Mid-Autumn Cheer at BKP
Chinese orchestra, traditional dance, diabolo performance and mooncake making session were among the programmes that cheered the crowd, when more than one hundred guests joined the Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration hosted by Bukit Kiara Properties (BKP) recently.
BKP, a niche property developer organised various fun-filled performances and activities to celebrate the auspicious Mid-Autumn Festival with guests from Old Klang Road neighbourhood, and spent a joyful weekend with the participants.
“This is one of our company initiatives to engage the community. We planto spread festive joy to the neighbourhood by organising traditional performances, and getting them to involve in interactive activities such as mooncake making and colouring contest,” said BKP’s Group Managing Director, Datuk NK Tong.
The event started with treasure hunt and riddle contests, followed by the traditional dance, Chinese Orchestra and Diabolo performances by students from Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM).
“The performances are interesting and impressive, they serve as a great avenue to introduce the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival to the younger generation,” said a guest, who is also a primary school teacher.
During the event, kids ranging from 4 to 12 years old were divided into two groups to take part in the colouring contests, in which the artistic flair in children was shined through the competition.
Making the day even more memorable was the mooncake making session. Guests were seen paying full attention, when the chef started demonstrating the process of making snow skin mooncakes. The guests were excited when they were given a chance to try their hands at making their own mooncakes.
After the activities, guests were also served with festive food such as mooncakes, traditional kuih-muih, and other refreshment. Guests also took the opportunity to visit the event venue- VERVE® Suites KL South, which features fully-furnished units and unique facilities.
“We are glad to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with the community and bring cheers to the public. We will be organising more interactive events in the future, as this is also in line with our core purpose of enriching lives through meaningful engagement,” said NK.