Helping Angels: Dr Tini Zainudin the Child Welfare Activist

Dr. Tini Zainudin is a children welfare activist, well-known for her passion and kindness. Founder of Yayasan Chow Kit and CEO of Yayasan Siti Sapura Hussein. She knows everything about handling cases of abused children, baby trafficking, syndicate groups exploiting immigrant children and even the under aged gun gangs in NYC as that was where she started such work before returning to Malaysia.

Helping Angels: Pay It Forward Through Communication

To commemorate Pay It Forward day on 25 April, Poesy speak to Dr Ethan Becker on the influence of media and communications in random acts of kindness. Dr. Ethan F. Becker has helped leaders of countries, leaders of companies, and…

Helping Angels: Heart For Animal Cause

Poesy met Sue Lankester nearly 2 decades ago. Tune into their chat about the causes close to their heart, with a spotlight on animal welfare.

Helping Angels: Compliment Attention Raise People Up and Express Gratitude (CARE)

Poesy first read Eric’s bestselling book Getting To The Point and decided to keep her own copy of the book. From then on, Eric Feng’s name kept popping up by serendipity, naturally Poesy invited Eric to chat on the Helping Angels show. Listen in on their chat on how everybody wants to feel special and how we can achieve that.

Helping Angels: Happiness Is A Choice

Poesy connects with Kim Auer Nash, who at 24 years old lost her father, mother, brother, grandmother and family pet in a private plane crash that she was meant to be on. Within the span of 7 months, Kim escaped death 3 times. Kim conveys a positive message that we all have the potential to survive in the life we have been given

Helping Angels: What’s Your Style of Compassion

In this episode, Ngai Yuen, an all round creative leader, award winning director, actor, mother of 4 and head of Kakiseni, opens up to share her thoughts with us. Listen to their refreshing chat about lacking kindness and how life has brought compassion into their path, also covering different styles of practising compassion and how sometimes we have to be cruel to be kind.

Helping Angels: The Best and Worst of Random Acts

Poesy first read Tessie Lim’s articles and was highly intrigued to learn from her. They met and Tessie became Poesy’s mentor. In this episode their conversation revolves around the best states to generating kindness, the practice of idiot compassion, how to avoid our good deeds from backfiring by applying wisdom into our acts of compassion.

Helping Angels: From Green to Bald

Poesy met Matthias Gelber back in 2008, after observing his work, Poesy was inspired to bring Helping Angels to a greener pasture, thus adopting new standards that were kinder to Mother Earth. In this episode Poesy also reveal her personal game-changing leadership decision which she has not been shared in other medias.

Helping Angels: A Random Act That Created A Show

This is the inaugural show for Helping Angels 善行天使 hosted by Poesy Liang. Helping Angels talk to various personalities to share stories of random kindness and how to apply it to our daily practice on a personal as well as professional level. Today we have Lim Kit Wan.