inspiration that would revitalise their association’s momentum to perform in their future endeavors. The events will take place on September 9th, 2023, at INTI International College Subang. The programmes will feature some of the most riveting performances by incredibly talented Malaysian artists such as Havoc Mathan, Havoc Naven, and many more.
The Malaysian Blind Sport Association is a renowned establishment that greatly supports, coordinates, and advances the cause for blind athletes to compete in the international arena. The financial support they will receive through this noble charity event will go towards equipping their athletes with the much-needed training and skills to be efficient sportsmen on the international stage. The administration plans on using the funds to employ highly qualified coaches to properly and appropriately guide and inspire their blind athletes towards becoming global sportsmen that will bring acclaim for their nation. All proceeds that are collected through this charitable event will be donated to the Malaysian Blind Sport Association. The Indian Cultural Society had chosen this association to aid because of the tremendous amount of international acclaim the blind athletes have brought to the nation, yet in spite of their exemplary achievements, they have not received wider acknowledgment either financially or morally by the public at large.
The Indian Cultural Society hopes that through these charity events they can contribute to building awareness about the immense acclaim that blind athletes have bestowed on Malaysia, while also providing them with the necessary funds to further develop their skills and perform at their full capacity on the international stage. The event title Holiworld is derived from the Hindu festival of Holi, which is a festival of colours. The team interprets this occasion as one that symbolises unity and inclusivity amongst the many peoples, cultures, and languages of Malaysia. Charity programmes such as this help foster a greater sense of personal and civic responsibility among the younger generation.
Holiworld 2.0 and Gloworld are not only charity programmes with an immensely important cause at their foundation but are also organised as a great source of entertainment for the general public. It is an event that seamlessly balances blissful enjoyment with critical philanthropy. The event promises a fun-filled concert of music and entertainment by some of the most gifted and groundbreaking local performers. The artist line-up was carefully curated by the organisers by prioritising the popularity and impact that these artists have among the youth of today. The team diligently conducted a thorough survey in order to administer an entertaining programme that would be alluring and captivating for the younger generation. This platform is not only a source of entertainment but also a crucial instrument by which students and society as a whole can learn to be more compassionate, considerate, and conscious of the differently abled people in our world. Projects such as these are wonderful in that they encourage people to be more involved in philanthropic work in order to meaningfully contribute to the development of humanity at large. More details of the event are stated below.
Holiworld 2.0 will be happening on September 9th, 2023, at the INTI International College in Subang from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The event will feature internationally acclaimed and incredibly talented artists such as Havoc Mathan, Havoc Naven, DJ Jay, and Santesh. These four artists have established themselves as astounding artists who have made a unique name for themselves in the music industry as well as contributing immensely to the growth of Malaysian Tamil music and entertainment.
Gloworld will be happening on September 9th, 2023, at the INTI International College in Subang from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. This event will feature artists such as Queen T, B-Heart, and Rudeen, who are some of the most unique and creative voices in the Malaysian music industry. Their individual voices and musical talents have added a contemporary dimension to the local music scene.
For those who want to join in on double the entertainment, you can purchase the Double Fun package for RM 80, where you can attend both Holiworld and Gloworld. For more information on the event, kindly contact the festival organisation through their email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 016-900-3802.