Klang Valley eatery's innovative nasi lemak scheme helps needy families become entrepreneurs


To date, Ng has helped nearly 20 families with her nasi lemak scheme.

Restaurant owner Zenda Ng knew she needed to do something to help when the white flag movement started gaining traction a few weeks ago.

Ng is the founder of Jom Makan Place, an eatery that has been around for 14 years. Last year, Ng launched a new brand called Nasi Lemak Dateen by Jom Makan Place.

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