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Play Doh Malaysia Celebrate Malaysia Day and World Play-Doh Day

Assalamualaikum

SELANGOR,
16 SEPTEMBER 2017
– Play-Doh Malaysia has scouted their first
Doh-Bassador of Creativity through its inaugural contest, organised by Hasbro
Toy (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd last month. The winner, Eunice Foong Yin Tong, 9 years
old, had the opportunity to work with Michelle Lim (Instagram: @foodmakesfun),
a food artist to create a series of Malaysian-inspired Play-Doh sculptures to
celebrate both Malaysia Day and World Play-Doh Day!
From right:

Michelle Lim, food artist and Play-Doh Malaysia’s first Doh-Bassador of
Creativity, Eunice Foong posing with their Malaysian-inspired Play-Doh Food
sculptures. Play-Doh Malaysia embarked on a nationwide search to find
Malaysia’s most creative child.


 
Both Malaysia Day and World Play-Doh Day fall on
16 September 2017, and this year Play-Doh Malaysia celebrated it in a special
way by unveiling a series of Malaysian-inspired food made with Play-Doh
compound.
 

Eunice and Michelle working closely to create
one of the famous Malaysian cuisines – Nasi
lemak
using Play-Doh compound. 
“I am so happy to be selected as the winner and
receiving so many Play-Doh products! I have always wanted to own more Play-Doh
products and now I have fulfilled my wish to do my version of “masak-masak” and
more at home! It is fun and challenging! ” said Eunice.
With
Michelle’s guidance and help, Eunice and she have sculpted a series of Malaysian-favourite
foods, including Nasi lemak, Satay, Roti
canai, Dim sum,
and Ice kacang. In
addition, Michelle Lim, a talented mother with two young kids, has been
showcasing her food-creation talents with Play-Doh on her Instagram; showing how
Play-Doh encourages creativity and “Open-ing
A Can of Imagination
”.  
 

Play-Doh Malaysia’s first Doh-Bassador of
Creativity, Eunice Foong Yin Tong with her prize, RM1,000 worth of Play-Doh
products.
Kelly
Yip, Brand Manager for Hasbro Toy (Malaysia)
said, “Play-Doh is known
as a teaching tool to promote the development of children’s motor skills,
communication skills, and sensory experience and creativity. When you open a can of Play-Doh
compound, it inspires endless possibilities and we encourage parents to
cultivate their children’s creative minds, and spend more quality time with
them while exploring different ideas. With World Play-Doh Day and Malaysia Day
falling on 16 September, it is only right to create a series of food that
carries the Malaysian identity with Play-Doh. This campaign has
attracted a lot of good entries and selecting the winner was not easy. What
gave Eunice the edge was her creativity and how she interpreted her creation.
We are happy to have Michelle and Eunice on board with Play-Doh to celebrate
this year’s World Play-Doh in a Malaysian way.”
 

Kelly Yip,
Brand Manager of Hasbro Toy (Malaysia), Eunice Foong, winner of Play-Doh
Malaysia’s Doh-Bassador of Creativity Contest, and Michelle Lim, food artist
after presenting their Malaysian-inspired food made with Play-Doh compound.
(Ice kacang,
roti canai, dim sum, nasi lemak, satay) 
Rina,
Editor of The Malaysian Women’s Weekly
said, “We are pleased to support this campaign
as a media partner. As parents, it is important to foster children’s
creativity, and also to encourage them to participate in arts. We want to share
this with our readers, and The Malaysian Women’s Weekly has always been about
delivering the message to parents on the importance of cultivating and
nurturing a healthy and creative mind. We were very impressed after witnessing
the sculptures that came from the hands and minds of Eunice and Michelle.”
 

Nasi Lemak, one of
the Malaysian inspired sculptures by Eunice, Play-Doh Malaysia’s first
Doh-Bassador of Creativity, sculpted with the help of food artist Michelle Lim.

Play-Doh made Malaysian cuisine, ice kacang – One of the ideal desserts
to chill your days in our all-year-long summer weather in Malaysia.

How about having some satay during your catch-up
session with your friends? With Michelle’s guidance, Eunice has managed to
create her very first satay dish
using Play-Doh compound!

“Whenever I’m
having it for breakfast, brunch, lunch, tea, or dinner – having dim sum is
always an occasion with my family and loved ones,” said food artist Michelle
Lim.
With humble beginnings as wallpaper cleaner, the
Play-Doh brand has come a long way. Starting off with only four colours of red,
blue, yellow and white when they started, the modelling compound brand is now
available in more than 50 colours! More than
three billion cans of Play-Doh compound have been squished and squashed since
1956. Following Play-Doh’s 60th
Anniversary last year, the Play-Doh brand continues to encourage creative,
hands-on play with its various playsets such as Kitchen Creations, Food Role
Play, Shape and Learn and the brand new digital playset Play-Doh Touch.
More information and updates can be found on http://www.playdoh.com

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