Exciting lineup of activities at AZAM’s AYCLive@Borneo744 youth event

AYCLive@B744

KUCHING: Workshops, musical performances, recreational sports and more await at Angkatan Zaman Mansang (AZAM) Sarawak’s latest edition of AYCLive on November 18 at Borneo744.

Free and open to the public, AYCLive@Borneo744 will be a one day event starting from 8am to 6pm. AYCLive is AZAM Sarawak’s signature youth event that combines artistic and recreational activities with programmes that promotes personal and professional growth among the youth.

Among the bands slated to perform at AYCLive@Borneo744 are At Adau, Soundholic, Foxgloves, Amey Suhaili, Afiq Zafi, Adi Bazli, Co-Ed Crew, Kenshin Clan, and Imaginasi Music.
Among the bands slated to perform at AYCLive@Borneo744 are At Adau, Soundholic, Foxgloves, Amey Suhaili, Afiq Zafi, Adi Bazli, Co-Ed Crew, Kenshin Clan, and Imaginasi Music.

Come and be entertained with musical performances by At Adau, Soundholic, Foxgloves and modern dance by University Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas). Watch out for the fashion show staged by Limkokwing Borneo which will also see At Adau performing.

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AZAM TO INTRODUCE YOUTH MEMBERS MENTORSHIP TO GROOM ITS FUTURE LEADERS

The year 2014 has been another eventful year for AZAM.

In his Statement published in the 2014 Annual Report, AZAM’s Chairman, Tan Sri Datuk Amar Haji Mohamad Morshidi Abdul Ghani said AZAM was a key collaborator in some of the state’s seminars such as those on “Socially and Culturally Vibrant Cities and Towns” with the Ministry of Local Government and Community Development.

He also said AZAM’s youth development programmes had also seen a steady increase in the number of participation as well as in partnerships with other institutions both local as well from outside Sarawak.

Tan Sri Morshidi said during the year under review, AZAM also introduced new youth activities such as a collaboration with PETRONAS on a Youth Dialogue, which is a rural youth outreach activity to facilitate their interaction with the state’s leaders on development concerns in Sarawak.

AZAM had also continued to work closely with local radio stations and newspapers to disseminate useful information on current development happenings around Sarawak through its radio programme and newspaper development feature articles.

Meanwhile in his remarks at the 32nd Annual General Meeting (AGM) of AZAM held last Saturday in Kuching, Tan Sri Morshidi who is also the State Secretary said if last year’s performance of AZAM was any indication, AZAM looked set to not only enjoy more productive years ahead, but is also well prepared to scale new heights.

He added, one of the highlights in 2014 was the launch of AZAM Online TV, an online video channel via Youtube, which was to help provide fresh and positive images of Sarawak to both local and international audiences. In this digital era, such move was a natural progression in AZAM’s efforts to communicate development information and knowledge quickly and more creatively, to the people of Sarawak and other stakeholders.

Among other things, the AGM agreed with the proposal to introduce a mentorship progamme for the youth members of AZAM aged 21-30, by the senior members. This is primarily to groom the younger members to be future leaders in the organisation, and to work towards a more strategic and coordinated development programme for the youth target groups in Sarawak.

Tan Sri Morshidi called on the senior members of AZAM to volunteer to mentor the youth members to help turn them into highly active volunteers.

On matters raised by members, a former Deputy Chairman of AZAM, Datu Dr. Hatta Bin Solhi suggested that more youths be encouraged to reach out and work with troubled youths.

Another member, Abang Haji Nawawi Abang Drahman said that in addressing problems of substance abuse among youths, those working with such troubled youths must be well trained.

YBhg. Dato William Wei, a board member of AZAM suggested that voluntary efforts should be made to provide more training opportunities for youths who are unemployed or lack job skills, especially by local industries.

AZAM presently has more than 100 members who are accepted based on their commitment to volunteer in capacities such as, members of various working committees, conference speakers, facilitators, or moderators, trainers, writers and judges of competitions.

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#AYCLIVE @WAYANGSTREET, A NEW CHAPTER, A NEW LOOK

AYCLive

Youths in Kuching and the surrounding areas are invited to visit or participate in the first edition of the AYCLive@WayangStreet for the year, this March 14 at the AZAM Youth Central (AYC) at Medan Pelita, Kuching.

Organised by AZAM and the AZAM Young Souls volunteers, the one day event will be held from 12.00 noon until 10 p.m. It will present diverse activities showcasing local youths’ talents and interests. These include the regular activities of live performances by local bands, a mini art exhibition, a flea market and dance performances.

The weekend event will also introduce new activities which are, a martial art demonstration including wushu, and an outdoor event – the Street Workout Challenge. Another new activity to be introduced is a “business and sales pitch” competition to help train young entrepreneurs polish their skills in pitching their products or, their business to investors.

Other youth interests which are expected to be showcased during the weekend programme are cosplay from Gendaibu club and yoyo demonstration by Mr. Ryan Han from Yoyo Rangers. The present of card game from NEKO NEKO NYA group will add more spice of this AYCLive@WayangStreet series. This new episode will also welcome our friends from The HUB Youth Centre with the showcase of their own talents.

The AYCLive@WayangStreet series or urban youth events was introduced in January 2014, spearheaded by youth volunteers under AZAM’s youth development and engagement programme. A total of 5 events have been held so far, which were centred at the AZAM Youth Central, housed at Medan Pelita courtesy of the Pelita Holdings Sdn Bhd, on the historic Wayang Street, Kuching.

Under the banner of Young Souls & the City, the weekend activities are to help provide a platform for local youths to congregate, interact and create various useful and creative activities not only for the youth themselves but also for the larger community. The events are also to contribute to making Kuching city more socially and culturally vibrant, and to bring together youths of diverse backgrounds, races and beliefs in efforts to strengthen social harmony in the state.

Youths and members of the public who are interested to find out more about the event may contact AZAM staff, Razali or Nazrie at 082-411799.

 

 

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