SGM Kuala Lumpur held the “Seeds of Hope and Action” (SoHA) exhibition at five locations. On 23 August, the exhibition was held at SMK Seri Mutiara in Cheras, attracting 180 viewers. Some viewers said the information exhibited stimulated their thoughts about saving the planet.
|SMK Seri Mutiara||SJKC Chen Moh|
On 23 and 25 August, the panels were exhibited at SJKC Chen Moh in Petaling Jaya. Eighty-one students took up the role as narrators, explaining the content to over 1,000 visitors consisting of students, parents and the public. The school principal Hoo Nyook Lan expressed her gratitude to SGM for organising the exhibition.
On 31 August, the exhibition was held at a charity bazaar organised by Malaysian Ittihad Harmony Society at a campsite in Hulu Langat. Some 50 visitors viewed the exhibition. Two children said they are determined to take care of the environment after viewing the exhibition. Earlier on 30 August, the organiser also shared the exhibition content with 13 youths who were there for a camp.
|Malaysian Ittihad Harmony Society||SMK Bandar Tun Razak|
On 20 September, the exhibition was also held at SMK Bandar Tun Razak in Kuala Lumpur, where 56 students narrated the panels to over 550 viewers.
Meanwhile, on 10 September, SGM Johor coorganised the exhibition with Tangkak District Council and Tangkak District Education Office at the Sultan Ibrahim Diamond Jubilee Hall in Tangkak. Tangkak District Council president Ungku Mohd Zaffrin Ungku Mohd Zaman opened the exhibition, which had attracted some 120 visitors, including Tangkak District Education Officers, as well as principals, teachers and students from various schools.
Tangkak District Education Office representative Ahmad Hafizu Fahmi praised the narrators for their clear explanation. He added that youths can add value to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Several teachers who viewed the exhibition said the content greatly benefits their students while the students said the exhibition taught them how to protect the environment.