Kohler and the Arts Exhibition

In the last few weeks, Everyday Food I Love was invited to an art exhibition at the Players Club Kuala Lumpur (TPCKL). It was held at the Piano Lounge from 26th - 30th October and featured arts of six artist from six countries in Southeast Asia; Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

Mr. Peter Oesch, the Director of Marketing and Communications K&B Asia Pacific was present at the event to speak to attendees about some of Kohler’s products and talk about the passion behind the art exhibits, both of which the former and the latter were on display. He was very knowledgeable and spoke with passion about the importance of art and the subtle influence it has in our everyday lives. Malaysian celebrity Amber Chia was also present to grace the event and add her delightful charm to the proceedings. It was thrilling to have met her, I found her very warm and charming (and also tall, lols).
Mr. Peter Oesch, the Director of Marketing and Communications K and B Asia Pacific.
The beautiful Amber Chia; Supermodel, Actress and Ambassador.
As the leading innovator of stylish and efficient Kitchen and Bathroom (K&B) fixtures since 1873, Kohler has been keeping very well with the times and it shows in their fine range of products. From the state-of-the-art Intelligent Toilet and Cleansing Seats, to the stylish shower heads and faucets, everything Kohler offers is use worthy and made of durable materials with a fine finish that is not only easy to install, but also easy to maintain.
“At Kohler, we believe great design is form and function in perfect harmony with the environment. This means designing products that don’t just look beautiful and perform exceptionally well, but also use significantly less water. Because lowering your water usage shouldn’t mean lowering your standards.”
DID YOU KNOW? Besides being stylish and innovative, Kohler is also committed to sustainability and the conservation of the environment, especially the usage of water. In order to address the challenges of water shortages and the environmental impact of human activity on the planet, Kohler strives towards new designs that help you to Save Water Every Day by using less without loss or hindrance to your personal standards of safety and cleanliness. They are also committed to raising awareness about water conservation and to this end are helping consumers learn more about how to save water at home. They are also proud partners of WaterSense®, an Environmental Protection Agency’s partnership program that helps consumer and manufacturers in the creation and identification of products that offer substantial water savings which meets an austere standard of performance. If you would like to learn more about Kohler and their large range of products, visit them at https://www.kohler.com or their more specific page at http://kohlerasiapacific.com
After spending sometime presenting some of Kohler’s magnificent range of products and fielding a short Q and A session, Mr. Oesch brought us down to the Piano Lounge where he led a short tour and presentation about the intriguing art exhibits displayed. The art exhibits were interesting and varied with a variety of mediums including ceramics, glass and cast iron.

The six contributing artist were Mr. James Seet from Malaysia (http://jamesseetart.com), Mdm. Sudsiri Pui-Ock from Thailand (http://sudsiripuiock.com), Mr. Thomas Cheong from Singapore (http://www.thomascheong.com), Dr. Ahadiat Joedawinata from Indonesia, Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Lam from Vietnam (http://www.imagallery.org/nguyen-ngoc-lam) and Mr. Hadrian Mendoza from the Philippines (http://www.hadrianmendozapottery.com). Each of them presented art pieces based on a theme.

DID YOU KNOW? Kohler has had a strong art influence when some of their products were picked to become a permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 1929. Since then, the John Michael Kohler Arts Center (1967) and Kohler Co. (1873) has been supporting artists from their homebase in Wisconsin.

“Our MISSION is to generate a creative exchange between artists and the public.”
While I was there, we had the opportunity to check out other interesting events happening at the same time. The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) was there with a large booth to raise Breast Cancer Awareness and I also had time to catch the final moments of the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia Tournament which took place on the 27-30 October. With a prize money of $1.8 million, it was pretty tense and yet exciting! The Champion of the tournament was Shan Feng of china who walked away with a cool $270,000.00
If you wanna learn more about the LPGA or the tournament, or even find out a little more about who the participants were, check out their link here at http://www.lpga.com/tournaments/sime-darby-lpga-malaysia/results.
All-in-all, it turned out to be a very interesting Sunday. Special thanks go to Kohler Co. and Ms. Illani Azalia from Beyond PR for the invite. See you at your next fantastic event! With Best Regards, Marv.7 @ Everyday Food I Love #WOLO

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