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Daniel Prakash James is an Administration Executive in the Centre of Excellence for National Security (CENS). He holds a Bachelor of Business in International Management from Charles Darwin University, Australia, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Education from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, a Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and a Diploma in Information Technology.
Prior to joining CENS Daniel was attached to a chamber of commerce where he worked with manufacturers and government agencies in addressing and resolving various pertinent issues for a number of years. He also has 11 years of International School teaching experience and has taught History, Geography and Business Studies in the IGCSE syllabus. Daniel is a World War Two history buff and has worked with various historians notably Commander Ian Anderson, RN and the late Mr. Chye Kooi Loong. Daniel’s writings have been published in the New Straits Times and Ipoh Echo. He is part of the CENS team providing administrative and logistical support to the Centre.
“An Interview with Muthiah Chettiar – Ipoh’s Last Nattukkottai Chettiar”, Ipoh World Sdn.Bhd, 2012. Available at: http://db.ipohworld.org/photo/pdf/7199_gsouq140505.pdf
- Prakash, Daniel, "In Fond Memory, The Venerated Chye Kooi Loong (1929-2014), Ipoh Echo, 16 May 2014. http://www.ipohecho.com.my/v4/article/2014/05/16/in-fond-memory-the-venerated-chye-kooi-loong-1929-2014
- Prakash, Daniel. "The British Were Caught Napping As Japan Invaded The Far East", The New Straits Times, 8 August 2001.
- Prakash, Daniel. "MLRS Should Have Been Aquired Years Ago", The New Straits Times, 6 July 2001.
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