Research partnership and academic collaboration between

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, May 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Toga Limited (OTC: TOGL) wholly-owned subsidiary TOGL Technology Sdn Bhd (TOGL Technology) participated in a virtual MoU signing ceremony with Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), 100% owned by UTAR Education Foundation, on May 20, 2021. The virtual signing ceremony of the MoU was attended and performed by Mr. Edward Ng Boon Chee, Director of operations of TOGL Technology, Ir. Prof. Dr. Ewe Hong Tat (President of UTAR), in the presence of Ir. Teacher. Dr. Yow Ho Kwang (UTAR Vice President for Internationalization and Academic Development) and Ms. Shaelyn Moo (Secretary to the CEO of TOGL Technology).

The MOU offers both parties the opportunity to initiate joint projects such as research and development (R&D); organize academic programs such as short courses, seminars, discussions, lectures and workshops; and other university-industry collaborative efforts, including collaborative projects, industry advisory initiatives, industry visits, curriculum development, training and consulting. It will also facilitate the industrial placement of UTAR students.

The MOU also includes the facilitation and support of UTAR students to conduct research on Toga Limited’s proprietary technology, Toga Resonance Technology (T-RT), to explore the effects of T-RT on human well-being and document the results in a research report.

“University research provides an important dimension to better understand T-RT and its effects on human well-being. This MoU signifies our continued collaboration with local universities such as UTAR, and our commitment to further improve our proprietary wellness technology to deliver a better user experience and health benefits, ”said Mr. Edward Ng Boon Chee, COO of TOGL Technology Sdn Bhd.

UTAR is a university offering courses in various undergraduate and postgraduate programs, research, consulting, management and leadership training and other related educational services at its campuses in Bandar Sungai Long, Selangor and Kampar, Perak in Malaysia.


Alexander D. Henderson
TOGA LIMITED, 515 S. Flower Street, 18e Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90071
(949) 333-1603
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