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SEGi Group of Colleges is thrilled, proud and honoured to congratulate the University of Sunderland, one of our oldest and most esteemed partner universities, for having been nominated for the prestigious University of the Year, the leading category in this year’s THE – Times Higher Education – annual awards!   This nomination marks a successful...
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THE IMPLICATIONS OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN MALAYSIA & CHINA TO THE UNITY OF RACES IN MALAYSIA Sharil Hamdam bin Ahamd Introduction The events of 13th May 1949 are one of the darkest in Malaysian history, especially in terms of racial relations in Malaysia. This incident shows the strained relations between the Malays and Chinese in...
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This has been an unusual year for us Malaysians thus far, with major political and economic upheavals amidst a raging and relentless faceless enemy daily claiming the lives of tens of thousands in our country alone. Certainly, a recipe for disaster, dividing our people and our country. But as our National Day draws near, it...
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Gayathri Krishnan School of MPU & Languages Learning a language is no easy task for many people. English as a second language comes with many challenges, especially in terms of pronunciation, context and cultural norm. All languages have their idiosyncrasies and learning English may be daunting to many learners for many reasons.   Schools that...
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DECLARATION LETTER 声明书   In reference to the recent fake propaganda and marketing activities happening in China, our College Management has conducted various inspections and investigations to conclude the following declaration as given below: 关于最近在中国大陆区内, 我们发现了很多不实宣传, 经过多方咨讯收集与调查, 我校作出以下声明:   SEGi College Kuala Lumpur (SCKL) would like to emphasise that we have never used any channel...
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Everyday, we receive news of workplace accidents that have resulted in injury, illness, fatality, damage to property and the environment. These incidents not only affect employers and employees but also could impact the organisation as a whole. Workplace accidents not only cause loss of productivity but can also impact on other employees and cause them...
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By: Jayatheswary A/P Parnealsivam, Lecturer and Programme Leader, School of Allied Health Sciences   The spread of the COVID-19 virus can be stopped by washing hands regularly with soap and water for 20 seconds. This can be done especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after coughing, sneezing, or blowing our noses. Hand...
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By Thevagi Selvamaney Lecturer, School of Creative Arts & Design  What is stop-motion animation? Stop-motion animation is a filmmaking technique in which objects are physically moved in small increments and captured one frame at a time so that when played back, they will give the illusion of motion. If one thinks of a flip book, stop...
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Social Media and Free Speech By Thenmoli Rajantran School of Communication & Design, SCKL People believe they have more freedom of expression and/or speech when using online networks than they do in the real world, where social etiquette and manners can sometimes feel restricting and constraining. Of course, content is monitored and can be removed,...
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Photo Credits: Aabro Production Excerpts from a video project initiated by Mr Rishikumar Selvadurai, Senior Lecturer for Marketing Management, School of Business Due to graduate soon, Melisha Lin told us that she chose to study at SEGi College Kuala Lumpur due to its strategic location in the city. She felt that a conveniently accessible campus...
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