Thursday, August 3, 2017


We need your help. Can you help us get your company to #HostSomethingNice between Hari Merdeka to Hari Malaysia? Bring this idea and propose it to your top
management or corporate affairs department.

What is #HostSomethingNice? 
#HostSomethingNice is a campaign to get corporate leaders and organisations to encourage their staff to host a makan-makan at their
homes or office in small groups between people of different races, religions and origins between Hari Merdeka to Hari Malaysia

Why #HostSomethingNice? 
We have strong convictions that the business organisation is one of the best platforms to bring Malaysians together – a platform for UNITY. Business
leaders need to provide leadership and avenues to unite the nation. We need to fill up the leadership gap - urgently. Many Malaysians who grew up
apart, make friends from another race and faith at the work place either as colleagues or customers. This is a strength that we can work on. As
such, we would like to ask for your help to tap this strength the coming Merdeka month to unite Malaysians.


#HostSomethingNice as part of the #SaySomethingNice Campaign

#SaySomethingNice Campaign (#SSNC) is a UNITY campaign.

It is an annual campaign organised by Zubedy and friends since 2011 covering the period between August 31st Hari Merdeka to September 16th Hari Malaysia. The aim
of the campaign is to create a positive Malaysia by 'creating million moments of unity'.  As a nation, we swing from moments of unity to moments of disunity and vice
versa. The more moments of unity we create, the more we dilute the voices of disunity. This is our way forward.

For further information on the #HostSomethingNice, please do not hesitate to contact our
campaign coordinator Syairah at 03-7733 6919 or email
Interested in being part of the #SSNC? Watch this space for updates!

Let us #HostSomethingNice and pay attention to our strength as one nation

zubedy has been around since 1994. We are a for-profit organisation with a social cause. Our experiences in human development training and unity efforts have benefited many individuals and organisations over the years. 

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