MICHAEL YIP

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Hello,

I'm Michael Yip

With 20+ years in the video and photography industry, I've been engaged to cover quite a number of historical events that happened across the Asian region in the recent years. From the 1st Formula 1 race in Malaysia to the SEA Games in Laos and Olympics in Australia. Since 2010, based out of Kuala Lumpur, my team and I have been engaged to cover a number of corporate clients and notable individuals as well as festivals in the Asian region. To get in touch with us to use our service, Just head over to the contact section and drop me a message.

Through ABOOD PLT., my team and I also provides Event Production as well as Procurement services. Our core team has a combined 30+ years of experience in the event industry organizing festivals and corporate functions as well as corporate training services. We also have a team that has a strong network in the business world that enabled us to provide procurement services to various businesses looking for specific items or services. To reach out to us, you can drop me a message via the floating button at the bottom right or write in to us at info@mikeyip.com or aboodmediamy@gmail.com

If you are stumped by the photo, yes, I dance as well, mainly Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba, West Coast Swing and Argentine Tango. I have since stopped performing due to injuries but if you are looking for performers for corporate events/functions/parties/festivals. Do drop me a message as well as I manages some of the dance teams that is currently making the rounds performing for various clients.


Education
Kolej Bandar Utama/Central St. Martin

Diploma in Arts and Design

Kolej Damansara Utama

Diploma in Telecommunication Engineering

SMK Damansara Utama

SPM


Experience
Photographer/Video Producer

MIKE YIP STUDIO

Abood PLT

Procurement Services and Event Management

Digital Marketing Solutions

Abood Media Sdn Bhd


My Skills
Photography and Video Production
Brand Management and Solutions
Public Relations
Digital Marketing Solutions

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Confirmed Bookings for 2018

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Confirmed Dance Festivals for 2018

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Talks Confirmed for 2018

WHAT CAN MY TEAM DO

Photography and Video Production

As our core business, this is what we are good at, capturing visuals that brings out the best for your brand.

Procurement Services and Event Management

Through Abood PLT, we specializes in helping brands in 2 big ways, providing a customized procurement solutions for their business needs. We also tailor make events for organizations from corporate training to roadshows and tournaments.

Social Media Marketing

Abood Media Sdn Bhd's core strenght in Digital Marketing Services focuses on Social Media Management and promotions.

Web Design

We also design and revamp websites as part of Abood Media Sdn Bhd's services.

Live Event Streaming Production

As part of a new offering from MIKE YIP STUDIO and partners, we also provides Live Streaming services for Events through dedicated sites or onto social media platforms.

Efficient

We pride ourselves at being good and efficient in what we do and we always try our best to deliver services that exceeds our client's expectations.

I also blogs

The one thing you should never do on a plane


When it comes to flying, the experience can be an absolute nightmare for some people.

The idea of being trapped up in the air is terrifying and every little bump and rattle you feel during a plane journey could prove unnerving.

If you are someone who's afraid of flying then there's one thing you certainly shouldn't be doing while on a plane - according to a pilot.

And that's focusing on the facial expressions of flight attendants and trying to interpret what they might be thinking or whether something is wrong.

Writing in his book, Cockpit Confidential, pilot Patrick Smith reveals that trying to read a flight attendant's expression is pointless.

This, he claims, is because it's so easy to misinterpret the situation.

He wrote: "That glazed look in the flight attendant's eyes is probably one of exhaustion, not fear.

"Nervous flyers are prone to envision some silently impending disaster, with distressed crew members pacing the aisles and whispering to each other in secret."
He continued: "In reality, passengers will be told about any emergency or serious malfunction."

The expert also made the reader aware that members of the crew will not alert passengers of minor malfunctions if they pose no threat to safety as it could cause people to panic.

"Being blunt about every little problem invites unnecessary worry, not to mention embellishment," added Mr Smith.

As well as this top tip, a frequent flyer also recently shared their advice for booking seats on a plane.

Writing for  escape.com.au  , John Burfitt revealed he always opts to purchase the 'worst' seat on a  plane when he travels.

Where is this seat you ask? The window seat at the very back, located right near the toilets.

He realised at the back of the plane no one would be behind him so he wouldn't spend the flight being kicked in the back.

Other benefits of selecting this seat include never getting hit by the trolley, not being bumped by passengers as they pass in the aisle and being able to lean into the corner wall to doze off.

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MICHAEL YIP
fb.com/mikeyipdotcom
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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