K.T. and Hoong Ling are both full time professional emcees, the duo and Khen Lim became instant great friends to eventually bring you the PROMPT Basic and Workshop! JOIN now to Learn PROMPTly, Master PROMPTly and Earn PROMPTly!
K.T.Pillai graduated from University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada in 1984 majoring in Marketing/Mass Communication & Broadcasting. He has over 20 years experience in handling various functions and events that include national level open house, events for royalties, Prime Minister & Cabinet Ministers, international symposiums, conventions, annual dinners, official opening ceremonies, family day, corporate events etc. and is a well-known and popular Master of Ceremony, public speaker and trainer. He has also handled events in Singapore & Thailand for multi-national companies.
A natural and gifted speaker, he also presents his seminars in an interesting, hilarious and effective way. He had successfully conducted various training/motivational seminars and workshops at Ipoh City & Country Club, Perak Shooting Association, Kampar Club, Lions Club, Rotary Club, Y’s Men Club of Ipoh, Majlis Bandaraya Ipoh (Ipoh City Council), MCA Perak, Perak Hoteliers Association, C.S.T. Auto Sdn Bhd, Scanwolf Industries Sdn Bhd, Pageant Promotions Sdn Bhd (for all finalists of Miss Malaysia Universe & Mrs. Malaysia World Pageants), Twin Creeks Technologies (USA), Red Solar and others.
His seminar are educational, interesting, easy to understand and enjoyable. All participants will be guided and enriched with the BEST guidance and learning experience.
For more information, browse to his website at http://www.prproject.com.my
Chew Hoong Ling graduated from Thames Valley University, UK in Information Systems. She has been emceeing since school days and privileged enough to host an event for a royal family member even before she barely graduated from high school. The multi-talented Hoong Ling was also a TV Presenter for Selamat Pagi Malaysia during her college days, and currently deejays at DurianFM.com weekly.
Actively involved in social causes including youths, women's rights, social entrepreneurship, crime prevention and particularly organ donation, she donated part of her liver to a stranger in 2009. Her book chronicles her journey in giving her liver entitled "I Don't Know You but Let Me Save You" and its Chinese translation, "我把肝脏给了一位伯生人", has encouraged many people to pledge their organs.
Hoong Ling is a multi-award winner having won the Selangor Youth Award 2006 (Volunteerism), Great Woman of Our Time Award 2008 (Education and Public Services), Lions Club International 308-B1 District Governor's Distinguished Service Award 2009 and National Youth Premier Award 2011 presented by the Right Honourable Prime Minister of Malaysia.
For more information, browse to her website at http://www.hoongling.com
Having boarded at the Geelong College for his matriculation and then followed by a Humanities programme majoring in Journalism at Deakin University, Khen’s mastery of the English language had early underpinnings. At boarding school, he moonlighted as a proof-reader for his fellow boarding students’ essays and assignments, a habit he transitioned to his university days. The only regret he has with these stints were that he was never paid! During his years of studying Journalism, Khen would conduct his own tutorial classes, again teaching his fellow Aussie lecture mates – literarily unheard of but stranger things have happened still! Upon finishing his university studies, Khen’s career hit a rich vein of diverse twists and turns. In Australia he has since worked for Olympus and Honda. He was also a freelance photographer working on projects ranging from automobiles to landscapes and even cheese. In his student days, Khen founded the Deakin Press Club and before that, he had also established the Daniel Mannix Photographic Society at Monash University where he did not complete his degree in Economics. While working for Olympus under Rudolf Gunz Photographics in Melbourne, he founded the Olympus Camera Club of Australia (OCCA).
On his return to Malaysia, Khen worked on many varied projects that ranged from photography to computing and also to his mastery of the English language. He briefly provided copywriting services at one time for video narration purposes. He has written numerous technical manuals for photography purposes as well as instructional documentation for network computing. He has even provided training to local law firms in matters to do with how they can improve on their use of English.
Khen’s prodigiousness in the use of technically accurate English is well known in local circles although he doesn’t market himself as broadly as he should. Nonetheless, watch him for an hour or so and you will discover how he effortlessly picks up all the grammatical and spelling errors he detects in the things he reads, listens and sees. And he does all these with a sense of professionalism and hawkishness that businesses would do well to seek his services.