Award-winning edutainment centre KidZania Kuala Lumpur has collaborated with KRU Group to introduce a brand new attraction at the theme park.

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The new attraction comes in the form of an animation studio which aim to encourage early stage exposure and learning of animation among children to equip them with new skill sets for the future.

 

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“We’re thrilled to have KRU Group, experts from the creative industry jump on board with us on a mission to expand knowledge, promote values and develop skills among children,” said KidZania’s Mayor Shahrul Nizar Ahmad.

Dato Norman Abdul Halim, Group CEO of KRU Entertainment commented, “We are thrilled to embark on this endeavour with KidZania KL as this will give KRU an opportunity to contribute to the industry through shaping and educating the young ones.”

 

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“We see this partnership as a natural one and we are determined to ensure its success by infusing our industry knowledge, experience and involving our new intellectual property, ‘Zan Orangutan as part of the activity in the establishment,” he added.

The launch of the new KRU animation studio in KidZania KL took place on Thursday (30th May) which was also attended by FINAS Chairman Dato Hans Isaac, CEO of FINAS Ahmad Idham, and 40 children from Pusat Jagaan Telaga Kasih Nur Muhammad, Rumah Amal Kebajikan Asnaf Anak Yatim.

 

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For children who are keen to delve deeper into animation, they may enrol into KRU Group’s AfterClass programmed by KRU Academy which targets pre-school, early primary and advanced primary students.

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