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The Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) STI Competition 2016

 |  January 16, 2016  | Posted in Upcoming Events |  Post a comment  |  

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ACCCIM will be organizing the ACCCIM STI Competition 2016 for the high schools. The Competition is aimed at inculcating the spirit of innovation and creativity among school students. It is open to all students of Chinese Independent High Schools and SMJK Schools in Malaysia.

The competition entries must be based on Science, Engineering and Technology.  The entry can be submitted by an individual student or a team of not more than three (3) students.

The entry shall be from one of the following nine (9) categories: i.e Life Sciences (Biology, Botany, Food Science, etc), Physical Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy, etc), Medical and Health Sciences, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Computer Science and Information Technology, Mathematical Sciences, Behavioral & Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Sciences.

The ACCCIM STI Competition 2016 is now open for registration. The participant shall fill up the project registration form, together with a project proposal and a brief write-up and submit to The Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) on or before 5:30pm, 31-01-2016. Upon successful registration of participation, the participants and school will be informed. The deadline for the submission of project entry will be on 22-04-2016, before 5:30pm. Shortlisted entries will be invited to present and demonstrate their projects before the judges in Kuala Lumpur in May 2016.

The awards of the ACCCIM STI Competition 2016 are: Gold Medal (RM5,000), Silver Medal (RM3,000), Bronze Medal (RM2,000), each together with a trophy and certificate, and 4 merit prizes (RM1,000 each). Winning teams will have the opportunity to be invited to join short term internship in companies or institutions (subject to availability), to taking part in local engineering and science fairs and/or to be nominated for competition at international level.

Rules & Regulations

Entry Form

For further enquiries, kindly contact Ms. Hon Jia Hui of ACCCIM Secretariat via Tel: 03-4260 3090/91, Fax: 03-4260 3080 or Email:

Thank you.



 |  December 30, 2015  | Posted in Press Releases |  Post a comment  |  

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ACCCIM Press Statement on Dispute Over a Handphone Purchase at The Kota Raya Shopping Complex

 |  December 21, 2015  | Posted in Press Releases |  Post a comment  |  

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It was reported that several persons were injured after a brawl broke out arising from a dispute over a handphone purchase at the Kota Raya Shopping Complex. The Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) express deep regret over the incidence and urge all parties concerned to remain calm and act rationally. The police and the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism (KPDNKK) must be allowed to conduct necessary investigations into the incidence, and  make known the results of these investigations to the public as quickly as possible.

ACCCIM is of the view that the rule of law must prevail and no one is allowed to take the law into his own hands and take actions against others arbitrarily. ACCCIM urges the police to take immediate and firm action against anyone who acted against the law in order to prevent unnecessary disturbances from taking place and to ensure racial harmony and peace in the country be preserved.

ACCCIM is also of the view that any dispute between trader and consumer should be addressed in a fair and equitable manner as provided by the laws. Any aggrieved consumer can pursue his claim and lodge a case about any fraud or scam to the Tribunal for Consumer Claims Malaysia (TCCM) formed by the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperative and Consumerism (KPDNKK) for arbitration. Investigations will be conducted by KPDNKK and action will be taken against  irresponsible and unethical trader under The Price Control Anti-Profiteering Act 2011 (PCAP), Trade Descriptions Act 2011, or Consumer Protection Act 1999 (CPA) and/or any other relevant laws. ACCCIM emphasis that integrity is vital business ethics in establishing a sound and reliable business community.

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