Thursday, December 6, 2018

Festive Cheer A-Plenty for Underprivileged Kids at the Curve & eCurve!

With the festive season just around the corner, the Curve and eCurve spread Christmas cheer to a group of more than 25 underprivileged children, treating them to an unforgettable day out at both malls, in conjunction with the Curve’s The Sweetest Christmas Ever! and eCurve’s Spectacular Christmas Circus: French Edition campaigns.


The children from Rainbow Home jumped with joy as they arrived at the Curve’s Centre Court, which was transformed into a candy wonderland! Filled with lollipop and candy cane decorations, in keeping with the mall’s sweet theme for the year, it was truly every kid’s dream come true! They were also greeted by Santa Claus and treated to candy canes while waiting for the main event to begin.


The wait was worth it as the day kicked off to an exciting start with a candy-inspired performance. Against the backdrop of a colourful candy house, eye-catching dancers decked out in bright, candy-adorned costumes lit up the stage as they performed to fun Christmas tunes. The energetic show kept the little ones on the edge of their seats and tapping their feet to the popular Christmas jingles.

Jazmi Kamarudin, Senior General Manager of the Curve, said, “Christmas is a time for joy and merriment, but most importantly it is a time of giving and sharing. Following through with our age-old tradition, we are delighted to play host to the kids from Rainbow Home and give them a unique candy-coated Christmas this year. Sweets have always been associated with happiness and good feelings and we hope that the event today has given our guests exactly that!”


The second part of the celebration was just a stone throw’s away, taking place at eCurve. Kids from Siddharthan Care Centre arrived to a circus set in the streets of France! With iconic buildings such as the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe, and Christmas trees nestled in between. At the centre of it all, was a classic circus stage, hinting at the thrilling acts in store for the evening.


The kids’ excitement reached a peak as the ringmaster made his appearance on stage, signalling the start of the evening’s main event. The Centre Atrium was filled with suspense as the performers put on a memorable show for the little ones. From the talented magician to the amazing feats of the snake lady, there was not a boring second in sight.


Gina Long Ahmad, Assistant General Manager Leasing and A&P said, “We find that there is no greater fulfilment than bringing joy and laughter to those in need. By bringing in the kids from Siddharthan Care Centre to celebrate a unique, French-themed Christmas with us this year, we hope that the kids experienced a wonderful Christmas like no other and enjoyed their outing here with us today.”


The candied celebration at the Curve’s Centre Court came to an end with a scrumptious tea-party, complete with a variety of desserts at Paddington House of Pancakes, while the young ones at eCurve were treated to a delicious seafood dinner at The Manhattan Fish Market. The kids went home smiling as they also received various goodies, courtesy of the Curve and eCurve.



To join in the Christmas festivities, be sure to visit the Curve and eCurve’s Christmas campaign which runs from November 30, 2018 till January 1, 2019. Patrons will not want to miss out on the special performances which takes place twice a day on weekends and public holidays.


As the cherry on top, both malls are rewarding patrons with special festive gifts this Christmas! Shoppers who spend minimum of RM500 in a maximum of two receipts at the Curve will be able to redeem an exclusive The Sweetest Jar Ever, a glass bottle filled with a variety of confectionary. Visitors who spend a minimum of RM150 in a maximum of two receipts at eCurve will be eligible to take home a special Frosted Christmas Bottle. All redemptions are subject to terms and conditions and while stocks last.


Need to know more about the Curve and eCurve’s Christmas campaign? Contact the Curve Customer Care officers at 03-7710 6868 or visit www.thecurve.com.my or the Curve’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/theCurveShoppingMall. For eCurve Customer Care, contact 03-7725 0277 or visit www.ecurve.my or eCurve’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/eCurveMall.

Saturday, December 1, 2018

Forgotten movie tickets

I have forgotten about November movie tickets of birthday, yeah printed it out but forgotten about it. So fast it's now December, I told my son that we will be heading to movie soon but it's not anymore November the printed ticket for November no longer can be used.

It's not going to be cheap for movies as they will want to eat combo set popcorn and drink. It's expensive now to watch movie, just a person set for combo regular a drink and popcorn is RM17. That's for a price of a person, if two person need to double it up.

I won two movie tickets the other day, just two tickets and the movie is at night. Sadly we didn't go as I am not so good in driving at night due to eye sight. I told son is better we stay at home. I won the tickets from Facebook contest.

By the way you may not find me update my blogs here often, but you can find my daily rambling on my social media instagram/twitter follow me on @sherrygo , as for Facebook/sherrygosharing

December has started soon need to purchase new school uniform as my son going to be SMK school. Then I am still looking for suitable tuition center and time for him. Seem the afternoon classes the tuition only available in the night, as for morning there's but it was way too early for him. Not easy being parent, got to think alot and plan nicely on what to do.

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Kicking legs by son, damaged ...

Yeah the other day youngest son has kicked non stop the car front area, damage the air con of car. Repairing cost RM500 for the car aircon.

Happening today my note 5, place on chair while checking his standard 2 text books. He kicked the chair as I told him to do homework and the phone was on the chair fall on floor. Cracking the screen of the phone, repair how much? No idea, I bet it's not going to be cheap.

Not just that he also damage the Ipad, he says Ipad slipped from his hands and it fell on the floor. Yeah cracked screen Ipad, damaged screen not sure how much for repair.

Sunday, October 21, 2018

Driver, what would you do?

As mom of two boys I got my time to fetch my boys from school, so I parked at vacant parking near to shop that is not far from school. Then there's knocking at my car's windscreen where this lorry driver came down to talk to me asking me to give him my parking spot. Reason he wants to park nearest to the locksmith shop so that he can unloading and loading his things from lorry.

He asked me few times in mandarin, I politely told him that I am not giving up my parking space. I didn't park in red parking lot, so it's public for first come first park! His lorry happened to be behind of me, anyway he told me that I still have time I can go round. But I already go round few time only find this parking spot. After he parked, another car followed parked behind of him and other cars can still pass through the lane.

Anyway I just told him few times No, he gets back his lorry and double parked near to the shop. The driver started unloading and the young man from shop also loading for him. Less than 10 minutes, he's all ready to go. I sat in car waited him with his lorry to move/get away only I step down of the car. Well who knows if he's going to scratch my car or not as I didn't give way for him to park my spot.

So this is my how my afternoon Monday passed, how about you?

Friday, October 12, 2018

Guardian Malaysia and Limkokwing University of Creative Technology Collaborate On Fresh Breath For Malaysia Campaign

Cup your hand over your nose and mouth and gently breath out, then sniff. Do you catch a whiff of bad breath?


You are not alone as a recent study of Malaysian dental students found that one in every two suffer from clinical oral malodour or bad breath1. Worldwide figures indicate that from 22 percent to 50 percent of the global population suffer from moderate bad breath2. Bad breath can have social and psychological effects on suffers including low self-confidence and low self-esteem, and it should be taken seriously3.
Limkokwing University of Creative Technology and Guardian Malaysia teams before the event.


However most of us do not talk about bad breath choosing to isolate ourselves from others, or keep away from those with bad breath instead.


This is why Guardian Malaysia, the largest health, beauty and personal care chain in Malaysia, with more than 400 stores nationwide is working with Limkokwing University of Creative Technology on a creative youth empowerment campaign, Fresh Breath for Malaysia, in conjunction with the introduction of Guardian’s new mouthwash range.

(From Right) Ms Michelle Yeap, Guardian Malaysia Group Health & Beauty Product Manager at the Fresh Breath for Malaysia campaign leading the Guardian Malaysia team.

The campaign’s goal is to empower Limkokwing students to creatively interpret the theme of Fresh Breath for Malaysia as a showcase of positive energy towards the nation while encouraging better oral hygiene through visual expression and multimedia. A total of RM14,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to the top ten students across two categories.
To kick-off the campaign more than 200 students from Limkokwing University took a brief on Guardian Malaysia, the Fresh Mouth 6 Action mouth wash range and oral care challenges in Malaysia from representatives from Guardian Malaysia, helping them gain useful industry experience.


They will submit their entries by September 13, 2018. Shortlisted finalists will share the rationale for their work before more than 500 of their peers before online voting begins, and the winners are determined.

Guardian Fresh Mouth 6 Action Mouthwash – Cool Mint, Tea Leaf and Peppermint.

The Guardian Fresh Mouth 6 Actions Mouth Wash reduces dental plaque, prevents cavities, strengthens teeth, freshens breath, promotes healthier gums and restores mineral to enamel while killing 99.9% of germs. There are three variants of Cool Mint, Peppermint and Tea Leaf.

When used as part of a complete oral care routine of twice daily brushing, flossing and with a good diet, mouthwashes may offer additional benefit in terms of reducing bad breath and cavities4.

Guardian Malaysia, Group Health & Beauty Product Manager, Ms Michelle Yeap briefed the students on the company, products and the theme of Fresh Breath for Malaysia.


“We created this campaign in collaboration with Limkokwing to empower youth to give their own perspective on real world issues. We hope that the students will use this platform to start a conversation on oral care, specifically the problem associated with bad breath, and offer creative and positive insights on how to overcome a condition that affects up to 50% of the population. We’re confident that they have what it takes to create a Fresh Breath for Malaysia and to showcase the Guardian Fresh Mouth 6 Actions mouthwash range,” said Ms Yeap, a Limkokwing alumna.

Limkokwing University’s Industry Empowerment Senior Vice President, Datuk Raja Aznil Raja Hisham explained that the university and its students are uniquely suited to give a different perspective to the Fresh Breath for Malaysia campaign.


“Our Cyberjaya campus hosts students from 160 countries. The multicultural milieu on campus gives rise to work that has a depth and breadth of creative global thinking and implementation. Our students can approach this interesting campaign as Malaysians with deep insight into their own nation and the quirks of its people, or they can view it from the perspective of different cultures and practices. What our students gain from this collaborative campaign with Guardian Malaysia is industry exposure that prepares them for their future careers,” Datuk Raja Azil explained.

Limkokwing University is a multicultural learning institution that provides students with industry exposure. Students gain industry insights and professional networking opportunities giving them the extra edge needed to succeed in a globalised environment.


Shortlisted entries will be uploaded to the Guardian Malaysia and Limkokwing Facebook fanpages for online voting in late September 2018.



Pricing and Availability
The Guardian Fresh Mouth 6 Actions Mouth Wash range is available at all Guardian outlets nationwide, and through the Guardian e-store at www.guardian.com.my in three variants of Cool Mint, Peppermint and Tea Leaf in 250ml at RM9.33, 750ml at RM16.88, or pack of 2 of 750ml at RM24.43.



About Guardian Malaysia
From a 200-sqft pharmaceutical retail outlet catering to the expatriate community to emerging as the leading Pharmacy, Health and Beauty retail chain in Malaysia, Guardian now operates a chain of over 400 stores, providing unrivalled variety of Pharmaceutical, Health and Beauty products to more than 2.5 million Malaysian customers a month, across the country.


Guardian’s commitment to its customers’ needs is also reflected in a dedicated team of pharmacists, who impart professional advice and consultation to customers. Committed to strong corporate governance, which upholds responsible and ethical dispensing at all times.


Guardian is also an advocate of corporate philanthropy and believes in giving back to the community. Guardian celebrates four decades of success by making a pledge to contribute

to worthy causes by getting involved in the efforts that help to provide and promote the care, development and well-being of the local communities and supporting programs that are dedicated towards those in need namely, women and children.


About Dairy Farm
Dairy Farm is a leading pan-Asian retailer. At 30th June 2014, the Group and its associates and joint ventures operated over 5,800 outlets and employed over 100,000 people. It had total annual sales in 2013 exceeding US$12 billion.


The Group operates under a number of well-known brands across four divisions. The principal brands are:
Food
* Supermarkets – Wellcome in Hong Kong, Taiwan and the Philippines, Cold Storage in Singapore and Malaysia, Giant in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Brunei, Hero in Indonesia;
* Hypermarkets – Giant in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei and Vietnam;
* Convenience stores – 7-Eleven in Hong Kong, Singapore, Southern China and Macau;
Health and Beauty
* Mannings in Greater China and Guardian in the rest of Asia;
Home Furnishings
* IKEA in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Indonesia; and
Restaurants
* Maxim’s in Hong Kong, mainland China and Vietnam.


Dairy Farm International Holdings Limited is incorporated in Bermuda and has a standard listing on the London Stock Exchange as its primary listing, with secondary listings in Bermuda and Singapore. The Group’s businesses are managed from Hong Kong by Dairy Farm Management Services Limited through its regional offices. Dairy Farm is a member of the Jardine Matheson Group.


About Limkokwing University of Creative Technology
Limkokwing University of Creative Technology is a private international university with a presence across Africa, Europe and Asia. With its main campus in Malaysia, the university has 14 other campuses in Botswana, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Lesotho, Maldives, Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, Swaziland and the United Kingdom. Founded in 1991 by Tan Sri Dato' Sri Paduka Dr Lim Kok Wing, the Limkokwing network of campuses now support a total enrolment of more than 30,000 students from more than 165 countries, making it the world's most globalized university.