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19 August 2017
KDU Cultivates the Cartoonists Move to the International Market (Guang Ming Daily)

6 August 2017
Are you game for it? (The Star Online)

10 March 2017
KDU (Sin Chew Jit Poh)

21 March 2017
KDU Inks Partnership With Kadowaka To Develop First Tertiary-Level Sequential Art Collaborative Programme In Asia (studymalaysia.com)

14-02-2017KDU Sheds Light on the Phenomenon and Social Impact of Video Games (studymalaysia.com)

09-11-2016KDUUC Game Development students received MSC-APICTA award the day before Convocation (Further Studies Interactive)

08-11-2016PIKOM Honours ICT Industry Players at Gala Awards (Malay Mail)

04-11-2016PIKOM Honours Best of the Best at ICT Industry Gala Awards (PC.com)

06-11-2016PIKOM Honors ICT Innovators (The Edge Markets)

23-01-2016Game On KDU UC looks to develop the video gaming industry (Top Class, Focus Malaysia)

01-01-2016KDU’s School of Computing & Creative Media Striking Achievements (Myc!)

10-09-2015KDU hosts Animex 2015 (Indiegames.com)

26-02-2015KDU UC Hosts Global Game Jam (TheStar)

25-02-2015Global Game Jam (Sin Chew Jit Poh)

09-02-2015 – Game for Development (TheStar) – pg 01pg 02 

27-01-2015China Press

19-08-2014EduNews – Familiarizing with the Game Development Industry (TheSun)

30-01-2014KDU Offers Honours Degree in Game Development (The Borneo Post)

10-12-2013MyGameDev2020 set to help the Industry Grow

02-09-2013Bernama Biztalk’s Game On Segment

24-08-2013Gaming to a Degree (BFM)

15-01-2013Boosting the Creative Content Industry (TheSun)

24-09-2012 – KDU revs video game development for MyGameDev (South China Morning Post)

24-09-2012Game Development Industry Set to Grow (TheSun)

17-07- 2012 –  GameAxis

27-06-2012 – Growth of the Electronic Games Industry 

01-06-2012 – Nurturing Game Development in Malaysia

29-05-2012 – KDU launches ETP Project

28-05-2012 – Game On for Digital Literacy

27-12-2011 – A Weekend of Fun and Games

24-12-2011 – A Collaboration of Quality

22-11-2011 – KDU at FACON Fair

20-11-2011Get a Clear Picture at FACON Fair (NST)

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