LexisNexis Annual Essay Challenge: The Winners

Earlier this year, LexisNexis Malaysia announced the topic of their Annual Essay Challenge and invited students to participate. The winners were recently announced and a prize ceremony was held on the 23rd November, 2012.

L-R: Suresh Kumar Kulasegaran, Saravanan Meyappan, Lee Kar Yen, Pang Jo Fan, Lim Wei Jiet (notice he is wearing a LoyarBurok polo tee; watch out for #LoyarButik - to be launched soon!), Tan Yew Tze, Mohamed Redza Bin Mohamed Zakaria | Source: LexisNexis Malaysia

Lord Bobo’s furry senses tingled with excitement upon seeing that the top two winners were LoyarBurokkers Lim Wei Jiet (1st prize) and Pang Jo Fan (2nd prize).  Being the most awesome blawg in the universe, their essays are linked here and here for all to read.


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