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Sunway In The News

International Students Sharpen Their Culinary Skills

Many have the deceptive perception that sandwiches are served as snacks.  Sandwiches are endlessly versatile, they can be served for breakfast, lunch, high tea and dinner.  A sandwich is a food item consisting of one or more types of food, such as vegetables, sliced cheese, canned fish, deli meat etc. placed on or between slices of bread.

Sunway-Oxbridge Essay Competition

Deputy of Minister Education 1, YB Dato' P Kamalanathan gave away cash prozes valued at RM 22,000 and SUnway bursaries worth RM 175,000 to 26 deserving students for their commendable efforts in teh Sunway-Oxbridge Essay Competition 2016 during a prize giving ceremony held at Sunway University.

Reading Bus Opening Ceremony

The Sunway Student Volunteers (SSV) collaborated with the Reading Bus Club Kuala Lumpur to organize the Reading Bus Project. The Reading Bus Club Kuala Lumpur is an NGO which provides students the opportunity to enjoy school and life through reading. This project was made into a reality through the RM 4500 grant we received from Khind Starfish Foundation through Project for Happiness, which is an initiative for undergraduates in Malaysia to design projects which promote happiness and address the root cause of poverty and poor education.

75 Sunway students visit Lancaster!

As we have done since 2011, Sunway students participated in a summer cultural exchange programme at Lancaster University. This year, 75 Sunway University students travelled to Lancaster to learn more about business, academics, government, community and culture.

Sunway Students Flair in Sukan Malaysia XVIII

ADTP student Liew Kah Sing Justin represented Wilayah Persekutuan state won bronze medals in tennis single’s and team’s events in Sukan Malaysia Sarawak XVIII from 22nd to 30th July 2016.

Sunway University Launches First Penang Hokkien-English Dictionary

Sunway University recently in early July launched the Penang Hokkien – English Dictionary by Tan Siew ImmAimed to help maintain the Penang Hokkien dialect in the face of the growing influence and use of Mandarin among the various ethnic Chinese groups in Malaysia, this unique contribution to language maintenance is the result of five years of research and dictionary development by Tan.


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