Selasa, 4 Disember 2012

A journey of scientific rediscovery awaits! It's all right here at Petrosains, KLCC!

 
 
 
A journey of scientific rediscovery awaits! It's all right here at Petrosains, KLCC!


Travel back 1000 years to the Islamic Golden Age - to a time where ingenious inventors crafted some of the most remarkable gizmos that led to many of the things we use every day!

Khamis, 29 November 2012

 

 

3 simple steps to win free concert tickets to catch Super Junior in Malaysia!

200 Special Invites to be won! Follow these easy steps and you could be watching the 2012 Asia Super Showcase featuring Super Junior M, EXO-M and BTOB live in Kuala Lumpur
 
 
200 Special Invites to be won! Follow these easy steps and you could be watching the 2012 Asia Super Showcase featuring Super Junior M, EXO-M and BTOB live in Kuala Lumpur

google dot com: MISI: 'Brainstorm'

google dot com: MISI: 'Brainstorm': MISI: 'Brainstorm' untuk Komuniti Anda. RM100,000 Menanti! Bayangkan idea ANDA untuk Malaysia yang diimpikan menjadi REALITI (dan a...

google dot com: MISI: 'Brainstorm'

google dot com: MISI: 'Brainstorm': MISI: 'Brainstorm' untuk Komuniti Anda. RM100,000 Menanti! Bayangkan idea ANDA untuk Malaysia yang diimpikan menjadi REALITI (dan a...

Rabu, 28 November 2012

MISI: 'Brainstorm'




MISI: 'Brainstorm'
untuk Komuniti Anda. RM100,000 Menanti!

Bayangkan idea ANDA untuk Malaysia yang diimpikan menjadi REALITI (dan anda dihadiahkan RM100,000)!

http://ysmcdn.com/share/my/2455/3003435

Prizes


Grand Prize Winner
RM100,000
Runner Up
RM50,000
Honorable Mention (8)
RM5,000

Judging Criteria

Innovation and quality
Entrants should aim to submit original and creative ideas.
Feasibility of implementation
Includes cost, role and number of volunteers, as well as stakeholder support.
Sustainability
Includes how likely the programme is to be fostered and maintained with local and volunteer support.
Impact and scale
Includes whether the programme can be scaled up in the neighbourhood and/or replicated in other areas to include all Malaysians.

About the Challenge

16 days left to submit
There are potentially many new ways to improve and enliven Malaysian neighbourhoods. This challenge asks you to ‘think big’ and to think about the Malaysia that you would like to see. This is not an easy challenge, but it offers a huge opportunity for all Malaysians to think about developing and fostering a nation that is inclusive, open and relevant to its citizens.
We welcome entries from young people working or studying across a range of fields and with a variety of expertise (please see the Eligibility Requirements for specific information about who can submit). We are looking for innovative ways to improve and develop neighbourhoods that will help build positive connections and interactions between people and between people and place.
As you begin thinking about this challenge, there are some important questions to ask yourself:
  • What does your neighbourhood need the most?
  • What improvements would help the most number of people?
  • What obstacles are preventing improvement at the moment?
Your thoughts about the neighbourhood might relate to a single aspect or they may be multi-faceted and your solution may reflect this. You may choose to focus on happiness and wellbeing, income levels, cleanliness or litter. The important thing is that you design, develop and propose a solution that would improve some element of the neighbourhood.
This challenge offers you the opportunity to think differently – outside of your daily practice or conventions. As such, you may want to focus on any one or number of issues associated with neighbourhoods and communities, such as:
  • Encouraging personal responsibility for the cleanliness of the neighbourhood environment – bearing in mind that there will be a more positive response from some members of the community than others. What might encourage the majority of people, of all ages, to take a personal responsibility for how the environment looks? How will you communicate this?
  • Involving different community groups or individuals in the community engagement process. e.g. the elderly, children and the socially disadvantaged. – How might we encourage a new enthusiasm for what has traditionally been seen as someone else’s responsibility?
  • Involving business and public institutions, like schools, hospitals, councils, religious institutions, etc., in the process– How might such institutions derive new benefits from being better engaged with the neighbourhoods that they inhabit?


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