|DTMG e.V. in Germany congratulates The Malaysian German Society for 50 Years Anniversary by Presdent Dato Dr. Achim Georg Deja|
|Freitag, 28. September 2012 um 00:00|
Culture and Integrity merge sustainability and profitability, when the German-Malaysian Society e.V. in Germany and the MGS in Malaysia promote cultural understanding between Malaysia and Germany. Realizing outstanding deeds for the fellow men and outstanding contributions for the people with the people from both our country and Malaysia the MGS and DtMG express the message that the future is shaped by a common pathway to prosperity. On behalf of DtMG, memberbs, board and supervisory council, I want to congratulate all those present this evening: friends, promoters, partners , members and their families, for 50 years of permanent success and impressive contributions to the common goods in Penang and to a changing view on how different cultures shape global markets.
This marks the activities of the MGS since the beginning 1962. The DtMG, German-Malaysian Society was founded 1992 in Hamburg by Peter Hütz under the patronage of the then OAV President Edgar Nordmann and the Malaysian Ambassador as future patrons of the DtMG. We consider ourselves the little sister society of the 30 year older Malaysian-German Society MGS in Penang. One of the founder fathers, again was Peter Hütz as one of its main initiators in 1962. What started with employees of German companies and institutions living and working in Malaysia led to initiatives enhancing their mutual cultural interests for 50 years.
Since Merkeda Day, 31 August 1957, when the modern Malaysia was born, many personalities have fostered positive German-Malaysian relations at all levels. This positive approach has been inspiring and stimulated successful prosperity sharing and sustainability and prevented risk in the long-term.
Numerous personalities working for well known companies and institutions brought this about:
They all integrated cultural openness into their economic, financial and scientific affairs.
They always promoted and fostered the individual approach. The diplomatic and political links document 57 years of friendship, goodwill, and transparency and the MGS donated a solid part to this German-Malaysian tradition. They all remind us to create trust as a simple second agenda for the pathway through changing environments.
We wish the MGS a vibrant strength to deepen their invisible cords in the upcoming decade for the best and benefit of all.
With cordial regards