• Ayam Brand™ Provides 280,000 Healthy Tuna Meals For Charity Via Its Annual CSR Program and Introduces the ‘Kids Can Cook’ Campaign

    Ayam Brand™, famed for its wide range of healthy and convenient, preservative-free canned products will be providing 280,000 healthy tuna meals for charity via its annual corporate social responsibility program. The nationwide Ayam Brand™ Charity Campaign is now in its eighth year, and has benefitted more than 14,800 people from 312  charity organizations!

  • Walking about in Jalan Langgar

    Jalan Langgar, not too sure how the name came about.  Langgar means knocking.  Well. Besides enjoying the media event in Alor Setar, I enjoyed something else very much – the environment and surrounding of Alor Setar.  It is very peaceful and quiet.  The scenery is always enjoyable, especially when we arrived at the airport, we are being ushered by the beautiful paddy field. Before the media event started, together with my colleague, we walked to the lunch venue.  A long and nice village lane, although the weather was hot, the wind compensated that. Although I have Facebook friends that commented nice and reasonable price food in Alor Setar, the place…

  • On the road again with Ayam Brand

    The Ayam Brand Nationwide Community Care Campaign has entered its third year of supporting children, the disabled, single mothers and old folks through contributions of its wide range of healthy and convenient, no added preservative and no added MSG canned food products. This year, Ayam Brand will contribute its products to 35 charity homes across nine regions in West and East Malaysia, supporting 1,800 people with nutritious meals for a two-month period.   Three homes in Kedah and Perlis were first to receive the support.

  • Great Food with value @ Alor Setar, but not the drink

    It was raining from 7pm for about an hour.  My colleague Alvin had arranged with his friend in Alor Setar for night hang out, leaving old man (the writer) to himself at the hotel (ehm… pun intended). I walked about the street around Star City, found myself ended up with the local prawn noodle stall (or normally been known as Hokkien Mee in the Northern part of Peninsular).  The stall does not have name, but handled by mother, son and a helper. There is no q or whatsoever like that, it is like whoever ordered,  he or she would get the noodle.  If keeping quiet, no food.  Although I waited…

  • Arriving Alor Setar, Getting Ready

    Waking up at 4:30am and then got into the cab at 5:30am, reached Alor Setar at 8:15am. Got to the charity home at 10am and now waiting for the rest of the client to arrive.  Will be launching the first Northern region CSR programme for our client tomorrow. More updates soon.

  • Paddy Field

    Arrived at Alor Setar airport at 8:10am today and before the landing, saw a great scenery of paddy fields, like sea, where almost unable to see the end of the paddy field. We are here together with Ayam Brand for a media launch of its community care programme for Northern region. Great town with great people, surprise to meet many people here whom not originally from Kedah, but decided to stay here for long term – family and work.