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To develop more people to reach their fullest potential, that is one of Nur Farisya Abdul Shukor’s mission and vision for life. She knows that there is more to life worth living, which is having a true purpose and helping others achieve their goals and dreams.


Farisya has 11 years professional working experience in Corporate Communications/ PR/ Marketing and Business Development. She has a Diploma in Communication and Media Studies from Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) and a Bachelor Degree (BA) in Public Relations from Deakin University Australia. Nur Farisya Abdul Shukor is currently the Business Development and Special Project Manager with Direct English Malaysia / Melewar Learning Resources.

Apart from her full-time work in the education and training sector, she is also a Freelance Professional Emcee, Moderator, Voice Over Talent, Professional and Youth Mentor. 

She has delivered talks to students from various institutions of higher learning in the country and also to Young Malaysian Diplomats from Wisma Putra Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations (IDFR). She also active in education advocacy via social medial and is given the recognition as the “70 Rising Personalities and Linked In in Malaysia 2020” by Marketing in Asia.




Yakiniku simply means “grilled meat” in Japanese, and is popular among those who fancy barbeque food. In this video, Chef Vic shares how you can enjoy Lamb Yakiniku, a recipe of his own using slices of Australian lamb pan fried, served with toasted sourdough and accompanied with a refreshing minty apple salad.


  • 1kg Australian lamb leg, cut into pieces

  • 1 litre Water

  • 1 inch Ginger, crushed

  • 1 Soup Leaf

  • 2 Cinnamon 

  • 2 Star Anise

  • 2 Cloves

  • 1 tsp Salt

  • ½ tsp Pepper

  • 3 Garlic, grind to fine paste

  • 3 Onions, grind to fine paste

  • 1 Onions, sliced

  • 3 Ginger, grind to fine paste

  • 2 tbsp Soup seasoning

  • 1 stalk Celery

  • 1 Tomato


  1. Fill the pot with water and bring to boil.

  2. Add in the crushed ginger, star anise, cinnamon and cloves. Cover the pot

  3. Add in celery and tomato to the pot.

  4. Add in the soup seasoning and salt & pepper

  5.  Meanwhile , heat the frying pan and fry the grind paste till fragrant.

  6. Then, add the ingredients into the pot.

  7.  Add in diced Onions and cover the pot.