Pangkor’s history has a strategic place in the starting point of our country. The treaty that was signed between the British and Sultan of Perak. The treaty is significant in the Malay states history because it signalled the British official involvement in the Malay states’ policies. A treaty which was signed on Pangkor Island in 1874 ignited the fight for independence that eventually came in 1957.
Moving on, we must explore the most rigid beliefs about what tomorrow will contain. Pangkor Dialogue is the journey which explores the starting point of our future and the future belongs to those who see possibilities before they become obvious. It is just a matter of time when Pangkor Dialogue will be held in Pangkor when the island is ready to host high level international delegates. Pangkor would one day become the focal meeting point where business and political leaders get together in a relaxed environment and comfortably open up for a better tomorrow.
The Pangkor Dialogue is an international knowledge exchange, which aims to inspire sustainable economic growth in the region in line with the Sustainable Development Goals. It is unique in the sense that it is one of the few dialogues in the world that is promoted by a State Government. Pangkor Dialogue is a platform where inside information is shared to find solutions for universal challenges faced by the region. These valuable insights provide a greater understanding of the issues at hand.
The outcome of the dialogue provides actionable and impactful recommendations for the benefits of all stakeholders. Pangkor Dialogue also has been proven to be a venue for forming fruitful collaborations between international stakeholders. It is a meeting place that brings all the stakeholders under one roof. Pangkor Dialogue is an event that gathers experts from various backgrounds that will benefit multiple stakeholders.
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