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Unboxing shopping and lifestyle experience with Sunway Big Box

Sunway Big Box (SBB), located at the new township of Sunway Iskandar, Johor is Sunway’s second retail development.

Surviving the Haze Season

Hazy skies are back again and it’s important to be mindful of your daily activities especially when you’re out and about.. It can be a serious threat to our health, especially to those who suffer from respiratory problems or have a weak body.

Malaysians Who Did Malaysia Proud

In conjunction with Malaysia Day 2019, we spotlighted several inspiring Malaysians who have made Malaysia proud of their achievements. Malaysia Boleh!

“Think big but stay practical”

Evan Cheah, Executive Vice President of President’s Office at Sunway Berhad and a proud charterholder of CFA was recently part of an interview with CFA Society Malaysia.

Sunway PopBox partners with Lazada eLogistics to solve online shopping dilemma

Sunway PopBox is Lazada’s first smart parcel locker collection point service provider in Malaysia.

6 good reasons to join a run!

Let’s face it – other than our love for food, we Malaysians love strapping on our shoes and flock to running events both for fun and the health benefits.

Infantino Fernandes

Standing at the heart of Sunway Medical Centre’s lobby is a magnificent copper and brass statue of a mother embracing her child.. At four metres tall and weighing more than 700kg, the sculpture is made out of mild steel with copper finishes. It went through four months of careful moulding by its creator..

Partnership for Future Sustainable Cities through Research Institute

The Future Cities Institute is a joint venture, built on existing strengths and research collaboration between Sunway University and Lancaster University

Vision on Education Transformation

Talks of an education reform in Malaysia begun in October 2011, which is when the Ministry of Education launched a comprehensive reassessment of the state of education in our country.

Teaching for a Good Cause

In Malaysia, more than two-thirds of students in the majority of under-performing schools come from challenging socioeconomic backgrounds.