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VMCC National Launch

02 December, 2006 | Written by Patchay at 7:21 PM in

The national launch of Visit Malaysia Cyber Campaign was held yesterday (December 1) at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre at 11.00am. Being a Cyber Warrior, I was invited alongside many other Malaysians including students, professionals and corporate leaders.

Cyber Warriors @ Work

Themed "Think Holiday, Think Malaysia!", the launch was officiated by Ministry of Tourism secretary-general YBhg Datuk Dr Victor Wee. Also present were Chief Imagination Officer of Rayma (the initiator of VMCC) Ms Pat Lu, PIKOM chairman Mr Lee Boon Kok and PIKOM PC Fair 2006 organising committee chairman Mr Low Wai Sun.

Visit Malaysia Cyber Campaign 2007


Next year, Malaysia will be celebrating 50 Years of Independence. In conjunction with her Golden Jubilee, all Malaysians are encouraged to do something for their country. One easy way is to invite their friends from all over the world to come visit and celebrate with Malaysia, through the Internet!

The press conference...

But how? Join the Visit Malaysia Cyber Campaign (supported by Tourism Malaysia) now and start sending out email invitations, e-card and e-video invitations and even SMS invitations to your friends overseas. Alternatively, you can place a VMCC badge on your website or blog.

By joining the campaign, you become a Cyber Warrior and you're able to participate in various competitions, in which very attractive prizes are being offered!

This campaign is unique, perhaps it is the first in the world where citizens come together to promote their country via the Internet! ...Malaysia Boleh!

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  1. Anonymous on December 10, 2006 5:25 PM

    Cyber Warrior !!!

  2. Unknown on January 02, 2017 2:56 PM

    Nice post visit here

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