|The Industry in Malaysia and South Asia Events|
Rachmatalamsyah.com - Batik printing techniques and goods have long had a very prominent presence apart from famous manufacturers like India and Africa. Southeast Asia is one region that has long been rooted in the culture of countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand. And they are still very active in the industry today. Malaysia has traditionally been a key player when dealing with batik in the region. In the end, the Malaysian government has long attempted to transform Malaysia into a regional center for all batik goods.
In this article, we will present information about Asia events. Some claim that batik from India and also Indonesia is superior but it does not mean Malaysian goods are bad. It is highly integrated into the community here, especially in local government events. It is also a standard practice for all government officials in Malaysia to wear batik shirts for all official events. This is more of a rule understood than is enshrined in local law and it comes from the period of independence of Malaysia from the British government under the rule of Tunku Abdul Rahman.
Malaysian molds are mainly produced in two states located in the northeast. Both the states of Kelantan and Terengganu have become very active producers for the global market. Yet today, production appears to be more geared towards international demand than local demand. From the younger generation tend to look at batik clothes with disgust because it is considered ancient. This is not all bad news because the international batik market is growing rapidly. Both are considered beautiful and exotic by people from abroad. Combined with the power of the internet, such items are not reachable to foreigners. With a credit card plus a few button clicks, they can be sent directly to your doorstep. It is for this reason that Malaysia is actively seeking meaning and recognition for the benefit of local producers. That's the article about Asia events that we can present to you all.
The Industry in Malaysia and South Asia Events
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