Showing posts from October, 2021

F&B Outlets at the Curve Spring Back to Life with Close to 100% Vaccinated Staff

  Worry-free, contactless parking with Touch ‘n Go PayDirect Food and beverage outlets at the Curve have reopened their doors to patrons as the shopping mall springs back to life following announcements on the Klang Valley moving into Phase Three of the National Recovery Plan (NRP). With restrictions eased progressively under the NRP, the F&B outlets at the Street at the Curve are now operating with close to 100% fully vaccinated staff as dine-in customers are welcomed back at the country’s first pedestrianized mall. Jazmi Kamarudin, Senior General Manager, Property Management & Investment of Boustead Properties Berhad, said, “With the Street being the heart and soul of our mall where people from all walks of life gather, our tenants are most excited to reopen fully and get back to serving the community. F&B tenants especially understand the value and importance of having fully vaccinated staff and are taking strict safety precautions. Even as we work towards fully re

#ShopeeSapotLokal: 10 homegrown brands to show your sapot lokal spirit this 10.10 Brands Festival

  Shopee is celebrating its 10.10 Brands Festival, which culminates on 10 October, with a wide selection of brands and products on Shopee Mall for shoppers to shop and enjoy. The shopping festival will also see established and creative local brands being part of this celebration, treating shoppers to big savings and rewards at their stores on Shopee. Here are ten local brands with irresistible deals that we can go and sapot as well:   Aik Cheong Coffee Roaster started in 1955 in old Melaka town in a little wooden shop. Today, it has carved a name for itself not only locally but on the international stage. Did you know that Aik Cheong has sold more than 27,000 units of Cafe Art Chocolate on Shopee since it opened its store 4 years ago? Get a good cuppa from Aik Cheong store and enjoy up to 40% off or vouchers of up to RM5 off with a minimum spend. Amazin’ Graze started when co-founders Amy Zheng, Ching Yi Lee and Sabrina How left their corporate jobs to create healthier food al

ParkCity Medical Centre and Partners Go the Extra Mile with Mobile Clinic for Underprivileged Children

Children from lower-income families who were lacking in regular health check-ups due to the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic were provided with a free health check-up by ParkCity Medical Centre (PMC) which recently introduced its ‘Go the Extra Mile’ i-Kiddo Kids Mobile Clinic as a corporate social responsibility initiative. The initiative was carried out in collaboration with Village Grocer, operated by The Food Purveyor and Masjid Al-Iman Al Ghazali in Bandar Manjalara. Dr Michelle Ling Min-Min (first row; seated 3rd from the right) Consultant Paediatrician and Neonatologist, nurses and volunteers from both PMC and Masjid Al-Imam Al Ghazali.  Reaching out to vulnerable communities in the Kepong area, the PMC mobile clinic with its team of pediatricians, pediatric ophthalmologist, nurses, and staff volunteers from both PMC and Masjid Al-Imam Al Ghazali tended to children between the ages of 4 to 12 years on September 26 and 3 October 2021, from 8.30am – 12.00pm noon at the mosque