Malaysia

First Chinese-Malaysian Tunnel Symposium held in Kuala Lumpur

„It is the first time ever that a symposium between the two ITA member nations China and Malaysia has been organized“, welcomed Dr. Teik Aun Ooi, Organizing Chairman of the SEASET 2018 (South East Asia Symposium & Exhibitions on the challenges and strategic solutions of high profile projects on Tunnels 2018) the more than 300 participants from China, Malaysia, the Southeast Asian Region and abroad in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The joint symposium with a total of 18 lectures, delivered from well-known speakers, was organised by the China Civil Engineering Society (CCES) and the Institution of...

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