The EU in Malaysia Art Competition is a celebration of the arts! It aims to inspire creative expression through drawings among local youth. The theme this year is ‘My best world: Malaysia 💗 EU.’

Organised by the Delegation of the European Union to Malaysia annually, this year, we invited the participation of three orphanages from the Klang Valley.

  • Rumah Kebajikan Dato’ Harun
  • Rumah Kebajikan Anbu Illam
  • Rumah Kebajikan Karunai Illam

Digital Calendar

We invite you to experience the world through the children’s eyes, with the European Union Digital Calendar. The calendar features creative and imaginative pieces from the art competition.

This year, in line with our bid to go green, the calendars are available to download digitally on our website.

Digital Calendar

We invite you to experience the world through the children’s eyes, with the European Union Digital Calendar. The calendar features creative and imaginative pieces from the art competition.

This year, in line with our bid to go green, the calendars are available to download digitally on our website.

Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up..

Pablo Picasso

Rumah Kebajikan Dato’ Harun

was offically established in 1977 and is based in Ampang, Selangor. It aims to protect orphans and raise their standard of living. The home provides residential, educational and religious facilities and guidance.

Rumah Kebajikan Anbu Illam

nurtures, cares and educates underprivileged boys. The home is managed by Persatuan Saiva Siddhanta Malaysia. Based in Ulu Kelang, Selangor, it offers residential care, education and guidance to orphans, children from broken homes, or those who have suffered neglect or abuse.

Rumah Kebajikan Karunai Illam

aids and supports underprivileged girls. The home is managed by Persatuan Saiva Siddhanta Malaysia. Based in Taman Ehsan in Kepong, Kuala Lumpur the home provides shelter, education and counselling to orphans, children from broken homes, or those who have suffered neglect or abuse.

Rumah Kebajikan Dato’ Harun

was offically established in 1977 and is based in Ampang, Selangor. It aims to protect orphans and raise their standard of living. The home provides residential, educational and religious facilities and guidance.

Rumah Kebajikan Anbu Illam

nurtures, cares and educates underprivileged boys. The home is managed by Persatuan Saiva Siddhanta Malaysia. Based in Ulu Kelang, Selangor, it offers residential care, education and guidance to orphans, children from broken homes, or those who have suffered neglect or abuse.

Rumah Kebajikan Karunai Illam

aids and supports underprivileged girls. The home is managed by Persatuan Saiva Siddhanta Malaysia. Based in Taman Ehsan in Kepong, Kuala Lumpur the home provides shelter, education and counselling to orphans, children from broken homes, or those who have suffered neglect or abuse.

Personal Thanks

The Delegation of the European Union to Malaysia, wishes to express our gratitude to all teachers and students of Rumah Kebajikan Dato’ Harun, Rumah Kebajikan Anbu Illam and Rumah Kebajikan Karunai Illam for their support and participation in this year’s EU in Malaysia 2020 Art Competition.

Personal Thanks

The Delegation of the European Union to Malaysia, wishes to express our gratitude to all teachers and students of Rumah Kebajikan Dato’ Harun, Rumah Kebajikan Anbu Illam and Rumah Kebajikan Karunai Illam for their support and participation in this year’s EU in Malaysia 2020 Art Competition.