Friday, November 11, 2011

[Pix] Jung Min @ H-Artistry PressCon 11.11.11

Today 11th of November 2011 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, all performers at the H-Artistry “The Global Art of Mixing” party of 2011 had a press conference. Jung Min is one of the performers of the show which is to happen tomorrow, 12th of November at Malaysia International Exhibition & Convention Centre (MIECC) at Mines Resort City. Other international artists who will be performing in the said shows are Australian mega electronic duo, Yolanda Be Cool, American singer, songwriter and producer, Chris Willis, Taiwanese singer, Landy Wen, and also local superstar from Malaysia DJs, Goldfish and Blink.

Here are photos from the presscon today. Much thanks to 00lanse for the post in Baidu which according to her is from

Adding more from HERE. Thanks to tetsu_girl for the tips on Twitter.


LapinApple said...

im so glad to see Jungmin with other artists from other places...and whoah, also noticed he's the tallest of them you Jungmin always and forever. =D

Anonymous said...

lol unrelated but omg how is this in malaysia? I didnt know they were so open abt drinking and the MC wearing short clothes etc. ... i didnt think that stuff happened in malaysia ??

I guess im just an uninformed american lol

Anonymous said...

@anon 12:13 pm

Hi I'm from Malaysia. Well Malaysia is a multi-cultural country, meaning there's a lot of different races and religions in Malaysia. The state religion in Malaysia is Islam but the citizens are free to practice their own beliefs(this depends on some rules and regulations but I won't go further in detail).

Drinking is allowed in Malaysia but only for the non-Muslims. We even have clubs here. As this is an event involving alcoholic beverages I don't think the organizer will let a Muslim to be the MC.

In Malaysia people usually wear what they like. Especially the non-Muslims because they don't really have the restrictions like the Muslims do. There are some Muslim Malaysians wearing short clothes too(even though I don't think this is a good thing as they're doing things that is against their beliefs). And if you come to Malaysia you'll see a lot of ladies wearing revealing clothes.

Liezle, I'm sorry for touching upon some religious matters in your blog. I hope you won't mind.

Anonymous said...

It's warm in Malaysia. Why he takes a pullover?