Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Tealive brews up Life-Long Learning at KidZania Kuala Lumpur

Last month December 2019,there was a contest on instagram. It was Instagram Boomberang Video Contest, my son took part in it and I was with him in the Boomberang. You may clicked on the link to view. Sharing is caring, now you know there's also Tealive Cafe available in KidZania.

Bubble Tea, the international beverage sensation which has enticed the palates and captured the hearts of people all across the world, Malaysians included, has officially landed on the steps of KidZania Kuala Lumpur as the award-winning indoor family centre welcomed its newest industry partner, Tealive.

Tealive, a home-grown lifestyle tea brand formed in 2017 has since established itself as a household name, achieving rapid growth in less than two years. The brand currently operates over 450 outlets across the world. Besides Malaysia, Tealive is present in China, Vietnam, Brunei, Myanmar, Australia, the Philippines, the United Kingdom and now, in KidZania Kuala Lumpur!

“We’re delighted to have Tealive, one of Malaysia’s largest beverage chains and experts in their own right, partner with us to lend industry insight and work hand-in-hand to equip children with vital skill sets for the future such as self-confidence, attention to detail, independence and communication skills,” said Shahrul Nizar Ahmad.

“In this new world driven by advanced technology and gadgets, parents today face a new challenge of keeping their child away from their gadgets. What we offer at KidZania Kuala Lumpur is an avenue for kids to take a step back from all that screen time and experience real life in a fun and engaging way through one-of-a-kind role play activities that expose kids to real world professions and career possibilities,” he added.
The Tealive Cafe at KidZania Kuala Lumpur is officially opened! Shahrul Nizar Ahmad (2nd from left) and Bryan Loo (2nd from right) doing the honours.

Some of the activities visitors can look forward to at the Tealive café establishment include learning how to brew Tealive’s signature handcrafted teas – the Original Pearl Milk Tea and Mango Juice with Pearls, learning how to work the machinery and tools, manage a store, as well as handle customer service. The ingredients involved in making the milk tea and pearls are freshly-brewed tea and tapioca starch. All drinks that are prepared in the establishment are also capped at only half-sugar level.
Bryan Loo (left) briefing Shahrul Nizar Ahmad (right) on what will be in store for kids at the Tealive café.

To formalise the partnership, Bryan Loo, Chief Executive Officer of Loob Holding Sdn Bhd, the brand owner of Tealive, was presented with the ‘Key to the City’, a symbolic honour traditionally bestowed by a city upon esteemed individuals by KidZania Kuala Lumpur’s very own mayor, Shahrul Nizar Ahmad.

Aimed at promoting experiential learning and diverting children’s attention away from gadgets, the new Tealive café establishment will expose kids to the ins and outs of being a Junior Tearista through hands-on experiences that promote the development of useful life skills.
Shahrul Nizar Ahmad, Mayor of KidZania Kuala Lumpur (2nd from right) presenting the KidZania ‘Keys to the City’ to Bryan Loo, Chief Executive Officer of Loob Holding (2nd from left) to formalise the partnership between KidZania Kuala Lumpur and Tealive.
Children at KidZania will no longer be full of awe and wonder at how their pearl milk tea is made. At Tealive, children are given a chance of a hands-on experience is much better than watching videos to pick up a new skill.

KidZania Kuala Lumpur’s Congrezz kid getting first-hand experience on being a Junior Tearista at the Tealive café
My son has got a great time in Tealive Cafe, making his very own Tealive drink. Watched the video to see, it's his first time taking part he was lucky as get to swap the time sticker with my friend's son. My friend's son was in the dentist session during the 1.30pm so he cannot make it, so he swapped the sticker with my son. My son suppose to have his Tealive session at 4.30pm. We were there before 12noon, but that time we didn't get any sticker for 12.40pm. Each session of Tealive Junior Tearista has 6 children to take part.

My children have got their own KidZania Pazzport, my eldest son Sean has been carrying the pazzport since the year 2015. Sharing is caring, busy parents with hectic lifestyle now you can plan on where to go for indoor family centre.

Me with my children at KidZania Kuala Lumpur
KidZania Kuala Lumpur is an award-winning indoor family centre that promotes learning by offering interactive role-play experiences for kids. The first of its kind in providing edutainment fun, KidZania empowers and inspires kids to pursue their life’s dreams by providing them an avenue to explore what it’s like to live and work in a real functioning city.

KidZania’s kid-sized city experience is targeted at kids aged between 4 to 14 years which allows them to choose from over 100 job related role-plays spread across 60 various city establishments. As in the real world, children perform "jobs" and are either paid for their work or pay to shop or to be entertained. KidZania is built as a replica of a real functioning child-sized city, complete with buildings, paved streets, vehicles, a functioning economy, and recognizable destinations in the form of "establishments" sponsored and branded by leading multi-national and local brands.

About Tealive
Tealive is the leading lifestyle tea brand in Malaysia with over 450 outlets. Born in Malaysia in 2017 with a passion to spread modern lifestyle tea culture to the world, Tealive continues to grow through strategic expansion and innovation of products and services. Its wide menu offering of milk tea, smoothies, chocolate and coffee has been created to satiate palates around the world. Tealive currently serves over five million consumers per month in Malaysia with presence in China, Vietnam, Brunei, Myanmar, Australia, the Philippines and the United Kingdom.

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