Christmas Day set lunch & dinner
Category: Anak Perak
By See Foon Chan-Koppen For someone to whom giving is second nature, Dr Peggy Wong came beaming into the restaurant bearing gifts for the three of us. Coming to Ipoh from KL just for the day, the fact that she even had time to think about a ‘little something’ Chinese New Year gift during her […]
Dato’ Daniel Tay is a modest man. When I suggested that I interview him for my Anak Perak column, he hemmed and hawed like a girl who has just received a marriage proposal and finally relented after persistent cajoling on my part.
Perhaps it is no coincidence that the Lee Eye Centre’s newly acquired Wavelight Refractive Suite, a state-of-the-art laser vision-correction platform and the first of its kind in Asia
She came bearing gifts of delicious pastries from her son’s cake shop the Deli Garden, a caring gesture that is revealing of Nancy Chang Hong Chee
Blazes Trail in Leadership and Service They say that actions speak louder than words and when the entire staff and consultants of the Pantai Hospital Ipoh, conspire to throw a surprise party for CEO Dr. Dilshaad Ali, going to great lengths to track down old classmates, teachers and colleagues for their birthday messages, you know […]
I guess you have to have the ‘gift of the gab’ to be a successful Emcee and that is what K.T. Pillai has in abundance. Effervescent as a glass of champagne, one will probably have to ‘cork’ him up for him to stop talking….and in a multitude of languages at that. Fluent in Malay, Chinese […]
They say that it runs in your genes but whether it was hearing his parents crooning day and night, or watching them perform professionally and picking up by ‘osmosis’, Iqwal Hafiz is a young singing sensation who has set his sights on recording in the USA and following in the footsteps of his idol Michael Jackson.
When one of your 18 children is an international superstar, you have every reason to rest on your laurels but not Dato’ Yeoh Kian Teik
Julie Song, Ipoh’s own restaurateur/chef extraordinaire has once again helped put Ipoh on the culinary and tourist map.
A fourth-year medical student from Ipoh, Balveena Dhaliwal, won the 2009 RANZCOG (Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists) Women’s Health Award.