SEGi’s Malaysia Day Celebration connects Students to Sarawak’s Heritage

In celebration of Malaysia Day, Laura Chuan from the Faculty of Education and Social Sciences at SEGi organised a captivating field trip for her Year 3 Diploma in Early Childhood Education students. The trip aimed to provide students with an opportunity to explore their cultural heritage as Malaysians and Sarawakians. On the 14 September, just two days before Malaysia Day, the students visited the James Brookes Museum and Chinese Heritage Museum. 

Located within Fort Margherita, the James Brookes Museum showcased the remarkable life and times of Sir James Brooke, the first White Rajah of Sarawak. Students had the chance to delve into Sarawak’s history and gain a deeper understanding of the region’s cultural significance. 

The Chinese Heritage Museum, situated in the heart of Kuching city, offered a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the Chinese community in Sarawak. This immersive experience allowed students to appreciate the diverse cultural tapestry that makes up Sarawak’s heritage. 

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