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VISIT FROM ROWE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT, DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY, CANADA

VISIT FROM ROWE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT,
 DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY, CANADA

29 April 2019, Monday

Theatre Room University of Malaya, Graduate Business School (UMGSB), Faculty of Business and Accountacy, University of Malaya

A visit from Rowe School of Business, Faculty of Management, Dalhousie University, Canada has been held at Theatre Room University of Malaya, Graduate Business School (UMGSB), Faculty of Business and Accountancy, University of Malaya. It was a collaborative effort organised by Centre for Civilisational Dialogue University of Malaya (CCD) with Faculty of Business and Accountancy University of Malaya. Associate Prof. Gs. Dr Rosilawati Zainol has been invited to give a welcoming speech and brief introduction about the Centre for Civilisational Dialogue. The speech was followed by Associate Prof Dr Yusniza Kamarulzaman, Deputy Dean Postgraduate of Faculty of Business and Accountancy University of Malaya, who gave a presentation on the UM Graduate Business School.

After the welcoming speech from CCD and UMGSB, there was a talk on Malaysia economy by Associate Professor Dr Rubi Ahmad from UMGSB. Then followed by a slot entitled “Talk on consumer Trends 2019: Re-think Plastics” by Doctoral candidates, UMGSB.

In the evening, the Canada delegates was introduced to our Malaysian traditional games called Congkak, Batu Seremban and Zero Point (Lompat Getah). The Canada student enjoyed playing the games with student from Faculty of Business and Accountancy University of Malaya.

Before the sessions end, there was a talk from Rowe School of Business on Doing Business in Canada by Dr Kent Williams, Assistant Professor Leadership (Management) and Dr Jenny Zhang, Assistant Professor Accounting. The program ended at 9.00 pm.

 

 


Image 1: Welcoming speech from Director of Centre for Civilisational Dialogue.


Image 2 : The students playing congkak.


Image 3 : The students playing Zero Point (lompat getah)


Image 4: The students playing Batu Seremban.


Image 5: The Director of CCD giving a token of appreciation to representative of Dalhousie University, Canada  
Image 6: Group photo with delegates from Dalhousie University, Canada