Watch Celebrity Car Wars and Wins Prizes

Pump and stand a chance to win amazing holiday packages, cash prizes, Caltex merchandises and more from now until November 30, 2018

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Chevron Malaysia Limited, which carries the Caltex® brand, is calling out to all die-hard automotive fans to strap on and get ready for an adrenaline-packed star power adventure and stand a chance to win awesome holiday packages, cash prizes and more.

The campaign was rolled out recently in conjunction with the premiere of Celebrity Car Wars Season 3, which currently airs on HISTORY Asia (ASTRO CH555 and CH575 HD).

Caltex is once again the proud presenting sponsor of the award-winning reality automotive competition series, which aims to showcase how Caltex petrol and diesel can help vehicles deliver under even more challenging driving scenarios.

The show features a star power line up from Asia who are competing against one another through 19 challenges to be part of the Celebrity Car Wars Hall of Fame.

Among the challengers on the show are Malaysian actor, producer and director Hans Isaac, who is up against Singaporean actor and comedian Munah Bagharib; Filipino actor and VJ, Diego Loyzaga; American-Filipino actor, model, and singer Xian Lim; Thai-Australian actor, singer, and model, Matthew Deane; his wife and competitor Thai R&B idol, actress, and social media influencer Lydia Sarunrat.

From now until November 30, 2018, customers need only

  1. spend RM 40 on a fuel transaction in a single receipt at Caltex stations nationwide,
  2. send a picture of the receipt via WhatsApp to 017 7070683
  3. type Caltex<space>NRIC<space>date oftransaction<space>transaction total (Example: Caltex 880818008888 12/10 RM 45) to stand a chance to win prizes totalling over RM200,000!

Caltex® believes just like the celebrities in Celebrity Car Wars who have pushed beyond their limits to complete the given obstacles to champion the show, the need to always be ahead in delivering the best engine solutions for consumers are a top priority for the brand.

Shahid Ahmed, Chevron Malaysia Country Chairman said:

“Caltex® is continuously taking one step further, taking on the challenge to provide nothing but the most innovative products for engine protection. This platform allows us to demonstrate Techron’s high-performance fuel that can help vehicles deliver under more challenging scenarios. The show features professional tips to help drivers improve their drive to gain better fuel economy, including how the right fuel can maximize power and increase engine reliability. The promotional campaign was ignited to ensure that we reward our consumers who fuel at Caltex® for a better, smoother and worry-free ride.

“Additionally, we constantly seek out methods to strengthen relationships with our customers, to make certain they have a great journey, alongside engage with them and reward them for their never-ending support towards the Caltex® brand.”

SOOO..

Don’t miss out on the final episode of Celebrity Car Wars Season 3 this Sunday, 28 October at 9.55pm on ASTRO History Channel 555 and 575 HD. Find out who will emerge as the Champion for Celebrity Car Wars Season 3.

For more information on Caltex® and its products, please visit:

Discover Local Taste at 24-Hour BookXcess at Tamarind Square

What a great activity to enjoy with your loved ones!

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Spend your Malaysia Day with us at BookXcess as we celebrate the spirit of Malaysia at REMPAH 2018. Visitors will get to enjoy a host of activities catering for all ages such as storytelling, puppet shows, and the creation of customised bookmarks by talented local watercolourists, as well as other amazing arts showcases throughout the entire day!

Date: 16 September 2018, Sunday
Time: 9.16am – 9.16pm
Venue: BookXcess, Tamarind Square, Cyberjaya

There’ll be fun activities like:

  • the Ejen Ali Colouring Competition
  • screening of short films by Astro
  • video art performances by a group of dancers taught by Malaysian Indian classical dancer January Low
  • creative writing workshop by Malaysian writer Tunku Halim
  • a series of talks – on topics like weight loss, and on “Content Media” by Nina Sharil, founder of PopCon
  • financial talks and consultation with Joyce Chuah, CEO of Success Concepts.

Apart from that, the first 2,000 visitors to BookXcess Tamarind Square during REMPAH 2018 will get an exclusive VIP Pass to the upcoming Big Bad Wolf KL 2018.

How to get the VIP Pass?

  1. Just snap a picture at the event, expressing what diversity in Malaysia means to you
  2. post it on Facebook with the hashtag #BBWKL2018 and #REMPAH2018,
  3. tag 5 friends in the post
  4. Then, show the post to the staff to receive the VIP Pass.

Time Activities Location

  • 11.00AM – 12.00PM Weight Loss Talk – Tunku Halim Epilogue Room, BookXcess
  • 11.00AM – 12.00PM Ejen Ali Coloring Competition Group A (5 to 8 years old) The Stage, BookXcess
  • 12:10pm – 12:45pm Music Therapy Talk – Dr. Indra Selvarajah of UPM Epilogue Room, BookXcess
  • 13.00PM – Suhaili’s Group Dance Performance Video Screenings Epilogue Room, BookXcess
  • 13.00PM – 14.00PM Ejen Ali Colouring Competition: Group B (9 to 12 years old) The Stage, BookXcess
  • 15.00PM – 16.00PM Creative Writing Workshop – Tunku Halim Epilogue Room, BookXcess
  • 16.00pm – 16.30pm You too can Vlog! – Nina Sharil Khan from PopCon The Stage, BookXcess
  • 16.00PM – 17.00PM Taking Charge of Financial Life Talk – Joyce Chuah, CEO of Success Concepts Epilogue Room, BookXcess
  • 17.00PM – 18.30PM Astro Short Films Screening and Q&As session with directors The Stage, BookXcess
  • 17.00PM – 18.30PM Financial Consultation – Joyce Chuah, CEO of Success Concepts Epilogue Room, BookXcess

For more information on the exciting activities, follow the updates on the BookXcess Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/BookXcess/.

See you there!

Tun M and Tun Siti’s Lego Mural Unveiled at Lego Art Exhibition

As Malaysians celebrate the country’s 61st independence day, Carousell, Republic of Bricks (ROB) and Sunway Pyramid Mall unveiled an array of unique murals built entirely from LEGO bricks celebrating our country.
(L-R) Tang Siew Wai, Country Head of Carousell Malaysia, Zen Chan Yang Shan, President of ROB and Amy Hoo Ooi Mei, Senior Manager - Marketing of Sunway Pyramid unveiled the Tun M and Tun

Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad and Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah’s LEGO mural is the highlight of the exhibition that were held on 30 August at LG2, Central Avenue, Sunway Pyramid.

(L-R) Amy Hoo Ooi Mei, Senior Manager - Marketing of Sunway Pyramid, Tang Siew Wai, Country Head of Carousell Malaysia and Zen Chan Yang Shan, President of ROB unveiled the Tun M and Tun

18 unique LEGO mosaics will also be on display, featuring interesting Malaysian moments, culture and sceneries, coupled with LEGO-themed activities for visitors by Carousell. LEGO fans can also connect with LEGO collectors across Malaysia on Carousell.

“The LEGO builders and fans have long traded and exchanged ideas via our platform and we in turn focus on creating authentic relationships with our communities. Naturally, Merdeka is the perfect opportunity for us to engage the LEGO fan community while celebrating 61 years of independence which highlights their creativity,” said Tang Siew Wai, Country Head of Carousell Malaysia.

Siew Wai added that hobbyists and enthusiasts could buy exclusive LEGO collections on Carousell. “To date, we have approximately 1 million LEGO listings on Carousell. This includes exquisite and scarce pieces of LEGO items to suit the user’s needs.”

“Sunway Pyramid has always been a strong supporter of the creative arts, advocating a variant of artists to display their pieces in our mall. Our collaboration with Carousell and ROB is part of our continuous efforts to offer a variety of activities to our shoppers especially on this very significant Merdeka celebration,” said Amy Hoo Ooi Mei, Senior Manager – Marketing of Sunway Pyramid.

“Matching different LEGO pieces to build this mural resembles the diversification of our culture and races living together in peace and harmony. The murals were built by artists from ROB to convey our love for our country and promote creativity with bricks. Carousell and Sunway Pyramid have been supportive partners in developing the community, and we hope that through this initiative, more will follow suit and develop their interest by joining our LEGO community on Carousell,” said Zen Chan Yang Shan, President of ROB.

A total of 166,888 pieces of LEGO bricks were used for the portraits displayed at the event, with 9,216 pieces used for Tun M and Tun Siti’s mural which was built by members of ROB.

ROB is a LEGO fan interest and networking group that focuses on LEGO projects, events and display in Malaysia. Over the years, the group has gathered LEGO hobbyists across the country to learn and share their passion. At present, the group has over 1,000 members that consist of enthusiasts from all walks of life.

For more information, visit Carousell on www.facebook.com/carousell.my, or download the Carousell app from the Apple Store or Google Play Store.

With Over 1,200 Merchants, the 5th #MYCYBERSALE Is Set to Be the Biggest Online Sale

Nearly 70 percent of them are Small Medium Enterprises (SME) and not only that, 600 merchants are ready to ship all orders locally and overseas. 

#MYCYBERSALE 2018 also attracts more than 100 partners offering fantastic discounts up to 99%, contributing more than 62 per cent private sector funding and has the potential to reach over 13.9 million online shoppers in Malaysia

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#MYCYBERSALE 2018, happening from 3rd to 7th September, is organised by the National ICT Association of Malaysia (PIKOM) and supported by the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC).

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The regional and international brands taking part in this online sale event include:

  • Lazada
  • Shopee
  • Shopback
  • 28Mall
  • Malaysia Airlines Berhad
  • Qoo10
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  • Shopback
  • Coca Cola
  • Mead Johnson
  • Unilever.

#MYCYBERSALE merchants have lined up attractive deals and items at hugely-discounted prices for consumers to take advantage of. This is the time to grab fantastic travel deals, your favourite tech gadgets, shop for festive holiday gifts and year-end parties,” said Ganesh Kumar Bangah, Chairman of PIKOM.

Almost two thirds of the Malaysian internet users are online shoppers and #MYCYBERSALE 2018 has the potential to reach over 13.9 million online shoppers in Malaysia!!

Ganesh also added that PIKOM is confident the targeted RM370 million in GMV for the event will be surpassed. GMV is defined as the total revenue generated during the five-day sales period before making an allowance for discounts.

In line with its theme – ‘DRIVING GROWTH THROUGH OMNI CHANNEL COMMERCE,’ #MYCYBERSALE 2018 is aimed at encouraging SMEs and micro-enterprises to adopt an omnichannel approach for their businesses to reduce dependency on social media private messaging sales.

More than 600 merchants are expected to ship orders to China, United Arab Emirates, United States and other countries in Europe and South East Asia.

With the favourable Ringgit currency rate expected to attract more overseas customers to #MYCYBERSALE 2018, PIKOM is confident that the targeted RM50 million export revenue will be achieved, said Ganesh, who was speaking at the launch of #MYCYBERSALE 2018 which was attended by more than 350 guests, here in Kuala Lumpur today.

#MYCYBERSALE 2018 online sale event has become a catalyst for merchants in Malaysia to be part of the e-Commerce ecosystem and contribute to the domestic and export e-Commerce revenue.

In 2017, #MYCYBERSALE attracted 1,007 merchants generating RM311 million in GMV, with RM39 million in export revenue.

#MYCYBERSALE 2018 event drew strong support from more than 100 leading corporate and retail brands in the private sector which included Pinnacle Partners Commerce.Asia, Fusionex, Mastercard and Lazada; Premier Partners Mobiversa, SAP Malaysia, Shippop, Shopback, CapFiX and y5zone Malaysia; Gold Partners iPay88 and Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) and Silver Partners SF Express, eGHL, GDex, LWE, SF Express, World First and City-Link Express. The event also attracted initiative partners and marketing partners as well as lucky draw sponsors.

“This is the second year that PIKOM is helming #MYCYBERSALE and I am confident it is on a progressive road to become a fully self-sustainable event as more than 62 per cent of the event this year is funded by the private sector compared with 40 per cent last year,” Ganesh added.

He added that from this year onwards, the #MYCYBERSALE event will be held annually between the National Day and Malaysia Day for consumers to take advantage of the attractive deals and rock-bottom prices, offered by the merchants during these memorable national celebrations.

Datuk Yasmin Mahmood, Chief Executive Officer of Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), commended the efforts by PIKOM in taking on the mantle of organising the campaign for the second year running.

“Initiated by MDEC in 2014, we are pleased to continue to support #MYCYBERSALE, which is helping more local SMEs take their rightful place in the burgeoning eCommerce arena and place Malaysia as a regional eCommerce powerhouse.

Initiatives as #MYCYBERSALE are aligned with a most fundamental objective of the National Strategic eCommerce Roadmap, which is to accelerate adoption of eCommerce (in Malaysia). Our SMEs and microenterprises will benefit greatly from these proactive steps to boost online trade.”

According to the Department of Statistics Malaysia, the eCommerce growth rate in Malaysia is expected to grow from the 10.6% in 2016 to 20.8% by 2020. With one of the highest internet penetrations in Southeast Asia at 85.7% and mobile penetration at almost 140%, Malaysia has become one of the fastest growing emerging eCommerce emerging markets in the region.

“The nation’s merchants, SMEs, industry and our consumers are forging ahead to digitalise Malaysia’s proud tradition as a global trading nation. These are stepping stones to even greater things: Malaysia is now moving up the value chain and trading in ideas, innovation and new technologies in a spirit of collaboration across different sectors.”

At the stroke of midnight on 3rd September, consumers will be spoilt for choice by the wide array of promotions and deals at www.mycybersale.my from over 20 retail categories to choose from.

Products ranging from electronics, fashion, baby and kids, travel, health and beauty, home and living, food and beverage, wellness services, home appliances, to sporting equipment and the best is there are over 70 lucky draw prizes to be won!!

More info, check out http://www.mdec.my

HP Gears Malaysian Gamers With OMEN 15 and OMEN 17

It is packed with power, design, and performance to #DominateTheGame on the go

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HP, in collaboration with Intel and game developer PUBG Corporation, a Bluehole Inc company, announced the launch of OMEN by HP – Challenger Series Tournament in Asia-Pacific and Japan, a gaming tournament based on PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG).

To gear Malaysian gamers for PUBG glory, HP Malaysia also unveiled its bold OMEN by HP laptop series, a more powerful laptop1, with expanded functionality of OMEN Command Center software with OMEN Game Stream2.

The collaboration reinforces HP’s commitment to fueling the growth and evolution of the gaming landscape through strategic industry partnerships. With the OMEN Challenger Series, PUBG gamers in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, India, China, Japan, Korea, Australia, and New Zealand can take part in an open amateur tournament to win from a prize pool of USD50,000.

HP expects more than 3,000 competitors to join either the amateur and influencer invitational categories and compete on OMEN by HP laptops which deliver beastly performance, smart software, and stunning displays ready for play at the highest levels in eSports.

The latest iteration of the OMEN by HP Laptop is an even sleeker powerhouse that gives gamers enhanced portability, while improving the hardware and features they crave. Engineered for gaming performance,

HP continuously pushes boundaries to develop the latest cutting-edge and comprehensive portfolio of OMEN gaming devices to fuel the passion, excitement and competitive spirit of gamers.

Beyond developing groundbreaking technologies, our collaborations with the likes of PUBG Corporation mark a significant step in our goal towards developing deeper connections with the gaming community and evolving the landscape altogether.” said Jacob T Jacob, Managing Director, HP Malaysia.

PUBG, which features a battle-royale gameplay, has quickly become one of the biggest gaming titles in the world. Since its introduction, it is considered by fans and enthusiasts as one of the games responsible for injecting new energy into today’s gaming landscape.

OMEN Challenger Series

The OMEN Challenger Series registration is now open while the team qualifiers will kick off online from September 15, 2018. Up to 80 amateur teams of four will participate in the country qualifiers, which will be livestreamed via local streaming studios. In addition, two influencers per country will be invited to form teams of four at the Grand Finals in Thailand which will be held at COMMART in Bangkok, Thailand, on November 2-4, 2018. A total of 40 teams will competing in the amateur and influencer categories.

To register for the OMEN Challenger Series, visit: https://omengaming.co/

OMEN by HP Pricing and Availability3

• The OMEN 15 retails from RM 4,485.00 and is available at HP Online Store and authorised HP resellers in Malaysia.

• The OMEN 17 retails from RM 8,699.00 and will be available starting from mid-September 2018.

From 3rd September to 3rd October 2018, gamers who purchase the OMEN by HP series stand a chance to win a trip for two to catch the OMEN Challenger Series Tournament LIVE in Bangkok, Thailand from 2 – 4 November 2018. A total of 3 pairs of winners will be chosen.4

For more information about the OMEN by HP ecosystem of gaming PCs, displays and accessories, visit here.

1. Based on HP internal testing, an OMEN 15 with 32GB DDR4-2666 RAM, i7 CPU, and GTX 1070 Max Q graphics can be considered most powerful 15” OMEN.

2. Must activate OMEN Game Stream account on your OMEN PC and download the OMEN Command Center app from the Microsoft Store onto other Windows 10 PCs. Game Stream requirements: OS – Microsoft Windows 10 (Fall Creators Update or later); Network

– Minimum upload and download speeds of 10Mbps at 5GHz; CPU – X Generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor or better; GPU – Intel® HD 4000 / NVIDIA® 8000 series / AMD® 2000 series or better with latest graphics drivers; System Memory – 4GB DDR3

3. Pricing from HP.com, subject to change without notice. Retailers pricing may vary.

The Rojak Projek Promotes Unity, Culture and Diversity via “Rediscovering Each Other”

An initiative by TRP CREATIVES, a social enterprise it focuses on creating positive understanding and awareness by promoting unity, culture and diversity.

Co-Founders of The Rojak Projek, Rachel Lee, Faye Lim and Jon Cool

Led by a group of young Malaysians who travelled around Malaysia, they filmed a documentary called, “Rediscovering Each Other” which depicts their journey in transforming the idea of being ethnically colour-blind to colour-embracing; in a time where the call for unity has never been more profound. Through their travels they found that Malaysians are very ‘Rojak’ (mixed), and that speaks about the beauty and diversity of Malaysia.

The Rojak Projek's concept (from colour-blindness to colour-embracing)
Q. SO, WHAT DOES “COLOUR-EMBRACING” MEANS TO ‘THE ROJAK PROJEK’?
“People would think that the way to achieve unity among our differences is to be a colour-blind nation. However, we, The Rojak Projek, think otherwise. MALAYSIANS belong to uncountable cultures and traditions… that is just how different and diverse we are as a nation. We believe that our colours, our incredibly vibrant diversity and culture should be fully embraced. It is what makes us who we are, not something to be diluted.”

Q. SO WHAT DOES ‘INCLUSIVENESS’ MEAN TO ‘THE ROJAK PROJEK’?
Inclusiveness as what Faye Lim and Rachel Lee shared with Astro Awani on 13th August 2018 regarding their adopted Kelabit mother, Mummy Supang Tagong.

“A friend we met along our journey, Anderson Kalang, brought us to Miri to meet his mother and toward the end of our trip, she adopted us as her own, as family. From then on, we were referred to as cousins and introduced to other family members as our “cousins”. She could have easily said, “This is Anderson’s cousin…”. She didn’t. Instead, she said, “This is your cousin”.

In between all the journey of travelling around Malaysia (2016-2017), they had public events called, ‘The Rojak Party’, a social event where attendees are encouraged to eat, share, embrace and learn from and with each other to explore what it means to be a united nation. There was food to eat and friends to make during these events.

The Rojak Projek held its first Rojak Party in March 2015 and opened it to public in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor areas from October 2016 until May 2017 on the 16th of every month to reinforce the idea of Malaysia, for all Malaysians.

Jon Cool, Co-Founder of The Rojak Projek was there to capture all the ‘Black & White’ portraits while we collected information and stories for our experiment. We noticed that there were cultures and heritages (ethnicities) that we’d never heard of that were listed in our forms.

Note that many of us had not known about the existence of Malaysia Day, the formation of federation between Malaya, North Borneo (Sabah), Sarawak and Singapore on 16th September 1963 as many of us here in West Malaysia mostly celebrate Merdeka Day (31st August 1957).

This was the moment when we had no idea that due to our lack of acknowledgement to Malaysia Day, it was a sign of not acknowledging the existence of others in Sabah and Sarawak.

The Rojak Projek team have also produced 540 food artworks (2015-2017) showcasing Malaysians from all 13 states.

Why 540?

Because Malaysia was born on the 16th of September 1963 (54 years prior to 2017) when East Malaysia was included as an essential part of the Malaysian Federation. Without Sabah and Sarawak, Malaysia will not be the Malaysia it is today.

Q. SO, WHY FOOD?
“Food is symbolic of love when words are inadequate and our Malaysian food takes it to the next level, and we Malaysians know it! Our food has always been the gesture of peace which allows us to sit, eat and enjoy each other’s company despite our differences. It is our differences that makes us unique. These artworks are about showcasing not only the beauty in variety of Malaysian food but the message that our diversity is equally beautiful.”

Q. SO WHAT HAPPENED AFTER YOU CREATED THE FOOD?
“All the food were eaten, packed, documented, and delivered to bless others. We also gained terrible weight for the entire year!!! With the works we’ve done so far, we’ve only managed to cover a portion of Malaysia in its entirety! That means that there is so much more to discover!”

The Rojak Projek will be showcasing their documentary on Merdeka Day (Independence Day) at Lot 10, Kuala Lumpur. Furthermore, they will be showcasing an exhibition of 550 artworks (another 10 additional artworks will be created in conjunction to Malaysia’s 55th birthday) in collaboration with Perdana Fellows Alumni Association’s, “Youth Festival of Ideas 2018” at Sunway University on 15th September 2018.

For more information about PFAA’s event:
Youth Festival of Ideas (YFI) aims to bridge the gap between young Malaysians from
different backgrounds and interests to have open dialogue and celebrations differences.

Date: 15th September 2018
Location: Sunway University (court)
Time: 9.00am-5.00pm

The Rojak Projek’s highlight at 1.00pm-1.45pm to showcase the largest artwork exhibition*

The purpose of this is to pave a way to inspire younger Malaysians to begin their own journey of being problem solvers, carrying the responsibilities of bridging gaps together. Our hope is that this will become a larger Malaysian nation building movement.

“The ultimate aim is to break ignorance and allow our nation to know each other better. We cannot do it alone and this has to be a nationwide project.” – Faye Lim, Co-Founder of The Rojak Projek

To know more about our journey, what were our challenges, and not to mentioned to view our conceptual artworks, please go to: www.therojakprojek.com/phase-2

Want to know more info? Find us on:

For ‘The Rojak Party’ images:
https://www.facebook.com/pg/therojakprojek/photos/?tab=album&album_id=960780174065889

For ‘Black & White’ portraits:
https://www.facebook.com/pg/therojakprojek/photos/?tab=album&album_id=715053728638536
OUR BACK STORY
It started off as an idea at the end of 2014 when, over the years, more and more negativity seem to surface around Malaysia. This slowly grew as we met new friends to join in on this persistent mission throughout 2015. The beginnings of these efforts were launched on New Years, 2016, for and with our fellow Malaysians to show new, creative and positive forms of how our Malaysian diversity is truly beautiful.

CO-FOUNDERS BACKGROUND
1) Lim Sheng Feiyan (also known as Faye Lim) is a Malaysian Conceptual Artist who believes in serving her country. She received her Diploma in Advertising & Graphic Design from The One Academy Communication Design, Malaysia. She is a visualiser and her strength lies in her conceptualism and her determination to show how unique, strong and beautiful we are together as Malaysians through creativity. After witnessing many challenging event that happened in Malaysia, she took a risk and embarked on a journey to travel around Malaysia to focus on inspiring unity, culture and diversity through creativity and thus ‘The Rojak Projek’ is born.

2) Rachel Lee is an Architect that graduated with her Masters of Architecture from the University of Newcastle, Australia. She is also active in her other interest such as humanitarian efforts, awareness movements and inclusive & sustainable building. Rachel left Australia early 2015 to return to Malaysia as she saw the beauty, potential and strength her country has and that lied in their diversity. Though she has a formal design and construction background, she truly found her passion in social and community work and decided to go hand in hand with Faye and Jon to start off ‘The Rojak Projek’.

3) Jonathan Chong (also known as Jon Cool) is a self-taught professional photographer, best known for his portraiture work. Through his photography, he realised the treasure in Malaysian diversity and had a vision to bring Malaysians together to embrace each other’s differences. Along with Faye and Rachel, he co-founded The Rojak Projek and used his passion of photography throughout The Rojak Projek’s journey.