KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 1 — The Dewan Negara should censure Senator Mohd Imran Abd Hamid for mooting that men be protected from being seduced into committing rape if he doesn’t apologise and retract his remark, the Centre For A Better Tomorrow said today. The policy think tank’s vice-president Ng Yeen Seen said the PKR lawmaker’s […]Read More
KUALA LUMPUR, May 12 — Centre for Research, Advisory and Technology (CREATE) Chief Executive Officer Ng Yeen Seen said today that the newly-selected Cabinet members will contribute to the growth of SMI and SMEs in Malaysia.
She added that the appointment of the three Cabinet members was a balanced announcement that was not seen in the previous Barisan Nasional (BN) administration.Read More
PETALING JAYA – The world of the future will be very different from today – and in a move to prepare the rakyat for a better and brighter future, the government has come up with a bold initiative.
Transformasi Nasional 2050, or TN50, is an initiative to plan for the future of Malaysia over the next 30 years between 2020 to 2050. The TN50 initiative is a bold move to steer the nation towards becoming one of the top countries in the world in terms of economic development and innovation.Read More
PUTRAJAYA — Thirteen youth personalities from various backgrounds and expertise and who have made their mark in their respective fields have been appointed as National Transformation 2050 (TN50) Youth Ambassadors.
Others are Centre for Research, Advisory and Technology (CREATE) chief executive officer Ng Yeen Seen; Inspirasi Gemilang 4e Chief Officer Zhariff Afandi; cetacean ecologist Dr Louisa Shohbini Ponnampalam; activist Dr Aizan Sofia Amin, Samudra Oil Services chief executive officer Shahril Hamdan, BorderPass chief executive officer Faisal Ariff and Plastic Surgery and Reconstructive specialist Dr Farrah-Hani, who is former national gymnastic queen.Read More
PUTRAJAYA, April 14 — Thirteen youth personalities from various background, expertise and who have made their mark their respective fields have been appointed as National Transformation 2050 (TN50) Youth Ambassadors.
The media conference was held to introduce the ambassadors concerned who included former national squash queen Sharon Wee Ee Lin and Malaysia Youth Council (MBM) president Muammar Ghadafi Jamal Jamaluddin.
The others are Malaysian chapter of The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Sarah Joan Mokhtar; Saora Industries founder and chief executive officer Ganesh Muren; Teach For Malaysia founder Dzameer Dzulkifli and Hospital Beyond Boundaries chief executive officer Dr Lutfi Fadil Lokman.
Also appointed as TN50 Youth Ambassadors are Centre for Research, Advisory and Technology (CREATE) chief executive officer Ng Yeen Seen; Inspirasi Gemilang 4e Chief Officer Zhariff Afandi; cetacean ecologist Dr Louisa Shohbini Ponnampalam; activist Dr Aizan Sofia Amin and Samudra Oil Services chief executive officer Shahril Hamdan.Read More