Monday, September 20, 2021

MILO Champions Clinic E-Coaching! (Futsal) with coach Scott Lee

During this pandemic and kids are staying home for online studies and I wanted to keep my son active in sports as well so I decided to sign him up for the MILO Champions Clinic E-Coaching! He has chosen Futsal and it is also his first time playing this sport. 

MILO® Champions Clinic: E-Coaching is an extension of MILO® Champions Clinic, a beginner’s sports training programme developed specifically for children 7 to 12 years to stay active and nurture their passion for sports. Using online technology to achieve a wider reach, it is breaking down geographical boundaries to take MILO® Champions Clinic to even more places, bringing the benefits of sports to many more children, families and communities. There also have the sports choice of Badminton or Basketball. 

E-Coaching is good to keep children stay active while staying safe, they can also learn values such as grit, determination, perseverance, and the spirit of never giving up that only sports can teach to help them go further during these challenging times. 

My son enjoys this Futsal sports as he gets to learn about correct techniques of Ball controlling, Dribbling technique,Quick dribbling skill and Body Feint. He finds it interesting to learn and gets to know more about Futsal sports.

The E-Coaching Futsal offers 5 weeks of at-home training, where each week, the children will learn basic skills by watching a video first, followed by an online group coaching. 

It's good having the E-Coaching keeps its focus on sports that are most ideal for at-home and online training, namely badminton, futsal and basketball. 



My son's Coach Scott Lee - FAM Grassroots Instructor, FAM Instructor, MILO Malaysia Coach.

The online features encourage parents to be more involved and play a more proactive role in their child’s learning, while at the same time, ensure quality engagement, affordability and, above all, safety for the children.

I will submit the videos of my son's learning to coach and from there coach will have a look before the next session. Session with the coach during this session, the coaches will engage the children and check on their progress to ensure that they are picking up the right techniques.

It's good sharing to my dear friends and followers of this blog as this programme for all children to keep active during lockdown! Being one of the most popular sports in Malaysia, futsal doesn’t only help my son to stay active, but it also teaches my child lifelong values such as leadership and teamwork! 

There are two equipment package available to choose from basic RM50 or RM85. I have chosen the RM85 because it is consider the full package which included the following:

Size 3 Futsal Ballx1
Markers x10
Cones x6
MILO® Training Jersey x1

Logon to for more details. 


About MILO® 

MILO®, the leading nutritious chocolate malt beverage in Malaysia was introduced in 1950 and has been known for its unique taste that Malaysians love. Packed with natural goodness of malt, milk and cocoa, enriched with Activ-Go®; a unique blend of vitamins and minerals, MILO® is the most popular beverage in Malaysia and has fuelled generations of champions.


About Nestlé Malaysia

Nestlé is the world’s largest food and beverage manufacturer. Headquartered in Switzerland, Nestlé is present in 189 countries around the world, and our 328,000 employees are committed to Nestlé’s purpose of enhancing quality of life and contributing to a healthier future. Our performance is driven by our Nutrition, Health and Wellness strategy. Since 1912, we have been nourishing Malaysians through our quality brands and products, whilst maintaining our Halal excellence and integrity. This is in line with our promise of delivering GOOD FOOD, GOOD LIFE to all. To learn more about how we have been nourishing Malaysians for over a century, do visit or our Facebook page at


Sunday, August 22, 2021

Kids at home, what do they do?


Just stay home and what do kids stay at home do? Here's one of the activities that my son do. He exercising and then I noticed that what's he's wearing the BumbleeBee has given us lots of memories. It reminds us that it's been so long since we last visited the shopping mall. This long sleeve shirt, he has been wearing for many years, he likes to wear it though he has got other shirts to wear. Reading back my blog post this shirt was bought in year 2016. I think it would take a long time for kids to visit the mall again. He's still playing his brother's toy The Combiner Wars, though one of it has broken but that time I managed to purchase the replacement of it though the color is little different but it's same toy just different color. 

Talking about toys, do you still keep any old toys? I feel sad as I didn't keep all my childhood toys of Barbie and given them away to my sister. Sadly to say that someone she passed to, the children didn't like it at all. I have a box full of it and also it's fridge, that can play along. It's a box full of Barbie and other toys that I liked. Also the clothing of Barbie that I have handmade by hands, designed just for the Barbie.

We also likes to eat Julies Love Letter, we found good deal on the website as below you can click to shop there. As you can see there are 3 tins of it, actually it's not all for him but its sharing with his brother too. It comes with individual packaging, usually I bought at hypermarket it doesn't has any individual packaging. Have you tried this before? What flavour do you like? My kids also like strawberry flavour and chocolate flavour. For myself I do prefer the vanilla and chocolate flavour.

LamboPlace to giveaway gifts & vouchers worth RM1 Million in August. Everyone can make a wish together with LamboPlace in conjunction with this birthday celebration. . Let's shop @lamboplace use my referral code: KOLSHERRY-O, the code is entitled to a shipping promotion. . To shop visit the URL link:

The Kids ask Cartoon Network’s Elliott from Earth video is finally ready! Can you spot my son?
It’s also been shared on Cartoon Network and HBO Asia’s social media channels and viewed by hundreds and thousands of people in Malaysia and around Asia in conjunction with its premiere on HBO GO.

By the way, has any parent received the online form from school to fill in for KPM? It's about giving kids the vaccination,  I think it's perhaps the survey that the KPM wanted to know if parents agree or not agree for kids' vaccination.



Friday, August 6, 2021

Barbie® Fashion Reinvention: Kids Rule the Runway

● Barbie® partners with Fashion Designer Kittie Yiyi and Fashion Stylist Min Luna in its You Can Be A Designer Competition

● Six aspiring fashion-forward kids win mentorship with Kittie Yiyi and Min Luna

● The winning designs were made into reality by Kittie Yiyi

It was a dream come true for the six young winners of the Barbie® You Can Be A Designer Fashion Reinvention Competition. Not only did they win a once-in-a-lifetime mentorship opportunity to learn from Fashion Designer, Kittie Yiyi, and Fashion Stylist, Min Luna, their original designs were made reality and brought to life by Kittie Yiyi for both our winners and their Barbie® dolls.

The competition was open for submissions from 30 April 2021 to 7June 2021. 85 entries from across Malaysia were submitted in two age categories: 

Category A (5-8 years old) and Category B (9-12 years old). 

The young hopefuls submitted a range of creative designs all conceived to WOW the judges and showcase their interests and personalities. The Top 20 entries were shortlisted for the Virtual Presentation, where the designers had the opportunity to present their designs to the judging panel composed of Kittie Yiyi, Min Luna, and Elaine Lim, Brand Manager of Mattel Continental Asia.

“It was so wonderful to meet the finalists at the Virtual Presentation and get a peek into their creative process,” said fashion designer, Kittie Yiyi. “I was inspired to see girls as young as 5 years old getting excited about fashion design. It brought back so many memories of when I was little and would sew clothes for my Barbie® dolls. It’s been such a joy to be a part of the journeys that these little designers are taking.” 

It was Aleesya Inara, Nina, Khayrah, Alayna, Olivia, and Umaa Meenaa who ultimately impressed the judges and clinched the top spots for fashion mentorship. The six young designers truly embodied the spirit of Barbie® Fashion Reinvention, with their exciting designs and their stellar presentations. 

From Category A, Khayrah’s (8) transformational, PPE-inspired gown was a heartfelt tribute to her aunt who is a frontliner; Aleesya Inara’s (7) delightful, doughnut-inspired dress and precocious personality made her stand out; and Nina’s (6) bright and colourful beach outfit was a wonderful explosion of her charisma. From Category B, Alayna (9) told an inspiring story of growth with her elegant, butterfly-inspired dress; Olivia (10) stunned judges with a very fashionable and practical unicorn-inspired number; and Umaa Meenaa (11) presented a gorgeous, galaxy-inspired creation, demonstrating a skilful use of shapes and silhouettes. 

The mentorship was originally planned as in-person experiences, but the brand made the decision to bring the mentorship online in order to keep both winners and mentors safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each winner was sent a customised designer kit equipped with everything they needed to help them really sink their teeth into their craft. Their afternoon with Min Luna was all about looking inward, finding their confidence, and learning about their personal style. They spent the next day with Kittie Yiyi who taught them about the ins and outs of the fashion industry while helping them work on creating Barbie®-sized versions of their designs for their dolls. 

“It’s been such a special experience to spend this time with the girls during such a formative period in their lives,” said fashion stylist, Min Luna. “I remember struggling with confidence when I was around their age, so it has been such a rewarding opportunity to encourage and instil some confidence in them. They are all so unique and have so much to offer; it is a gift to be a part of igniting that spark within them that I hope will continue to burn bright for the rest of their lives.” 

The campaign culminated in an online Fashion Showcase in which the six winners got to strut their stuff in their designs. Kittie Yiyi and her team worked wonders despite the restrictions of the government mandated Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO), and managed to realise the six winning dresses designed by the winners. The young designers walked down the hallways and living rooms of their homes, striking poses, and owning the proverbial runway, adorned in their creations brought to life.

“Mattel is so honoured to play a part in these young girls realising their fashion dreams,” said Elaine Lim, Brand Manager, Mattel Continental Asia. “We are especially proud to be able to offer an avenue to unite and encourage young ones to pursue their passions while they are home. Barbie® has always been an inspiration, and we believe that this experience will stay with these girls for years to come and continue to empower kids to be anything they want to be.” 

To continue the celebration of the Fashion Reinvention Campaign, the brand has announced the launch of Sundays with Barbie®, an episodic livestream series featuring women who are positive role models for young ones. Barbie® had fashion gurus, Kittie Yiyi and Min Luna, championing the topic of creativity; fashion entrepreneur, Veen Dee Tan, sharing about confidence and self-expression as well as fashion models, Nalisa Alia Amin and Sonya Danita Charles, discussing diversity and self-acceptance. Each of them with insights to share about the unique way fashion can be used as a tool of empowerment.

To find out more about Barbie®, check out her Facebook [OfficialBarbieSEA], Instagram [@barbie], or YouTube channel [@barbie].



Popular Posts