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Vice-Dean

University of Science Malaysia

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University of Science Malaysia

Background Information

Employment History

Lecturer

Malaysia Airlines


1Department of Neurosciences, School of Medical Sciences, University Science

Universiti Sains Malaysia


Affiliations

Malaysian Chinese Association

Wanita MCA Deputy Chief and MCA National Deputy Secretary


Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.

Member


SPUG

Member


Education

Universiti Sains Malaysia


doctorate

epidemiology and statistics


Web References(35 Total References)


Int Forum Crisis Management for Infectious Disease, 2007

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Rusli Bin Nordin (Vice-Dean & Prof., University of Science Malaysia, Kota Baru, Malaysia)


www.abc.net.au

Personnel from the Republic of Singapore Air Force scan the seas north-east of Kota Baru, Malaysia.
Photo: Personnel from the Republic of Singapore Air Force scan the seas north-east of Kota Baru, Malaysia, for any signs of the missing plane. (AFP: The Strait Times/Desmond Lim)


Kelantan Hotels - Where to Stay in Kelantan

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Tune Hotels, Kota Bharu is located in the heart of Kota Bharu, next to the state capital popular landmark, KB Mall on Jalan Hamzah.
This hotel would also be ideal for travelers wanting a stopover in Kota Bharu before continuing their journey to Perhentian Island (Pulau Perhentian). Habib Hotel set in the heart of Kota Bharu, is an ideal choice for business and leisure travellers. Leo Mutiara Hotel in Kota Bharu lets you experience a place where opposite cultures coexist and where uncomplicated features create a practical, satisfactory lodging alternative. It all starts with the city-center location. When here, you will be situated near the city Islamic sites and attractions, but at the same time, commercial centers and restaurants are found just minutes from our hotel. Kota Bharu Malaysia Hotels


Kelantan - Everything you Need to Know about Ketantan

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Kota Bharu
Kota Bharu Kota Bharu, Kelantan's capital and Malaysia's very own 'Newcastle', is an Islamic city with a large Malay population. Hence, Kota Bharu has a rich Malay culture evident in the food, language, lifestyle and sights. Kelantan's capital is Kota Bharu, performing all the administrative duties over the state. Kelantan is divided into 10 main districts, which are called Kota Bharu, Pasir Mas, Tumpat, Pasir Puteh, Bachok, Kuala Krai, Machang, Tanah Merah, Jeli and Gua Musang. Kota Bharu Malaysia Hotels


Kota Bharu - Everything you Need to Know about Kota Bharu

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Kota Bharu
Everything you Need to Know about Kota Bharu Kota Bharu Kota Bharu, Kelantan's capital and Malaysia's very own 'Newcastle', is an Islamic city with a large Malay population. Hence, Kota Bharu has a rich Malay culture evident in the food, language, lifestyle and sights. It's also the reason why alcohol is prohibited although there are some Chinese who will sell you beers behind closed doors. Still, life here remains pleasant and peaceful. Old trishaws still ply the streets to pick up tourists, but most of the time, are busy transporting housewives to and from the Central Market. The Central Market is a popular market that practically everyone in Kota Bharu goes to for shopping. Come early morning, traders are busy setting up stalls; some smoke hand-rolled cigarettes while sitting cross-legged on a sheet of fruits and vegetables, others cradle babies in their hands. As the clock ticks, the central market itself becomes alive with the din of haggling. For food, Kota Bharu has a special dish called 'Ulam'. Kota Bharu Malaysia Hotels


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