The Centre For A Better Tomorrow (CENBET) recently conducted the second in its series of dialogues with young Malaysians.
Held in SEGi College Subang Jaya, some 25 young adults took part in the two-hour frank exchange of views on the state of the country, especially on moderation and good governance.
CENBET co-presidents Lim Chee Wee and Gan Ping Sieu and vice-president Ng Yeen Seen threw some thought-provoking questions at participants, who were mostly tertiary student leaders or alumni of the Perdana Fellowship Programme. Among the areas discussed included how to enhance unity; what participants would do if they were the Prime Minister and the state of corruption in the country.
CENBET, a civil society group which promotes moderation and good governance, held the first in the series of dialogue last year in Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. It is part of the group’s efforts to promote moderation and good governance among young, emerging leaders.
It is also part of CENBET’s feedback mechanism to come up with modules for its upcoming leadership camp.
CENBET is a key sponsor of two charitable initiatives, in collaboration with the Hiichiikok Foundation. They are a home for underprivileged children and provision of free tuition to needy students.
Its tagline is “laying the foundation for a better Malaysia”.
co-presidents Lim Chee Wee and Gan Ping Sieu and vice-president Ng Yeen Seen with the participants of the dialogue session.
Vice-president Ng Yeen Seen
shares her views on nation building with the participants.
One for the album … Some of the participants with co-presidents Lim Chee Wee (far right) and Gan Ping Sieu (wearing jacket
Some of the participants who were mostly tertiary student leaders or alumni of the Perdana Fellowship Programme.
Co-President Gan Ping Sieu holding court at the dialogue session with young Malaysians at SEGi College Subang Jaya.