Quest International University (QIU) students will be displaying the “Beauty of Ipoh” at a physical photo exhibition that aims to highlight the unique wonders of the Bougainvillea City through the eyes of youth.

Organised by QIU’s School of Communication, the Gallery 360° photo exhibition will feature 40 photographs of Ipoh’s changing vibrant lifestyle, its majestic natural beauty and dynamic culture captured through the perspectives of 23 Gen Z students from Perak and beyond.

The exhibition will be held at AEON Mall Ipoh Station 18 on March 4, 2023 from 10am to 5pm.

Project manager and second-year Advertising student Mavis Yap said the exhibition was an homage to the city that QIU calls home.

“Ipoh is a truly unique city, globally recognized for its culture and attractions. Our exhibition pays tribute to the diverse beauty that we see here every day.”

“We have captured images of Ipoh’s architectural heritage, environmental wonders and the people who make the city tick.”

In addition to showcasing 40 beautiful photos of Ipoh, the event will also feature colouring activities and Henna painting which are open to the public. The first 500 visitors to the exhibition will receive a photo card containing the full series of exhibited photographs.

Besides being a fantastic opportunity for the public to appreciate and admire photography, Mavis said the exhibition would be an invaluable experience for the participating students. She noted that QIU’s School of Communication students had organised a similar exhibition at the university’s La Place café last year.

“We’re proud because the exhibition is an initiative entirely run by QIU students. The photos were captured by our students who registered for a photography subject, and the exhibition is organised by a different set of students who studied Event Management.”

“A lot of our studies at QIU involve experiential learning. This exhibition embodies that in its entirety. Not only does it showcase what the students can do but it is an excellent exposure for me and my friends at the university,” added Mavis.

For more information on the exhibition, contact Adeline Ong at

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