- November 20, 2019
- Posted by: Dimple
- Category: News
Antz World is a not-for-profit organization that seeks to build a sustainable ‘arts with technology’ ecosystem to benefit our underserved children within our community. Antz World envisages empowering our children with artistic expression using emergent technology and creating a connected community through new localization.
More than 150 primary school children from the underserved group celebrated Children’s Day at the inaugural Children For Children Malaysia event. This special one-day excursion saw children from various primary schools within the Klang Valley region, enjoy a full day out at KidZania Kuala Lumpur. Century Software (M) Sdn Bhd was also one of the sponsorers for the CFC inaugural event.
The colourful and joyous celebration was held in conjunction with the International Children’s Day which falls on November 20 annually and the launch of Antz World Berhad a non-profit organisation which was setup to provide children with the opportunity to empower their artistic expression with emergent technology.
Organised by Antz World Berhad and supported by KidZania Kuala Lumpur as part of its community outreach event aims to provide underserved children fun, positive activities and life-enhancing experiences that contribute to their development, well-being and their outlook for a happier and brighter future.
The event was also an occasion for the children enjoy a day of fun and spend time bonding with other children without cost and the opportunity of visiting KidZania Kuala Lumpur.
The children were provided with free admission granting them free entry KidZania Kuala Lumpur, that has more than 100 activities at 60 establishments, performing real-life jobs in a simulated, role-playing environment. This experience will help and enable them to have fun while learning valuable lessons in which they can apply in their daily lives.
In addition to the free admission, the children also attended a Children For Children Art Camp and took part in the colouring completion. The camp’s objective was to teach children to work together in groups. They were also taught on positive social learnings such as learn to share, to interact with others, to be responsible for cleanup, and to put materials away.
“Freedom and equality are foundational values that we draw upon when envisioning a better society. And we believe that artistic and technology education is a powerful opportunity to allow children, whatever their age, to find their voice in the world.” said Ang Hsin Hsien, Non-Executive Deputy Chairman at Antz World Berhad.
Antz World seeks to build a sustainable ‘arts with technology’ ecosystem to benefit our under-served children within our community. Antz World envisages empowering our children with artistic expression and creating a connected community through new localization. Antz World will also be organising a technology and creative art camp with Perbadanan Perpustakaan Awam Selangor (PPAS) on 7th, 14th and 21st December 2019. More information available on www.antzworld.my.