Science Explorer for Little a chance to know Japanese education

SHAH ALAM, 18 May: The Science Explorer for Little programme is set to spark the interests of students to the world of science, as adapted by the Japanese.

The Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) Corporate Communications Officer, Muhammad Azli Miswan, said that together with the Alumni Look East Policy Society (ALEPS), they will organise the programme on May 30 and 31.


The two-day programme will be held at the Jebat Room, Children’s Creativity and Community Complex (3C Complex) in Subang Jaya.

“We managed to receive help from The Scientific Explorer (Kagaku Tankentai), Japan, to provide the opportunity to the young generation to explore the world of science.

“In addition, MPSJ wants to provide education in the form of values and to encourage community involvement, particularly in the field of science, and not just for profit,” he said in a press statement.

Muhammaz Azli said that the participation is opened to primary school children aged nine to 12 years of age and limited to the first 20 entries with an entry fee of RM12.

“For any entries and payment, please contact the ALEPS representative, Isrami Ismail, at 019-3347647 or e-mail [email protected].

“The programme entry form can also be obtained at the MPSJ website at,” he said.


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