Chronogram: Spatial Design and Decorative Visuals of a Cultural Space

  • Bibi Zafirah Hanfa Badil Zaman

The importance of cultural influence in a design space.

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Performing Musicology: Carving a Place for Research-Creation in Western Classical Music

  • Associate Professor Dr Andrew Brian Filmer

The area of research-creation in Western classical music needs one, and I propose it be called “performing musicology”.

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Ageing in the Human Brain: A Focus on Neuroprotection and Healthy Ageing

  • Associate Professor Dr Audrey Lim Wei Ling

Ageing is a universal biological process often associated with gradual deterioration in physiological and biochemical functions, including progressive cognitive decline.

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Deciphering Food Hawkerpreneurship

  • Associate Professor Dr Daniel Chong Ka Leong

The term “hawkerpreneur” is operationally defined as an entrepreneur who runs a traditional street/hawker food in a modernised and innovative manner.

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Graph Parameters and Ramsey-type Theorems in Combinatorics

  • Dr Sim Kai An

Mathematical ideas and their innovation rely on, and build upon the wonders in its abstraction. Graph theory studies the mathematical structures in the modelling of pairwise relations between objects.

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The Impact of Tourists’ Perceptions of Space-launch Tourism: An Extension of the Theory of Planned Behaviour Approach

  • Dr Philip Wong Pong Weng

Various Asian countries are fortifying their space investments, and smaller states within the region are showing ambitions of establishing national space programmes.

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CRCDM – Creating Visitor Experiences in Cultural Heritage

  • Professor Harold Thwaites

As Head of the Centre for Research Creation in Digital Media (CRCDM) in the School of Arts at Sunway University, Professor Harold Thwaites’ areas of research-creation cover a wide area ranging from multimedia, information design and digital her

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A Look Into Cross-Module Assessments

  • Maslisa Zainuddin

I am a lecturer by day and a designer by night (and every other weekend). I design, create and re-make daily, be it while lounging at a café or in my sleep.

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Small Steps to Building Community Service Learning

  • Yeong Hui Yan

In its quest to develop globalised future citizens and individuals who are “intellectually, spiritually, emotionally and physically balanced”, Malaysia’s Ministry of Education integrated the National Education Philosophy into its higher education policy.

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Levelling Up Research

  • Karen Lau

Universities are traditionally established to generate and disseminate new knowledge. Yet, as the world changes, so does the purpose of universities.

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