- Created on 10 October 2014
I had received my secondary education in SMJK Chung Hwa Confucian and I had graduated in 2013. I am currently going through pre-university courses in St. Xavier's Institution in Penangin order to further my studies in the field of history and political science in university later in my life.
- Created on 25 September 2014
ASEAN Centre is delighted to announce that the 2nd ASEAN-Russia Youth Summit will take place in Kuala-Lumpur (Malaysia) on October 16-18 this year.
The 1st Russia-ASEAN Youth Summit took place from 13 to 14 May 2013 in Moscow organised by the ASEAN Centre in MGIMO University in partnership with RIA Novosti Media Holding. The theme of this Summit was 'Young Russia – Young ASEAN: Dialogue for Connectivity'. Around 200 young participants, comprising Russian students studying Southeast Asian languages and Southeast Asia-related subjects, and ASEAN students from various Universities across Russia attended the Summit.
- Created on 08 August 2014
On August 7, 2014 Malaysian newspaper New Straits Times has published an article by Haris Hussain. The article presents the analysis of various versions why MH17 crashed.
- Created on 25 July 2014
Early on July 22 the two black boxes from the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 were handed over by Alexander Boroday, Prime Minister of the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) to Colonel Mohamed Sakri of Malaysian National Security Council. As the latter stated that both devices were intact, they signed a document to confirm it. The world watched on TV how an official of the state that had suffered most as a result of the MH17 tragedy personally thanked for cooperation «Mr. Boroday» and his people who are called «pro-Russian terrorists» by Kiev and the West. For «terrorists», they behaved, indeed, surprisingly well. The Malaysian experts, as well as the experts of the Organization of Security and Cooperation in Europe were given green light to conduct search and inquiry within the area of the plane’s crash. The remains of the passengers and the crew were passed to the Malaysians without any delay. All was done in line with the UN Security Council resolution N 2166 of July 22 which demands a comprehensive and independent investigation of the tragedy according to the principles and rules of the International Civil Aviation Organization.
- Created on 01 July 2014
The Malaysian Institute of Translations and Books in Cooperation with ASEAN Centre in MGIMO has published in Kuala Lumpur a book with three landmark speeches of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin.
The need to understand others and to be understood by others is a characteristic sign of responsibility in both individuals and nations. Since his emergence on the Russian and global political scene, Vladimir Putin has never spared an opportunity to explain what his government stands for – and why it stands for what it stands in domestic and foreign policy terms.