Individuals do not thrive alone, rather they flourish as a group. “No man is an island,” said noted English poet and cleric John Donne. Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (KLK) is one of the companies that acknowledges the importance of human relationships.

On Saturday, March 3, KLK held its annual dinner at their Kelko Clubhouse. The dinner was a way of saying thank you to their staff, suppliers and business partners. Around 450 people turned up for the get-together with many donning their traditional costumes. It was truly a muhibbah (goodwill) gathering consisting of all ethnicities.

There was plenty to savour from a generous spread consisting of both local and western dishes. While enjoying the food and drinks the guests were entertained to a lion dance and a drum performance by students from Yuk Choy High School.

It was a fun-filled occasion for those present. They are looking forward to a similar gathering next year.

Joshua