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A professional emcee, she emcees since 1993 in school owing to her voice and command in both Malay and English as well as her nature to volunteer to emcee for events in school. Hoong Ling also hosted Selamat Pagi Malaysia (Good Morning Malaysia) talk show in Malay language, live on RTM1 for 2 years during college days. She currently emcees for product launches, corporate events, seminars, royal functions, ministerial events and also invited as moderator and speaker at international conferences. She was also a radio deejay on DurianFM.com every Wednesday, currently an anchor host for inspire.fm.
Hoong Ling is an advocate for social causes including youth development, women's rights, social entrepreneurship, crime prevention and particularly organ donation. She donated part of her liver to a stranger and championed organ donation since 13 years old. Her book chronicles her journey in giving her liver entitled "I Don't Know You but Let Me Save You" and its Chinese translation, "我把肝脏给了一位伯生人", has encouraged many people pledge their organs. She is now a Member in the Public Awareness Action Committee for Organ and Tissue Donation under the Ministry of Health of Malaysia and has been invited to give talks and share her experience as far as Philippines and Singapore.
She has also contributed actively in youth organizations including St. John Ambulance of Malaysia (also helped author parts of the 100th Year Anniversary of SJAM book), Lions Club, Yayasan Budi Penyayang, Persatuan Pemuda Negara, CyberCare Youth Organization, Welfare and Community Council in Pandan, Neighbourhood Watch in Pandan Perdana and even founded a Neighbourhood Watch in Pandan Jaya to curb crime and organised various dialogues with the police. Hoong Ling also participated in the Youth Development Transformation Lab and was handpicked to participate in the Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Programme 2003 and to present the Youth Lab findings at the Youth Development Cabinet Committee. Currently she holds positions as Director of CyberCare and Member in the National Consultative Youth Council.
She is also a multi-award winner having a few distinguished awards in the cabinet - Selangor Youth Award 2006 (Volunteerism), Great Woman of Our Time Award 2008 (Education and Public Services), Lions Club International 308-B1 District Governor's Distinguished Service Award 2009 and her most memorable National Youth Premier Award 2011 which was presented by the Right Honourable Prime Minister of Malaysia.
|Deejaying at DurianFM.com
Now at inspire.fm
|With emcee partner KT. Pillai, with His Royal Highness Paduka Seri Sultan Azlan Shah||Hoong Ling, the paperless emcee|