Di Hujung Minggu

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Di Hujung Minggu
Photo: Ficus & Jars

By food entrepreneurs Ili Sulaiman (of Dish by Ili) and Basira Yeusuff (of Root Cellar KL), Agak Agak (meaning ‘more or less’ in Malay) is a new food-based social initiative that’s modeled after Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen, where underprivileged youngsters are trained and mentored for a career in food.

Before the official launch on Oct 31, join the creative workshops collectively known as 'Di Hujung Minggu' at Agak Agak and learn how to build your own terrarium, craft floral arrangements and sharpen your watercolour skills. For more info and to register for the workshops, contact Agak Agak.

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