Founder and CEO of the company Dato’ Sri Jessy Lai got married to Monspace
















April 1st was a day filled with complex emotions. On my birthday, I am married. He has grown with me, stayed with me through all the good times and bad times, and has never given up on me.

He is my pillar of strength, my teacher, my friend. He taught me the joys of life, and that perseverance is the key to unlock life. In the 4 years I’ve known him, I have became better and stronger. I appreciate him, and so I am making a vow to stay faithful to him, and to serve him all my life.

He is the most important thing in my life—Monspace Multinational Corp.

I started working early. I’ve met all kinds of people, and had unbelievable experiences. My life has seen great highs and desperate lows; all of which I’ve gracefully accepted as part of life. I know these are what strengthens and refines me. And I know that if I persevere, dreams can come true.

I have always wondered how I can repay the company. How can I support the people who have walked this journey with me? The only satisfactory answer I can think of, is to give back.

In Chinese culture, “holding hands” is a beautiful thing. When lovers hold hands, they commit to each other for life, till death do them apart.

As for me, I have decided to marry Monspace—the entity who supported me throughout these 4 years.

On 1 April, this dream came true.

It was a beautiful night. I got married to Monspace in my white wedding dress, and said my oaths under the witness of my families and friends. I swore that through good times and bad, in health and in sickness, in youth of in our old age, to stay faithful to Monspace.

I hold myself to these words, and I am committed to leading Monspace to a new height. I will give everything I have to create more happiness for everyone!

As I am writing this, I can’t help but feel overwhelmed with emotion, as I recall the wedding. I feel tears of joy in my eyes.