| Aziz Idris |
KINGSTON Beverage and Creamery Sdn Bhd through the LKY Charity for Autism Society brought cheers to autistic children in the Sultanate by sponsoring 369 free tickets to catch the upcoming Dino Park exhibition to be held at the Bridex Hall, Jerudong, from March 7 to April 12.
Managing Director of Kingston Beverage & Creamery Sdn Bhd, Malcolm Lim, presented a mock complimentary ticket to the President of SMARTER Brunei, Malai Hj Abdullah bin Malai Hj Othman.
The handover was held at BACA SMARTER Centre, Jalan Jangsak, yesterday.
LKY Charity for Autism Society is a newly establish charity foundation spearheaded by Malcolm Lim in honour of his eight-year-old son, Lim Kun Yuan, who was diagnosed with autism four years ago.
“This donation is very personal for me and is very meaningful to my family,” said Lim, who was accompanied by his wife, Eileen.
“We hope this donation will open the eyes of the public and raise awareness on autism in the country.” Lim told reporters that the donation is also part of Kingston Sdn Bhd’s corporate social responsibility and the company’s long-term sponsorship under his son’s name, Lim Kun Yuan (LKY).
LKY Charity for Autism Society caters to autistic children from in and outside of Brunei.
Held in collaboration with ATPD Sdn Bhd, Digimark Enterprise, Xplorer and Welcom Enterprise, the Dino Park exhibition will be held for 37 days starting March 7 until April 12 at the Bridex Hall in Jerudong.
Tickets for the Dino park exhibition are currently priced at $30 per adult and $15 for children aged three to 12.
It will feature animatronic dinosaurs, an 11m tall dinosaur, movies made in “5 D and 7 D” which have never been seen in Brunei, as well as a chance to experience being on-board a futuristic transport device.