Eshia & Associates Sdn Bhd, the Malaysia country representative of Educational Testing Service (ETS) for the TOEIC (Test of English for International Communications) Tests, is collaborating with Chun Shin Limited, the TOEIC country representative for Taiwan, in accepting Malaysians to be part of the international volunteers for the Tour de Taiwan bicycle race next year.

With a TOEIC Listening & Reading Test Score in hand, Malaysian students at tertiary institutions are eligible to volunteer. Two students will receive an all-expense paid trip to Taiwan, inclusive of flight ticket, accommodation, meals and pocket money.

The fees for the TOEIC Listening & Reading Test are RM100 for exams taken at a test centre in Kuala Lumpur.

The volunteer application submission ends on Dec 23. Details at http://volunteer.

Youth On Unity (Y.O.U.), the Ministry of Youth and Sports, and Education Ministry are holding Digital Campus 2014, a digital technology and cyber gaming event, today (10am to 8pm)at Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre. Details at

EduNation is conducting a free Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia seminar on Saturday and Sunday at VSQ@PJ City Centre, Jalan Utara, Petaling Jaya. Students can sign up at

The 3rd Private and International School Fair will be held on Oct 12 (noon to 5pm) at Traders Hotel, Georgetown, Penang. Admission is free. For details, call 03-7986 0070 or email

Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) is organising Adventure Race in aid of rural children in Asrama Desa Pukak, Sabah on Oct 12 (7am to 4pm). Register a team of two to four people (above 12 years) for a fun treasure hunt around southern Kuala Lumpur.

A barbecue lunch and cash prizes are in store. To register, log on to
adventurerace.cfm. Details at or call 03-8949-5000.

Do you have an event to announce? Send details to: Bulletin, c/o Education desk, New Straits Times, 31 Jalan Riong, 59100 Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, email or fax 03-2056-7150.

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