IIUM Pagoh Mobility Outreach Program 3.0: China

IIUM Pagoh Mobility Outreach Program 3.0: China

Date : 19 August 2019

Reported by : Mohamad Hazim Bin Selamat

Category : News


By Sarah Azila binti Mazilan

On 16 until 23 June 2019, a group of 12 IIUM students were participating in the Mobility Outreach Program 3.0: China, which was aimed to help Chinese-Muslim community in Beijing area specifically while exploring China’s culture.

The program was fully organized by Kulliyyah of Languages and Management Students’ Society (KLMSS) and it was partly funded and self-sponsored by the participants themselves.

Among the delegates were Mohd Aasim Addli, Muhammad Hanif Naim, Amir Asyraf Zulkiflee, Salahuddin Ahmad Abidin, Nor Athirah Mursyidah Nor Zailan, Ayu Nurain Nabila Anuar, Syazaliyana Zainudin, Aliah Eilina Alias, Izriennawanti Jamri, Nur Izaidah Abdul Halim, Aniz Afrina Mohd Zin and Nadiah Khairi.

These students had been taking Mandarin class for two levels in two consecutive semesters. They were accompanied by their Mandarin lecturer, Muhammad Nazirul Mohd Noor, together with a KLM officer, Siti Aminah binti Abas.

The students in front of  the Legendary Summer Palace

KLM Students with Puan Rozi a Malay lecturer in Beijing Foreign Studies University

The IIUM Quran was delivered by the accompanied lecturer, Muhammad Nazirul Mohd Noor (second from left), together with program manager, Mohd Aasim Addli (on the left), and his assistant, Muhammad Hanif Naim (on the right) to the respective Imam of Niujie Mosque.

Lecturers of Beijing Foreign Studies University with the participants from KLM IIUM Pagoh

The participants at the National Stadium of Beijing where Beijing 2008 Olympic Games was Launched 

The participants wore baju kurung and baju Melayu to climb the Great Wall of China

Two IIUM Quran with Tafseer was donated  to Imam of Qianmen Mosque right after Friday prayer

The Muslim community was happy to receive the visit from students of IIUM Pagoh

The students were at the entrance of Jingshan Park

“We have learnt a lot from the historic places we visited and get used with communicating in Mandarin through this program,” said one of the participants.

It is hoped to see the culture that has been discovered, the moments that have been cherished, and the lesson that has been taught during the program as something beneficial to the participants and people who surround them as a way to create better generation that will lead future Malaysia. More details read here