Malaysian company hosts “Aerodyne Day @UK” in London Reply

LONDON: Malaysian company  Aerodyne will hold “Aerodyne Day @UK” at the Malaysian High Comission, Thursday March 8, 2018.

Aerodyne is a Malaysian-owned company and the world’s leading drone-based enterprise solutions provider. The company specializes in providing inspection, monitoring, intelligent analytics and asset management using UAV (drones) and its own in-house developed software platforms. More…

Indonesia’s Solo Batik Carnival 2018 shines light on batik diversity Reply

THE JAKARTA POST Fri February 16, 2018

A participant in the 10th Solo Batik Carnival 2017 shows off her costume for the crowd. This year, the carnival will feature batik from eight provinces in Indonesia. (JP/Ganug Nugroho Adi)

JAKARTA, Indonesia – The Solo Batik Carnival (SBC) will be held in mid-June and aims to shine a light on the archipelago’s batik diversity with the theme “Ika Paramartha“. More…

Malaysian designers and fashion brands at pure LONDON 2018 Reply

LONDON – Ten Malaysian designers and fashion brands participated in pure LONDON, the UK’s leading international fashion trade show, at Olympia, 11 – 13 February,  showcasing latest design in ladies bags, shoes, contemporary ready-to-wear women clothing, luxury collection of women scarves and ladies eyes lashes.

    

H.E. Dato’ Ahmad Rasidi Hazizi, Malaysian High Commissioner, visited the Malaysian stalls. More…

Czechia Now! Exhibitionat Czech Centre London Reply

Czech Centre London showcases unique local Czech fashion trends from 12 Feb 2018 – 18 Mar 2018.

Developed by fashion designer Kateřina Plamitzerová, fashion photographer Michaela Čejková and garden architect Lucie Králíková, Czechia Now! is a multifaceted fashion and photography exhibition resulting from an unconventional research trip around the Czech Republic. More…

Myanmar Experiments with Drones to Replant Dwindling Mangroves Reply

By MOE MYINT THE IRRAWADDY February 8, 2018

Employees of Bio Carbon Engineering examine a drone designed toplant mangrove trees in Yangon. Moe Myint / The Irrawaddy

YANGON, Myanmar – Environmentalists in Myanmar used to plant mangroves by hand. On Feb 8 however, the Worldview International Foundation staged a drone-planting demonstration in Yangon with plans for a pilot project in the Irrawaddy delta.

Myanmar has lost at least 1 million hectares of mangrove forest over the past several decades, making it more vulnerable to cyclones and climate change. More…