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Event Calendar | August 2022

Looking for something that will give you an enriching experience? From insightful talks by our industry experts and academics to meaningful campaigns, discover a wide range of exciting events happening throughout the month.

AUGUST
EVENTS

THIS WEEK'S FEATURE

1 August - 7 August

ADP at Taylor's: Project-based Learning That Builds Leadership
Thinking of pursuing a degree after SPM or IGCSE from a reputable university in the U.S., Canada, and more? Taylor's ADP might be just what you're looking for.

Upcoming Events

8 August - 14 August

ADP at Taylor's: Project-based Learning That Builds Leadership
Thinking of pursuing a degree after SPM or IGCSE from a reputable university in the U.S., Canada, and more? Taylor's ADP might be just what you're looking for.
Kaleidoscope
KALEIDOSCOPE showcases some of the most exciting talents to emerge from TUTAS' Bachelor of Performing Arts conservatory degree programme by The Actors Studio and Taylor’s University. Join us as we celebrate their directorial debut with 7 riveting short plays and 2 spellbinding dance works on friendship, love, belonging and coming of age.

15 August - 21 August

Stay tuned for upcoming events!

22 August - 31 August

2nd CRiT Summer School
Join us this summer for the "2nd CRiT Summer School on Innovation and Technology in Tourism to achieve SDGs" from 23 - 25 August 2022. We are proud to welcome Malaysia’s Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Dato’ Sri Hajah Nancy Shukri to officiate the event.

ARTICLES FROM OUR EXPERTS

1

You Need Digital Marketing as Part of Your Skill Set

Featured in The Star, Lecturers Lim Con Nee & Dr Kimberley Khoo Kim Leng (Taylor's Business School) shares the importance of businesses and employees having digital marketing skills 

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2

Monkeypox: The Next Pandemic?

Featured in HealthCareAsia Daily, Dr Lim Yin Sear and Dr Punithavathy Shanmuganathan (School of Medicine) shares about the current outbreak of Monkeypox and the growing concerns that the outbreak may turn into a pandemic. They further explain the causes, symptoms, and the medical advice for infected patients.

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3

Gradual Removal of Blanket Fuel Subsidies: Why Malaysia Needs This Now

Featured in the Weekly Echo, Prof Hafezali Iqbal Hussain (Faculty of Business and Law) talks about why blanket fuel subsidies should be gradually removed and replaced with targeted subsidies to help groups that require more aid.

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4

BRI Boosts Ecotourism Development in Asean Region

Featured in The Star, Dr Lin Woon Leong (Faculty of Business and Law) shares how the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) supports sustainable growth of ecotourism in the ASEAN region.

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5

Abolishing The Mandatory Death Penalty is The Right Step

Featured in The Malaysian Insight, Lecturer Lai Mun Onn (Taylor's Law School) writes on the abolishment of mandatory death penalty and its positive effects to the country’s judiciary system.

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