Last week, AIESEC Sunway held an online sharing session with the global volunteers from Vietnam and Indonesia. The event aimed to broaden the awareness and appreciation of diverse cultures by joining their volunteer program across different countries.
In celebration of Sunway’s Friendship Month, Student LIFE organized ‘Viva La Friendship 2.0’ to foster new relationships between students from different courses. With hearts filled with excitement, approximately 40 participants gathered at Function Room 2 at 6:30 p.m. on 19 August 2020. The participants were met with friendly smiles at the entrance and were given a tiny, coloured sticker to stick on their shirts. Free food vouchers were also given out which brought smiles to the participants’ faces because who doesn’t love free food?
Autumn 2050, the 14th Dalai Lama was finally returning back to his home country. He had lived all these years to see his country free again and now at 115 years old, he had come back. The frail old man could be seen on TV everywhere, as people all around the world witnessed this historical moment. Tibet was now a free country and this was a day to be remembered for many years to come.
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Isn’t that something we hear way too often these days? In a world where Youtube has climbed its way up to being one of the most frequently used social media sites, many have turned to the platform as a means of creating content according to one’s interests with the hope of gaining attention, expressing themselves, or as a means of income through the many (intensely detested) ads that pop up before videos. As Youtube becomes saturated with the ever-growing population of vlog, song cover, lifestyle, makeup, and beauty Youtubers, it gets a little dry with most of the popular content following a certain repetitive theme. But there’s so much more to Youtube!