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1Malaysia Penang International Charity Drive @ Han Chiang School Field, Penang

1Malaysia Penang International Charity Drive @ Han Chiang School Field, Penang

With hopes to collect funds for various charities in Penang, the 1Malaysia Penang International Charity Drive will host performances from a slew of local and international music acts.

Catch local acts Ning Baizura and Suchitra warming up the stage or Asian superstars Eric Moo 巫啟賢, Gigi Leung 梁詠琪, Grasshopper 草蜢, Leon Lai 黎明, Alan Tham 譚詠麟, Hacken Lee 李克勤, George Lam 林子祥 and Angela Chang 張韶涵.

Woohoo Gigi Leung not coming for 1Malaysia Penang International Charity Drive! Other HK stars will follow her? #ge13 #malaysia

Gigi Leung confirmed that she’s not coming for 1Malaysia Penang International Charity Drive due to personal reason.

But of course, the spotlight is on international acts including American hip hop stars Busta Rhymes, Ludacris and Swizz Beatz as well as Redfoo of electronic dance duo LMFAO.

Ticket prices (by donations):

Min RM1 per ticket – Peace Zone
Min RM2 per ticket – Unity Zone
Free entry for children under the age of 12
Additional donations are welcome

Free shuttle bus

Free shuttle bus service from 2.00pm – 5.00pm and 11.30pm until 1.30am at:
Autocity (Free shuttle bus stop), Pink
Megamall (in front of Ixora Hotel), Blue
All Seasons Place (main entrance), Farlim, Orange
Prangin Mall, Purple
Queensbay Mall (South entrance, in front of Coffee Bean), White

Ticketing centres

Penang Times Square, Ground Floor
Penang Plaza, Main Entrance
Han Jiang School Penang
Sunshine Farlim (1st Floor, next to escalator)
Sunshine Square Bayan Lepas (opposite McDonald’s Kiosk)
Tesco Tanjung Tokong (opposite McDonald’s)
Pacific Mega Mall, Prai, Concourse Area
Tesco Bukit Mertajam, Ground Floor
Sungei Wang Plaza, Main Entrance

1. Fill in the form
2. Please bring the form to one of the ticketing centers below together with a photocopy of the I/C and donations(s). (I don’t understand why they need photocopy of I/C??)
3. Please note that each person can only bring a maximum of 10 forms together with photocopy of the I/Cs as proof. Free entry for children under the age of 12.

For further information, please call +010-5122368

Almost RM4mil collected for concert

Final touches: (From left) Chow, Geh and Low conducting a site inspection of the HCHS field.
Final touches: (From left) Chow, Geh and Low conducting a site inspection of the HCHS field.

GEORGE TOWN: The 1Malaysia Welfare Club has sold over 55,000 tickets for a charity concert featuring international artistes at the Han Chiang High School (HCHS) field.

Businessman Low Taek Jho, also known as Jho Low, said the club had collected RM3.98mil from ticket sales and donations from corporate and individual donors as of noon yesterday.

He said they were hopeful of achieving their RM5mil target set earlier.

“I hope everyone will enjoy themselves tomorrow. Each artiste is expected to perform three or four songs,” he said at a press conference after a site inspection of the HCHS field yesterday.

Also present was 1Malaysia Pen­ang Welfare Club president Geh Choh Hun.

It was earlier reported that the concert, organised by the club, would see Redfoo of LMFAO, Swizz Beatz, Busta Rhymes and Ludacris in action, along with Hong Kong superstars Leon Lai, Alan Tham, Hacken Lee, George Lam, Gigi Leung and Grasshopper.

Other featured artistes include Ning Baizura, Eric Moo, Suchitra, Taiwanese Angela Chang and Berlin -based Compressorhead Robot Band.

Low said the gates would be ope­ned at 3.30pm tomorrow, adding that the concert would kick off with performances by local artistes at 5pm.

Meanwhile, he rubbished allegations that the organiser would “pass off” details from photocopied MyKad for others to vote in the polls.

“Asking the public to produce their photocopied MyKad in ex­c­hange for tickets was to prevent unscrupulous parties from bulk buying and ‘black marketing’ later.

“Besides, we are bound by the Personal Data and Protection Act 2010 to ensure the secrecy of any personal data collected,” he said.

The concert’s system and sound engineer Anthony Chow said the audience would get to see robots performing on that day, the first of its kind in the world.

He added that the stage was configured in such a way that the audience could get “close” to the artistes.

Source : TheStar

Low Taek Jho, aka Jho Low, sponsoring those artists and the 1Malaysia Penang International Charity Drive event?? Hmm but he denied it.

What’s the purpose of this 1Malaysia Penang International Charity Drive? Where will be the fund channel to? Or rather will the donation enough to cover the event or who will be paying for the total expenses?

Are you going for the 1Malaysia Penang International Charity Drive? Update me! 🙂



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