Showing posts from January, 2021

A Niu Year with SHOPEE 2.2 CNY SALE

This Chinese New Year festivity may be a tad different, but Shopee and its Brand Ambassador ANIU welcome you to celebrate “ A Niu Year ” with them at the 2.2 CNY Sale that is taking place till 13 February.   This year’s sale is as juicy as orange gets with bargains priced at a mere 8 sen, daily 88% Coins cashback vouchers, free shipping with a minimum spend of RM10 and a whole lot of entertainment that will bring cheer while you shop safely from home. Here’s what you need to know about the Shopee 2.2 CNY Sale: Group Buy: This is where “teamwork makes the dream work” because you need to be in a group to enjoy the deal of a selected item instead of paying for the original price. Happening daily, Group Buy allows you to start your own group with friends and aunties or join an existing one to grab items at slashed prices. On 2 February, look out for Royal Bird's Nest, Sky King Scallop in Abalone Sauce, CNY 100 Plus, Marigold Chrysanthemum Tea, Lotte Korea Luncheon Meat and many mor

Ring in the Year of the Ox with 1960s Vibes at the Curve

Despite a more subdued Chinese New Year ambience this year, the Curve is ringing in the Year of the Ox with a trip down memory lane, with its nostalgic Treasures of Yesteryears theme that was inspired by iconic scenes of 1960s Kuala Lumpur Chinatown. Commemorating this auspicious time of year, the Curve is recreating the festive ambiance of the 1960s era from January 9 to February 14, 2021. Visitors with essential shopping or F&B takeaway at the Curve can relive memories of yesteryears as they step through the intricate Chinese archway at the Centre Court. A feature point of the Centre Court’s Chinese New Year decor is the traditional lantern-lit bridge inspired by heritage lane "Kwai Chai Hong". Reminiscent of a time when people would flock to Chinatown to usher in the Lunar New Year, patrons can enjoy the nostalgia-themed experience, complete with artistic street murals, and cherry blossoms and bamboo plants completing the décor. Senior General Manager of the C

VIT’S Instant Noodle Certified Halal since 1980

Vit Makanan (Kuala Lumpur) Sdn Bhd is an instant noodles manufacturing company which has been established since year 1975. VIT’S is certified with Malaysia Halal Certification since 1980s with the certificate serial no of 1 001-01/2005.  VIT’S products in the market were produced when the Halal Certificate is still in enforced. Hence, we strongly assured that these products in the market are complied to Halal standard and safe to consume. So consumers do not have to hesitate but continue to consume the products that are available in the market right now.  “Referring to the recent viral issue on social media, we would like to clarify the situation in detail so that it does not bring in further negative impact or cause our Muslim customer to misunderstand our current situation.” Commented Mr YT Lai as VIT’S Executive Director.  Last September 2020, VIT’S premise was visited by Inspector from the Halal Department of the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (JAIS) for periodical inspectio


Property developer, Boustead Properties Berhad (“Boustead Properties” or “Company”), a member of Boustead Group, has responded to the plight of thousands in Johor who were impacted by the recent floods. Together with its subsidiary Mutiara Rini Sdn Bhd, the Company donated RM20,000 in aid of the victims, through the Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRCS). From left: Liaison Manager of Boustead Properties Berhad, Othman Mohd Ali, hands over the mock-cheque on behalf of Boustead Properties Berhad to Dato’ Rashidi Md Nor, Deputy Chairman, National Committee for Community Services & Health, Malaysian Red Crescent Society in Johor Bahru The contribution was presented to Dato’ Rashidi Md Nor, Deputy Chairman, National Committee for Community Services & Health, MRCS, in Johor, which will be used to purchase food and other essentials. Boustead Properties Acting Chief Executive Officer, Izaddeen Daud said, “We are saddened by the loss of lives and plight of flood victims who have lo

Innovative Idea on Environmental Issue Emerged Winner of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Competition

  Samsung Malaysia Electronics announced the winners of the Solve for Tomorrow 2020 competition which kicked off on 9 th October for Form 1 and Form 2 students, with team A.I.R. from SMK Seksyen 10 Kota Damansara walking away with the first prize for their innovative and proactive approach in addressing Malaysia’s key challenges on environmental issue. While the 2 nd and 3 rd place winners were team EUNOIA from SMK (P) Sri Aman, and team STEM SRI U from SMK Sri Utama respectively. After weeks of dedication and hard work, the three finalist pitched their ideas through a virtual presentation to a panel of esteemed judges held on 16 December 2020. Their ability to create innovative solutions across both environment and social themes depicted their ability to embrace Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) methods and to be imaginative and bold in developing solutions to everyday problems faced by the Malaysian community. Dato’ Roh Jae Yeol, Director of Corporate Affairs, S

Ronald McDonald House in Hospital Tunku Azizah Aims to Ease the Burden of Families

  This temporary ‘home away from home’ ensures that families of pediatric patients  remain close together Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC Malaysia) and the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) today signed an agreement officiating the establishment of the newest Ronald McDonald House at Hospital Tunku Azizah in Kuala Lumpur, formerly known as Hospital Wanita dan Kanak-Kanak Kuala Lumpur. The Ronald McDonald House at Hospital Tunku Azizah, which is the third of its kind in Malaysia, is expected to be completed by the 2 nd quarter of 2021. As part of the agreement, RMHC Malaysia will donate the funds needed to furnish and convert the Medi Hotel in Hospital Tunku Azizah into Ronald McDonald House, a “home away from home” accommodation facility for families of pediatric patients who are receiving treatment at the hospital. The Ronald McDonald House will be located on the 10th floor of the hospital parking complex, equipped with 20 family rooms as well as a dining area, lounge, kit