“Life ? Cycle – Cycle for A Better Life” was participated by 70 students from UCSI University KL Campus. There are 14 teams in total, in which one team formed by 5 people.
The event activities were designed with challenges for both mental and physical. Besides that, the event is promoting concept of ‘go green’ with recyclable materials being used throughout the entire activities, such as gunny sacks, aluminum cans, plastic bottles etc. The participants travelled with bicycle in the botany park. At the same time, they are assigned a mission, which was collecting 6 types of recyclable materials prepared by solving the clues within the time given. Due to the large scaled landscape in the Taman Botani Negara Shah Alam, the participants would have to plan strategically and work as a team in order to complete the mission. There were flags found along the way, which contributes bonus points to participants as if they collected the flags. The team who managed to collect all 6 types of recyclable materials by successfully solving the clues and accumulated the highest bonus point by collecting the bonus flags within the time given would be the champion of the race.
OCBC Bank has been operating in Malaysia since 1932 and continues to rank among the largest foreign banks in Malaysia by assets, deposits, loans and branch network. It has a network of 31 conventional banking branches and ten Islamic ones, offering a range of specialist financial services that include consumer, corporate, investment, premier and transaction banking, as well as global treasury services to meet the needs of its customers across communities. OCBC Bank also offers Islamic banking products and services through its wholly-owned subsidiary, OCBC Al-Amin.
OCBC Bank has been a significant promoter of healthy living through cycling in Singapore and Malaysia over the past few years, most recently through its involvement as title sponsor of the KL Car Free Morning where cycling is a major activity. Through the OCBC Cycle platform the Bank promotes cycling as a sport that encourages friendship, kinship and a healthy lifestyle. The inclusive nature of the activity and its ability to bring people closer together are consistent with one of the Bank’s core values – teamwork. Sponsoring the sport is also part of the Bank’s effort to give back to the community. The support for this sport spans across all levels from recreational cyclists to the professionals.
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