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ASIAN Tigers became the Division One champions in the Malaysian Ice Hockey Federation (MIHF) President's Cup league held at the Pyramid Ice in Subang, Selangor recently.
Converse has revamped its classic shoe Chuck Taylor All Star, almost 100 years after it was created.
Lee Sook Kwan almost turned the form book upside down and put the men to shame when she powered into the Open singles final of the Taylors Super League British Pools Championship.
TAYLOR’s University trumps other private universities in Malaysia for the employer reputation indicator in the QS World University Rankings 2020 results, moving up to 195th position among 1,000 global institutions. This is the second consecutive time that Taylor’s is recognised among employers globally.
AS Malaysia moves into a higher skill level workforce, youths need to prepare for a variety of roles in a future that is being transformed by digitisation and automation. While it is difficult to accurately predict available jobs in the future, a good indicator is the current trends to predict skill types graduates need to possess by the time they enter the industry.
Converse has unveiled its latest piece of footwear – a pair of Chuck Taylors with an integrated wah guitar pedal.
CONVERSE, considered to be one of the earliest makers of sneakers, recently launched its Fall 2013 Cons and Chuck Taylors All Star footwear collection that celebrates the skateboarding lifestyle and the spirit of rock ‘n roll at its Mid Valley Megamall retail outlet.
Since its inception in 1969, Taylor’s College has provided a platform for countless Malaysian students to reach their full potential. As a pioneer in pre-university studies in Malaysia, Taylor’s College takes its responsibility in giving students the best head start to their future very seriously.
Drop by Taylor’s Lakeside Campus on August 11 and 12 and check out its Future Movement Open Day, a unique two-day experiential event as well as a wide range of interactive and entrepreneurial sessions.
TODAY, an increasing number of employers, including top ones like Google and Deloitte, are putting