Friday, January 29, 2010

To form ‘One Malaysia Club’ in India – Minister of Tourism, YB Dato Sri' Dr.Ng Yen Yen

PuteraMIC India Chief meets Dr Ng Yen Yen, Tourism Minister in Chennai
The Minister of Tourism, YB Dato Sri’ Dr.Ng Yen Yen arrived in New Delhi last Sunday to promote Malaysia and launched the ‘One Malaysia’ campaign and toured five Indian cities – Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Chennai.
During her visit to Chennai, she have addressed her interest to turn the Malaysian students as little Ambassadors to promote Malaysia as a brand for a holiday destination, either educational, cultural or social visit.Malaysian celebrations in India should not only include the Malaysians but we should look into opening up for more of the locals to join us which will play a great role to build bridges and promote our culture and tradition to them.
With regards to this, Dr.Ng has agreed to send a dance master to train a couple of students with Tarian One Malaysia which we can utilise to demonstrate on our culture better.Besides this, Dr Ng has also suggested the MSA to form a One Malaysia Club which will play a role to promote the Prime Minister’s missions as well as Promote Malaysia as an Endless Experience. This programme will be fully backed by the Ministry of Tourism Malaysia.
Students should also look into assisting each other when there are troubles among the Malaysians and also try organizing more community service projects which will indirectly promote the objective of People 1st and Performance now, similarly with the PM’s mission of One Malaysia.
Dr.Ng Yen Yen has personally informed to convey her love and regards to ALL the Malaysian students in India. We should also start to emphasize and build the spirit of One Malaysia among every nation.

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