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PunchLain

unchLain was a charitable stand up comedy event which was held on the 19th of October 2018 at JC2) of Sunway University from 7.30pm to 10.00pm. The event consisted of five budding stand up comedians in Malaysia, a music performance by a member of the Department of Communication and Liberal Arts (DCLA) alumni, and an interactive game involving the audience.

Togetherlah! Lokal Night

Togetherlah!’s Lokal Night was a colourful display of Malaysian art and talent organised by Sunway University’s Department of Communication and Liberal Arts (DCLA). Organising this event was not only merely a fun experience but also, a requirement for their degree coursework to prepare them to enter the field of public relations and media planning.

Worst Nightmares

Which dreams are the worst? Having your heart hammering as you fall off a cliff, feeling the wind fail to break your fall as you see the ground getting closer and closer; being tickled till you reach the point of suffocation; feeling bound in slow motion while everyone else around you still moves normally; having your teeth fall out one by one?

Sunway Sports Carnival Opening Ceremony 

Throughout the 2nd week of October 2018, Sunway University and Sunway College hosted the big event that sports enthusiasts had been gearing up for; Sunway Sports Carnival! All of the athletes were eager to compete with each other in their respective sports such as football, captain’s ball, basketball, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, dodgeball, chess and the fitness challenge.

Join Hands and Make The Pledge

On Sunday 7th October 2018, Sunway Education Group along with the Jeffrey Cheah Foundation held the event ‘Join Hands and Make the Pledge’ in honor of the 3rd anniversary since the launch of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals on September 25th 2015. United National Sustainable Development Goals is a plan to overcome global challenges and achieve certain targets in all countries, including protecting the environment, elimination of poverty inequality, sustainable economic growth and enhanced peace.

The Hungry Ghost Festival

Many Malaysians by now would have been accustomed to the festival called the “Hungry Ghost Festival”. Well how much do we know about it or how little is still a question yet to be answered. As creepy and fun as it may sound, I still blame my Chinese friends for giving me the chills I have until this day when the month of this festival arrives.

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