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|關鍵字:||馬來西亞;華文教育;寬柔中學;南方學院;專科部;Malaysia;Chinese Education;Foon Yew High School;Kolej Selatan;Foon Yew Advanced Studies||Project:||興大歷史學報, Issue 27, Page(s) 83-106.||摘要:||
After Singapore left the Federation of Malaysia in 1965, there was only one university in Malaysia at the time. Many Malaysian Chinese students continued their higher education abroad. In 1967, the Ministry of Education announced its intention to narrow the doors of going abroad. The Malaysian Chinese thus planned to establish a private university, namely Merdeka University, for their children. Unfortunately, the May Thirteenth Incident in 1969 interrupted the establishment of the university. In order to provide its high school graduates to continue their studies, the Foon Yew High School in Johor Bahru set up a three-year advanced program. It was called Foon Yew Advanced Studies by the school authorities. With the tenseness between the Malays and the Chinese was loosened in early 1990s, the Foon Yew High School developed the program into a college, namely the Southern College(Kolej Selatan). Then the College became a university college with the authority to confer degrees. The establishment and development of the Foon Yew Advanced Studies show that the Malaysian Chinese can adjust themselves very well in various conditions in maintaining their own education institutions. The Malaysian Chinese surely is a people with great malleability in their adopted land.
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