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PostSubject: 26/9/07 Emotional high at spectacular show   Tue Oct 02, 2007 8:18 pm

The Star 26 Sept 2007
http://thestar.com.my/metro/story.asp?file...amp;sec=central

Emotional high at spectacular show

By THO XIN YI
Photos by SIA HONG KIAU

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Established act: The lanky Gigi Leung rendering a number.
She belted out a total of three songs during the concert

THE Perfect Concert 2007 on Monday was about fostering ties amid the impressive star-studded performances.

About 8,000 delegates from China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia and Singapore joined the locals in thronging the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil for the charity show.

Emotions ran high as the national anthems of Malaysia and China were played, signalling the start of the concert.

Ten singers from Malaysia, China, Hong Kong and Taiwan performed their best to delight the audience. They included Aniu, Yi Jet Qi, Sun Nan, Huang Xiao Ming, Wang Jing, Gigi Leung, Kary Ng, Jonathan Lee and Fahrenheit.

Shows depicting the culture of the various ethnic groups in Malaysia were lined up in between.

The crowd's emotions reached its peak with the appearance of Taiwanese boy band Fahrenheit.

They cheered, whooped and clapped along with inflatable batons when the band performed. And their hearts melted when the boys displayed their sweetest smiles at the emcee's request.

As the Mid-Autumn Festival was to be celebrated the next day, elements of the Chinese culture were sprinkled throughout the show.

Besides the appearance of legendary character Chang Er at the beginning of the concert, the conversations between the emcees and artistes centred mainly on the festival.

The first Malaysian Idol, Jaclyn Victor, drew applause from the audience when she greeted them “Happy Mid-Autumn Festival” in Mandarin.


Crowd favourite: Fahrenheit has the crowd roaring their approval with their sweet smiles.


Organised by direct selling company Perfect (China) Company Ltd, the concert was held in conjunction with its convention and incentive trip.

At the concert, the company pledged RM2mil to New Era College and RM1mil to 20 Chinese educational institutions.

In his speech, Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting said the bilateral relations between China and Malaysia dated back some 600 years.

“When Chinese envoy Admiral Cheng Ho visited Malacca, he brought friendship to us. I hope the friendship (between China and Malaysia) will remain forever,” he said.

Also present were Deputy Tourism Minister Datuk Donald Lim and Deputy Internal Security Minister Datuk Fu Ah Kiow.
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