About MAC

Welcome! We offer a place for fellow Malaysians and friends in the Greater Toronto Area to meet and "cakap, cakap" (chat) about old times and get together to "makan" (eat) all the delicious Malaysian food that we miss so much! Our association organizes events such as Summer Picnic, Festival functions and informal gatherings so that our members can meet regularly. We also organize sporting events like the Annual Golf Tournament and weekly Badminton weekly sessions to keep our members active physically!

Please feel free to browse around our website. For Newcomers to Ontario, we have collected many useful information and links to help you settle here. For the general public, we have information about Malaysia in general and link to the Tourism Malaysia website. For all our members, we regularly update our website to inform of our upcoming events and we have collected photographs from our past events in the Gallery for your viewing.

Join MAC

Please click here to open the membership application form or click here for a formal description of the Association's objectives as provided in MAC's constitiution.

CCC Scarborough Summerfest

Summer Fun in Scarborough Children Drawing Contest


August 9, 2014 (Saturday)


2:00pm (Registration at 1:00pm)


Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto
5183 Sheppard Avenue East, Scarborough

Contest Groups:

Junior (Ages 6 or under) and
Senior (Ages 7 - 12)

Free Admission

For registration or inquiry, please call 416.292.9293 ext 240 or
visit www.sx88.ca or cccgt.org

You may also download the poster and the application form here.

Our Annual Picnic is here again!

The MAC Annual Picnic will be held on Sunday, August 17 2014 at Simeon Park (a private park) in Gormley, Stouffville, ON. Here's a link of the Google map of the picnic site: http://goo.gl/maps/S9GU

It's a good time to meet friends and renew acquaintances again! For new members, you'll get the to meet many fellow Malaysians here.

This is a POTLUCK picnic, so please bring your food to share with our members and friends there.

You can bring cooked food e.g. Fried Noodles, Nasi Goreng, Nasi Lemak, Char Koay Teow, Roti Channai, Curry Dishes, Mee Siam and many other Malaysian dishes. You can also bring Desserts, Kueh2 and Fruits.

Based on previous years' experience, we received many noodle dishes and not enough meat and curry dishes, and other savoury food. So please bring something more substantial and also more quantity, so that nobody goes away hungry!

MAC will complement with at least a thousand sticks of Satay, trays of Noodles (supplied by Gourmet Malaysia) and Watermelons to be shared by all. We will also supply bottled water for everyone.

There will be organized games for all young at hearts and prizes to be won. Bring your family and enjoy the day and have fun!

We will set up two large tents, so that we can eat and relax in comfort in the shade!

IMPORTANT: We need Volunteers to help us at the picnic site, especially at the Food section to organize the food, serving and crowd control. We also need volunteers to help us in organizing games and overall management. Please let me know if you can help out by email to membershipinfo@malaysian.ca .

Here are additional details:


Simeon Park, 13190 Woodbine Av. Bethesda, ON L0H 1G0
(we are not sure if GPS is able to locate the place)


Sunday, August17, 2014. Picnic will begin at11:00 a.m.
The gate to the Park will open at 10 a.m. The park will charge $5 per car at the entrance.

Driving direction:

Coming from Hwy 404, exit Stouffville Road; go East to Woodbine Ave.; go North (turn left) on Woodbine; about 1 km, you will pass Station Creek Golf Course on your right; further 1 - 2 km, the entrance to the park is on your left (west side); you should see a "Simeon Park" sign high up near the entrance. Look for it! It's not very prominent and you may miss it. If you have gone all the way to Bethesda Side Rd., you would have missed it. Turn back!

Facilities at the Park:

Tennis, Volleyball, Soccer, Baseball, Fishing and Swimming Pool; a hiking trail in the park

If you are interested to attend, please email membershipinfo@malaysian.ca or contact any of the committee members (below) indicating the Number of people (adults and children) coming, and if possible, the food that you intend to bring (we hope to maximize the varieties of food). We need to know the number of people, firstly, for MAC to cater sufficient food and secondly, the Park has imposed a limit to the number of people for one location.

Henry Lee 416-618-0966 Gopal Simon 416-495-8024
Keith Tan 416-996-8608 Melissa Tan 416-888-1023
Raymond Soon 416-721-6130 Anthony Yong 416-722-8335
Ivy Lee 905-513-7939 David Ong 416-726-3309
William Chua 416-885-8856 Parminder Singh 416-418-7291
Steven Vong 647-273-8878 Gin Siow 416-230-8491
Barry Yau 416-918-1622 Sathi Perumal 416-497-8992

*Please respond by: Wednesday, August 14, 2014*
Please bring enough food to at least feed your own group!

Candlelight Vigil For MH370 at Toronto City Hall

On April 13th, a group of university students held a vigil at the City Hall to honour those who are on the missing flight MH370 and to show their support to the family and friends who have gone through such a difficult time with this tragedy

Markham, May 26, 2013 - The Hilton Suites & Conference Center hosted the grand finals of the Beauties of Asia 2013. Nearly 25 contestants from all over Toronto vied for the prestigious crown.

Delegates represented various Asian ethnic communities showcasing beauty, elegance, and cultural heritage. They were selected from three auditions held in Splendid China Mall and the semi-finals in Korean Cultural Center.

After weeks of rehearsals, photo shoot, social events, networking, and media coverage, the candidates gained substantial experience and confidence that prepared them for the big night.

They competed in traditional costume, swimsuit, and evening gown reflecting their personal taste.It was a very exciting competition as the candidates charmed the audience with their grace and beauty, and awed them with their talent showcase, wit, and confidence.

After the Special Awards were given, the top 10 candidates were selected from which the final 5 was chosen. The decision was made after an on-stage panel interview with the judges.

Saira Kowlessarof the Malaysian community won the crown & title and was crowned by outgoing Beauties of Asia 2012, Jodi Jahnke, who is also the reigning Canada's Perfect Supermodel 2013.

1st runner-up Jasleen Gill - Indian community, 2nd runner-up Angela Yang - Korean community, 3rd runner-up AbisshekaLloydson – Sri-Lankan community, and 4th runner-up Nicole Lulu Wang – Chinese community.

Multiple candidates represented the said community groups, plus Bangladesh, East India, Japan, Philippines, Pakistan, and Taiwan.

Saira is a 21 year-old Brampton native who is creative and passionate about the fashion industry and specializes in skincare and advance paramedical treatments. She is of Sri-Lankan heritage with her mother and father born in Malaysia and Guyana respectively.

Aside from the crown, cash, jewelry, and travel, Saira will also enjoy media training and representation of the youth of Asian descent and communities throughout the year.

The organizer, GAIYA (Global Asian Interactive Youth Assoc.), was thrilled with the big turn-out of more than 400 VIP guests, sponsors, media, volunteers, past BOA titleholders and contestants, as well as, reigning queens from other pageants including Canada's Perfect, Miss World Canada, and Miss Earth Ontario.

JCR Entertainment put on an exciting production and fabulous show through gorgeous staging and high energy live performances from various local artists and rising stars. Setting the excitement a notch higher were hosts Andre Vash and Julia Cosby with their witty and sophisticated style.

Support from the CMC-AO (Canadian Multicultural Council-Asians in Ontario) promoted the event to all Asian communities and other civic communities that resonated unity, collaboration, and celebration of diversity.

Beauties of Asia celebrated 5 years of beauty, friendship, and collaboration among Asian ethnic community groups. "I am very grateful and honored to carry this title and fulfill all duties as Miss Beauties Of Asia 2013! GAIYA has given and continues to give Asian communities in Canada a platform to unite and share experiences of youth, culture and society," said winner, Saira K. Official event photographer: Kelvin Young Photography


Beauties of Asia is part of the Asian Heritage Month that was enacted by the Toronto Municipal Government. It offers opportunities for young Asians to appreciate and share the values and qualities of their own heritage and that of other multicultural communities to promote understanding and harmony, thus, manifesting the invigorated spirit of unity among the new generation of Asian-Canadian youth. www.beautiesofasia.ca