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"Drawing without Borders: Russia and Malaysia" project presented in Kuala Lumpur

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"Drawing without Borders: Russia and Malaysia" project presented in Kuala Lumpur


22.01.2021

Photo credit: rs.gov.ru

The "Drawing without Borders: Russia and Malaysia" video project was presented at the Russian Center for Science and culture (RCSC) in Kuala Lumpur. According to the organizers, the project will help the peoples of the two countries to better understand each other, the Rossotrudnichestvo website reports.

As part of the video project, Russian artist Tatyana and her Malaysian colleague Allahudin show each other how fruits, animals, houses and other familiar objects are depicted in their countries. In the process of joint work, it becomes clear what unites peoples and what interesting features they have.

In Russia, they draw snowflakes, samovars and trees that they see outside the window, and in Malaysia, everyone knows how to depict a durian fruit, a palm tree or a snake with patterns. The project provides for feedback with the viewers of the video project.

Children can draw with the artists and complete their assignments, and then send the drawings to the organizers of the project. 

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