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China-Malaysia Friendship Garden is the latest addition at New Floria Site

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The Putrajaya Flower and Garden Festival or FLORIA Putrajaya organised by Perbadanan Putrajaya is set to kick up a storm with a brand new component called the China-Malaysia Friendship Garden, a Lingnam-styled garden complete with distinctive Chinese elements and character at its permanent site in Precinct 4, Putrajaya.

Development of the Friendship Garden at FLORIA's permanent site is an approach undertaken by PPj to improve and diversify components of the Flower and Garden Festival, in line with the initiative to place FLORIA Putrajaya on par with other international flower shows.

This garden, the first project to be implemented as Friendship Garden in Putrajaya will be developed in collaboration with The Malaysia-China Friendship Association that mooted the idea to establish such garden. Subsequently, the Chinese Government via appointed an agency appointed by them, Dongguan People's Association For Friendship With Foreign Countries have consented to the development of a China-Malaysia Friendship Garden and will channel the funds of RM1.5 million to cover the entire construction of the garden.

The ground breaking and tree planting ceremony of the 0.6 acre was officiated by Mr Hu Chunhua, Member Of The Political Bureau Of The CPC Central Committee & Party Secretary Of The CPC Guangdong Provincial Committee and Tan Sri Dato' Seri (Dr) Aseh Hj Che Mat, President Perbadanan Putrajaya.

PPj will act as Project Manager to help PPMC monitor the implementation of this project that is scheduled for completion in early June 2014, while the People's Government of Dongguan City, Guangdong Province will provide technical advice on the design and detailing elements of the Chinese Garden.

Malaysia-China Friendship Association (PPMC) is an NGO established in 1992 that aims to deepen and strengthen mutual understanding and friendship between the people of Malaysia and China. PPMC has conducted numerous programs in the fields of culture, education, youth and sports, tourism and the economy to improve relations between the two countries.

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