SUBANG JAYA, June 16: In accordance with the needs and desires of the residents around Subang Jaya, the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) took the initiative to expand the functions of the 3C complex into a human capital development centre for people from all walks of life.
The 3C complex which was formerly known as the ‘Children Creativity Centre’ was previously reserved for children but has now been re-branded into the ‘Children & Community Creativity Centre’ where it is open to all ages, including adults, senior citizens and teenagers as well as children with special needs.
Chief Minister, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim said that the complex does not only encourage the public to take advantage of all facilities available, but it also serves as a platform to produce talent in the community.
According to him, all programmes carried out are appropriate to the target group and are led by instructors with the qualification and expertise.
“The idea of using these five acres of land (complex construction) is based on the creativity of MPSJ with the target of making this place a community focus.
“The reason is to make this a centre to enliven the creativity of the community, especially young children, from childhood into adulthood.
“We are developing Subang Jaya as a futuristic municipality so that it will build the strength of the community here,” he said after the Opening Ceremony and the Branding of the 3C Complex here at Jalan PJS11/2 yesterday.
Also present was the Welfare and Women’s Affairs Exco, Rodziah Ismail and the MPSJ President, Datuk Asmawi Kasbi.
Through the re-branding of this complex, it will divided into four main components; child development, community development, synergistic partner as well as rental and facilities.
Among the activities offered are ballet classes, chess and science workshops (for children), batik printing and culinary classes (for the youth), bead embroidery classes (for women) and sewing and cooking classes (for single mothers).