CYBERJAYA 2 April - Industri komunikasi dan multimedia negara kini pesat berkembang dengan peningkatan pendapatan hampir 2.8 kali ganda iaitu daripada RM16 bilion pada 2000 kepada RM44 bilion tahun lalu. Pengerusi Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia (SKMM), Al-lshsal Ishak berkata, industri tersebut kini bernilai RM135.7 billion di bursa saham berbanding RM50.7 bilion pada 1999. Sehubungan itu, bagi menyambut ulang tahun ke-20 penggubalan Akta Komunikasi dan Multimedia (AKM) 1998, Malaysia jelasnya, telah bersedia untuk mempamerkan teknologi mudah alih generasi kelima atau 5G yang dijangka mengubah pelbagai aspek kehidupan masyarakat. "Pameran 5G yang akan diadakan pada 18 April ini di Putrajaya bakal memberi peluang kepada segenap lapisan masyarakat untuk melihat dan mengalami secara langsung manfaat teknologi tersebut. "Acara ini akan dihadiri Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad dan terbuka kepada orang awam pada 20 dan 21 April dengan menampilkan komponen yang … [Read more...] about Industri komunikasi dan multimedia berkembang 2.8 kali ganda
Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI — Contemporary artist Lương Huệ Trinh will play electronic music to introduce her compositions to Vietnamese audiences on March 16. Entitled Vệt (Streak), the concert will feature five pieces by Trinh which she composed during for a course at the Hamburg University of Music & Drama in 2018. "The compositions are my thoughts on women in society," said Trinh at a press conference held at the Hà Nội Goethe Institute recently. "The influence of feudalism and Confucianism on women. This is my observation from the outside and from the inside as a woman. "In the past, women and their children did not live for themselves. They were strictly bound by conventions, obligations and responsibilities. Today the influence of Confucianism in family and social relationships is somewhat blurred, especially in the younger generations. However, there are still things that are deeply ingrained in the subconscious of Vietnamese … [Read more...] about Concert features multimedia artist
Multimedia composer and electroacoustic music performer Luong Hue Trinh will host a multimedia concert titled “Vet” (Streaks) at the French cultural center L’Espace in Hanoi on March 16, starting at 8 p.m. Luong Hue Trinh’s multimedia concert “Streaks” will be premiered in Vietnam next month - PHOTO: COURTESY OF THE ORGANIZER “Vet” was premiered in Trinh’s Master final project at Hamburg University of Music & Drama in 2018 and this will be the first time it is performed in Vietnam. Vietnamese culture has been significantly influenced by Confucianism for centuries. Accordingly, the life of a woman is governed by the rule of three subordinations: to her father at home, to her husband after her marriage, and to her son after the husband’s early death. Although the impact of Confucianism on Vietnamese culture has been blurred, especially among the younger generations, there are still things in the mind of Vietnamese people … [Read more...] about Multimedia concert “Streaks” to take place at L’Espace
0 Have your say An English audiovisual firm has snapped up a Scottish rival to expand its presence north of the Border. GV Multimedia (GVMM) has acquired the intellectual property (IP) of Dundee-based Vision Sound and Light (Scotland), as it looks to establish a permanent base and make new hires in the city.The IP agreement will give the English firm access to local market knowledge and contacts in Scotland, according to GVMM.The London-headquartered company, which has five offices in England, has installed Gary Langlands as country manager and plans to hire half a dozen new staff to support its Scottish operation. Langlands will join account manager Mairi Scott in identifying audiovisual design, supply and integration projects in the corporate and education markets, building on current contracts in universities and colleges across Scotland. GVMM is currently based at Vision Sound and Light’s head office in the Wester Gourdie Industrial Estate but is … [Read more...] about GV Multimedia launches first Scottish base after swoop on rival
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | U.S.-China Trade Talks End. Now High-Level Talks Can Begin. Supported by ByKeith Bradsher Jan. 9, 2019 BEIJING — Three days of trade negotiations between midlevel American and Chinese officials ended in Beijing on Wednesday afternoon with progress in identifying and narrowing the two sides’ differences but little sense of when they might reach a deal. The trade talks could help clear the way for higher-level talks later this month, when President Trump attends the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Vice Premier Liu He, China’s economic czar, is expected to come to Washington sometime after that. A United States government official confirmed that the talks had ended but declined to elaborate. Chinese officials had no immediate comment, but the Commerce Ministry is expected to … [Read more...] about U.S.-China Trade Talks End. Now High-Level Talks Can Begin.