Monday, November 22, 2010
On the committee level, Tan Sri Abdul Rahman and wife together with their domestic helper attended while the cruise co-ordinator, Kang and wife graced the event.
A Malacca-based Malacca High School former pupil, Mr. Ong together with his wife and son, supported the event. They met Mr. Kang and wife at the Aldy Hotel Bistro at about 7.00pm
Despite the lack of participants, our small group boarded the cruise boats at about 8.30pm with other visitors from various parts of Malaysia. Being the year end school holidays, the cruise was well patronised.
The night cruise began up the Melaka river by passing through the Stadthuys area, Riverside, Chan Koon Cheng bridge and Kampung Pantai. It continued onto Kampung Jawa, old central market and the newly constructed Hang Tuah bridge near to the former Cathay cinema.
After passing Hang Tuah bridge, it goes up river into Kampung Morten, Majestic Hotel and reached Taman Rempah before turning back to the river mouth.
Overall, it was a pleasant journey and the full moon lit up the night sky. The lights and murals including the water fountain at Dataran Munshi Abdullah at the end of Jalan Pasar Baru were some highlights of the Melaka River Night Cruise.
It was a pity that more members and their families were not keen to take part in this outing.
The lack of response from members in confirming their attendances was the primary reason for canceling this T-talk.
We want to receive feedback from members on what topics they are interested to attend before we organise future talks. Some time and effort was done by the organiser(s) and as members, we should be responsive and take part in any of these scheduled talks and events.
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
BEGINNING A SERIES OF TALKS BY PROFESSIONALS
“THE LATEST IN MALAYSIAN TAX”
POSTPONED TO 27th. November 2010 DUE TO BUDGET 2011 PRESENTATION ONLY ON 15TH. OCTOBER 2010
YONG POH CHYE
B.Econ (Hons), M.Econ (Mal), FTII, MACS
Poh Chye, an alumnus of MHS, heads the TAMS (Tax Advisory and Management Services Sdn Bhd) and its group of companies. He has been the executive director of TAMS since its incorporation in 1983. Prior to this, he served in the Inland Revenue Department for 11 years and his last post was Senior Assistant Director in the International Tax Division.
Poh Chye is also an adjunct professor of Universiti Putra Malaysia. He is a member of the International Fiscal Association (IFA) and also a member of Company Practice Group of MAICSA. Possessing 30 years of experience in Malaysia taxation, he is a practising Tax Consultant and is still actively conducting seminars on taxation and investments in Malaysia.
DATE: SATURDAY, 27th. November 2010
TIME: 10.00 AM TO 12.00 NOON
(Coffee will be served at 9.30 am)
PLACE: No. 30,Jalan SS22/21,Damansara Jaya, Petaling Jaya
Maximum number of people to attend this talk is limited to 30 persons. So, reservation is on First Come, First Serve basis. Book your reservations by sending your reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
DRESS CODE: Smart Casual/Office Attire
DONATION: RM25 PER PERSON ONLY.
RSVP: 15th. November 2010
RSVP and Reservation : Call TW Kang : 012-3118959 OR Fax : 03-42946368
email : email@example.com
Monday, August 2, 2010
Close call for students as old school’s library roof caves in
By MARTIN CARVALHOmalacca@thestar.com.my
MALACCA: It was a close call for some students of the 184-year-old Malacca High School when the roof of its library came crashing down.
Although no injuries were reported during the incident early yesterday morning as the usually packed library is closed on weekends, there were students and teachers busy celebrating Canteen Day and attending the school’s Parents and Teachers Association meeting at the country’s second oldest school.
The incident is believed to have happened sometime between Friday night and before dawn yesterday and the damage was discovered at 8am by a general worker.
State education, science and technology committee chairman Datuk Yaakub Md Amin said the affected section of the building would be closed temporarily to allow the state public works department to assess the extent of damage and repair costs.
Ruptured: The damaged section of the library roof at Malacca High School.
“We will seal off not only the library but also the teachers and staff rooms located within the same building.
“There is a danger the entire roof may collapse as the timber rafters are affected by wood rot due to termite infestation and moisture following the recent wet spell,” he said.
He added that signs of wood rot were spotted a day earlier by the school authorities who immediately alerted state education officials.
The school is more than 180 years old but the single-storey structure where the library is housed was constructed in the 1940s.
The last major renovation done to this section of the building was carried out in 1971, he said.
He said repairs would cost about RM100,000 and would be carried out during the school break in September to allow the library to be opened for the new session next year.
Meanwhile, state MCA chairman Datuk Gan Tian Loo, who was invited to open the school’s PTA meeting, said it was fortunate that no injuries were reported in the incident.
Gan, who is also state public works committee chairman, said he would instruct state public works department to carry out safety inspections of old buildings at several schools in the city.
Sunday, August 1, 2010
MAHSOPA CONTRIBUTION TO THE BUILDING FUND OF MALACCA HIGH SCHOOL ASSEMBLY HALL IN 1978/79
The Malacca High School Assembly Hall
By Architect, Mr. Lee Min Yang
The contract price of the building of the Hall is MYR 569,500.00. The Association has raised RM 143,565.00 in 1978 and 1979.
The Hall consists basically of three sections – the lobby, Assembly area and the stage. The lobby area consists of ground and first floor and an upper projector room.
The stage is raised with changing rooms on the upper floor on both sides of thestage The whole Hall is raised by two feet to avoid the flood level. The Hall will have six badminton courts. The seating capacity of the Hall is slightly over 900 pupils and standing space up to 2,000 pupils.
Total built up area of the Hall is 16,674 sq. ft. The Hall itself is 7,600 sq ft. The stage is 2,520 sq. ft.
LIST OF DONORS RECEIVED BY MAHSOPA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE IN 1978/79 FOR THE MALACCA HIGH SCHOOL ASSEMBLY HALL FUND
1. Sri Hartamas Development Sdn. Bhd.,
2. Mr.Lim Chong and Mr. Lim Bok Yeng of Syarikat Trimal Sdn. Bhd.
3. Yayasan Sabah 25,000.00
4. Sime Darby Holdings Limited 20,000.00
6. Kuok Foundation 5,000.00
7. YBM Datuk Syed Kechik Bin Syed Mohamed 3,000.00
8. Malaysia Sugar Manufacturing Co Bhd. 2,500.00
9. Federal Flour Mills Berhad 2,500.00
10.YB Tan Sri Abdullah Salleh 1,000.00
12.Genting Highlands Hotel Berhad 1,000.00
13.Encik Lee Min Yang 555.00
14. YB Tan Sri Mohamed Hassan Bin Abdul Wahab 500.00
15. Encik Rastam Hadi 400.00
16. Encik Low Kim Bock 300.00
17. Lt. Col. Goh Soot Hin 210.00
18. Encik Mohamed Bin Abdul Ghani 200.00
19.Syarikat Jaya Construction Trading, Malacca. 200.00
20. Syarikat Jaya Construction, Malacca. 200.00
MAHSOPA EXPRESSES OUR GRATITUDE AND THANKS TO ALL THE DONORS ABOVE FOR THEIR CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS
Thursday, June 17, 2010
I am the Secretary in the Organizing Committee and your brother, Guan Teck, who is the Treasurer suggests I try contact you to see whether you would have contact details of our MHS Class of 1960 school mates.
I am sure there quite a number of our batch of class mates who are members of your association.
If there are I hope you would be kind enough to let me have them, as the organizing committee is still trying to get as big a number as possible to come for the reunion in November 2010.
Jee Kim Joon
0123554656 / 063364233
Saturday, May 15, 2010
Friday, April 30, 2010
MAHSOPA donated a sum of RM 40,000.00 to the Malacca High School Cadet Band on 1st. March 2010 at Malacca High School. The cheque handover ceremony was held at the Malacca High School Hall.
On 1st. February 2010, MAHSOPA organised a Flower Farm Visit in Semenyih, Selangor. The Flower Farm is the largest lowland flower farm in South East Asia and it is owned by Dato' Halim, a former pupil of Malacca High.
Through his good offices, members of MAHSOPA and their family members visited the farm and were entertained to a sumptuous Kajang Satay lunch in the farm. Besides the lunch and farm briefing, our members left home with pots of flowers given to us with compliments of Dato' Halim.
View our farm visit photos
Welcome to our MAHSOPA Website Portal.
MAHSOPA was founded in 1976 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia by a group of former Malacca High School students who resided in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.
In order to re-connect with other former students of Malacca High School in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur and in the State of Selangor, MAHSOPA in short or Malacca High School Old Pupils Association in the Federal Territory/Selangor, was established.
Over the years, MAHSOPA has organised events to bring together former pupils to meet up and relive their days in Malacca High School.
Besides organising Annual Dinners, Book launches, Get-togethers and outings, MAHSOPA raised funds for our Alma Mater, contributed money for poor students in need of food vouchers and provided scholarships to deserving Malacca High students.