FCCM

Foreign Correspondents Club of Malaysia
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Welcome to the FCCM

The FCCM is a non-profit organisation to aid foreign correspondents working in Malaysia. The club organises regular briefings, debates and receptions with government officials, politicians, leading civil society figures, business leaders, analysts, academics and authors, among other activities. Learn more

The European Journalism Centre (EJC) is offering journalism grants for innovations in development reporting.

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The Foreign Correspondents Club of Malaysia hosted a debate between rising stars Senator Gan Ping Sieu, MCA vice president, and Rafizi Ramli, PKR strategic director, on "The Future of My Party" foc

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FCCM, rights group Undi Malaysia and electoral reform activist Ambiga Sreenevasan jointly launched NUS Professor Andrew Harding's new book, “The Constitution of Malaysia: A Contextual Analysis”.

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Please note that some members' FCCM annual membership expired last December.

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Malaysian artist Xiong and his band played Brazilian bossa nova music, a lyrical fusion of samba and jazz.

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Journalists, diplomats, corporates and other FCCM members and non-members met to catch up before the end of the year -- over canapes and stuffed turkey -- at FCCM's special Year End Party.

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We are happy to announce that FCCM has participated in the founding of the Asia-Pacific Association of Press Clubs (APPC).

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Three Malaysian photo journalists, working for international media, showed their work at a photo exhibition with the FCCM.

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The FCCM hosted the screening of "Death in Dilemma: The Final Curtain", a documentary by Seira Sacha Abu Bakar and Sherrie Razak Dali.

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Malaysia's opposition leader, Anwar Ibrahim, shared his insights on some of Pakatan Rakyat's strengths and weaknesses in the coming general election.

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