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25 11 2007

Der(pdf) economics textbooks :: homework help and answers :: thehomeworkportal Malaysia Club Baden-Württemberg e.V. ist ein eingetragener Verein und wurde im Jahr 2005 gegründet. Die Mitglieder, beziehungsweise Gründer des Vereins, waren Malaysische, Deutsche und andere jura ghostwriter Europäische und Asiatische Volksangehörige und deren Familien.
Der Sinn und Zweck des Clubs besteht https://ghost-writer-agentur.de darin das Zusammentreffen dieser Gruppen zu ermöglichen, so dass Freundschaft und Ansichten innerhalb des Clubs ausgetauscht werden können und die Bindung an das Heimatland bestehen bleiben. Auch Nachrichten aus Malaysia selbst werden mit großer Freude ausgetauscht.
Der Club hat sich zur Aufgabe gemacht keinen Profit zu erwirtschaften, keine Politik zu machen und zu unterstützen. Er unterstützt hauptsächlich den kulturellen Austausch der genannten Länder. Des weiteren unterstützt er die Mitglieder und deren Angehörige, er Veranstaltet die Treffen, den Stammtisch, Tanzen, Sport und andere Events welche der kulturellen Freundschaft und der Völkerverständigung dienen.

Baden-Württemberg, the southwestern state of Germany with a population of 10.7 million, is the third largest of the 16 German federal states. It borders onto France, Switzerland and the other German states of Rhineland-Palatinate, Hesse and Bavaria.https://essaywritingservicehelp.co.uk/proofreading/
The former three states of Baden, Württemberg-Baden and Württemberg-Hohenzollern all voted in favour of a merger on December 16, 1951. Subsequently on April 25,1952, the federal state of “Baden-Württemberg” was founded and has since then not only become a melting pot of cosmopolitan variety with Swabian tradition but has also grown prosperous largely through its inhabitants who have demonstrated traits of creativity, ingenuity and the capacity for hard work. The commitment to contribution in the areas of trade, technology, science, education, art and culture has made Baden-Württemberg one of the most successful regions in Europe and, indeed, in the world.Stuttgart, the capital of Baden-Württemberg, and the surrounding region nestles astride the Neckar Valley and has much to offer. In addition to its beautiful squares, palaces and buildings designed in varied architectural styles, this Swabian metropolis offers a variety of attractions: world-famous operas, ballet and drama, top-flight musicals, exhibitions, traditional and regional festivals, Christmas market, etc, etc which attract millions of visitors each year.In line with the region’s ideals and diverse offerings, the Malaysia Club Baden-Württemberg invites you to come and experience with us the regional identity and cosmopolitan interaction through the participation in the various cultural events and leisure activities which we are planning for you.Now a few words about who we are:

The Malaysia Club Baden-Württemberg e.V. (MCBW), was founded on 13 March, 2005 by a founding assembly consisting of 34 members. On the 17 May 2005, the MCBW was officially registered, as an “eingetragener Verein” bearing the abbreviation “e.V.”, in the courts of Stuttgart. It enjoys the status of a Tax-Privileged Club whose purpose, “steuerbegüter Zweck” as defined by German Tax Laws, shall be non-profit-making. As its main objectives, the MCBW shall endeavour to:

  1. Foster friendship and contact among fellow Malaysians living in Germany, and between Malaysians and the public, regardless of nationality, ethnic, political or religius origin

  2. Disseminate to interested parties, current news and information on developments in and relating to Malaysia

  3. Be a responsible citizen of the host country by actively participating in various public, cultural and social events and through cultural and social interaction with other clubs and societies

  4. Facilitate and provide assistance where possible in the social integration of Malaysians and other friends of the MCBW

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