Malaysia’s 100YC Programme For Universities – Future Living
Young generation today is exposed to the creativity and innovative things surround them. In order to involve them in future development, Malaysia 100YC (M100YC) Grand Finale Exhibition Programme was held last week on 19th February. This programme was launched in collaboration with Malaysia Urban Forum 2019 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre at the same time. The objective of this programme is to promote knowledge sharing and encourage students to reimagined Malaysian future cities. The programme that was officiated by UN-Habitat Executive Director Her Excellency, Dato’ Maimunah Mohd Sharif and Chief Secretary Ministry of Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government (KPKT), Dato’ Sri Haji Mohammad bin Mentek.
Kuala Lumpur, July 3, 2018: Urbanice Malaysia, a Centre of Excellence under the Ministry of Housing and Local Government (KPKT), today launched the inaugural Malaysia 100YC (Year Cities) programme. Officiated jointly by the Ministry of Housing and Local Government (KPKT) and the UN Habitat Executive Director, Dato’ Maimunah Mohd Sharif, the programme encourages local universities to reimagine what Malaysian future cities will look like and share their ideas, solutions and concepts to address the challenges of future urban living. This includes attracting ideas, best practices and case studies from professionals, local stakeholders and industry leaders in all areas related to the challenges of urban development.The Malaysia 100YC programme, inspired and adapted from the Malaysia Biennial 100YC programme, is a collaboration between Urbanice Malaysia, Think City and the Nextdor Property Communications Sdn Bhd. Six topics have been identified under the Malaysia 100YC programme as key focus areas covering innovative technologies, green open spaces, urban mobility, affordable living, community development and smart infrastructure.
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11 local universities were involved in this programme and they had the opportunity to engage and interact with local and international key industry leaders, designers, and urbanist through a series of workshops and special studio sessions, to help them understand and address urbanisation challenges.
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This photo was the forum activity that were held together with M100YC
The exhibition from universities students’
(Credit to: Malaysia Urban Forum 2019)
Through this Malaysia 100YC programme, there is the main topic that has been discussed as a benchmark which is focusing covering the area of innovative technologies, green open spaces, urban mobility, affordable living, community governance, and smart infrastructure.
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