About 300 participants attended AZAM Sarawak’s one-day rural youth outreach programme held on 22 April 2017 in Lundu.
KUCHING: Angkatan Zaman Mansang (AZAM) Sarawak, Sarawak Development Institute (SDI) and their subsidiaries hosted an appreciation dinner for their former Chief Executive Officer, Datu Aloysius Dris, 73, at Riverside Majestic Hotel here on Friday.
The event gave AZAM and SDI Board Members and the staff of Greater AZAM, namely, AZAM, SDI, Faradale Media-M Sdn Bhd and Faradale Holdings Sdn Bhd, the opportunity to bid farewell to Aloysius.
A member of AZAM since 1983, Aloysius is a founding Board Member of AZAM and SDI. He was CEO of both AZAM and SDI from 1 August 2003 until 31 Dec last year.
Read more here: AZAM, SDI thank former CEO, Aloysius Dris
KUCHING: Angkatan Zaman Mansang (AZAM) Sarawak in collaboration with Azam Youth Central is holding a ‘Remembering Tok Nan’ programme at the Urban Transformation Centre (UTC) here starting yesterday until Jan 19.
Read more here: Azam sets up public memorial project for Tok Nan
KUCHING: Angkatan Zaman Mansang (Azam) Sarawak plans to create a bigger impact through greater cooperation and collaboration with its sister organisation Sarawak Development Institute (SDI) and its subsidiary, the Faradale Group of Companies.
Azam Sarawak and SDI chief executive officer Datu Aloysius Dris explained it was important for this collective group, which he coined as the ‘Greater Azam’, to find a new direction to work together more closely in order to achieve its mutual objective.
As such, he stressed on the importance of moving in the right direction and in tandem with trends not only locally, but regionally and internationally as well.
Read more here: Forging a new direction for ‘Greater Azam’
Originally referring to the large number of silicon chip innovators and manufacturers in south San Francisco Bay Area, Silicon Valley is headquarters to 39 businesses in the Fortune 1000, and thousands of startup companies.
A paradise for most startup entrepreneurs, while Silicon Valley is a thousand miles away from Sarawak and it may be impossible to replicate the exact components here, it doesn’t mean we can’t understand what makes it work and try to adapt it to our circumstances.
Read more here: Applying the Silicon Valley startup culture here in Sarawak
Building financial literacy is an important step in combatting corruption, stressed panellist Syed Nizamuddin Sayed Khassim during the one-day Anti-Corruption Seminar for Youth on Nov 5.
The Youth Parliament Malaysia member was speaking to a crowd of 50 or so undergraduate students at the seminar themed ‘Together we fight for zero corruption’ organised by Angkatan Zaman Mansang (AZAM) Sarawak in collaboration with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).
Read more here: Fighting for zero corruption
Local start-ups must learn to take risks, be more open and be mentors to each other in order to make it in today’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
In giving the advice yesterday, IBM Venture Capital Group software strategy director Deborah Magid said that startups today are capable of ‘disrupting’ traditional businesses through innovations as what they do through technology tend to be cheaper, more engaging and efficient to customers.
KUCHING: With the advent of modern information communication technologies (ICTs) such as the Internet as well as media convergence, visual mediums such as short films are increasingly popular channels to communicate or access information – rivalling the reach and impact of more traditional mass media such as print and broadcast.
Read more at Azam workshop boosts local filmmaking efforts
KUCHING: The chairman, deputy chairman, honorary secretary and honorary treasurer were all returned unopposed during the biennial election of office bearers of Angkatan Zaman Mansang’s (Azam) 33rd annual general meeting here last Friday.
Read more here: Morshidi re-elected Azam chairman for fourth term
Sundance Institute’s Native American and Indigenous programme director Bird Runningwater was in Kuching to give talks on film-making organised by Angkatan Zaman Mansang Sarawak (AZAM Sarawak) and Pustaka Negeri Sarawak respectively in collaboration with the US Embassy Kuala Lumpur.
Read more here: Empowering native people with the art of film-making