The First Book of Ham by Paul Loosley


Hambo Harmandar Singh is known by everyone as Ham.

He is one of the leading lights within the Malaysian and Asian advertising and communication society. He has been a nightclub singer, an advertising copywriter, a teacher, a publisher, an event coordinator, a charity worker and an author.

This first book of Ham tracks Ham’s very colourful early life in 11 sizzling chapters, from 1957 to his fateful time in London in 1986, covering his very humble childhood on the East Coast of Malaysia to his outrageous life in Kuala Lumpur and to his weird and wonderful time in London.

This is a must-have for anyone who thinks advertising and marketing might be the life for them, as either encouragement or discouragement.

And even if adverts are not your ambition you will still find it humorous, astonishing, surprising and possibly instructive and, in places, sad, but always a thoroughly fascinating read.

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