Monday, 18 September 2017

Child Aid Asia 2017 Concert - Magical By Youth For Youth


I attended Child Aid Asia Kuala Lumpur : Magical by youth for youth concert held at The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPAC) recently. This concert was performed by talented young children. Some were very experienced and some were first timers.

Child Aid Asia KL is to raise funds for underprivileged children who are poor and not doing well in their studies but are talented in music or performing arts. These children would be given a chance to learn and do what they are talented in. 



Themed A Magical Journey, the concert event was supported by Kiwanis Club of Damansara. This concert brought children closer as friendship was formed and they learnt to work together. The concert is attended by guest-of-honour Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun, Chairman of Malaysian Chinese Culture and Arts consultative council and blossom arts festival, Governor of Kiwanis Malaysia Mr. Vincent Lim and Dr. Mario De Castilo. The president of Kiwanis Club Damansara, Siaw Wei Tang, and the co-founder of ChildAid Asia Malaysia, Ralph Lim were also present.



Child Aid Asia managed to raise RM 70,000 of which RM10,000 of the proceeds will be presented to POBP Day Spring Selangor and RM10,000 to Matu Social Organization (MSO) to help them in their daily living. Child Aid Asia will receive RM 50,000. Thanks to donors and supporters Suntory and Paramount Properties for contributing RM50,000 and RM10,000 respectively.



Sixteen-year-old Yap is an award-winning musician. Among his achievements are winning the Grand Prix Award in the Junior category of the Asia Pacific Yamaha Electone 2014, and winning the silver medal at the Chopin 2012 Competition where he also won the Dato' Ruslan Award.

Fourteen-year-old Lau, for his part, is incredible with his prowess in beatboxing. His talent has taken him to as far as Germany, where he was invited to Munich to take part in the Super Kids talent competition last year. The teenager's love for music began at the age of three with the violin, but he discovered his love for beatboxing at eight, and has pursued the latter wholeheartedly since then.




I enjoyed the concert very much because I love music. I love to support events like this. Thank you for reading my blog post.


17 comments:

  1. Don't I wish that I had the chance to watch this performance live? It's great that these kids are given a shot at life through arts. Well done.

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    1. Yes, the kids are lucky to do what they like. Hope you can watch the next Child Aid Asia concert.

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  2. wow its such an honour to attend this event. Your support is awesome!

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  3. I love the cause of Child Aid Asia KL! And the story of Lau and Yap, truly impressive!

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    1. These kids are very talented. I like Lau's performance.

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  4. The children are so talented, I think they are better then most adults. I support Child Aid Asia.

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    1. I wish more people would support these underprivileged children.

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  5. this is great and good that you support this things at your young age too... enjoy yourself

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    1. Thanks, I enjoyed the concert very much.

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  6. i love getting kids into things like this and exposing them to art and music..

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    1. I love to dance but I am not talented in playing musical instruments.

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  7. I very like attending stage show like this, plus charity one, so much on point!

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  8. Great show and it's for charity. I like it too.

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  9. Seem you enjoy the show. A good event.

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