Junior Chamber International Malaysia (JCIM) and Junior Chamber International (JCI) Kulim are pleased to announce the 30 finalists for the JCI Ten Outstanding Young Malaysians Awards (TOYM) 2022.
The shortlist of 30 finalists for the JCI TOYM Awards 2022, hosted by Junior Chamber International (JCI) Kulim, has been announced after two months of diligent work from the panel judges to finish the evaluation that strictly complied with JCI Standard.
On Aug 26, JCI TOYM Awards 30 Finalists Press Conference was held at Cycle & Carriage Alor Setar, venue sponsored by Cycle & Carriage Alor Setar cum 2022 JCI TOYM Awards Official Automotive Partner.
The judging was done by a distinguished panel of judges consisting of figures of high stature and respect in society. More than 70 chapters across the country had lent a hand to bring the attention of more deserving young Malaysians so as to participate in this programme.
Face-to-face interviews have been scheduled for the 30 JCI TOYM Awards Finalists over the course of three days.
The honourees will be featured during JCI TOYM Awards Ceremony scheduled on 18th September 2022 at Raia Hotel, and a stage will be provided from which they can inspire and motivate young people around the nation.
They will also be presented with a certificate and a trophy whose unique design signifies the values embedded in this prestigious award.
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The honourees of JCI TOYM Awards 2022 will have the opportunity to represent Malaysia to vie for JCI Ten Outstanding Young Persons Of The World (TOYP) together with other honourees from over 100 countries from the world.
Honourees of the JCI TOYP will be awarded at the Oscar-like award ceremony held as the highlight of the Junior Chamber International’s Annual World Congress.
The TOYM Programme originated from JCI Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World (TOYP) Programme, which was developed by Durwood Howes (Jaycees President, USA) in 1930 and adopted by JCI in 1982.
Junior Chamber International Malaysia (JCIM) made the decision to include this Programme in its yearly project after launching it in 1985 to commemorate the International Year of the Youth.
The two main objectives of TOYM is to recognise young Malaysians who have demonstrated exceptional achievement through their profession, making significant contributions to the welfare of the community, thereby inspiring other young Malaysians to strive for even greater heights of achievement in the spirit of selfless service to the community’s continued development.
Guests that were present at the Press Conference were:
Also present at the Press Conference were the Sponsors; Xin Hai Resources Sdn Bhd Managing Director Mr Dax Soh Lian Heng, and First Board Sdn Bhd, who is also Group Managing Director of Masmeyer Holdings Sdn Bhd Dato Choo Beng Kai, and VIPs; TOYM 2003 Honoree Datuk Dr. Cheng Joo An, YB Tan Kok Yew and YB Teh Swee Leong.
A full list of finalists and respective categories follow below.
|Academic Leadership and or Accomplishment||1. Heah Cheng Yong|
2. Foo Keng Yuen
3. Professor IR. TS. Dr. Show Pau-Loke
4. Yeoh Hong Chow, Winston
5. Profesor Madya IR. TS. Dr. Lai Khin Wee
|Business, Economic and or Entrepreneurial Accomplishment||6. Goh Xiao Yen|
7. Tee Fook How
8. Low Bak Chee
9. Shamen, Phang Sher Ren
10. Leong Kia Chun
11. Cheah Wan Teng
|Contribution to Children, World Peace and or Human Rights||12. Tiew Lee Sin|
|Cultural Achievement||13. Jessica Loo Suat Wey|
14. Lim Kien Wei
15. Ng Kun Kuen
16. Kent Ng Kun Kwan
17. Lee Angel, STM
|Medical Innovation||18. Ker Chin Keong |
19. Dr. JS. Khaw Juan Shong
|Personal Improvement and or Accomplishment||20. Cheong Jun Hoong|
21. Dr. Hor Chee Peng
22. Marcus Low Tian Siong
23. Dr. Elaine Lim Ee Lian
24. Chew Tan Yin
25. Tan Kok Yong, Garrick
26. Teh Gaik Cheong
27. Ng Chuen Leong
|Scientific and or Technological Development||28. Dr. Kuan Chee Hao|
29. TS. Dr. Nahrul Hayawin Zainal
30. TS. Dr. Ong Chong Yong
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