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New Zealand celebrates 60 years of friendship with Malaysia
This year marks the 60th
anniversary of diplomatic relations between New Zealand and Malaysia.
The New Zealand High Commission in Kuala
Lumpur will be celebrating this 60-year milestone with a number of events throughout
the year. Partnering with award-winning Malaysian photographer Jeffry Lim on an
exclusive exhibition showcasing never-before-seen images of New Zealand’s
landscape, and hosting a Discover New Zealand public event filled with cultural
activities and performances are just two of the many highlights in this year’s
calendar of activities.
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise will also
be celebrating the anniversary in its upcoming food and beverage fair Taste New
Zealand, which will bring the best of New Zealand’s food products for
Malaysians to discover and enjoy.
New Zealand High Commissioner to Malaysia, Dr John Subritzky.
“The anniversary provides an opportunity
for both nations to reflect on what we have achieved together and look forward
to a vibrant partnership in the future,” says New Zealand High Commissioner to
Malaysia, Dr John Subritzky.
“New Zealand’s relationship with Malaysia
is one of our oldest in South East Asia. Over the past six decades we have
developed a warm and close relationship, founded on strong ties in education,
trade, security and defence and tourism.”
According to the National Cancer Institute Malaysia, about 5,000 Malaysian women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year, and nearly half of those are under 50-years of age, but it affects men too. It is indeed unbelievable but it is happening now in Malaysia. As a male blogger and influencer, it is my duty to raise awareness to all the male out there. Do take note that there are things you may not know about breast cancer in men: 1 out 1,000 men are diagnosed with breast cancer every year in Malaysia Less than 72% of men recover from the disease as doctor’s visit is made when symptoms are more severe however symptoms of breast cancer in men and women are quite alike. Most male breast cancers are diagnosed when a man discovers a lump on his chest. But unlike women, men tend to delay going to the doctor until they have more severe symptoms, like bleeding from the nipple. At that point, the cancer may have already spread Because men have very little breast tissue, it is
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