As seen from the roadside, next to the monorail somewhere in Kuala Lumpur. Lot's of paintings on the outside of the prison. i have never seen it from the inside. do they still organize tours for tourists ? I wonder ?
I just went to this photographic exhibition of Ghent in Kuala Lumpur today. Actually great to see something about Ghent in Kuala Lumpur. I would never have expected this.
I am putting the images online here (courtesy of publication department of SGM, mr Liu Cheng Choong and mr Leong Tuck Yee) online so you can all enjoy them.
Having visited the exposition has given me even more desire to visit my home town Ghent (www.gent.be) far far away at the other end of the world in Belgium.
It's good to see that the people of Ghent promote their city Gent while being abroad.
The inauguration was a success, since our very own minister of foreigns affairs H.E. Karel De Gucht was present himself on the opening. He seemed very pleased to discover his own church in Berlare among the 57 photos in display.... Introductory speeches were given by the deputy
president of the gallery mr. Liu Cheng Choong (Soka Gakkai Malaysia), our very own minister of foreign affairs Karel De Gucht and Walter Francois himself. The Belgian Ambassador was present and also Mr. Tan Sri Syed Yusof.
Due to an accute appendicitis I missed the opening and could only visit the gallery today. I did a quick walkthrough of the whole exhibition. Nice work. Updating the information now on youtube. Here are some video's. See with my eyes.
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