A Glimpse into MUN
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A Glimpse into MUN

[by Samanza Kishwar Parvez] I’m sure we’re all quite familiar with Model United Nations (MUN). If not, MUN is a place where students can learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations. The Taylor’s University Model United Nations Club (TUMUNC) held their training day/mock conference last month on the 15th of April. President, Chamode Anjana, … Continue reading

The Drama Behind Life – Sparties Shorties 4SQUARE
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The Drama Behind Life – Sparties Shorties 4SQUARE

[By Bryan Lee Ming Jun] Every year, Taylor’s Society of Performing Arts brings back their signature event – Sparties Shorties 4SQUARE! From 12th to 15th of October, SPARTans performed to give us the best theatrical experience possible. Through the unique Sparties Shorties tradition, each individual play has their own venue to invoke different tones and … Continue reading

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Praise Emmanuel Children’s Home Practices Urban Farming

Petaling Jaya, June 19, 2016 – Praise Emmanuel Children’s Home taught its children basic gardening in efforts to practice urban farming. Assisted by Taylor’s University student volunteers, the children enjoyed planting flowers, Asoka, Aloe Vera, and vegetables seeds like kangkung, sawi and bayam. The children were taught the process of planting and simple gardening techniques. Gardening … Continue reading

How the TPPA Will Affect The Nation And Everyday Malaysians.
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How the TPPA Will Affect The Nation And Everyday Malaysians.

[By Elise Chen] In October 2015, the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) was finalised in Atlanta, Georgia, after lengthy discussions of over 5 years. For those unfamiliar with the TPPA, the free trade agreement is the biggest trade deal in U.S. history, involving 12 countries: the United States of America, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, … Continue reading