TN50 – journey to the top 20 begins today


KUALA LUMPUR: The first step to a new vision begins today – with a town hall meeting involving 500 young Malaysians who will outline their view of Malaysia’s roadmap for the next 33 years.

At the event in Universiti Malaya, the young Malaysians from a cross section of society will express what they want the country to look like in the year 2050, three decades after the end of the Vision 2020 policy.

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