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Ayam Brand™ Community Care Campaign 2019 Takes the Message of Balanced Nutrition Nationwide To Fight Childhood Obesity

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The brand collaborated with KPJ Ampang Puteri to educate the participants on healthy meals in its CSR finale wrap up event. Was your last meal a Malaysian Healthy plate –according to quarter, quarter, half?  Ministry of Health Malaysia promotes Suku-Suku Separuh, the division of plate portion to a quarter for protein, a quarter for complex carbohydrates and half for fruits and vegetables.  It is an easy way to portion out the types of food our body needs. The Malaysian Healthy Plate or Suku-Suku Separuh is not the norm for most of us, which has led to an obesity epidemic among adults, and children.  According to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Tackling Obesity in ASEAN Report , Malaysia’s prevalence of obesity is at 13.3%, which is the highest in South East Asia.  Malaysia was among the top three countries in Asia  with high percentage 11.5% of obese children, aged between six months and 12 years. “As a leader in the Malaysian food industry for more than 100 years, Ayam

Guinness Flavour by Fire Festival At The Gasket Alley, Petaling Jaya.

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FIRE UP YOUR WEEKEND WITH GUINNESS Calling all foodies and fans of Guinness! Guinness Flavour by Fire Festival has just what you need to heat up your weekend – featuring a selection of mouth-watering flame-grilled, roasted and barbequed dishes, live performances from some of KL’s hottest bands, games, contests and of course – plenty of cold, smooth Guinness Draught to pair it with. Five chefs will be cooking up a storm over open flame – celebrity chefs Sapna Anand from GOA by Sapna and Sherson Lian and Johnny Fua from Kitchen Mafia, as well as Pitmaster Kok Fung from Burnin’ Pit and Chef Suren Krishnan from Tipsy Boar. Admission is free, and even better – sign up in advance on www.drinkies.my/guinness for a FREE glass of Guinness to get the party started*. It’s going to be the hottest weekend of the year! *Only available to non-Muslims aged 21 and above. Fire is a force with an awesome transformative power. When it comes to food, fire is what turns simple raw ingredi

BAD LAB And WATSONS Malaysia Join Forces To Host ‘THE BAD DUEL’ - An Esports Tournament To Support The Rapidly Growing National Esport Industry

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As the first personal care brand, and health and beauty retailer brand respectively to champion this dynamic emerging sports segment in the country, Bad Lab and Watsons Malaysia intend to serve as catalysts for growth by creating awareness and providing further support in what is already a Billion-dollar industry. With esports and gaming gaining global recognition as one of the most rapidly growing markets in the sports segment, Bad Lab and Watsons Malaysia today joined forces to launch their own esports tournament called The BAD Duel. Held at the Sunway Velocity Vanity Atrium, the tournament will witness well-known gamers from all over the region competing for the attractive cash prizes that await the winners. The tournament signifies the first time that both a personal care brand and a health and beauty retailer brand has championed esports in Malaysia, and collaborated to capture the thriving esports market. Divided into two phases, participants are required to first re

A Collaboration Between AIMSMET Group @ ICM, UK.

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AIMSMET GLOBAL under the AIMSMET GROUP collaborates with Institute of Commercial Management(ICM), United Kingdom launched the " Earn while you Learn” Industry Sponsorship Program (ISP) towards Skills Apprenticeship Scheme for a Malaysia Skilled Future. The Program was endorsed by Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Bin Ismail, MiniMini of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs(KPDNHEP). The Chairman of AIMSMET GROUP, Professor Dato’ Dr Jayles Yeoh, the CEO of Institute Commercial Management, Mr. Adair Ford and the CEO of AIMSMET Lifestyle Service, Ms Alice Hoang paid a courtesyc visit to the Minister’s office and the endorsement was sealed by the signing of plaque by the Minister and the CEO of, UK. The ultimate goal is to draw young Malaysians, regardless of their starting points, into jobs and sectors that are growing, and equipe them with the right skills and experience under the right ICM program for careers in these areas. In recent, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad address