by Danial Siah
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From the left : GenYouth chief executive officer Eldrick Koh, Malaysia Retail Chain Association president Shirley Tay, Cheuy, Malaysian Franchise Association chairman Datuk Dr Radzali Hassan and SME Association of Malaysia president Ding Hong Sing.

The Royal Embassy of Cambodia had just promoted their exports products like PALM sugar from Kampong Speu and Pepper from Kampot at a luncheon which was hosted at Pavillion Hotel. Dishes that were featured in Taste of Angkor cookbook by the kingdom’s Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Ministry were provided to the guests. The event was in conjunction with its 68th Independence Day celebrations and its takeover of the Asean chairmanship for 2022.

The occasion also witnessed the signing of memorandums of understanding (MOUs) with the Malaysian Retail Chain Association, the Malaysian Franchise Association, the Malaysian Small and Medium Enterprises Association, and GenYouth, which provide opportunities for the youths to get industry exposure. The agreement effectively opens the door for cooperation and possibilities that can benefit all parties involved.

During the welcome speech, Cambodia’s ambassador to Malaysia Cheuy Vichet, said “For the first time in Malaysia, we are hosting an event for guests to discover and taste the real flavours of Cambodian food in Malaysia.”

Dragon-i Group adviser Datuk Henry Yip believe that Cambodian food will would sustain well in the local market as he stated “If the local market can accept Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, they should have no problem with Cambodian dishes.”

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