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MoA Signing and EMOJI Drawing

On the 5th of October, our Faculty of Communication and Creative Design (FoCCD) reached another milestone in conjunction with the MoA Signing between SEGi University and BUGZ Studio. This event also commemorated the soft launch of the inaugural “Rays of Hope” Charity Fair at Anggun City, Rawang.

 

ITINERARY for the SIGNING

 

10.30 a.m. Welcome Guest – VIP / Media / Artiste
10.50 a.m. Opening / Welcome remarks by Host
11.00 a.m. Introduction: Rays of Hope / All Sponsors

  • Anggun City@Rawang New Town CEO: Mr. Ng Chin Nguang
  • DID/HOL Founder: Mr. Stevens Chan
  • SEGi University: Prof Azrin E. Ariffin, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs
11.30 a.m. MoA Signing

·       Bugz Studio Founder/ Project Director:  Ms Ivie Ong Hui Siah

·       SEGi University: Prof Azrin E. Ariffin, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs

·       Anggun City@Rawang New Town CEO: Mr. Ng Chin Nguang (witness)

·       SEGi University: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohammad Firdaus Low Abdullah, Dean Faculty of Communication and Creative Design

11.40 am Photo Session – Sunflowers
11.45 am Q&A Session
12.00 noon Visit to DID Room & 10 Emoji
12.30 p.m. Lunch

 

This MoA is a part of CSR programme for SEGi which will be endorsed and recognized by Anggun City. Among the areas of collaboration are:

 

  1. To allow FoCCD Creative Design Students to participate in designing and drawing of Emoji
  2. To allow FoCCD Creative Design Students to design, build and “Do It yourself” furniture from recycled materials
  3. To allow FoCCD Communication Students to design, create and project their 3D art work on a special white board screen

 

The whole collaboration was initiated by Ms. Haw Wai Yee, Head, School of Information Technology (IT). Thank you so much Ms Haw for the great opportunity given to FoCCD.

 

This event also showcased the combined efforts of both FoCCD lecturers and students who took part in the designing and drawing of yellow Emoji balls on the 29th of September 2017.

Well done to everyone who showed support and effort to complete the 48 Emoji balls all in the name of charity!

 

Who doesn’t love emojis?!  😁😊😉😋😘

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