KOTA KINABALU: Epal Crafts Training Centre (LKE) is aiming to set its name in Guinnes World Record for making the biggest handbag using used shirts, in conjunction with the Recycling Campaign.
The campaign, which was held since 20 March will end on 19 April at several shopping complexes in the state capital, is to increase the awareness and interests of the public in being creative with their recyclables to create new products.
According to LKE Manager, Moirin Douni, the campaign was held for two days since 20 March in Suria Sabah, and the next venue will be Wisma Merdeka on 30 and 31 March.
“The Recycling Campaign and the creative crafts exhibition based on recyclables will continue in Centre Point Kota Kinabalu on 29 March until 7 April, and also in City Mall for 10 to 19 April. The exhibition is open from 9.30am to 9.00pm,” she said.
The wife of Sabah Governor, Toh Puan Norlida RM. Jasni, is also expected to attend the exhibition at Centre Point on 29 March, she added. – SayangSabah