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Siti Suriawati Isa:The Creative Economy in Malaysia (8)

8. FINAL REMARKS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF MALAYSIA’S CREATIVE ECONOMYThe fundamental source of conflict in this new world will not be primarily ideological or primarily economic. The great divisions among humankind and the dominating source of conflict will be cultural. The clash of civilisations will dominate global politics. (Huntington 1993, 22)8.1 Conclusion and RecommendationsThe twenty-first century has seen ICT affect all aspects of human life, the contemporary global market is considerably…See More
Mar 14, 2016
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SITI SURIAWATI ISA:THE CREATIVE ECONOMY IN MALAYSIA (7.3)

The “Halal” market and cultural assets Currently, the Malaysian government is aggressively developing Malaysia as a “halal hub” for the regional and global Muslim markets, which the Malaysian government began targeting after launching of Halal Hub Corporation in 2008. With their tagline “Halal for all”, this marketing campaign targets everyone, and involves a wide range of products and services. Malaysia’s strategic location means that it is easier for people from all around the world to visit…See More
Mar 12, 2016
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SITI SURIAWATI ISA:THE CREATIVE ECONOMY IN MALAYSIA (7.2)

Future Plans for the OrganisationPERZIM follows the ICOM mission, and is shifting their role to become a modern museum corporation. They have implemented many changes and programs over the past decade, and are among a number of museums in the region introducing different activities and programs for their visitors. One change incorporates ICT in the promotion of their museums to the public, including the establishment of a Facebook fan page, and the virtual museum Malacca website, which covers…See More
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Siti Suriawati Isa:The Creative Economy in Malaysia (7.1)

7. DISCUSSION OF CREATIVE ECONOMYDEVELOPMENT IN MALAYSIA IN THE CONTEXT OFTWO CASE STUDIESInnovation creates jobs and boosts national competitiveness. This is why we, too, mustmake a creative impact in a competitive global economy. We must not allow ourselvesto be left behind.(Malaysia Prime Minister, New Strait Times, 2009)7.1 IntroductionThe intense development of technology in Malaysia started with the Vision 2020. TheMalaysian federal government plans to boost their communication,…See More
Mar 4, 2016
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Siti Suriawati Isa:The Creative Economy in Malaysia (6.3)

Traditional to Engaging Phases Phase I: Traditional The formation of Malaysia started in Malacca in the thirteenth-century. The image of Malacca as one of Malaysia’s historical cities lends a substantial advantage in terms of attracting visitors to museums. The Malacca state government has played an active role in developing and promoting the tourism industry in the state since the 1980s, and this is due to their disadvantage in natural resources compared to other states in Malaysia (Cartier…See More
Feb 28, 2016
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Siti Suriawati Isa:The Creative Economy in Malaysia (6.2)

Respondent Profiles From the total of four respondents interviewed by this study, there is only one female staff member. Three respondents worked with PERZIM for more than ten years except for one, who worked there for less than a year. Two of the respondents were in their mid-thirties, one of them in his late-forties, and one in his mid-twenties. All respondents obtained their education in Malaysia, with one staff possessing a vocational certificate qualification, three possessing a Bachelor’s…See More
Feb 21, 2016
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Siti Suriawati Isa:The Creative Economy in Malaysia (6.1)

6. CASE STUDY TWO: MALACCA MUSEUM CORPORATION With its government buildings, churches, squares and fortifications, Malacca demonstrates the early stages of this history originating in the 15th-century Malay sultanate and the Portuguese and Dutch periods beginning in the early 16th century. The town constitutes a unique architectural and cultural townscape without parallel anywhere in East and Southeast Asia. (UNESCO 2008) 6.1 Introduction The second case study was undertaken with Malacca Museum…See More
Feb 13, 2016
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SITI SURIAWATI ISA:THE CREATIVE ECONOMY IN MALAYSIA (3)

3. CREATIVE ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT IN MALAYSIA3.1 The Malaysian Experience in Developing a Creative EconomyHe is the One GOD: the Creator; the Initiator; the Designer. To Him belong the most beautiful names. Glorifying Him is everything in the heavens and the earth. He is the Almighty, Most Wise.  (Al-Quran 59:24)The recent historical background of the creative economy development discourse in Malaysia forms the first section of this chapter. Following this is an examination of the animation and…See More
Feb 11, 2016
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SITI SURIAWATI ISA:THE CREATIVE ECONOMY IN MALAYSIA (4)

Creative Tourism The term creative tourism is an extension of cultural tourism. Richards and Raymond (2000) are among the first authors to use this term, and argue that consumers are increasingly looking for more engaging, interactive experiences that can help them in their personal development and identity creation. Modern consumers are more exposed, educated, and sophisticated, and always searching for new experiences. In order to remain competitive and sustainable, the stakeholders of site…See More
Feb 10, 2016
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Siti Suriawati Isa:The Creative Economy in Malaysia (5.3)

5.4 RQ2: What is the development path for Malaysian creative economy enterprises? Animation History in Malaysia Animation started in Malaysia mainly for documentaries and public service filmlets by the Malayan Film Unit. However, the significant impact of the first cartoon Malay magazine, Gilagila made the local market realise the potential of a cartoon sector in the country. The early development of Malaysian cartoon and animation products were inspired mostly by western influence. For…See More
Feb 8, 2016
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Siti Suriawati Isa:The Creative Economy in Malaysia (5.2)

Respondent Profile Out of the nine respondents only one female staff was interviewed (refer to Table 5.3). Seven of the respondents were younger than 25-years-old, and two were aged younger than 30. Five respondents had worked more than two years with the company, and the rest worked with the company for between one to two years. Each respondent represented a different department of the company, from Marketing and Sales, Modelling, Layout and Script Writing, to Animating, Music, Rendering, and…See More
Feb 7, 2016
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Siti Suriawati Isa:The Creative Economy in Malaysia (5.1)

5. CASE STUDY ONE: LES’COPAQUE PRODUCTION SDN. BHD. We have something the West doesn’t. We have a range of cultures, of religions, the way we see art is totally different. We can adapt to any kind of design. (AunHoe 2010, 82) 5.1 Introduction This chapter presents extensive data gathered in the case study on Les’copaque Production Sdn. Bhd. The chapter begins with a comparison of the MSC capital city, Malaysia Cyberjaya, and Cyberport, Hong Kong. The aim is to give a better understanding of…See More
Feb 5, 2016
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Siti Suriawati Isa:The Creative Economy in Malaysia (2)

THE LITERATURE ON CREATIVE SECTORS1.1 Introduction to the Creative EconomyWe are now embarking on a new quest to position Kuala Lumpur as one of the creative hubs of the world, to be parallel with the mega cities of London, Milan, Los Angeles, Tokyo and even our next-door neighbours Bangkok and Singapore. As we enter the creative economy spotlight, we can show ourselves as not only emerging as the new creative hub within the region but even more importantly, helps to sustain the economic growth…See More
Feb 4, 2016
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Siti Suriawati Isa:The Creative Economy in Malaysia (1)

1.1 Introduction to Creative EconomyThe Multimedia Super Corridor is envisaged as the leading edge of a new national strategy for Malaysia to achieve the goals described in our country's vision 2020. (Mahathir, 1996a)This chapter outlines the key themes of this study, and introduces the research problem and the research methodology. This is followed by background information on the development of creative economy in Malaysia, along with a brief introduction to cultural tourism and creative…See More
Feb 2, 2016
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DASAR INDUSTRI KREATIF NEGARA (7)

Strategi 7: Memperkukuh industri sokongan/ hiliran.Strategi 8: Pengurusan, pelaksanaan dan penguatkuasaan undang-undang, akta, peraturan, dan hak cipta untuk memantapkan proses kawal selia bagi setiap produk dan karya industri kreatif.…See More
Jan 30, 2016
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DASAR INDUSTRI KREATIF NEGARA (6)

Strategi 3: Memastikan produk jenama Malaysia diterima dalam pasaran tempatan dan mampu bersaing di pasaran serantau dan antarabangsa melalui promosi secara berterusan. …See More
Jan 29, 2016

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Siti Suriawati Isa:The Creative Economy in Malaysia (8)

Posted on March 13, 2016 at 9:39am 0 Comments

8. FINAL REMARKS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF

MALAYSIA’S CREATIVE ECONOMY

The fundamental source of conflict in this new world will not be primarily ideological or

primarily economic. The great divisions among humankind and the dominating source

of conflict will be cultural. The clash of…

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SITI SURIAWATI ISA:THE CREATIVE ECONOMY IN MALAYSIA (7.3)

Posted on March 12, 2016 at 9:06am 0 Comments

The “Halal” market and cultural assets

Currently, the Malaysian government is aggressively developing Malaysia as a “halal hub” for

the regional and global Muslim markets, which the Malaysian government began targeting

after launching of Halal Hub Corporation in 2008. With their tagline “Halal for all”, this…

Continue

SITI SURIAWATI ISA:THE CREATIVE ECONOMY IN MALAYSIA (7.2)

Posted on March 4, 2016 at 10:30pm 0 Comments

Future Plans for the Organisation

PERZIM follows the ICOM mission, and is shifting their role to become a modern museum

corporation. They have implemented many changes and programs over the past decade, and

are among a number of museums in the region introducing different activities and programs…

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Siti Suriawati Isa:The Creative Economy in Malaysia (7.1)

Posted on March 3, 2016 at 10:50pm 0 Comments

7. DISCUSSION OF CREATIVE ECONOMY

DEVELOPMENT IN MALAYSIA IN THE CONTEXT OF

TWO CASE STUDIES

Innovation creates jobs and boosts national competitiveness. This is why we, too, must

make a creative impact in a competitive global economy. We must not allow ourselves

to be left…

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