Scuba show

By | July 26, 2013

An engaging operation of talks will be hold during a Malaysia International Dive Expo (MIDE) from Jul 5 – 7.

These include:

Stories Behind The Picture by Michael Aw, a director/publisher of Ocean Geographic.

It’s a Small Blue World – Miniature Life Underwater by Jason Isley, handling executive of Scubazoo Images.

I’m Bent – Now What? by Chris Wachholz, emissary CEO of Divers Alert Network Asia-Pacific.

Marine Mammals of Malaysia by Louisa S. Ponnampalam, co-founder of The Marecet Research Organization.

Underwater Photographers – A Nuisance? by Julian Hyde, ubiquitous manager of Reef Check Malaysia.

Sharks in Sabah and Sea Turtles in Malaysia by Rohan Perkins, a conservationist.

Photographing Marine Animal Behaviours by William Tan, and underwater photographer.

MIDE was instituted in 2006 and has been hold yearly given then. The design is to foster Malaysia and a surrounding waters as one of a word’s best diving destinations.

MIDE is a trade, consumer and charge exhibition.

It also aims to rise a new era of divers to take an seductiveness in environmental issues. Major brands of products and services are also being promoted.

Besides that, visitors will get a possibility to have proxy physique art tattoos by a artist Empayar Kukubesi. They (including a children) can also demonstrate themselves around board or T-shirt portrayal and colouring, activities that will be guided by artists Anuar, Orkibal and Jefferson from Canvas of Nature.

Photo exhibitions including True Colours of Redang (by AB Lee), Picture of The Year (by Ocean Geographic Society) and Natures Photo Art (by Imran Ahmad) will also be on display.

There will also be scuba pool demos and tryouts.

Out of Malaysia’s race of 27 million, there are now approximately 120,000 approved Malaysian divers and MIDE aims to accommodate a needs of both a attention veteran and a pledge diver.

The BE A DIVER module has been instituted to emanate some-more recognition of a dive attention and to inspire college students and immature graduates to take adult diving as a hobby, competition and even a career.

MIDE also determined a Dive Divas Fanclub final year for women divers to inspire and commission them to build careers and businesses in a industry. To date, there are some 100 members in a fanclub.

One of MIDE’s corporate shortcoming initiatives is to assistance preserve a sea environment. Conservation groups such as Sea Shepherd International (France), Shark Savers Organization (United States), Reef Check Malaysia, WWF, Malaysia Nature Society and Project Aware Foundation (Australia) will be among those that will be represented during a exhibition.

For some-more information on MIDE, revisit www.mide.com.my or call 03-7980 9902/9.

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