RAKAN MUDA - WAJA DIRI
 

The Rakan Muda programme was introduced by the Ministry of Youth and Sports for the youth development in Malaysia. 

There are ten lifestyles in the ‘Rakan Muda’ programme.  One of the most popular lifestyle is the ‘Rakan Muda-Wajadiri’ programme which was officially launched nationwide by the right honorable Prime Minister of Malaysia on 29 October 1994 at Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur. 

Nanyang Wushu Federation of Sarawak has been entrusted the duties to promote and develop the ‘Rakan Wajadiri’ programmes of Wushu, Ngoh Chor Kung-Fu and Taijiquan in the state of Sarawak with  Prof. Dr. Song Swee Hee as its Instructor-in-Chief. 

Nanyang Wushu Federation of Sarawak has participated in several ‘Rakan Wajadiri’ demonstrations held in Kuching and Kota Samarahan. 


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The Honorable Tan Sri Datuk Amar Alfred Jabu, Deputy Chief Minister, Sarawak presenting a Souvenior to Prof. Dr. Song Swee Hee, Instructor-in-Chief of Nanyang Wushu ‘Rakan Wajadiri’ in conjunction with His Excellency the Governor Of Sarawak Birthday’s Celebration. [1995]
 
Prof. Dr. Song Swee Hee, Instructor-in-Chief of Nanyang Wushu ‘Rakan Wajadiri’ received a momento from The Honorable YB Alfred Yap, Assistant Minister for Culture, Youth and Sports Sarawak in conjunction with “SUKAN UNTUK SEMUA” programme held on 17 December 1995.
 
 
 

Nanyang Wushu members receive State awards

Three members of Nanyang Wushu Federation of Sarawak werer presented the Gagah Perkasa award by Head of State tun Datuk Patinggi Abang Muhammad salahuddin during His Excellency’s 85 th birthday celebration in Sibu recently.


The Gagah Perkasa award was in recognition of the members’ active contributions and promotion of cultural arts and wushu in the State and nation. The recipients were the Federation’s State chairman and instructor-in-chief Prof Dr Song Swee Hee, Master Yeo Liew Yian and Judy Song Yueh Ling. The trio have been actively promoting wushu to schools, social clubs and higher institutions.