THE SOCIETY’S ANNUAL DINNER, 29 November 2021 at The Caledonian Club. Founded in 1891 by Marquis Tullibardine for Scots and those with Scottish connections in London the Club 's famous members include the late Sean Connery, Sir Alex Ferguson, John Logie Baird who invented television in 1926 and the late HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. It is a bit of Scotland in the beautiful surroundings of Belgravia. Thank you all who attended and supported the charity auction and raffle, for the BMS Children ‘s Book Project and the Mercy Malaysia London student mental health project.
Malaysian High Commission, London
MERCY Malaysia UK

The Queen held a virtual Audience with His Excellency Mr. Zakri Jaafar, High Commissioner for Malaysia.

The British Malaysian Society invites members and friends to The Society's Annual Dinner. Monday 29 November 2021,7pm for 7.45pm, Carriages at 10.45pm at The Caledonian Club, 9 Halkin Street, Belgravia, London SW1X 7DR
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Minister of State for Asia, Amanda Milling MP met with Malaysian High Commissioner H.E. Zakri Jafaar
Malaysian High Commission, London

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss trip to Malaysia

Breakfast briefing by Tunku Zain Al - 'Abidin Muhriz. President of Malaysian British Society and Founding
President of the Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs ( IDEAS) as well as Pro-Chancellor of UCSI University, Regular contributor to The Star Newspaper and board member of many other organisations.
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The British Malaysian Society (BMS) is proud to be working on its Children's Book Project 2021/2022 where we collect second-hand and new children’s books from libraries, publishers, schools, and other donors in the UK and send these for use by schools, nurseries and other educational groups in rural communities in Malaysia, to help children expand and develop their use of English with confidence and enjoyment. By doing so children can widen their career choices and create greater opportunities to follow their chosen paths.

This is a very important project to the BMS and is entirely consistent with our social responsibility framework and practice. The project aims to improve accessibility to education, consistent with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 4 which is to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.”

Our partner in Malaysia, is the Kalsom Movement that has introduced a Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) Programme.

The collection process has already commenced as we look to source English fictional and non-fictional reading books, reference and subject books for children of school age. We would very much appreciate your help with the sourcing and collection of books, or by way of a donation. If you have any books you would like to donate, if you would like to make a financial donation , or if you can help in any way in what we believe is an excellent educational cause that can help many thousands of children over time, please contact Stephanie at

To donate -

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Malaysian High Commission, London
UK in Malaysia - British High Commission Kuala Lumpur
Malaysian Investment Development Authority - MIDA
British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce
Education Malaysia London
The Kalsom Movement
Shafie Mohamed Zabri
Euvian Tan
Nicole Siaw
Steph Zh
Ferhan Fauzy
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