Kimberly WONG

About Kimberly WONG

Communications major, with a passion for reading, Kimberly (Kim for short) has a knack for learning new languages. Having worked in various industries helped her to further polish her linguistics skills too. Loves a healthy discussion about anything under the sun.

Complexity Of Skin Colour In The Modelling Industry

In the previous article, we shared about the problems along with the empowerment of plus-size models. Beauty enthusiasts know singer Rihanna‘s makeup brand Fenty is popular for its extensive inclusivity of all shades of skin. For the longest time, women Continue reading Complexity Of Skin Colour In The Modelling Industry

Plus-Size Modelling: Is There Such A Thing?

Previously, we shared how to empower women by being confident, and embracing one’s own body. But what if you don’t exactly have the “ideal” body shape? And what if you’re curvy and want to be a part of the modelling Continue reading Plus-Size Modelling: Is There Such A Thing?

The Art And Beauty Of Glamour Modelling

In the previous article, we looked at how catwalk modelling is more than just fashion shows. Rather than brand representation, glamour modelling interests us in the art of self-representation. It also has a more niche market and largely differs in Continue reading The Art And Beauty Of Glamour Modelling

Catwalk Modelling: Eleen Yong’s Incredible Journey

The glamour and the fame of modelling come with equally as much determination and effort. Catwalk modelling or runway modelling has been, and still is, what most people assume the face of the modelling industry as a whole is. Although Continue reading Catwalk Modelling: Eleen Yong’s Incredible Journey

Myths Vs. Facts In The Modelling Industry

What are the myths that exist in the modelling industry? And what are the facts behind those myths? Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes? Well, you’ve stumbled upon the perfect article! The image that comes into mind when Continue reading Myths Vs. Facts In The Modelling Industry

The Significance Of ‘Mamak’ Stalls To Malaysians

A typical scene at a 'mamak' stall in KL. Usually, if you don't find plastic tables and chairs, there would usually be metal tables and chairs placed in the restaurant or stall.

When one thinks of Malaysia, one would no doubt think of the food. Nasi lemak, kuih (local cakes), char kuey teow, you name it! Malaysia’s multiculturalism has contributed to the variety of food we have, which leads us on to Continue reading The Significance Of ‘Mamak’ Stalls To Malaysians