JCPR has helped Trophy Knives with their PR for almost  two years. What started as a passion project and a love for  the punk scene, has turned into a great relationship  between the band and the agency.

Malaysians are familiar with “Warisan”, a song  about patriotism that was delivered by the late  Sudirman – a legendary singer.

During discussions on the production of Poova’s  debut Malay single Karya and music video, we  thought it would be fun to release a version of  Warisan for Merdeka and Malaysia day. We all  think it’s a great song and wanted to produce  our version to introduce it to the new generation  of Malaysian music fans. ‘Warisan’ was written  by the late Syed Haron Syed Ahmad and  included in Sudirman’s 1982 album called  ‘Abadi’.

Warisan was received so well by the  Malaysian audience and the Media. Total PR  value for Warisan reached RM2m within two  weeks of its release.

The rebranding of The Bee Publika as an event space has witnessed the staging of a string of local and
international acts at its venue.

JCPR was tasked to manage PR matters for three of its
events, namely:

Loudness Live in Concert (Japan);

Punk Picnic featuring Bunkface and One Buck Short
(Malaysia); and Fever 333 (USA)

The 3rd Rainforest Fringe Festival [RFF] was held from 5th to 12th July 2019 and showcased an all-inclusive  programming that is aimed to encourage both locals and visitors, of all ages, to immerse in Sarawak’s rich culture  and heritage.

Once again the exciting event is hosted by Ministry of Tourism, Art, Culture, Youth & Sports Sarawak (MTACYS)  and is being held as a prelude to the annual Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF) with Joe Sidek Productions  Sdn Bhd (JSPSB) as the appointed organisers.

The announcement of the RFF dates and its list of programme was made by Minister of Tourism, Art, Culture,  Youth & Sports Sarawak, YB Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah.

“We are proud to host the Rainforest Fringe Festival once again and we felt that the people of Sarawak deserve  to celebrate their richness in culture and history” YB Datuk Haji Abdul Karim said during the press conference.  “This year’s additional flavours will include programmes that showcase another major community’s history and  culture is a great expansion of the festival,” he enthused.

JCPR was appointed to manage all PR matters of the event. With great support from the Media in East  Malaysia, JCPR managed to garner more than half a million ringgit in PR Value for the event including  international exposure.

EVENT PHOTOS Media interview with Dato’ Tom Abang Saufi and Dato’ Sri Bernard Chandran post Lembaran Emas show at DUN  Building. Also Media at the launch of THE MARKET at Borneo 744 and Minister walkabout



Four top Malaysian graffiti artists which include  Cloakwork, Katun, Dmojo and Shade, were  commissioned to perform live graffiti paintings on four of  BAD LAB billboards located on the MRT pillars in Jalan  Damansara highway, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala  Lumpur.

Called #BADLABBILLBOARDS, the PR & activation plan  intends to push the envelope - upscaling graffiti by  commissioning these creative and talented artists and  giving them a sanctioned platform to do what they do  best. This movement resonates strongly with BADLAB  which is designed and positioned to establish a unique  and exciting experience with men.

JCPR ideated the whole campaign which later  became BADLAB’s biggest activation campaign thus far.

Sacoor Brothers is a well-known international label, based in Portugal. It is the  result of the dream of four brothers committed to adding elegance, quality and style  to the fashion world. Since the early 1990s, when they opened their first boutique in  Lisbon, Sacoor Brothers has continued to expand. It is now synonymous with a  cosmopolitan label, with over 100 boutiques in Portugal, the United Kingdom,  Spain, Belgium, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi  Arabia, Lebanon, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia with the majority of locations  featuring complimentary tailoring.

The brand is a favourite with celebrities and has dressed well-known personalities  from the world of fashion, sports, cinema and television, including famous  Hollywood actors Rob Lowe, William Baldwin, Patrick Dempsey, Irina Shayk and  Cristiano Ronaldo. In Malaysia, Sacoor Brothers is known to dress blue-chip actors  and performers such as Bront Palarae, Sean Ghazi and Remy Ishak.

First launched in Malaysia back in 2012, the brand’s successful story is proven with  12 stores in the country not just in Kuala Lumpur, but also in Penang, Johor Bahru,  Malacca and Genting Highlands.

Jiman has been involved with the brand since its initial arrival in Malaysia.

Tarik Jeans (Tarik) is a homegrown streetwear premium denim brand  that embraces the Malaysian and Nusantara identity of diversity.

Founded in Penang, Malaysia in 2010, Tarik is regarded as a pioneer  of the country’s streetwear scene and immediately received a lot of  attention. This mainly came from the cultivated Malaysian youth,  especially those in tune with street fashion and an interest in denim.

The brand was inspired by Afiq Iskandar, who is also a member of the  rock band, Oh Chentaku! (OCK). His passion for music and Malaysian  culture laid the foundations for Tarik.

In 2015, Jiman became a part of Tarik Jeans and was responsible for  its stellar debut show at KL Fashion Week 2016. As Director of  Communications for Tarik, Jiman has managed to grow the brand’s  audience with his innovative campaign ideas and wide network. To  date, Jiman has worked on 4 collections with Tarik.

Jiman left the brand in 2020.

After one-year hiatus, Malaysia’s premiere food event also dubbed  the biggest nasi lemak event in the world, I Eat Nasi Lemak was  back in 2016.

Organised by, an award-winning food website  that’s been around since 1998 under FriedChillies Media, the one-  day event was held on 5th November 2016 at TM Convention  Centre, Bangsar.

Due to the overwhelming response in previous years, the nasi  lemak action was amped up from featuring only 20 to now 40 of the  best nasi lemak sellers in Malaysia under one roof – this time with  more vendors from outside the Klang Valley such as Melaka,  Negeri Sembilan, Johor, Penang and Perak.

All vendors are specially curated via a selection process that  started in early 2016 by FriedChillies’ team of nasi lemak experts  and enthusiasts.

Jiman was also the PR lead for FriedChillies’ fried chicken  event held called Ayam Lejen and the Cyberjaya Makan Fest in  2019

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