Saturday, May 28, 2016


Former Malacca High graduates residing in Singapore are invited to attend MAHSOPA Singapore Chapter Gathering on

Saturday 30th. July 2016.
Venue : Scholars Restaurant,
NUSS Guild House
Kent Ridge
Time : 12 noon Dim Sum Lunch
Date : Saturday 30th. July2016
Please contact Yeo Keng Joon​,
Hp contact : +65 97628729
Email :

The estimated price per person is only S$ 30.00.

Come and join in the fun in remembering your care free days at Malacca High.

Use this link to go to venue.

Sunday, May 22, 2016


MCA commemorates Tan Siew Sin's centennial
(From left) Liow, Tan Siok Choo and Dr Hou tour the exhibition on Tun Tan's centennial.
KUALA LUMPUR: He is known for being thrifty, to the point of not carrying any cash with him when he goes around.
However, Tun Tan Siew Sin, the country's longest serving finance minister, is best remembered for great things, including laying a strong foundation for Malaysia's economy.
Tan, who was MCA president from 1961 to 1974 and finance minister from 1959 to 1974, passed away on Mar 17, 1988.
Born on May 21, 1916, the MCA held a ceremony to commemorate Tan's centennial at the party headquarters here Saturday afternoon.
MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Liow Tiong Lai paid tribute to Tan, saying the strong financial foundation he laid helped Malaysia weather financial challenges thereafter.
On education, he said Tan set up the Tunku Abdul Rahman College (TAR College) in 1969, and the college had produced 170,000 graduates to date, who in turn contributed to nation-building.
TAR College's status was upgraded to Tunku Abdul Rahman University College in 2013.
Liow, who is also the university college's chairman, pledged to continue Tan's good work.
Besides TAR College, he said, Tan also helped to develop Chinese education in the country.
Liow said TAR College's good track record had enabled the MCA to set up Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) in 2002, and it has subsequently risen to be among the biggest private universities in the country now.
Liow also launched a book titled Ancestral Home of Tun Tan Siew Sin.
Also present were Tan's children, Tan Siok Eng, Datin Paduka Tan Siok Choo and Tan Siok Lee and other family members.
Those present observed a minute of silence to pay respects to Tan's wife, Toh Puan Catherine Lim Cheng Neo who passed away on May 10.
The event's organising chairman Datuk Dr Hou Kok Chung advised the younger generation to visit the exhibition on Tan at Wisma MCA here from Saturday and May 29 to get to know more about the outstanding man.
Webmaster: Tun Tan Siew Sin studied in Malacca High School during his formative years. Datuk Seri Dr. Liow Tiong Lai studied 2 years in MHS for his 6th. Form. He came in from Merlimau/Jasin.

Saturday, May 21, 2016


MAHSOPA is spearheading the organising of MHS 190th. Anniversary Dinner at Equatorial Hotel, Melaka on 3rd. December 2016.

We target 100 tables for this function.

5 tables have already been booked in advance. 1 of these tables was booked from Singapore.

Sponsors for door gifts and tables are welcomed for this event including adverts for our proposed 190th. Anniversary dinner souvenir programme.

We are also trying to obtain good hotel rates for overseas members. Should you require our assistance, please email us as well.

Kindly email to

Friday, May 20, 2016

21st. May 2016

A complimentary 20 tables dinner sponsored by MHS Class of 1965 (Form 5) and Class of 1967(6th. Form) will be held for former MHS pupils.

Venue is at Bunga Raya Restaurant at Lake Club, KL (Kelab Perdana diRaja) at 7.30pm on Sat. 16th.July 2016.      

Fellowship purpose,  to get  new  members and to promote 190  yr  MHS  dinner in Malacca on 3.12.2016. 👍  

Advanced bookings can be made to:              

Updates will be posted on and our social media like Facebook etc.