Co - Founders
"We believe that every Malaysian has a part to play to make this country great and it all starts by us trying. We believe that together, we can do our part to make everything better."
Director of TRP Creatives.
Creative Director in Canvas Art.
Lim Sheng Feiyan (also known as Faye Lim) is a Malaysian Social and Conceptual Artist who believes in serving her country. She received her Diploma in Advertising & Graphic Design from The One Academy Communication Design, Malaysia. She works as a Creative Director, Graphic Designer, Digital Photo Restoration, Digital Portrait Painter of many Malaysia's Royal Families and VIPs in Canvas Art Sdn. Bhd. She is a visualiser and her strength lies in her conceptualism and her determination to show how unique, strong and beautiful we are together as Malaysians through creativity. After witnessing many challenging event that happened in Malaysia, she embarks on a new journey establishing TRP Creatives, a social enterprise that focuses on inspiring and mobilising Malaysian unity, culture and diversity through creativity and thus 'The Rojak Projek' is born.
Jonathan Chong (also known as Jon Cool) is a self-taught professional photographer, best known for his portraiture work. He is a The One Academy Interior Design graduate but decided to pursue one of his biggest passions, photography. He co-founded Movimento Productions that is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia where he and his team handles the entire production of media materials such as photography, videograpahy, graphics and post production. He prides his production house as one that has depth and heart. He currently runs a new company ELMT Studio (Element studio). Through his photography, he realised the treasure in Malaysian diversity and had a vision to bring Malaysians together to embrace each other’s differences. Along with Faye and Rachel, he co-founded The Rojak Projek and used his passion of photography throughout The Rojak Projek's journey.
Rachel Lee is a registered Graduate Architect that graduated with her Masters of Architecture from the University of Newcastle, Australia. Aside from architecture, she has experience in town planning, project management, art & design and social/community work. Aside from her formal experience, she is also active in her other interest such as humanitarian efforts, awareness movements and inclusive & sustainable building. She has also experience in developing an online collaborative design platform, Buildables. Rachel left Australia early 2015 to return to Malaysia as she saw the beauty, potential and strength her country has and that lied in their diversity. Though she has a formal design and construction background, she truly found her passion in social and community work and decided to go hand in hand with Faye and Jon to start off 'The Rojak Projek' until 2018. She maintains as an advisor and active supporter to The Rojak Projek.
Malaysia tak sama, kalau kita tak bersama
(Malaysia is never the same if we are not together)
“We must each always think first of Malaysia, of the national need and least of ourselves… Everyone must try to help and see that the people are one-minded, with loyalty and one aim, to make Malaysia – the land we love – a happy abode for all of us. If we all do this then we can guarantee liberty, security, prosperity and happiness for the future."
— Tunku Abdul Rahman, First Prime Minister of Malaysia