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July - Sept 2022 | Quarter 3 Issue

E-NEWSLETTER JCI

MALACCA

CITY

ENTREPRENEUR

DISCOVER ACTIVE LEADERS

https://www.facebook.com/jcimce

https://www.instagram.com/jci.mce/


CONTENTS JCI MALACCA CITY ENTREPRENEUR

Description Messages About JCI About JCIM About JCI MCE Q3 Quick Recap National Project - JCIM CYEA National Project - Leaders Run JCI MCE x MGBM Collaboration Take The Lead | Serve To Lead Q2 New Members Business & Development Division Community Division International Division Individual Division LOM Division Event Exposure - Newspapers & LED Screen Upcoming Events

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MESSAGE JCI SEN. ELLEN LU 2022 JCI MALAYSIA NATIONAL PRESIDENT Dear fellow members, alumni, and JCI Senators of JCI Malacca City Entrepreneur: Greetings from Swan City! It was like only yesterday when I have been invited to provide my message in your 2nd e-newsletter, now I have to write the message for your 3rd e-newsletter! “It is always important to know when something has reached its end. Closing circles, shutting doors, finishing chapters, it doesn’t matter what we call it; what matters is to leave in the past those moments in life that are over.” – Paulo Coelho In the 3rd quarter of the year, we have to work hard to complete those plans that we have done early of the year. It’s our last opportunity to change everything, last opportunity to chase on the progress and end 2022 stronger. 2022 is going to end soon and One Year to Lead Practise of JCI demand every JCI Leader to report on the progress of the past one year and plan for the next year. I wish you all the best in your LO’s progress in these 3 months and also good luck to all your submission. I will see you coming 13th to 15th October 2022 in our 2022 National Convention in Kuching, Sarawak, to recognize your Local Organization’s effort in empowering young leaders and to celebrate the impact created within your local organization and community. Once again, leading is our duty, let us all take the LEAD! Thank you. JCI Senator Ellen Lu 2022 National President Junior Chamber International Malaysia

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MESSAGE JCI SEN. VINCENT LENG 2022 JCI MALAYSIA NATIONAL EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Dear JCI members & friends, Greetings from the Historical City of Melaka ! Time flies, we are at the end of Quarter 3 now! I would like to formally and sincerely express my gratitude for the amazing work every member has accomplished so far. My heartiest appreciation to you that putting your effort and patience on JCI Malaysia Roadmap system. The ability to work through unforeseen challenges and collaborate so well with JCIM is impressive and thank you for your understanding while we are working hard on JCI Malaysia digital transformation. In Q2 we have made impressive progress in our area plan of action with the 1st area business project, ACS Go Global Business Conference hosted by JCI Johor Bahru Entrepreneur. This event welcomes few of local successful and reputable entrepreneurs sharing their journey and the idea of how their business works globally, from assessing readiness to selecting the right market and executing a successful entry strategy. On top of that, the same day we have successful completed the JCIM ACS 2nd Quarter Area Award Ceremony. Once again congratulations to all the winners and a big thank you for those who have constantly support and show your dedication to ACS project. Just to remind again, this year we have a common goal. To achieve 25% membership growth by the end of the year,let us work together to advance the 2022 JCI Malaysia Plan of Action and empower more young leaders to join us and take responsibility for global challenges in the local community and businesses. Lastly, i wish you all the best on the award submission. Looking forward to see you shine at the stage of 2022 JCI Malaysia National Convention in Kuching, Sarawak. LEADING IS OUR DUTY, TAKE THE LEAD and SERVE TO LEAD!

Best regards, Vincent Leng 2022 JCI Malaysia National Executive Vice President Area Chairman of Area Central South Page 2 | JCI MCE


MESSAGE ALICIA NG 2022 JCI MALAYSIA NATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT Greetings to all JCI Malaysia members and friends who are reading this amazing e-newsletter! I’m Alicia, the assign National Vice President to JCI Malacca City Entrepreneur. It’s my honor to pen down some of my thoughts in their 3rd issue e-newsletter. Time flies, the memories of preparing their Installation and Award Banquet together a day before, is still very clear in my head. And now, we are almost heading to our Annual General Meeting and also National Convention. There are a lot of challenges and new initiatives from the National to LO this year. JCI MCE being one of the largest chapter doing their best to cope with the post pandemic changes, this is the spirit that I salute them a lot. It also resonates with President Valarie’s presidential theme ‘Active Leader’. They completed all the tasks given to them. I salute all the Board of directors and all the members who are being cooperative! Let’s welcome a digitalised JCI Malaysia! Malacca is an amazing city with all friendly people around. Whenever I go to Melacca, or when I meet my assign JCI MCE members, they always greet me with a warm smile. Thanks for always making me feels like home. This year, JCI MCE is the hosting chapter of a great national project, Creative Young Entrepreneur Award. They did their best to promote it all over the nation. In 4 area conventions and also almost all the IABs. On behalf of the NBOD, I would like to express our gratitude towards such a dedicated and committed team led by OC Gregory Ng and President Valarie Ngoh. Lastly, I sincerely thank all the moments that we were together throughout the whole year of 2022. Memories will always last in my heart. And I wish JCI MCE to be always bonded, strong, and always leading the community to a greater height.

Yours sincerely, Alicia Ng Rupan 2022 Assigned National Vice President

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MESSAGE VALARIE NGOH 2022 JCI MALACCA CITY ENTREPRENEUR PRESIDENT Dear beloved Jaycees, Greetings from JCI Malacca City Entrepreneur! It is my greatest honor to share some words here for all of you. Time flies and it has comes to the 3rd quarter of the year. I would say it was a very blissful months together with all the Jaycees. Active leaders to serve !the community. This quarter we've held few meaning events in each division, including flagship projects, and the response was overwhelming. Events such as Business Connect Program, World Clean Up Day, JCIM Inspire, JCI Event SOP Workshop, Newspaper Reading Program etc had successfully brought positive changes to the community, as well as aid in developing the characteristic of being a great leader. I would say every of the members, friends, volunteers who participated in the events had gain much more than they expected, physically and mentally. Besides that, JCIM CYEA TOP 30 Semi-Finalist Press Conference and interview has taken place successfully in this quarter. Congratulations to all the TOP 30-Semi Finalist for putting 100% effort to make it where they are now. Their business creativity and business exposure had been highly recognised by the professional and experienced judges. Thank you for making this press conference and interview extraordinary. In conclusion, I would like to extend my greatest gratitude to all the stakeholders for their constant support and love. Lastly,I truly appreciate the support and advice from NVP Alicia on our LO performance monitoring. Be Active Leader!

Valarie Ngoh 2022 JCI MCE President

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EDITOR AMBER YEO 2022 JCI MALACCA CITY ENTREPRENEUR SECRETARY Dear beloved readers, Time flies, and it's has come to the 3rd quarter of JCI MCE Enewsletter. It is indeed a great honour to be the E-newsletter editor for the quarter 3 and it is an immense pleasure to launch this third edition for 2022. In the consent of our daily work lives, this E-newsletter aims to strengthen our bond. It keeps us all updated regarding breakthrough results and ideas that originated from the greatest mindset of JCI MCE. This is not only a platform to celebrate the success and acknowledge the great work but also a medium to understand the overall performance of our organisation. I hope that this read will not only help us to gain a stronger perspective about our organisation but also inspire breakthrough ideas and bring JCI MCE to a greater height. In this issue, we will recount the various projects and activities in which JCI MCE members were actively involved since the the starts of third quarter. A huge thank you to all the members who contributed in this, without which there wouldn’t have been this Enewsletter issue. Last but not least, I would like to thank JCI MCE President, Ms Valarie Ngoh and the board members for their everlasting support throughout the creation of this edition.

Happy Reading!

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ABOUT JCI

ABOUT JUNIOR CHAMBER INTERNATIONAL Junior Chamber International (JCI) is a global membership-based non-profit organisation of young active citizens ages 18 to 40 who are dedicated to creating positive change in their communities. Through projects in more than 5,000 communities across more than 100

countries,

members

seek

targeted

solutions to local problems, creating a global impact. The JCI movement started on October 13, 1915 by one active citizen, Henry Giessenbier, who had a passion for positive change. Since then, millions of other young active citizens have united together to create sustainable impact in their community.

JCI CREED We Believe: That faith in God gives meaning and purpose to human life; That the brotherhood of man transcends the

JCI MISSION To provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change.

sovereignty of nations; That economic justice can best be won by free men through free enterprise; That government should be of laws rather than of men; That earth’s great treasure lies in human personality; And that service to humanity is the best work of life

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JCI VISION To be the leading global network of young active citizens.


ABOUT JCI HOW IS JCI DIFFERENT FROM OTHER NON PROFITS? JCI members take initiative to solve local challenges. More than a one-time donation or service opportunity, we focus on sustainable impact locally and globally. It only takes one active citizen to change the world. Be that active citizen today.

2019–2023 JCI STRATEGIC PLAN Accelerate Transformation

FROM BROAD STAKEHOLDER INPUT... Every five years, an appointed committee evaluates the past and present actions of the organization to plan for an impactful future. The strategic planning process for the 2019–2023 plan started in 2017 with strategic planning forums at international JCI Events and national conventions around the world. A worldwide survey was sent out to gather feedback on the implementation and success of the previous strategic plan, as well as gain insight into stakeholders’ visions for the future of the organization.

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...TO DEVELOPING A PLAN... The 2017 JCI Board of Directors appointed a 12-member Strategic Planning Committee. The Committee met several times virtually, during the 2017 JCI World Congress in Amsterdam and in early 2018 for a strategic planning retreat at the JCI World Headquarters to finalize the draft plan. After a full year of brainstorming, discussing, interacting, reflecting and evaluating, the Committee drafted the 2019–2023 JCI Strategic Plan using feedback and research from stakeholders. The committee presented the draft plan at each international JCI Event and conducted workshops with JCI members and leaders in preparation for accelerated implementation. At the 2018 JCI World Congress in Goa, India the General Assembly adopted the 2019–2023 JCI Strategic Plan.

...TO ACCELERATING TRANSFORMATION TOWARD OUR GOALS. More than ever, JCI must adapt to the needs of young people and create momentum to remain relevant and impactful in our changing world. To be the organization that is home to young changemakers advocating for a better tomorrow in their communities and our world means every JCI stakeholder must align their actions with the five strategies outlined in the 2019–2023 JCI Strategic Plan: Impact, Motivate, Invest, Collaborate and Connect. Over the past 10 years, JCI has laid a strong foundation for youth-led community transformation. We know who we are as an organization and our methodology for creating change. Now, as the world speeds toward the future, JCI too must accelerate our own transformation so that we can be the organization that unites all sectors of society to create sustainable impact.


RISE WITH JCI JCI RISE (‘Rebuild’, ‘Invest’, ‘Sustain’, ‘Evolve’)is a initiative for JCI members and young leaders around the world to share ideas, best practices and their unique efforts to sustain and rebuild economies members

around have

understanding

the

world.

always

their

JCI

prioritized

communities

to

create sustainable solutions. When we partner with other organizations and sectors of society, we can re-imagine what the future could look like. In Malaysia, we believes that the Local Organisations have an opportunity to showcase the leadership aspect of JCI by having an active role in the rebuilding of communities, businesses and the economy

and

also

connecting

businesses, politicians and communities together in a time of desperate need for proper

regeneration.

Growing

tomorrow’s leaders is, after all, the goal of JCI. These leaders are needed now more than ever. RISE will focus on three pillars: 1.

Investing

time

and

resources

to

sustain and rebuild local economies. 2.

Engaging

and

empowering

the

workforce through effective leadership and communication. 3. Acknowledging, understanding and creating solutions to the mental health impact COVID-19 has had on the global population.

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JCI'S PRIORITIES AT A GLANCE

JCI ACTION FRAMEWORK A flexible and unique problem-solving tool has created to help members develop their skills and create strong JCI actions that are centered around the 4 Areas of Opportunity: Individual development through leadership and personal development trainings Business flagship

and

entrepreneurship

programs

like

Creative

through Young

Entrepreneur Community

impact

through

projects

anchored in economic reality through the JCI RISE initiative to help sustain and rebuild economies, motivate the workforce through youth entrepreneurship, and promote mental health awareness International cooperation through exciting and innovative events and valuable partner organizations

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ABOUT JCIM

Junior Chamber International Malaysia (JCI Malaysia)

is a national organisation of the Junior Chamber

International in Malayasia. JCI Malaysia was chartered in year 1976 and affiliated to Junior Chamber International (JCI), a global leadership development organisation for young active citizens aged between 18 to 40, founded since 1915 in St. Louis, US by Henry Giessenbier. Currently there are more than 70 JCI Local Organisations affiliated with JCI Malaysia, Located in various states of Malaysia.

FACT SHEET MEMBERSHIP There are over 2,400 members from 73 local organisations affiliated to JCI Malaysia, from Area

North,

Sabah

and

Central-South, Sarawak.

JCI

2022 NATIONAL PRESIDENT

2022 NATIONAL PRESIDENT'S THEME

2022 NATIONAL GENERAL SECRETARY

JCI Senator Ellen Lu Ping Ping from JCI Sibu

Take The Lead

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION

WEBSITE

SOCIAL MEDIA

Pemimpin

www.jcimalaysia.cc

www.facebook.com/jci malaysia

Zelt Kueh Jing Tang from JCI Kuching

membership is open to all nationalities,

races

and

religions

HEADQUARTER No. 19-3, Jalan Setiawangsa 8, Taman Setiawangsa, 54200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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ABOUT JCI MCE

In year 2009, a member of JCI KL Mandarin - JCI Member Felix Lai Chee Wee was so inspired that he decided to form a new chapter. With the knowledge and experience he acquired during his membership at JCI KL Mandarin, he formed a new chapter back at his hometown - Malacca. With the humble beginning, Junior Chamber International Malacca City Entrepreneur (JCI MCE) was given provision affiliation by JCI Malaysia on 2009 during JCI Malaysia National Convention. Later on 5th October 2009, JCI MCE received the certification from ROY (Registration Of Youth). JCI member Koh Siew Keng was elected as the Chapter President in year 2010. With that, the budding chapter grow with the mission of providing development opportunities that empower young active citizens to create positive change in Malacca.

FACT SHEET MEMBERSHIP STRENGTH

2022 LOCAL PRESIDENT

153

Valarie Ngoh Huay Ling

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2022 LOCAL PRESIDENT'S THEME

WEBSITE

https://jcimce.org


JCI MCE PAST YEARS ACHIVEMENTS Area Overall 2017 – Area Overall Champion 2019 – Area Overall Champion 2021 – Area Overall Champion Project Award (Area) 2018 – Best Peace Is Possible Video – 1st Runner Up 2018 – Business Partner Program Recruitment – Champion 2020 – Top 3 Business Partner Program Recruitment 2020 – Outstanding Publication 2020 – Most impactful COVID 19 Worrior Challenge 2020 – Most Outstanding Financial Support in the assigned Zone 2020 – Top 10 LO Award 2021 ACSC – TikTok Competition Winner : JCI Malacca City Entrepreneur 2021 ACSC – “Together We Rise” Challenge – Top 5 Winners (Virtual) : Chen Chew Yean 2021 ACSC – “Together We Rise” Challenge – Top 5 Winners (Virtual) : Tay Pek Loke Individual Award (Area) 2019 – Oregon Debate Competition – Champion 2019 – Best Oregon Debater – Tan Ming Yao 2019 – Public Speaking (Mandarin) – Lim Sing Wei 2019 (Q1) – Inspiring Member Award – Tommi Ong See Wei 2019 (Q1) – Inspiring LO President Award (Merit) – Zare Lee 2019 (Q1) – Outstanding Publication (Q1) 2019 – Public Speaking (English) – Grey Ong Wen Hui 2020 – Most Active Local President (Merit) – Vincent Leng 2020 – Active Member Award (Winner) – Ngoh Huay Ling 2020 – Active New Member Award (Winner) – Kevin Chia Xin Yuan 2020 – Active New Trainer (Winner) – Zare Lee Tzong Ee 2020 – Supportive National Vice President – JCI Sen. Gan Ming Han 2020 – Supportive Area Officer – Zare Lee Tzong Ee 2021 Q1 – Largest Delegation to 2021 JCIM ACS Semi-Virtual Convention : JCI Malacca City Entrepreneur 2021 Q1 – Outstanding Financial Support to Area : Vincent Ng Ching Yee 2021 Q1 – Most Outstanding Financial Support in the Assigned Zone : NVP Vincent 2021 Q1 – Active New Member Award : Goh Chong Chian 2021 Q1 – Active Member Award : Lim Sing Wei 2021 Q1 – Outstanding Area Officer (Merit) : Ryan Cheng Zhi Wen 2021 Q1 – Outstanding National Vice President (Merit) : Vincent Leng Wei Shen 2021 Q1 – English Debate Competition (2nd Runner Up) : Lee Jian Sheng, Tay Pek Loke, Foh Jia Sheng 2021 Q1 – Malay Public Speaking Contest (2nd Runner Up) : Ong See Wei 2021 Q2 – Outstanding Area Officer (Winner) : Ryan Cheng Zhi Wen 2021 Q2 – Top Recruiter Award : Goh Chong Chian 2021 Q3 – Outstanding Financial Support to Area (365) : Vincent Ng Ching Yee 2021 Q3 – Outstanding Area Officer (Merit) : Ryan Cheng Zhi Wen 2021 Q3 – Outstanding National Vice President (Winner) : Vincent Leng Wei Shen 2021 Q3 – Active Member Award : Lim Sing Wei Page 12 | JCI MCE


JCI MCE PAST YEARS ACHIVEMENTS Local Organization Award JCI Malaysia ANC 2017 – Overall Champion 2018 – JCI Malaysia 5 Star LO JCI Malaysia ANC 2018 – Overall Champion 2019 – JCI Malaysia 5 Star LO JCI Malaysia NATCON 2021 – Overall Champion 2020 – JCI Malaysia 5 Star LO JCI Malaysia ANC 2015 – 100% Efficiency 2021 – JCI Malaysia 5 Star LO JCI Malaysia ANC 2016 – 100% Efficiency JCI Malaysia ANC 2017 – 100% Efficiency JCI Malaysia ANC 2018 – 100% Efficiency JCI Malaysia ANC 2019 – 100% Efficiency JCI Malaysia NATCON 2020 – 100% Efficiency JCI Malaysia NATCON 2021 – 100% Efficiency JCI Malaysia ANC 2013 – Top 10 LO JCI Malaysia ANC 2014 – Top 10 LO JCI Malaysia ANC 2016 – Top 10 LO JCI Malaysia ANC 2017 – Top 10 LO JCI Malaysia ANC 2018 – Top 10 LO JCI Malaysia NATCON 2019 – Top 10 LO JCI Malaysia NATCON 2020 – Top 5 LO (51 Members and above) Project / Individual Award Project Award 2018 – Best Local Peace Video Contest – Champion 2018 – Best Peace Is Possible Project 2020 – Most Impactful COVID 19 Warrior Challenge 2021 – Best Landing Page (Gold) 2021 – Best Recruitment Plan (Bronze) Individual Award 2018 Most Outstanding Secretary General – Ryan Cheng 2018 First Timer Award – Mindy Soh 2018 1st Runner up for Dress Contest – Mah 2020 Active New Trainer – Zare Lee 2020 Active New Member – Kevin Chia 2020 Active Member – Ngoh Huay Ling 2021 Talent Show Second Runner Up 2021 First Timer 2nd Runner Up – Albert Tan E-Award 2018 – Most Outstanding President – Terry Tey (National) 2019 – Best Local Community Impact Program – Back to School 5 (National) 2020 – Best Long Term Local Community Development Program (Merit) Back to School 6 (National) 2021 – Best Local Community Impact Program – Back to School 6 (ASPAC) 2021 – Best Local Individual Development Program (Finalist) – Little Boss 2021 – Most Outstanding Local Organization (National) 2021 – Best Inter-Organization Collaboration Project – B40 Food Bank (National) 2021 – Most Outstanding New Member (Merit) – Sky Goh (National)

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ROAD TO 200 ACTIVE MEMBERS

One of the goal of this year is to increase the members of JCI MCE to 200 active members. We currently have 153 members, which is 76.5% of the overall. Kudos to all the members who working hard to recruit potential members to be part of JCI MCE and take the lead to serve the communities. More to come, stay tuned!

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Members

Quantity

Q2

145

Q3

153

Total Growth

8


OUR PRIDE 2022 JCI MCE LEADERS JCI Sen. Ken Lee

2022 JCI Skill development Committee JCI Sen. Vincent Leng

2022 JCI Malaysia National Executive Vice President (NEVP) 2021 National Vice President 2020 JCI MCE President

JCI Sen. Zare Lee

2022 JCI Malaysia Business Supercharge Program Organising Chairman 2020 JCI Malaysia Area Skill Development Director 2019 JCI MCE President

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(Asia & The Pacific) 2021 JCI Corporate Partnership Committee (Asia & The Pacific) 2021 National Immediate Past President 2020 National President 2019 National Executive Vice President 2018 National Treasurer 2016 National Vice President 2014 JCI MCE President JCI Sen. Terry Tey

2021/2022 JCI Asia Pacific Development Council (APDC) councilor 2020/2021 JCI Area Pacific Development Officer 2019 National International Affairs Commission Chairman(NIACC) 2018 JCI MCE President


BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2022 Tommi Ong

Executive Vice President

Isaac Foh Vice President Of

Luke Tay

Vice President Of International

Community

Sharon Chen

Vice President Of Business & Development

Sky Goh

Vice President Of LOM

Nina Wong

Vice President Of Individual

Mike Lee

Amber Yeo

Hornary Treasurer

Local Secretary

Gregory Ng General Legal Council (GLC)

Valarie Ngoh President

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Vincent Ng

Immediate Past President


COMMISSION DIRECTORS

2022

COMMISSION DIRECTORS Business & Development Division

Individual Division

- Entrepreneurship Development (Shihao)

- Personal Development (Jeffry Wong)

- Economic Affairs (Kay Wan) - Intra-Members Business Development (Wendy Gan) Community Division - Community Development (Jason Teoh) - Children & Youth Development (Kevin Chia) - Charity Fund (Mevly Foo) International Division - International Affairs (Teng Wan) - JCI National & Area Affairs (Ben Chua) - Inter-Organisation Affairs (Bernard Lim)

- JCI Official Training (Jadis Chong) - Leadership Development (Sin Yee) LOM Division - Members Growth (Alkend Soh) - GMM Management (Teng) - Membership Relation (Kelvin Tan) - LO Management (Shye Ying) Officers - Secretariat Management (Aden Chang) - Publication (Woan Yi) - JCI Malaysia Affairs (Francis Tham) - Youth Task Force (Ryan Cheng) - E-Award Task Force (Joyce Pang)

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- Recruitment & Retention Task Force (Albert Tan)


COMMISSION DIRECTORS

2022

Sharon Chen VP Business & Development

Gan Shihao Wendy Gan Entrepreneurshi Intra-Members Development Business Development

Kay Wan Economic Affairs

Luke Tay VP International

Bernard Lim Inter-Organisation Affairs

Ben Chua JCI National & Area Affairs

Wee Teng Wan International Affairs

Isaac Foh VP Community

Jason Teoh Community Development

Mevly Foo Charity Fund

Kevin Chia Children & Youth Development

Nina Wong VP Individual

Sky Goh VP LOM

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Jadis Chong JCI Official Training

Teng GMM Management

Kelvin Tan Membership Relation

Jeffry Wong Personal Development

Shye Ying LO Management

Sin Yee Leadership Development

Alkend Koh Members Growth


Q3 UPDATE WE CONNECT - WE LEAD Summary

2

5

1

8

1

2

5

1

8

1

National

events

JCI MCE

Q3 New

Business

Projects

associate

Flagship

Declared

Connect

with JCI RISE

Project

Members

Program

7

4

1

8

6

GOVERNMENT COLLAB

7 Newspapers Articles Exposure

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4

1

2

6

LED

Government

Monthly

weekly

Exposure

Collaboration

Bod

JCI MCE

Meetings

Bonding


JOURNEY OF JCIM CYEA NATIONAL PROJECT JCIM CYEA official Launching Press Conference Date: 16th March 2022

Venue: Hatten Hotel, Malacca Area Convention JCIM CYEA Publicity

Date: April'22 - June'22 Venue: Respective event

JCIM CYEA Publicity via LOs' IAB

Date: Jan'22 - Ongoing Venue: Respective event JCIM CYEA Virtual Publicity Date: April'22 - June'22

Venue: Facebook Live

JCIM CYEA x OE Edutech Date: 13th April 2022

x

Venue: KLCC

JCIM CYEA Press Conference

Date: 25th April 2022 Venue: Vivatel Kuala Lumpur

JCIM CYEA x MyStartr Date: 10th May 2022

x

Venue: SDCC Conference Hall, Shah Alam

JCIM CYEA Top 30 Semi-Finalist Press Conference& Interview Date: 20th August 2022

Venue: Le Quadri Hotel, KL

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x


JOURNEY OF JCIM CYEA NATIONAL PROJECT

TOP 30 SEMI- FINALIST

JCI CYEA Top 30 Semi-Finalist Press Conference & Interview Organising Chairperson: Gregory Ng

Event Date: 20th August 2022

It's JCI MCE privilege to host 2022 JCI Creative Young Entrepreneur Award (CYEA) this year, with our current local general legal council, Gregory Ng as the organising chairperson. Top 30 Finalist was held on 20th August 2022 at Le Quadri Hotel. Congratulations to all Top 30 Semi-Finalists and all the best for contesting the Top 10 & Top 3 winners! Meanwhile, JCI MCE would like to give thanks to all our sponsors and partners for making this event successful. CYEA Top 10 & Top 3 announcement night and ceremony will be held on 1st October 2022, at Hatten Hotel Malacca. Join us, and see all of you there! About JCI CYEA JCI CYEA is an individual award designed to recognise, to honour and to acknowledge Malaysian entrepreneurs between 18 - 40 years for their entrepreneurial creativity and business leadership. This award is opened to all Malaysians between the qualified age group, has an entity registered with the SSM and not a bankrupt during the year of application.

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JCIM CYEA: NATIONAL PROJECT JCI CYEA Top 30 Semi-Finalist

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LEADERS RUN NATIONAL PROJECT

Organising Chairperson: JCI Malaysia

Event Date: 4th September 2022

Regular physical activity such as running can significantly improve mental health, self-confidence, healthy ageing, and quality of life. JCIM called out all the leaders to participated in 2022 Leaders Run, which conducted both physically (at MAEPS Serdang) and virtually. It was indeed a super duper joyful day as it does not only improves health, loose weights and boost confidence, it also strengthen the bonding between different local organisations. Well done to OC Bruce Ban Jia Zhi and his dedicated committee team. Thanks for the hard works and arrangements! Leaders, take the lead! Together we towards excellence!

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JCI MCE MGBM COLLABORATION

x

On the 29th July 2022, at Hotel Mudzaffar Ayer Keroh, JCI MCE President Valarie Ngoh and members attended the Persidangan Majlis Perundingan Belia Negara (MPBN) Peringkat Negeri Melaka Sidang II Penggal Ke-33 Tahun 2021-2022. The representative from Melaka Youth Coalition Council (MGBM) debated 8 proposal to the related government department and wish they give more focus in the issues and enhanced the benefit of the youth in Melaka. We felt glad and blessed that the state government agency gave the commitment and support for finding the best solution after proposed by the representative from MGBM to strengthen the youth development in Melaka. We would like to thank MGBM for inviting us as observer in this remarkable and meaningful event.

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TAKE THE LEAD SERVE TO LEAD

Monthly BOD Meetings

JULY'22 BOD MEETING

Board of Directors from JCI MCE gather monthly for board meeting to review, update, discuss and plan the current tasks, make sure it is align with the goal and mission that being set. AUGUST'22 BOD MEETING

Regular Spring Cleaning Appearance of our Secretariat reflects our organisations and it's management, and maintain it clean is able to leave a pretty good impression to everyone, including visitors. Thus, cleanliness of our Secretariat is our responsibility. Regular Secretariat spring cleaning has taken place to make sure it is tidy and cozy place to stay in.

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MEMBERS EXPANSION WELCOME Q3 NEW MEMBERS

Jack Lim

Apple Tan

Cecilia Goo

Kevin Chai

Lucas Lee

Danny Lim

Venise Mau

Joey Ang

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BUSINESS & DEVELOPMENT DIVISION

Organising Chairperson: Sky Goh

Event Date: 01 September 2022

When you’re deep in the weeds of starting a business or conducting an event, it can be easy to think about quitting, but learning about other’s success can help lift your spirits. Here comes a Business Connect Program •

前会长分享会之谈天说道 session between presidents and members. We had

our dedicated and lovely past presidents JCI Sen. Danny Piong & JCI Sen. Gan Ming Han to be with us on that night, together with dinner treat by them. JCI experience and leadership skills were shared between each other and everyone enjoyed themselves on the day itself.

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BUSINESS & DEVELOPMENT DIVISION

BUSINESS CONNECT PROGRAM


Date: 29th July 2022

COMMUNITY DIVISION

“Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.” ― Albert Einstein Special thanks to our alumni chairman, Dato Ong (Fok Boon Kitchenware Supplies) for his generosity and kindness in donating and helping out in the education field and community. This annual newspaper reading program aims to develop the reading habit of each student, and promote an enriching environment by increasing knowledge of every student, strengthen vocabulary, promote social consciousness, keep abreast of latest current affairs to expand personal vision.

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COMMUNITY DIVISION

NEWSPAPER READING PROGRAM


Where we live and work has an effect on our lives, and this is even

COMMUNITY DIVISION

more important to help give our children the best start in life. school

renovation

project

A or

upgrade an existing building will not only enhance school facilities but

also

students

academic

performance and well beings. A visitation was taken place to SJC(C) Bukit Beruang. A detailed discussion on how to renovate the school

was

conducted

with

person in charge to provide a cozy place for the students to study in.

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COMMUNITY DIVISION

SJK(C) BUKIT BERUANG VISITATION


Organising Chairperson: Fiona

Event Date: 11 September 2022

COMMUNITY DIVISION

It's the day of the year again, World Clean Up Day. The world aims at combating the global solid waste problem, including the problem of marine debris, waste from streets and offices etc. It was an annual project for JCI MCE and this time we united members and volunteers as active citizens to create a peaceful and sustainable world to live in with nature. We've successfully collected recycled items, including old newspapers. plastic bottles, waste glass, electronic products, aluminium cans, magazines and cardboard. Well done and thank you to those who participate in this meaningful event.

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COMMUNITY DIVISION

WORLD CLEAN UP DAY


INTERNATIONAL

DIVISION

Organisation: JCI Area Centra South

Date: 7th August 2022

Success is not accident, it is hard work. The peserverence, hard work, sacrifice and learning lead the members to success. Heartiest appreciation and congratulations to members on their contribution towards JCI and Malacca community as an active citizen or leader! All of the efforts are well remarked and appreciated by JCI Malaysia. JCI Malaysia Area Central South Quarter 2 winner list of JCI MCE

Outstanding publication JCI MCE

Top Recruiter Manson Khoo

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Most Inspiring Local President Valarie Ngoh

Active New JCI Trainer Kay Wan

Active Member Wong Nina

Active New Member Kay Wan

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AREA CENTRAL SOUTH Q2 AWARD CEREMONY


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JOINT ALLIANCE POKER TONOURMENT

Organisation: Joint Alliances

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Poker, in one form or another, has been

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Date: 3rd July 2022

on the opponents and handle conflict

loved by individuals from all walks of life. It is not just a skill-based game, but has many

benefits

as

well,

including

emotional stability in changing situations, how to play courteously without raging properly. A joint alliances poker tonourment was conducted betwen JCI Jayakarta, JCI Tsuen Wan and our organisation. It did not only allow us to improve our analytic skills,

but

it

also

strengthen

the

connection and bonding between the three alliances.

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INTERNATIONAL

Good friends are good for your health. It boosts your happiness and reduce your stress when we're around with them. It's a pleasure to welcome JCI Vietnam to Malaysia, and here with us in Malacca. Through this visitation, we stayed connected by learning, exploring and sharing our culture with each other. It further strengthen and nurture the friendship between both chapters.

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JCI VIETNAM VISITATION TO MALACCA


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Organising Chairperson: Joy Min

Event Date: 9th July 2022

Having SOPs in an event helps to streamline each operation and make sure there are coherent, easy-to-follow, instructions for regularly conducted tasks and events, as well as any potential problems that could arise, and solutions for those problems. JCI MCE Event SOP workshop was conducted with a success. Each members who attended got to understand even clearly how an event can be run smoothly while following the SOPs that being set. It enables to increase the productivity and efficiency when planning an event, as well as save up time.

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JCI MCE EVENT SOP WORKSHOP


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Organising Chairperson: Kenneth

Event Date: 30th July 2022

Entering and subsequently winning awards makes an individual shine and sets it apart from the crowd. It is a great way of gaining recognition, which can further motivate members to do better. An E-award workshop had successfully organised, with JCI. Sen MK Yuen to be the head trainer. He shared his insight, and allowed us to explore what the basics, importance and criteria of E-Awards submission, including techniques in preparing a submissions that stand out from others. It allowed us to create more impact through our projects and achieve our 2022 goals. These awards serve as an opportunity for JCI MCE members and our organisation to highlight achievements, celebrate accomplisements and honour members.

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E-AWARD WORKSHOP


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Organising Chairperson: Jia Qi

Event Date: 15th Aug 2022

Curious about what is JCI? And how it can shape your life or aid you in your career? And yes , JCI MCE co-hosted with JCI Muar to conduct a JCIM Inspire session, with JCI Sen. Viviane Tong as the head trainer, JCI Sen. Zare Lee as the assistant trainer, and Koh Lock Chin as our leading trainer. It was indeed a super duper inspiring, interactive and fruitful course conducted by our very experienced leaders. They shared their insights throughout their journey in JCI and how JCI developed them into a leader. Support and participation from JCI Muar and JCI Sunway Damansara was appreciated. It was truly a splendid day together with everyone.

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JCIM INSPIRE


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Organising Chairperson: Manson Khoo

Event Date: 1st July 2022

An award is a motivation and it can boosts individual's 'reputation, setting them apart from the crowd. It can also gives people a morale boost by highlighting their achievements. A

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JCI MCE's annual Mid-Year Award event - " " was conducted at Ming Hao restaurant, Malacca, with a dedicated and joyful team lead by OC Manson. All JCI MCE members who put in their effort to serve the community during 1st half of the year was being recognised on that night. A very creative opening dance performance was taken place by the team members itself. Presidents from different local organisations was here to support too. The event was a great success. Congratulations to OC Manson and team for making it an unforgettable night, and Congratulations to all the winners.

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JCI MCE MID-YEAR AWARD


Organising Chairperson: Alkend Soh

Event Date: 6th September 2022

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It's the time to gather again with the beloved JCI MCE members. A bowling night, together with our general monthly meeting was held at MITC Bowling Centre, Malacca. Through this session, new members being recognised and get to connect with old members via bowling session. Besides that, every member was up to date with all the latest information and notice shared by the respective vice presidents of JCI MCE. This session had successfully build and strengthen the relationship among JCI MCE new and old members, as well as energized up their passion to be an active citizens to serve the community in the future.

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BOWLING +GMM


Event Date: Weekly There’s something about grooving to the sound of music that seems to take

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all of our cares away. Maybe it’s the rhythm of our favorite tunes or the heart-pumping workout that gets us up and off the couch. Or perhaps it’s the challenge of mastering the more complicated moves that brings us so much joy. JCI MCE has organised weekly dance battle workshop to boost cognitive performance and social well-being via moving our body to the sound of music can transform our life. It not only can improve cardiovascular health, it also can strengthen the bonding between each of the members.

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TALENT BATTLE WORKSHOP


WEEKLY BONDING (EAT-SWEAT-GATHER) We connect, we learn, we lead! The fast pace of modern day life can make it easy for us to forget that simply just spending time with each other is really important. Our time is one of the greatest things we can give to each other. Yes! JCI MCE conduct weekly meet up with the beloved members and friends. We treat each other like family. We spent time together, such as meal gathering, play badminton, play golf, weekend jogging etc. It helps to strengthen relationships between each other, improve ourselves both physically and mentally, and build a positive sense of self-worth. We back each other up, we guide each other when invaluable!

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Eat x Gather

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one is lost, and restore hope when it is waning. This type of relationship is just


WEEKLY BONDING (EAT-SWEAT-GATHER)

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Eat x Sweat

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EVENT EXPOSURE NEWSPAPERS & LED SCREEN Newspaper Exposure

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