News & Events

Upcoming

☐ Pilley Heritage Run 2020 will be held on 1 August 2020. Information is available on Facebook page – Stay Tuned!

☐ Mooncake Festival cum Alumni Homecoming will be held on September 2020 – Stay Tuned!

2020

☑ Sibu Tower Run 2020 at Sanyan Complex on 8 March 2020, organized by MPI Alumni Association.

Registration at JomRun App.

2019

☑ Alumni Mooncake Celebration held on 9 November 2019, which attracted around 300 people including MPI students. Some of the activities held were lantern-making competition & lucky draws.

☑ Pilley Alumni Appreciation Dinner 2019 held on 5 July 2019.

☑ MPI Open Day 2019 held on 23 March 2019.

☑ Pilley Heritage Run 2019 held on 22 June 2019.

SIBU: Pilley Heritage Run 2019, organised by Methodist Pilley Institute (MPI) Alumni Association is targetting to raise RM150,000. According to its chairman, Mike Wong Kee Ing, the run to be held on June 22, starting 6am, is expecting 2,600 runners. He said proceeds from the run would be used to part finance the on-going construction of a 4.5 -storey building at the institute. Speaking at a press conference at MPI premises here yesterday afternoon, Wong said the run is divided into 2km and 5km categories. Entry fee is RM50 per person and every finisher will receive a free T-shirt and medal. The run is not a competition but solely to raise fund for the Institute. Family members including children can join in the fun.

Registration opens tomorrow (Monday), and ends on May 31. Registration can only be done at www.vrunworld.com

For further enquiry call Wong at 016-8889357 or Alison Hii at 084 322268

Meanwhile, MPI principal and chief executive officer Hii King Kai said the construction of the 4.5-storey building would cost RM8.5 million. He said on their part they would raise RM2.5 million for the project. The project is expected to be completed by year-end, and will have, among others, a library, student activity area, counselling rooms, lecture rooms, tutorial rooms, chaplain room and a meeting room.

MPI, a college wholly-owned by Sarawak Chinese Annual Conference (SCAC), has been able to help the community, transform lives, empower families, and enrich nations by offering quality, wholesome and affordable tertiary education where spiritual formation is one of the main focus, Hii added.



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