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Tan Sri Francis Yeoh's Talks & Thoughts
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  29 June 2015
2:26:35 PM
Sentul moves up
- The Edge Malaysia

A mere 13 years ago, YTL Land & Development Bhd (YTL Land) kickstarted a multi-billion ringgit urban renewal project in Kuala Lumpur’s Sentul district, with its historic pre-war shophouses, temples, churches, public housing and the old Malayan Railway train depot.

YTL Land demarcated the 294-acre Sentul into two parts – Sentul East (108 acres, mainly commercial) and Sentul West (186 acres, mainly residential). Besides a number of upmarket high-rise, high-end condominiums and office buildings, the ongoing urban renewal project is also home to the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPac) that is located in Malaysia’s first gated park.... ›› more

 
  26 June 2015
10:32:06 AM
Malaysian billionare Francis Yeoh gives struggling Rome opera $1.5 million
- The Straits Times

Malaysian tycoon and performing arts lover Tan Sri Francis Yeoh has given Rome's struggling opera house €1 million (S$1.5 million), the opera said Thursday. Yeoh, chief of the huge YTL conglomerate, was quoted by the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma as saying he hoped the gift would help the institution "distinguish itself on an international level as one of the most prestigious and excellent artistic centres in the world".... ›› more

 
  24 June 2015
3:55:41 PM
Bend it like rebel yogi Tara Stiles
- Malay Mail

As she curved her body backwards, her face full of concentration, the first light of the morning sun illuminated a shadow of her fit and slender physique. The chatter of monkeys and chirping of birds, which echoed in the lush greenery of the upscale Pangkor Laut Resort, did little to disrupt her yoga class, held on the resort's helipad.

Stiles was at Pangkor Laut Resort, which is located on an island near Pulau Pangkor, recently as part of a Wellness Week 2015 programme, organised by Reebok Malaysia, and Men's Health and Women's Health magazines.... ›› more

   
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17 June 2015
5:53:09 PM

Facing economic trials ahead - NST

WHEN I started working in the early 1980s, developed economies were responsible for 75 per cent of world economic growth. Today, as I approach retirement age, they contribute less than half. ... ›› more

 
 

17 June 2015
5:43:02 PM

Defining and redefining ‘Malay’ - NST

WHO or what is a Malay? Every now and then, and especially now when Arabisation is creeping in, the answer to that question could vary and provocatively stir up debate. Just like last week, when it was said at a forum in Petaling Jaya, which discussed Melayu dan makna-maknanya (Malay and its meanings), that there was a worrying tendency to dump a person out of the “club” for thoughts deemed too liberal and even for political reasons. ... ›› more

 
 

18 June 2015
10:24:38 AM

The Magna Carta, 800 years on - Japan Times

Magna Carta was not the first charter to be granted by an English king. A century earlier, Henry I, by issuing a Coronation Charter, had indicated that he would be more respectful of the nobles’ privileges than was his predecessor. But Henry’s successors soon returned to the arbitrary ways of kings in those times.

Magna Carta, too, looked like it might be short-lived. It was soon annulled by Pope Innocent III, who had formed an alliance with the king. But John died the following year, and the nobles backing his successor, the nine-year-old Henry III, needed support against a rival claimant to the throne. To gain that support, Henry’s government reissued its own version of Magna Carta, which remains part of the laws of England.... ›› more

   
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  Tan Sri Francis Yeoh - Credit Suisse Global Megatrends Conference, Singapore

Tan Sri Francis Yeoh's concluding keynote at the Credit Suisse Global Megatrends Conference held at W Sentosa, Singapore on 21 April 2015.

 

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