JMA Publishes a Special Edition Newsletter
The newsletter published monthly by the Japan Malaysia Association has counted 40 since JMA became the public interest corporation on 3 December 2012. To celebrate it, the special edition has been published, which summarized the key activities undertaken by the JMA.
The activities included reforestation that the JMA is working on in Sarawak since 1995, seminars held in cooperation with Kinokuniya Bookstore for universities in Japan to promote exchanges with Malaysian counterparts, and various other events. The association has also been recognized by the Minister of Foreign Affairs in 2013 for promoting mutual understanding between two countries, as well as by the Minister of Environment in the same yer for its contribution to prevent the global warming.