Celebrating 53 while countdown begins for 20201

Celebrating 53 while countdown begins for 2020

August 31. Another year of independence as we celebrate 53 years since the British relinquished their hold on the country’s sovereignty. Those who remember those times have grown old and many have passed on. I wonder what goes on in the minds of our youths during Merdeka? Continue Reading

What is the colour of Unity?

What is the colour of Unity?

This is the month of Merdeka - traditionally a ‘feel-good’ month for the nation when the national flag is proudly displayed from homes, shops and even on different modes of transport. Continue Reading

Time to overcome the resistance to change

Time to overcome the resistance to change

Malaysia has to change. The goal has been set – to become a high income, innovation-led economy by 2020. The plans have been made – through a combination of the New Economic Model as well as the Government Transformation Plan that are embedded into the 10th Malaysia Plan. Continue Reading

Lim Kok Wing answers your 10 questions

Lim Kok Wing answers your 10 questions

Honoured as the Father of Innovation in Creative Education by the country’s Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, the Founder and President of Limkokwing University has put Malaysia on the global map in recent years with the establishment of several campuses, most notably in London and several parts of Africa. This special feature sees him answering 10 questions from readers of The Star newspaper—Malaysia’s leading English daily—about his life, university as well as thoughts on the industry. Continue Reading

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About Tan Sri Lim


Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Paduka Dr Lim Kok Wing, the Founder and President of Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, does not fit into any ordinary mould that would describe most entrepreneurs.

His journey has been closely linked with the economic and social development of Malaysia.

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