Star Media Group donates RM27,600 to Penang Governor’s Charity Foundation


Star Media Group Berhad group chief executive officer Alex Yeow (left) handing over a mock cheque to Penang Governor’s Charity Foundation CEO Datuk Seri Rozali Mohamud (right) on Wednesday (Jan 24) night. With them is Penang Governor Tun Ahmad Fuzi Abdul Razak.

GEORGE TOWN: Star Media Group Berhad (SMG) has donated a sum of RM27,600 to Penang Governor’s Charity Foundation (Yayasan Amal Tuan Yang Terutama Yang di-Pertua Negri Pulau Pinang) on Wednesday (Jan 24).

The mock cheque was handed over by SMG group chief executive officer Alex Yeow to the foundation CEO, Datuk Seri Rozali Mohamud, in a ceremony held at a hotel, here.

Ahmad Fuzi was present to witness the handover.

Earlier he arrived at about 8.10pm at the hotel restaurant and was welcomed by Yeow, Rozali, M Summit group managing director Datuk Albert Moh and other invited dignitaries.

After the handing over ceremony, Ahmad Fuzi was accompanied by Yeow and Rozali to perform the Yee Sang tossing ceremony with other invited guests.

Ahmad Fuzi and the invited dignitaries then proceeded to dinner that was held at the restaurant.

The event ended at about 11pm.

Others present during the event were; Malaysia Semiconductor Industry Association president Datuk Seri Wong Siew Hai; Vice President of Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Operations managing director for Intel Malaysia AK Chong; Solarvest Project Director Chew Chun Wei; Roncelli Plastics managing director Raymond See Teong Hooi; and Success Transformer Corporation Berhad Datuk executive director Tan Wei Neng.

Also present were SMG general manager client brand marketing Simone Liong See Mun; GSH Precision Technology Group Director J Philip Vincent; and PKT Logistics Group chief operating officer Dr Jason Cheah.

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