University hosts breakfast in record-breaking event

(From left) Taylor’s University chief financial officer Cheryl Chee and Foo accepting the Malaysia Book of Records certification for Most Participants in a Nasi Lemak Breakfast Session from its chief marketing officer Jwan Heah Yeow Hooi.

TAYLOR’S University concluded a National Day and Malaysia Day celebration at its scenic Taylor’s Lakeside Campus in Subang Jaya, Selangor, with a special breakfast event.

The “Campur2 Nasi Lemak” experience was inspired by the university’s festive video Campur2, and saw the participation of over 1,000 individuals comprising Malaysians, international participants and students from several universities.

Nasi lemak and its various sides were thoughtfully crafted by students and lecturers of Taylor’s Culinary Institute.

The video portrayed the harmony that arises from embracing diversity, which prompted the university to create an event that brought this message to life.

In Campur2, the blending of diverse ingredients mirrors the amalgamation of cultures, languages and traditions that define Malaysia.

“Taylor’s is firmly committed to its mission of fostering unity through diversity.

“Our ‘Campur2 Nasi Lemak’ event stands as a powerful testament to this commitment, showcasing how our vibrant community embraces the beauty of our differences while celebrating the shared values that bind us together,” said Taylor’s Group chief marketing officer Ben Foo.

“Our student body hails from myriad nationalities, and it is this very diversity that propels us to celebrate the Taylorian community, stemming from various cultures as well.

“This event, coupled with our heartwarming festive video, beautifully exemplifies our unwavering dedication to creating impactful experiences that not only transcend boundaries but also deeply resonate with the intricate tapestry of Malaysia’s rich cultural heritage,” he said.

“Campur2 Nasi Lemak” also etched a new record in the “Most Participants in a Nasi Lemak Breakfast Session” category, a feat officially acknowledged by the Malaysia Book of Records.

The camaraderie extended to students from a variety of universities, including Sunway University, Monash University, Asia Pacific University (APU), Xiamen University, Multimedia University, UCSI University, International Multimedia University, Heriot-Watt University and Nottingham University.Campur2 the video has also amassed over 6.6 million views across various social media platforms at the time of writing.

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