Cultural Festival 2015

Meet the whole world in one day. All in one campus.
Be part of Malaysia’s largest cross-cultural celebration with the Limkokwing International Cultural Festival!

Discover the world’s cultures through a vibrant exhibit featuring unique cultural items, interesting trivia and mouth-watering cuisine. Experience exciting traditional song and dance numbers in full national costumes and Malaysian VIP guest performances.

The Limkokwing International Cultural Festival is an annual “open-house” celebration of global peace and diversity in Cyberjaya, Malaysia. This year’s theme of “A World Without Borders” seeks to promote cultural understanding and tolerance among students by exposing them to
a wider perspective of cultures.


Guest Performers

Check out our all-star lineup of featured guest performers


Malaysia’s rising star SonaOne is Limkokwing University’s very own alumnus. The multi-talented singer, rapper, artist, composer and lyricist is a protégé of renowned rapper Joe Flizzow. His debut single "No More" earned him the "Best Local English Song" and "Best Song" awards at the Anugerah Industri Muzik 2014.

Joe Flizzow

Joe Flizzow, Limkokwing University’s very own alumnus, is an award-winning rapper, producer and songwriter who pioneered the re-emergence of hip hop music in Malaysia. He began his career and rose to fame as part of the ground-breaking duo, Too Phat, before going solo in 2009. With multiple local and international awards up his sleeves, the ‘Hip Hop King of Malaysia’ is now regarded as an influential figure in the Asian music scene.

2015 News Highlights

Limkokwing University’s third instalment of the Cultural Festival once again celebrated cultural diversity and heritage on 8 May 2015. Themed ‘A World Without Borders,’ the festival showcased lively, culture-rich arts, crafts, food, music and dance performances by international students from over 100 different countries across the globe.

The festival opened with a cultural bazaar featuring 56 booths, each representing a different country. The booths sold authentic traditional food and various cultural trinkets such as jewellery and craft designs.

Limkokwing's international student community orchestrated a colourful cultural show in the evening with a mesh of unique performances from over 20 different countries. University alumni, famed hip hop artists, Joe Flizzow and Sona One joined the cultural extravaganza with their electrifying numbers.

The night came to an end with Palestine’s Jerusalem Stomp winning the Most Exciting Cultural Performance Award, with the Indonesia’s Saman Dance coming at a close second, followed by the Chinese Jing Hong Wu Dance at a third place.

As for the Most Creative Cultural Booth, Iraq triumphed above all the other booths, followed by Indonesia, and the Pakistan booth coming in third.

Limkokwing's Cultural Festival aims to promote cultural understanding and tolerance among students by exposing them to a wider perspective of cultures to foster friendships and international networking.

It also serves as a fund raiser for the Heal The World Foundation, a global peace and outreach initiative in collaboration with United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

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