Johor Youth “Make It” at the Lincoln Corner

On August 27, Lincoln Corner Johor organized their first Makerspace program for the public.  The Corner partnered with Malaysian firm MY-Robot Education Center to implement a program focused on introducing robotics and 3D printing to an audience of youth.  More than 150 secondary school students, college students, educators, librarians, and library users participated in the ...
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Lincoln Corner Johor Promotes Education and eLibraryUSA

On July 27, sixty-three high school and university students from Johor Bahru participated in a seminar entitled “U.S. University and Education System” held at Lincoln Corner Johor.   This interactive and fun-filled seminar, led by an EducationUSA adviser from the Malaysian American Commission on Educational Exchange (MACEE), featured several aspects of higher education which students could pursue in the United States.  A ...
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Lincoln Corner Johor Catches U.S. Elections Fever

On January 21, US Embassy Political Officer Alex Hawkes presented a seminar at Lincoln Corner Johor on “U.S. Elections: Road to the White House” to about forty-five students and faculty members from the Sultan Ibrahim Polytechnic and Metro Polytechnic of Johor Bahru. Participants were pleased to learn about the U.S. electoral process, including the role ...
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Johor Youth “Roar” With Excitement at Lincoln Corner Johor’s English Program

On September 21, about 40 secondary school students “roared” with excitement while listening to American singer Katy Perry’s song entitled, “Roar” during an interactive English seminar led by English Language Fellow (ELF) Emily Jones at Lincoln Corner Johor. The seminar entitled “Storytelling in English: Sharing Stories with the World” included writing, speaking and drama exercises. ...
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Celebrating Jazz in Johor Bahru

On May 23, Lincoln Corner Johor organized a Jazz Appreciation Night, a fun-filled evening with a live Jazz concert by U.S. Embassy Officer Mr. Matt Ingeneri in collaboration with Johor Bahru City Council (MBJB) Orchestra.  More than 100 guests from all walks of life were entertained by the two-hour live performance, which was open to the ...
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