A Week of TusStar Malaysia

Post Time:2020-03-19

Somethings to tell about this week: promoting China-Malaysia technology and economic exchanges, witnessing Tsinghua alumni companies to create Malaysia's 'first', entering local universities to advise university students' entrepreneurial teams, and holding the 1st Malaysia-China Digital Entrepreneur Forum.


International Exchanges

Visit to the Chinese Embassy in Malaysia


TusStar Global Programme - China-Malaysia Youth Exchange in Science & Technology Program




The programme is a platform for the exchange of scientific and technological innovation between the two countries. Malaysian entrepreneurs learned about the experience of Chinese companies and entrepreneurial teams and provided creativity and motivation for their own development.

16 entrepreneurial teams from Malaysia visited Tsinghua University Shenzhen Graduate School, Enlighten Star (Shenzhen), China's leading innovation companies DJI, Huawei, shared insights with Chinese startups, and exchanged with many incubators in Qianhai Dream Workshop with a pitching event at the end.

Between Universities

Into Xiamen University Malaysia



On December 14th, the TusStar Dream Class team visited Xiamen University Malaysia to provide guidance for the university's entrepreneurial teams. The two sides reached an agreement on deepening cooperation in the "Internet + Contest" team guidance and student startups incubation.

Local Events

Malaysia-China Digital  Entrepreneurship Forum



The 1st “Malaysia-China Digital Entrepreneurship Forum” co-sponsored by TusStar (Malaysia) and Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) was successfully held on the same day at the Kuala Lumpur Convention and Exhibition Center.

This event was divided into theme sharing and panel session. More than 150 Chinese and Malaysian entrepreneurs attended the event. The entrepreneurs of the two countries discussed the development prospects of Malaysia's digital economy and the new cooperation models. The forum provides a platform for digital entrepreneurs to exchange ideas and learn from the experience of Internet economy development in both countries to help young entrepreneurs start their own businesses.