Kuala Lumpur, 2 March 2015 - In conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebrations, the KFC Malaysia team organized a Chinese New Year party and brought cheer to some 80 children and senior citizens from three charity homes around Ipoh last Thursday.
The CNY party which was a part of KFC’s corporate social responsibility commitment to local charity projects, brought joy and smiles to the children and senior citizens as they were all presented with some ang pows and goodies.
The KFC team arrived at the event location early in the morning to put up lanterns, balloons and decorations to create a CNY party atmosphere for the special guests to enjoy. The day was filled with fun, games, and entertainment by Awang the clown who made them smile and laugh throughout the evening.
They were also treated to a lion dance performance, magic show, fun and games, singing and dancing before sharing a meal of KFC fried chicken, nuggets, and whipped potato with their guardians and the rest of the KFC team members.
“We are thankful to KFC for organizing this CNY party for the children to enjoy. A party such as this really made the children and senior citizens very happy because they were able to enjoy the taste of KFC fried chicken, something they don’t always get to eat,” said Ms. Elena Wong, guardian from one of the homes present.
2 April, 2019
Brace yourselves KFC fans: one of the nation’s most popular KFC products has made a comeback. KFC Malaysia is bringing back its iconic Popcorn Chicken by popular demand. This time with a new exciting Hot & Spicy flavour.
February 21, 2019
KFC Malaysia is turning up the heat with the limited-time offer, KFC Ghost Pepper. Inspired by the flavours of Ghost Pepper, which is known as one of the world’s hottest chili pepper, this latest innovation is set to send a fiery heat thrill that grows with every bite.
January 8, 2019
A unique gastronomic experience awaits the adventure seekers as KFC debuts a delicious cheese and truffle concoction for a limited time only – the NEW KFC Parmesan Truffle Crunch.