Thursday, May 25, 2017

1st Barbie customisation experience in Southeast Asia – Barbie: Create Your Own


The event will take off at Sunway Pyramid (LG 2, Orange Concourse) from 23rd to  28th May 2017, 10am to 10pm and continue to be held across 3 other locations: Mid Valley (1st – 4th June), KLCC (8th – 11th June) and One Utama (14th – 18th June).


“We always strive to remain relevant to the next generation of parents and girls. Barbie continues to be aspirational, and a vehicle for self-expression and storytelling,” said Fong JiaLi, Head of Marketing of Mattel Southeast Asia.
“This season, we want to spark girls’ imagination in storytelling by enabling them the experience of customising their very own Barbie world with a wide range of fashion pieces and playsets to play out a world of endless possibilities. Our goal is to empower girls with choices and unlimited possibilities,” added Fong. “Through the power of open-ended play, storytelling and imagination, girls can imagine anything they want to become through Barbie.”
here's mine with my name Sherry on it. I chosen the doll and the dress with boots

At Barbie: Create Your Own, girls can pick a Barbie doll of their choice and style it with a wide range of fashion pieces such as dresses, tops, skirts, pants and shoes. They could even pick playsets and accessories for their customised Barbie doll. Each customised Barbie doll comes in a special packaging printed with the name of its creator.


From left to right: Wayne Chua, Celestia, Feina Leow, Senior Merchandising and Marketing Manager, Toys "R" Us,  Loo Hoey Theen, Director of Marketing, Sunway Pyramid, Michelle Wan, Snr Manager of Consumer Products, Mattel Southeast Asia, Jennifer Bay, Brand Manager, GIRLS Mattel Southeast Asia, Elaine Daly, Eva, Dynas and Khyra showing their customised Barbie dolls
In support of Barbie’s philosophy of “a woman has choices,” as said by Ruth Handler, the creator of Barbie, Barbie: Create Your Own is basically designed to help girls realise that, through imagining and creating their own Barbie world, they have choices in their world and can be anything they want to. Its aim is to ultimately, through choices and creativity, help girls feel empowered and confident in themselves.
Other interesting activities exclusively held at Sunway Pyramid for the Barbie: Create Your Own event include a Barbie colouring contest as well as storytelling workshop where girls can learn from a creative storyteller how to bring their Barbie world to life.
view more photos from my Facebook album.

Barbie: Create Your Own is open to public. It's fun and happy for mom and little girls love them too.
For more information, please visit barbie.mattel.my and www.facebook.com/officialbarbiemalaysia.


Wayne Chua and her daughter Celestia showing their customised Barbie dolls



Dynas Mokhtar and her daughter Khyra showing their customised Barbie dolls



Elaine Daly and her daughter Eva showing their customised Barbie dolls


Girls taking part in Barbie colouring contest



Elaine Daly gets nail painting for her daughter Eva



Girls browsing the order sheet for their customised Barbie dolls
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The Best Playland in Selangor

The School Holidays almost starting soon, have got plan where to bring the children? If not lets check out the DREAMWORLD INDOOR PLAYLAND, the soft opening are happening soon. Mark your dates
25 May 2017 The Starling Mall
27 May 2017 IOI City Mall, Putrajaya

I am sure parents would be thinking where to go this school holidays, it's not a long break just short you can plan this now. Be the first to play at the coolest playland, go enjoy their soft opening promotion. With every ticket purchase, you entitle another FREE TICKET that means your little ones can bring along a friend to play with. 

Walk-in rate for Starling Mall
 The walk-in rate for DREAMWORLD Playland at The Starling Mall.
Weekday charges RM48 for children age 2-12 years old
Weekends RM58 for children age 2 -12 years old
Every accompany adult will go in for free with everyone one child ticket. 
Additional adult will need to pay RM5.
 Check out the cool rides that children loved to sit on, the animal rides above are at The DREAMWORLD INDOOR PLAYLAND Starling Mall. At The Starling Mall @ Damansara Uptown will combine indoor play with animal rides for the first time.
DREAMWORLD PLAYLAND, Mascot so cute!
 Dreamworld Indoor Play Centre (“DWP”) is incorporated to bring indoor play to toddlers and children up to the age of 12 in a fun, healthy and safe environment. It is an adult-accompanied space where children can learn through play, exploration, seeing and thinking. Combining education and entertainment has a profound effect in the development of a child’s motor, social and interaction skills.

Just looking at the photos below I am sure children will have a good time exploring and playing at the same time. 


 Thinking of where to throw a party, now you can think of the place with the snow theme. I know children has good imagination, looking at the color theme. 
Walk-in rate IOI CITY MALL
At IOI City Mall' will showcase a large snow themed event room and an extensive indoor playland of the same theme. Direct views of the skating rink below stretches across the entire event room.
Weekday charges RM45 for children age 2-12 years old
Weekends RM55 for children age 2 -12 years old
Every accompany adult will go in for free with everyone one child ticket. 
Additional adult will need to pay RM5.









Now thinking of where to go with children and good bonding time. Now you can plan, there's 6-month Dreamworld Pass for RM288, to be their member and there's privileges.
  • RM288 Birthday Cash Voucher
  • 20% OFF on DROP & SHOP services
  • Special invitation to DreamWorld
  • Indoor Play Centre events
  • FREE DreamWorld Passbook
You don't have to pay the normal price of over RM5K to enjoy all the above mentioned.

For more details you can also follow the updates on Facebook of Dreamworld Playland

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

'SEINDAH RAMADHAN' Middle Eastern Arabic Cuisine at Carousel International Coffeehouse, Palace of Golden Horses

This holy month of Ramadhan, have you plan on where to have the family meal with loved ones? If not lets check out the Carousel International Coffeehouse for its special Ramadhan buffet menu. Embrace this Ramadhan month with your friends and family at Carousel International Coffeehouse while enjoy a myriad of palatable dishes.

 With musical performances as entertainment, diners can get the opportunity to see the performance of traditional and ghazel while enjoying the spreads.
 Carousel International Coffeehouse with Carousel design, located at Lower Ground Level with seating capacity of 200, 3444sqft.
The wide array of buffet spread with the theme of 'Seindah Ramadhan' kick starts from 22 May 2017 til 24 June 2017. From appetisers to savouries, tropical fruits to desserts, you can indulge in more than 150 delectable dishes. Besides the delectable break-fast favourites such as Gulai Kawah and Sup Gearbox, the main highlight of 'Seindah Ramadhan' buffet is the mouth-watering Camel offering and Pit-roasted Whole lamb, you can view more photos from my Facebook Fan page album click on the link to view.


wholesome of desserts to choose for desserts lover
 For starters, numerous selections of appetiser and salads on the buffet line that will stimulate your appetite including Ayam Dara Goreng Berkunyit, Paru Goreng Berlada, Kerabu Lidah Lembu, Kerabu Udang Celon, Acar Betik Muda, Udang Goreng Berempah, Ulam-ulam Melayu, Acar Rampai and Acar Buah.
 

 It's my first time to try the Camel meat, yeah you will be fascinated by the buffet highlight, Roasted Camel Meat with Condiments. This aromatic spices with the juicy and tender camel meat will surely tantalise your taste buds. Be prepared to whet your craving with the delectable home-cooked meal such as Pit-roasted Whole Lamb, Daging Bakar, Beef Skewers, Stir-friend Homemade Radish Cake, Lamb Varuval, Laksa Johor and Penang Prawn Mee, Lychee Goreng and Candol.
 The King of Fruit, Durian make a come-back again this year's Ramadhan, along with selection of tropical fresh fruits, Mangosteen, Rambutan and Langsat. To add-on, they also present assorted deep-fried seasoned fruits stall which is located next to the ice dessert area. The special assorted deep-fried seasoned fruit stall which include Lychee Goreng, Nenas Goreng, Rambutan Goreng and Cempedak Goreng into the spread. This where you get to try the fried fruits namely fried lychee, fried pineapple, fried rambutan and fried jackfruit.




 




 Desserts lovers will also be served with a wide array of sweet and savory dessert from Bread and Butter Pudding, Pengat Pisang Bersago, Chilled mixed fruits Cocktail, Serawa Durian, Chilled Longan, Lily Bulbs with Almond Beancurd and home-made Raya cookies.






 Palace of the Golden Horses is offering better price package. The Ramadhan promotion is priced at RM78 nett for children and senior citizen for the whole month. While for adult, the price is RM108 nett per person for first and fourth-week of Ramadhan (from May 22 - June 4 & June 19 until June 24) and RM128 nett per person for second and third-week of Ramadhan (from June 5 - June 11 & June 12 - June 28, 2017). For corporate Iftar, companies can choose to have their Iftar in the spacious Royal Ballroom that can cater up to 800 pax priced at RM98 per pax.
 Whether it is a Corporate Iftar gathering, or break-fast with family and friends, it is a wonderful opportunity to sample the mixed of the traditional and home-cooked flavours of the Middle Eastern Arabic and Asian cuisines all under one roof.

My son so happy seeing many horses statue display in the Carousel International Coffeehouse. Not just there it's around the hotel that he loves exploring the place.


For more information or reservations, please contact Palace of Golden Horses at 03-8946 4888 ext 3781 or 019-600 1685; email fnbreservation@pgh.mines.com.my or log on to www.palaceofthegolden.com.my
Happy kids with my sister-in-law love the 'SEINDAH RAMADHAN' Middle Eastern Arabic Cuisine at Carousel International Coffeehouse

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Landmark Local Research Confirms Efficacy of Probiotics

YB Dato’ Sri Dr Hilmi B Haji Yahaya, Deputy Minister of Health Malaysia checked out new interactive VITAGEN vending machine at World Digestive Health Day 2017 Celebration
Good day to everyone, it's Saturday's afternoon what are you up to? If you are nearby One Utama Shopping Centre, do drop by there as there's new interactive VITAGEN vending machine at Lower Ground Centre Court, One Utama Shopping Centre until 21 May 2017, 10am-10pm

Today, sharing with you the topline results of a landmark Clinical Study Research by Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia revealed that consumption of cultured milk drinks that contain Lactobacillus Acidophilus and Lactobacillus casei, has various overall health benefits.


This year-long study spearheaded by Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) is the first of its kind conducted in Malaysia, and is highly relevant as it uses Malaysians as research subjects against the local backdrop of Malaysian diet and lifestyle habits. The research team, led by Principle Investigator and Senior Consultant Gastroenterologist, Professor Dr Raja Affendi Raja Ali, will continue to monitor and record the results of the study until its completion.


Digestive health is a concern
The preliminary result of the study is set to be announced in conjunction with World Digestive Health Day 2017 (WDHD), which will be officiated by the Deputy Minister of Health Malaysia, Yang Berhormat Dato’ Seri Dr Hilmi Bin Haji Yahaya.


He highlights, “I truly hope that the WDHD celebration will serve as a reminder to all Malaysians to take care of their digestive health.The state of the rakyat’s digestive health is apparent when looking at the Health Facts 2016 released by the Ministry of Health. It was revealed that diseases of the digestive system were the #4 principal cause of hospitalisation in private hospitals, #7 principal cause of hospitalisation in MoH hospitals, and #6 principal cause of death recorded in in both MoH and private hospitals.”.


“Further to this, in the 2011 annual report issued by the Ministry of Health, it was revealed that colorectal cancer was the second most common cancer among Malaysians. It accounted for 15.7% of cancers among men, and 10.4% of cancers among women. The incidence of cancer was found to occur at all ages but the risk increases with age. It was also found that the after the 60 years of age, the incidence rate in men exceeded that of women,” he adds.


He also commended the efforts of the research team in finding ways to delve deeper into the factors that affect the digestive health of Malaysians and their attempts of finding ways to positively affect it. He comments, “Thus far, the results they have obtained show that consuming probiotics is effective in helping to lower intestinal transit time, meaning your body can absorb the nutrients in your food more effectively and in a shorter time. It appears that the preliminary findings of the HUKM research team, which is led by Associate Professor Dr Raja Affendi Bin Raja Ali, are very promising!”
From left; Mr Ravi Varman (MAKNA), Mr Michael Thio (Deputy Managing Director, VITAGEN), Dr Lee Hock Bee (DHM Council Member), Assoc Prof Dr Raja Affendi (Deputy Chairman of Digestive Health Malaysia), Datuk Dr Muhammad Radzi (Chairman of Digestive Health Malaysia), YB Dato’ Seri Dr Hilmi B Haji Yahaya (Deputy Minister of Health Malaysia), and Mr Michael Ong (Deputy General Manager, VITAGEN) witnessed the unveiling topline results of a clinical study conducted by Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan

Educating and empowering the public
WDHD is organised by the VITAGEN Healthy Digestion Programme together with Digestive Health Malaysia Society (DHM). As Malaysia’s number 1 cultured milk drink, VITAGEN, is a staunch believer and supporter of the need to encourage and promote optimal digestive health amongst the Malaysian public through community education campaigns or initiatives. DHM is an expert-driven, digestive health body that seeks to empower all Malaysians to manage their digestive health with confidence and optimism, thereby reducing the prevalence of digestive health diseases. Other collaborators of the WDHD celebration include Nutrition Month Malaysia, Positive Parenting Programme, and National Cancer Council.


Dato’ Dr Muhammad Radzi Bin Abu Hassan, the Chairman of DHM, elaborates, “There are many studies by academia in collaboration with the industry and expert bodies which have helped science to answer many of the questions surrounding the function of our gut and how it works. As such, DHM plans to expand its role from being the nation’s leading expert-driven, digestive health body, to helping build a bridge between educational institutions and the industry.”


“Our collaborative research is also in line with the government’s call for more ‘translational research’ in which the government, academia, industry and the community, through expert bodies like DHM, synergise to produce solutions to national and international issues. We are certainly looking forward to unveiling the results of our study later on,” he divulges.
From left; Mr Ravi Varman (MAKNA), Mr Michael Thio (Deputy Managing Director, VITAGEN), Dr Lee Hock Bee (DHM Council Member), Assoc Prof Dr Raja Affendi (Deputy Chairman of Digestive Health Malaysia), Datuk Dr Muhammad Radzi (Chairman of Digestive Health Malaysia), YB Dato’ Seri Dr Hilmi B Haji Yahaya (Deputy Minister of Health Malaysia), and Mr Michael Ong (Deputy General Manager, VITAGEN) witnessed the unveiling topline results of a clinical study conducted by Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan

Support from industry
Mr Michael Ong, Deputy General Manager of Malaysia Milk Sdn Bhd, reveals, “We have always been a strong advocate of prevention, and as a part of our ongoing efforts to create greater awareness on the importance of good digestive health, we are continuously supporting various community programmes that focus on raising awareness of the importance of digestive health.”


“This year, we are pleased that by collaborating closely with experts from UKM, we will be able to gain a better understanding and appreciation of a healthy digestive system. The study found evidence on the efficacy of probiotics in our cultured milk drinks. We are greatly encouraged by the positive results of this research which is proven scientifically and is backed by scientific data and statistics.”

Mr Michael Thio (Deputy Managing Director, VITAGEN), YB Dato’ Seri Dr Hilmi B Haji Yahaya (Deputy Minister of Health Malaysia), and Mr Michael Ong (Deputy General Manager, VITAGEN) at World Digestive Health Day 2017 Celebration at One Utama Shopping Centre.
Family-friendly fun
The WDHD 2017 celebration caters to the whole family and is held at Lower Ground Centre Court, One Utama Shopping Centre from 17-21 May 2017, 10am-10pm. Admission is free and members of the public are welcome to visit to learn more about digestive health from the experts. It showcases many exciting activities such as free health screenings, distribution of free stool test kits by gastroenterology nurses, expert consultations, kids colouring contest, and exhilarating fitness demonstration.


If you would like to learn more about how to improve your digestive health, stay tuned for updates or visit http://digestivehealthmalaysia.org/.

TOP Pass It On Community Campaign Surpasses Expectations

 The TOP Pass It On community campaign has received overwhelming response from the Malaysian public, resulting in a mammoth collection of 5046 quality pre-loved clothes. The Minister of Women, Family & Community Development, Dato' Sri Rohani Abdul Karim officiated the grand finale of the campaign which included the handover of some of these 'micro-cleaned' clothing items to representatives from five Klang Valley community organizations at MYDIN MALL USJ.

The TOP Pass It On community campaign is believed to be among the largest initiative to collect, sort and professionally launder pre-loved clothing items that have been gently used, in Malaysia.
Official address by Yang Dato' Sri Rohani Abdul Karim, Minister of Women, Family and Community Developement
 Dato' Sri Rohani Abdul Karim commended TOP for its efforts in enabling a platform for communities to assist and empower their members, with a strong element of environmental conservation through the emphasis on sustainability while promoting the importance of a cleaner, happier and healthier lifestyle.

The campaign saw TOP collect and sort pre-loved clothes given by the public, have them professionally laundered by Regional Laundry using TOP Micro-Clean Tech to revive, renew and refresh them, before passing them to the community. The Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development will gift the clothes to those who can benefit from them.
on going roadshow at MYDIN Subang Jaya, til tomorrow 21 May 2017
 The community campaign by TOP aimed the to give more people to the opportunity to experience the new breakthrough innovation of TOP Micro-Clean Tech that delivers the Next Level of Clean that removes both visible and invisible stains.

According to Southern Lion Sdn Bhd, Senior Marketing Manager, Ms Carmen Foo, the TOP Pass It On Community Campaign exceeded the brand's expectations resulting in almost double the estimated collection, reflecting the public's support and trust in the brand and its innovative detergent technologies.

"TOP ran an awareness roadshow on micro-cleaned clothes that doubled as collection centres at malls, nationwide to enable givers to pass their pre-loved and gently used items, as finding collection centers is often one of the biggest hurdles to contributors. TOP thanks all our customers for their support and trust in TOP's Micro-Clean Tech detergent to renew, refresh their pre-loved clothing before it is gifted to the next user. Many of those who have received those micro-cleaned pre-loved items have shared their happiness at finding that they are almost as good as new, looking, feeling and smelling clean," Ms. Food said.

Santhini Kumar, 14 from Persatuan Kebajikan Sweet Care Selangor & Kuala Lumpur, the TOP Pass It On Community Campaign has given her the joy of owning clothing that she will cherish.

The TOP Pass IT On Community campaign brings many happiness to the next user who used the pre-loved clothing.
TOP Pass It On Community Campaign Clothes
To find out more about TOP Micro-Clean Tech please visit
http://www.southernlion.com.my or call customer care line at 1800-88-0133

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Shop preloved baby strollers at Carousell


 

 It's the month of May, it's never too late to wish all mom Happy Mother's Day. Being a mommy of two boys I know what new parents needs. I have friends that are pregnant and asked me when is best time to shop for baby stroller. I suggest them to shop on 3rd trimester, it's where all parents would be excited and can start scrolling and searching for suitable baby stroller. With Internet access today, we can shop online I found Carousell selling preloved baby stroller and price affordable too. Do you know that Carousell you can sell your preloved items too. I didn't know of this earlier, if yes I would have sell the my kids baby stroller and also their preloved baby clothing and kids clothing on Carousell. It's good now I found out and share it with you, you still can sell them if you have any preloved things that are still in good condition namely toys or children clothing.

I checked on Carousell and I found many preloved baby strollers and price are affordable and wide variety of choice. There's information on the price and how long the baby stroller been use and also where the seller is selling it. The price is cheaper compare to purchase new baby stroller. I know parents with baby and stroller would love to shop within their budget.


Baby Stroller selling at RM130 at Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

With internet access, we can easily access to Carousell from computer or smart phones. Its free to register with Carousell to buy or sell online. It's simple to use and safe to use, the buyer would have to register account if he/she wants to purchase from you. Look at the above photo the preloved green color baby stroller, it's only cost RM100.

I will suggest my friends to install the app on her smart phone as she is always on the go, she will find it convenient to search online for the suitable baby stroller. 

Seller mayching123 selling the 90% new baby stroller for RM150
As my friends are new parents and they are told me that they would like to shop within budget and didn't plan to purchase for new baby stroller. I know a baby stroller can use from 1st child to 2nd child. That's how I well kept my baby stroller for my 2nd son to use from my 1st son. Now we can online search for the parenting needs on the Carousell's category.

Being mom of two boys, I know the important of home storage space. Shall get start to find kids' clothing that they can't fit in anymore and in good condition to sell them on Carousell. 


Don't just read here, if you have interest to find out more about the Carousell. You can also install the application to your smart phone device. You can also follow the Carousell updates on Facebook.com/Carousell.

Win exclusive “Tangled: the Series” prizes!


RAPUNZEL SWINGS INTO ACTION WITH THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED DEBUT OF 'TANGLED: THE SERIES,' ON SUNDAY, MAY 21 ON DISNEY CHANNEL IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

Take part in The Tangled Quest from 21 May to 30 June to win exclusive “Tangled: the Series” prizes! 


Rapunzel lets down her hair in Disney Channel’s brand new animated series “Tangled: The Series”! Premiering Sunday, May 21 at 11:30AM on Astro Ch 615, the series is set between the stories told in Walt Disney Animation Studios’ acclaimed 2010 film “Tangled” and its short film “Tangled Ever After”. The series will see Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi reprising their roles as Rapunzel and Eugene respectively.


With a new visually vibrant animation style inspired by Rapunzel’s drawings in the original film, the show follows Rapunzel on her adventures as she acquaints herself with her parents, her kingdom, and the people of Corona. Along the way, her irrepressible spirit and natural curiosity about the world lead her to realize that there is so much more she needs to learn before she can accept her royal destiny as Princess of Corona.


At the heart of the series is Rapunzel’s relationship with her friends and family. Beloved characters from the feature film accompany Rapunzel on her journey, including love interest Eugene Fitzherbert (aka Flynn Rider); her loyal chameleon sidekick, Pascal; her no-nonsense, dutiful horse, Maximus; and the Snuggly Duckling Pub Thugs. The series will introduce Cassandra (voiced by Eden Espinosa), a tough-as-nails lady-in-waiting who becomes Rapunzel's confidante; and builds on her relationship with her parents, King Frederic (Clancy Brown) and Queen Arianna (Julie Bowen).

Rapunzel's relatable, heartfelt and comedic stories model the importance of building and nurturing relationships, and of exploration and self-discovery. With her strength, confidence, positive disposition and creativity, she is a role model for young viewers who are learning to take on new responsibilities just as she is.




To celebrate Rapunzel’s grand return across Southeast Asia, Disney Channel presents the multi-platform character hunt Tangled Quest. From 21 May to 30 June, kids and families can take part by snapping a picture of Rapunzel, Eugene, Maximus or Pascal with the Tangled Quest insignia on Disney Channel and Disney-owned social platforms and upload it on the Tangled Quest website (www.tangledquest.com). Eighty (80) lucky winners will stand a chance to win exclusive Tangled-themed goody bags.


The Tangled Quest will come to life in Malaysia, where Disney Channel fans can join in the fun to spot the characters at various on-ground pop-up activities across Kuala Lumpur. Locations will be revealed through weekly clues on Disney Channel and Astro Circle platforms, so stay tuned! In addition to Tangled-themed goody bags, three lucky winners will get to bring Rapunzel’s adventures home with a full scale Tangled-themed bedroom makeover.

The series features songs produced by Academy Award-winning Disney Legend Alan Menken, who also composed the songs from the feature film.

About Disney Channels Southeast Asia
Disney Channels Southeast Asia is responsible for the management, creative development and commercial operations of Disney owned channels across all media platforms in Southeast Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Brunei, Palau, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea and the Philippines). Its flagship service Disney Channel is a 24-hour kid-driven, family inclusive television network that taps into the world of kids and families through animated series, originals and movies. Disney Channel is available to millions of viewers around the world across various platforms. Disney Channel is part of the Disney/ABC Television Group. For more information, log on to www.disney.my


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