Makchic is a Malaysian-based online site for parents and people looking for trustworthy and authentic family-related content. We are passionate about projects that reflect and support our community of chic, curious, and spirited parents. We believe in the rich and diverse stories of parenthood that inform, support, and uplift all families out there.
Makchic was originally founded in 2013 by Loo Jia-Wei and Hardesh Singh from the Popfolio Network. It was later run by Hardesh Singh and Laych Koh under new management in 2017. Since 2021, makchic has been independently owned by mothers for mothers. Our all-women team, under the leadership of Laych Koh, are committed to engaging our community through inclusive, responsible, and sustainable communications.
The makchic manifesto
We are makchic.
We believe in the goodness of the world.
We believe in bringing up children who will
do it justice
bring it peace
bring about joy, spark laughter
And be a beacon for others.
In believing that,
we also believe that the best way to
teach our children this is
To be the goodness in the world
To model the justice
Be the peacemakers
Inspire the smiles and laughs
Live as a beacon for others.
We are makchic
We believe that good people, products and organisations
do their best
to be high quality, sustainable, fair and friendly –
whether to individuals, the community, or our planet earth.
We believe in supporting and uplifting mothers and families everywhere
in their quest to parent well, learn well and live well.
We believe in being honest, authentic and conscientious
to our readers and our community of parents.
We believe in the truth and we believe in science.
We believe in diversity, care and compassion.
We take pride in the agency of mothers and women
We link arms with the fathers and men
who believe in us
We are here to use our voices
Share our strengths
And foster a chic, curious and spirited sisterhood
Join us if you believe in our ethos
If you would incite love and purpose
If you believe
are one of us.
Like to write
for us? (Only Malaysian contributors for now, thank you!)