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November 2023

Perak Academy Talk (25th Series)

By |2023-11-01T15:45:26+08:00November 1st, 2023|Categories: Perak Academy Talk|


Coming up this 18th November 2023 is a talk by Dr Suriati bt Ahmad (a Senior Lecturer at UiTM, Seri Iskandar, Perak). The talk is entitled: Reconsidering the World Heritage Potential For Kinta Valley Post-Industrial Mining Landscape, Malaysia.

The talk will begin at 10.30am, at Mamut Room (1 Jalan Lasam, 30350, Ipoh).


To book a seat or for more information, do contact Perak Academy:

contact@perakacademy.com  /  016-4123742

August 2023

Perak Academy Talk: The Universal Relevance Of Gandhi As A Principle Of Life

By |2023-08-15T17:21:46+08:00August 15th, 2023|Categories: Identify Photographs, Perak Academy Talk|

Perak Academy presents: The Universal Relevance Of Gandhi As A Principle Of Life by Prof Gollanapalli Prasad.

This talk will be at Mamut Meeting Room (1st floor, no.1 Jalan Lasam, Greentown, Ipoh), at 7.45pm on Monday 21st August 2023.



For more details, please contact Perak Academy:

016-4123724   or    contact@perakacademy.com


March 2023

Perak Academy Talk – “Perak Royalty & Nobility – Its History, Succession, Etiquette and Decorations”

By |2023-03-01T16:03:58+08:00March 1st, 2023|Categories: Events, history, Perak Academy Talk|

Mark your calendars. Perak Academy will be hosting a talk on The Perak Royalty & Nobility, on 20th March 2023.

The talk will be at 8pm, at Mamut Meeting Room (1 Jalan Lasam, 30350, Ipoh).
Light refreshments will be served at 7pm.

For more information, call Perak Academy at 016-412 3742

or email contact@perakacademy.com


June 2018

Perak Academy Talk

By |2018-06-07T09:59:12+08:00June 7th, 2018|Categories: Ipoh Town, Perak Academy Talk|



GE14 marked an end to half a century of a “one-party state” paradigm, which started with a Malay Tsunami (not a Chinese Tsunami!) in 1969.  Tun Razak’s “one-party state” paradigm came with two heavy drawbacks.   First, UMNO/BN’s unchecked power bred corruption and abuse of power, which culminated in the 1MDB global scandal.   Second, by attempting to eliminate Malay opposition parties, UMNO unwittingly radicalized PAS.


The 2018 Malaysian Tsunami swept away UMNO’s synthesising the state of the party.   But are we seeing a “two-party system” now?   Even if we can have a “two-party system”, will it benefit Malaysia?    Will the elimination of UMNO reduce or worsen communalism in Malaysia?   Should Pakatan Harapan make a conscious effort to choose and nurture its loyal opposition?


Be prepared to have many of your established ideas and conventional wisdom challenged and examined by a speaker who is known for counter-intuitive ideas and unconventional analysis.


Interested? Contact FT Lum for reservation, latest by 11 June 2018

 Tel/Fax:    05-241 3742
Mobile:    016-221 3742
Email: contact@perakacademy.com


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