International students livened up a Sunway event

Sunway University College’s international students were the centre of attention during the launch of Sunway Towers (formerly Wisma Denmark) in Jalan Ampang recently. The well-known building was officially opened by the Datuk Bandar of Kuala Lumpur, Dato’ Ahmad Fuad Ismail and the event was organised by Sunway City Berhad, a Sunway Group company.

8 female students donned their national costumes and played the role of ushers for the event. Their presence underlined Sunway University College as one of the major facilities of the integrated resort city of Sunway under the Sunway Group.

Sabeeha Mohamed Rafiki Ibrahi Sadi, one of the students from Kenya who is pursuing the Bachelor of Accounting & Finance said “It was a very good experience for me as I got to meet people from other countries and it was fascinating to learn about their cultures and costumes. It was also exciting to meet the Chairman of the Sunway Group (and Chancellor of Sunway University College) and to learn that Sunway was venturing their projects into areas out of the Sunway area”.

The students were also joined by staffs of Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall, who were dressed in Malaysian ethnic costumes.