Cardiff City Owner Vincent Tan Honoured In Malaysia With 20-Metre-Long, Dragon-Shaped Anniversary Cake (Photos)

Chris Wright

23rd, February 2014


By Chris Wright

Soccer - Vincent Tan and Malky Mackay File Photo

To mark the anniversary of the founding of his company, Berjaya, Vincent Tan was honoured with a collosal, 20-metre-long dragon-shaped birthday cake in Malaysia yesterday.

According to Wales Online, the huge dragon cake was the centrepiece of the Berjaya Founder’s Day celebrations held on February 22 in Berjaya Times Square – the gleaming 48-storey, 203m twin-tower hotel, condominium, indoor amusement park and shopping centre complex that Tan owns in Kuala Lumpur.


(Thanks to Pies fan Boxy Woxy for the tip-off)

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  1. Joe says:

    Speaking of the man, I just wondered how common a boy’s name ‘Vincent’ is in Malaysia. Or why he he’s gone formal, rather than go for Vinnie, or just Vin. Is Vincent a lucky name? Was he adopted as a child by a fan of one-eared impressionists, who changed his name against the wishes of his biological parents? If so, a few dots are starting to join together.

  2. The Monk says:

    Hate is a strong word for this Bond Villain
    he stands for everything wrong in modern football
    Sold Cardiff’s soul for a slice of the big time & now who’s left to pick up the pieces when it goes all tits up?
    Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Vincent Tan Chee Yioun C u next tuesday
    There We Are Then…

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