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It has been nearly 2 years since the Yong Chee Seng wing was officiated. The demolition of a building occupying the space of Yong Chee Seng Wing started back in 2006. During that time, the entire school was congested with scaffolding taking up a lot of space. It took almost 2 years for the Wing to be completed and at the cost of over a million ringgit, thanks to donations flooding in from the public and with the help of MBSalumni. Yong Chee Seng wing still retains MBSKL's iconic flower motif. The flower motif has been associated with the school since 1927 with the opening of Hinch Annexe, MBSKL's oldest building to date.

Students studying during the 2006 - 2008 period had to adjust to the "floating class" system introduced by the school while the Wing was being built. By now, the completion of the Yong Chee Seng wing has enabled the school to adopt "single session" school status from the Ministry of Education and enables students to partake more in extra-curricular activities after school.

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