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II Delphic Games 2005

Kuching / Malaysia
September 1 - 7

Motto
"Revitalising Endangered Traditions"

Patrons
Y.A.B. Pehin Sri Dr. Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud, Chief Minister of Sarawak
YB Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh, Minister, Ministry of Finance and of Urban Development and Tourism of Sarawak Hr. Michael SAWENG, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Finance and of Urban Development and Tourism of Sarawak

Hosts
Mr. Edric ONG, President, National Delphic Council Malaysia
Hr. WEE Hong Seng, Präsident, Sarawak Tourismus Verband und Berater des Ministeriums International Delphic Council

Participants
from 21 Countries (Australia, Bangladesh, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Germany, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Laos, Malaysia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, USA)

Categories and Disciplines

ACOUSTIC ARTS
Instrumental (Brass, Woodwind and Strings), Singing (Traditional / Contemporary Singing)

PERFORMING ARTS
Dance (Traditional / Contemporary Dance)

LINGUAL ARTS
Story Telling

VISUAL ARTS
Painting in Oil, Tempera and Acrylic, Graphik, Photography, Film, Hand Woven Textiles, Hand Painted, Hand Printed and Hand Decorated Textiles, Sculpture in Stone and Wood, Fashion)

SOCIAL ARTS
World Eco-Fiber and Textile (W.E.F.T.) Forum 2005)

ECOLOGICAL ART
Architectural Conservation

Venues Sarawak Tourism Complex
Sarawak Museum
Kuching Central Park

Awards
Medals in Gold, Silver und Bronze
All participants were awarded with certificates

Goodwill messages
S.E. Datuk Kamal ISMAUN, Ambassador of Malaysia in Germany
AHPADA - Asian Handicraft Promotion & Development Association
ASEAN - Association of Southeast Asian Nations
Goodwill Message of the UNESCO, Section for Arts, Crafts and Design