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Tourism conference to be held in May

An international conference on tourism, soon to be held in Malaysia for the first time, is expected to provide a quantum leap for tourism development in the region.


Facts win the day at the Taylor’s Annual Inter-School Debate

IT was only the preliminary round but the skills of the debaters really impressed the judges.


Duo vow to do country proud

Malaysia's Suraiya Abdul Munaff and Aw Yong Wai Nyan have pledged to do the country proud at the International Public Speaking Competition 2005 Thursday.


More to winning with words

THEY came, they saw and they wanted to conquer. But due to stiff competition, the two Malaysian student representatives at the International Public Speaking Competition 2005 in London didn't quite succeed.


Baking and business

Richard Yee, a father of two from Penang, was the sole 'thorn' among the roses who graduated from the inaugural batch of the International Certification in Patisserie offered by Taylors College School of Hospitality and Tourism (TCHT).


College kids charity assignment pays off

THEIR four-month effort finally paid off when they saw the smiles on the children's faces.


Stomping their mark on the community

Eargerness and excitement were written on the faces of about 30 college students as they trooped into Istana Budaya's auditorium.


Trained to cook

The pioneer batch of international cuisine students graduated recently from Taylor's College School of Hospitality and Tourism (TCHT) after eight weeks of intensive training in fine international cuisine.


Top-notch tie-ups

TAYLOR'S College, in partnership with several world-class corporations, is offering full scholarships worth more than RM1mil and an opportunity to intern or train with top global companies.


Franchising the French factor

After 20 successful years, Taylor's College and the University of Toulouse plan to take their partnership to the next level by replicating their winning formula in the rest of Asia, reports SIMRIT KAUR.