Hong Wai Onn's Debut Book Enters the Malaysia Book of Records
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Feb 10, 2022 (Issuewire.com) - Author and chemical engineer, Hong Wai Onn's book, "A Chemical Engineer in the Palm Oil Milling Industry" successfully enters the Malaysia Book of Records under the category of the "Longest Palm Oil Milling Memoir" consisting of a total of 52,302 words.
A chemical engineer by profession, Hong Wai Onn aims at unearthing innovation through a confluence of technology, science, mathematics, and engineering to uplift the palm oil processing industry. Born in Ipoh, Malaysia, his explorations in the palm oil industry in association with Genting Plantations were the basis of inspiration for his book. With over 15 years of experience in biotechnology and the palm oil industry, he has accumulated the expertise and experience to safely handle research applications, project management, and leadership roles among other things.
Hong Wai Onn's new book and its success is a testimonial to his continued work and interest in the field leading to the implementation of innovation and technology. On his recent accomplishment, he shares, "I'm honored to be recognized by the Malaysia Book of Records for being published the longest palm oil milling memoir. My aim is to spur the interest of young people in not only the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields, but also the palm oil industry." His book is not just a cluster of information and technical knowledge but is written with the edge of a good writer's skills. As a result, the accomplishment of his book with Malaysia Book of Records shows his ability and expansion of talent in his own field as well as in writing.
Hong Wai Onn is a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers and the Royal Society of Chemistry. As an author and a public speaker, his ideas and innovations are important components in the scope of the palm oil industry. To know more about him, visit his website at https://hongwaionn.com/.
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