Archives for “Kota Kinabalu”
Always in for a surprise when coming to working on corporate social responsibility related initiative for our client. I went to Kota Kinabalu with my colleague few days ago for Ayam Brand Community Care Initiative 2012 with the theme ‘Convenient, Nutritious & Healthy Meals for Charity’ , which is a fifth year running campaign by the [...]
Antabax, a trusted and innovative antibacterial personal care range of body wash and hand cleansing products is providing 24-hour all day 99.9% antibacterial protection and greater peace of mind to consumers in Sabah through the Stay Clean & Healthy with Antabax Corporate Social Responsibility pilot project that was launched at City Mall, Kota Kinabalu. The [...]
In my recent work trips, I have the opportunity to meeting up with Christians – both Catholic and Protestants, well, I thank God for the opportunity. When I was heading to Kuching, I met clients counter-part that is also Christian, we had wonderful fellowship. The last Kota Kinabalu trip, I met the church missionary that [...]
Antabax抗菌个人护理用品与马来西亚卫生部(Ministry Of Health)，雄心万丈地展开一项提升民众卫生意识的教育活动，立志透过『1个马来西亚全国手部卫生月』(1Malaysia Hand Hygiene Month)主题运动，进阶改变国人的洗手习惯。 预计能接触超过2百万人的卫生保健运动，可谓我国史上规模最庞大的官民协助型手部卫生运动，推行宗旨在于降低传染病藉由双手散播的风险。这项活动将在今年的整个10月份在全国各地展开。
While attending the Kaspersky Lab APAC Partners Conference 2010, I was registered for a singing contest during the Celebration Dinner. So, I tried my best to find a song that I could play and possibly sing, which is other than praise and worship song choice…. So, there we go, U2′s I Still Haven’t Found What [...]
This is my third day in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. It is also the second day and last day of Kaspersky APAC Partners Conference 2010, with the theme – Passion for Growth. All presentation and discussion have been insightful and interesting. I would not be able to share the details publicly, due to the confidentiality. However, [...]
Sometimes we wonder why one has to go through difficult situation or scene that one does not expect. However, after reading Book of Esther 3, 4, 5 & 6, it is clear that things happened so that one would or could see God’s presence clearly. Or, simply, He exists.