Malay sex 2013
He’ll rattle on about the appeal of various types of condoms - ranging from the durian-spiked to the tattoo-inspired.Yet when it comes to explaining to his daughter what he does for a living, the 39-year-old can be as flustered as any dad faced with that birds-and-bees talk.“You know, people tell me I can put on a straight face talking about condoms.Lunch intake among the age groups showed no significant difference.In contrast, dinner consumption was significantly lower among the 18 to 19 years age group compared to all other age groups.5 Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.6 State Department of Health, Johor, Ministry of Health, Malaysia.Asked jokingly if his four children are a result of “product deficiency”, he quips back: “No, I call that succession planning.”Mr Goh is the chief executive of Malaysian company Karex - which, it might surprise many to learn, is the world’s largest condom manufacturer.Headquartered in Port Klang, some 25 minutes’ drive southwest of Kuala Lumpur, the company churned out about 5 billion condoms last year, and made US million (S6m) in revenue in 2016.
But after his dad died unexpectedly during his second year at university in Sydney, he said: “My aunt and uncles told me, ‘you should come back because we need help’.
Wan Abdul Manan WM1, Nur Firdaus I1, Safiah MY2, Siti Haslinda MD4, Poh BK5, Norimah AK5, Azmi MY6, Tahir A7, Mirnalini K8, Zalilah MS8, Fatimah S3, Siti Norazlin MN3 & Fasiah W3 1 Program in Nutrition, School of Health Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 16150 Kubang Kerian Kelantan, Malaysia.
2 Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Faculty of Health Sciences, Universiti Teknologi MARA.
But Karex started out modestly as a family business dealing in rubber processing.
And in an interview with Power List Asia, Mr Goh talked about how the condom-making business “almost did not happen”.