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Pic "Black Painting 1969" by Datuk Ibrahim Hussein It’s a torn Malaysian flag which has been painted black, along with a red line and white circle. The flag itself was picked up from the street during the May 13 riots. Tun Razak questioned: 'Ibrahim, is that a real flag? Why did you deface our national flag?', Ib Hussein explained: black - the darkness represents an eclipse the country was going through red- the twilight that comes after the eclipse and darkness white circle - symbolises a new energy and a rebirth He added, “To me, May 13th is not a national tragedy, it is a human tragedy; and could happen anywhere in the world if man chose to live like that.” Eloquence won the day and he was allowed to exhibit the painting in the Dewan Tunku Canselor, Universiti Malaya. There was also a condition that 'May 13th' was not to be sold or be taken out of the country. “In future, regardless of which party rules or whoever becomes prime minister and ministers, the strengthening of the nation’s institutions will ensure that there is no corruption, abuse of power and theft of money and public property and, should it happen, [the perpetrators] will not escape legal action. This is what the government of the day holds to, respecting and appreciating the will of the people that the Rule of Law is upheld,” Dr Mahathir said. Edge paper 20 August 2018 pg 31 "...Recalibrating Malaysia is a huge task and we must give the new men and women in the arena support in the form of ideas, praises and criticisms so that they can succeed for all of us." Datuk Seri Nazir Razak. Source : www.theedgemarkets.com/…/taking-malaysia-forward-–-first-10… Edge paper 20 August 18 pg 30 to 31 https://keatsthesunshinegirl.blogspot.com/2010/06/ibrahim-hussein-museum-and-cultural.html?m=1 XTRA is remembering Datuk Ibrahim Hussein (1936 – 2009) , our very first customer since 1995, who purchased a pair of Mies Van Der Rohe from our humble 1000 sq ft showroom in City Square, now Double Tree. A great man, (the first Malaysian artist to participate in the prestigious Venice Biennale), who is also down to earth. We are honoured and humbled to since supply furniture to his residences.
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