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Sharlyn is an industry veteran. She has been a professional emcee Singapore providing excellent emcee services for the past decades and is currently one of the most sought after emcees in Singapore.

“If you like to learn more about her thoughts and motivations, you can read some of the articles She has written here. ”

Emcee Sharlyn Was at Grand Hyatt Singapore

by Sharlyn Lim, June 6, 2019
Emcee Sharlyn is at Grand Hyatt Singapore. The best form of job satisfaction ➡️when an attendee come up to you and complimented you on the excellent style of your hosting & she truly enjoyed the entire day's forum. - IDC Inaugural Business Innovation Forum @grandhyattsing Delighted to host, learn, rethink, and analyse the future with industry leaders who shed light on key trends of Industry 4.0, Robotics and Cognitive/ AI, Cloud & Big Data. . Future AI is so revolutionary! 🤖 Supercomputers have already beaten Humans in Chess, Poker etc. I'm in awe of #artificialintelligence #idc

Emcee Sharlyn Was At Hotel Fort Canning

by Sharlyn Lim, June 5, 2019
Emcee Sharlyn At Hotel Fort Canning Despite wheelchair-bound & partial paralysed from a motorbike accident, Chef Haikal Johari is the 1st Malay Chef in SG to earn a Michelin Star. He is making a splash in the culinary circles & also part of the team that helped Alma by Juan Amador earned a Michelin star Total respect for Chef Haikal! I could feel his passion for food & cooking thru our interaction. During our session while hosting Eat Your History @Food Village, he shared with me his creation Gulai Kambing Nanas was based on an original recipe from Minangkabau people...
Emcee Sharlyn is with Sharlyn Lim and Eric Neo at Fort Canning. Eat Your History @Food Village: Part of SG Bicentennial event, learning history of Singapore through food. Chef Violet Oon, the grand dame of Peranakan cooking prepared Itek Sio. Tender braised duck simmered in a gravy of tamarind, dark soya sauce and coriander. Itek Sio is usually enjoyed by Singapore Peranakans at big feasts, or tok panjang, with friends and family. Do you know in the past, Hainanese were hired as cooks working for British, & other Europeans & they have gone on to open quite a number of...
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