Stacking one's chips

Stacking one's chips
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KUALA LUMPUR (March 13): As chip brand Mister Potato celebrates its 30th anniversary by signing on a new ambassador, South Korean star Cha Eun-Woo, group executive director of family-owned Mamee-Double Decker Pierre Pang talks to Options about the power of partnerships, the role of visionary leadership and a secret sauce that holds it all together.

Articulate and brimming with passion, Pang speaks fondly of the company’s humble beginnings, his father and grandfather’s uniquely forward-thinking stewardship of the Melaka-born food company and his plans for the company, which harness the energy of creative collaborations that will transform Mamee-Double Decker from a food manufacturer to a global snacking platform. On the topic of food and drink, check out our review of two new KL bars and what The Datai Langkawi’s most recent chef series promises gourmands. The hotel itself is worth a visit, in case you have yet to do so.

There’s a bit of everything in Options this week, right from a curated list of accessories to update the urban male wardrobe and a feature on architect Melvin Kanny on his jewellery line, Zikurat, to a look at Staghorntuary, a creative business that sells interested customers these unique plants mounted on varied backgrounds for special interest.

For a dose of feel-good content, multi-disciplinary artist Ernest Zacharevic talks about his latest exhibition Everything Will Be OK, while Cancer Research Malaysia’s Professor Datin Paduka Teo Soo-Hwang provides updates on a new Asian Risk Calculator for breast cancer, the first of its kind in Asia.

Read more about it in The Edge Malaysia weekly’s March 14 edition.

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