Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Jessie Chung's launching show

If you have not read about the blog post that I have blog 1st time at whateverygalwant, 2nd blog post on You may click on the link to view the blog.

Let's watch out on this dates:
31/12/2016 at Paradigm Mall 8pm
1/1/2017 at 3pm, Aeon Bukit Tinggi Klang
7/1/2017 at 8pm Aeon Kepong Metro Prima
8/1/2017 at 3pm Sunway Putra Mall, KL
13/1/2017 8pm Kluang Mall
14/1/2017 8pm Aeon JB Bukit Indah, JB
5/2/2017 3pm Boulvevard Kuching
3/3/2017 8pm Penang
12/3/2017 3pm KK Suria Sabah Shopping Mall
15/3/2017 7.3pm Sibu Medan Mall
17/3/2017 7.3pm Bintulu Parkcity Mall
19/3/2017 3pm Miri Bintang Mall
24/3/2017 8pm Aeon Bukit Mertajam
26/3/2017 3pm Aeon Sri Manjung

First album Engilish and my favourite song would be the There You Are.

2nd album of English song that I like is Forever Young, this what we need as we need to be feeling forever young and think positive always.

Monday, November 21, 2016

Ground Breaking Ceremony Marks Commencement of Works on Phase 2 of Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang

L - R  YBhg Datuk Badlisham Ghazali, Managing Director Malaysia Airports; YBhg Tan Sri Dato' Sri Dr Wan Abdul Aziz Wan Abdullah, Chairman Malaysia Airports; YBhg Tan Sri Dr Ong Hong Peng, Secretary General of Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia

MFMA Development Sdn Bhd, a joint venture between Mitsui Fudosan Co, Ltd (Mitsui Fudosan) and Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (Malaysia Airports), celebrated the Ground Breaking Ceremony to commemorate the commencement of works on the Phase 2 extension of the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang today. The ground breaking ceremony was officiated by the Secretary General of the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia, Yang Berbahagia Tan Sri Dr Ong Hong Peng at the said site adjacent to the operational Phase 1 of Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang.

The Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang has been officially launched since 29th July 2015 and it is an important part of the KLIA Aeropolis Masterplan, a vision to transform KLIA into a diversified airport city with significant business, tourism and employment opportunities, with offerings that include a cargo and logistics hub, exciting shopping and theme park attractions as well as world-class venues for meetings, conventions and exhibitions. Out of the 22,156 acre plot that includes KLIA and klia2, approximately 3,000 acres of land has been earmarked for commercial development. The Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang is the driver for non-aeronautical growth within the KLIA Aeropolis Masterplan. Upon full expansion, it will occupy a land area of 178,900 m2 and it has the potential of being the largest outlet mall in South East Asia.
L – R  Kazuo Kataoka, Deputy Managing Director of Nakano Construction; YBhg Datuk Badlisham Ghazali, Managing Director Malaysia Airports; Hiroyuki Orikasa, Counsellor, Embassy of Japan; YBhg Tan Sri Dato' Sri Dr Wan Abdul Aziz Wan Abdullah, Chairman Malaysia Airports; YBhg Tan Sri Dr Ong Hong Peng, Secretary General of Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia; Osamu Obayashi, Managing Officer of Mitsui Fudosan; Takehito Fukui, Managing Director of MFMA Development

Phase 1 of the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang comprises 128 brand outlets, including kiosks, bringing many of the top international and local brands together, and caters to a potential 49 million airport users and a 9 million populace within the vicinity. Phase 2 will introduce more premiums brands into the mix, increasing the offerings of luxury international and local brands in fashion, cosmetics, sports and accessories, with diversification into entertainment and amusement as well as inclusion of service based tenants.

Phase 2 will be built on a 27,500m2 site adjacent to the current Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang and will host approximately 60 more shops with about an additional 500 car park lots made available to complement the existing 2100 lots.

L – R  Kohei Kawashima, Director of MFMA Development; YBhg Tan Sri Dr Ong Hong Peng, Secretary General of Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia; Takehito Fukui, Managing Director of MFMA Development; YBhg Tan Sri Dato' Sri Dr Wan Abdul Aziz Wan Abdullah, Chairman Malaysia Airports; YBhg Datuk Badlisham Ghazali Managing Director Malaysia Airports

“In Phase 2, there will be more variety of brands as well as entertainment outlets that will enhance the offerings by Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang. We are confident that the additions will surely satisfy our customers’ needs,” said Mr Osamu Obayashi, Managing Officer of Mitsui Fudosan.

The double storey air-conditioned building is slated to be completed by early 2018 and will expand upon the experience and options that shoppers get at Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang. In line with the architectural concept of a “Paradise Village” for the outlet park where Phase 1 showcased thematic designs based on a Sunshine Square, Pier Walk, Beach Walk and Tropical Plaza concept, Phase 2 introduces a new ambient experience with its Sky Walk and River Walk themes. Sky Walk will have the ceilings simulated with clouds where else River Walk resembles a creek, entertaining shoppers with refreshing interior embellishments.

Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang features a flight check-in system and flight information displays within the premises of the outlet mall to offer convenience and stress free shopping for airport passengers. Additionally, free baggage storage and dedicated shuttle bus services to and from KLIA & klia2 are also provided.

“The Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang will continue to complement the aspirations of the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia to make Malaysia a tourism hub while promoting economic growth of our nation,” said YBhg Tan Sri Dato Sri’ Dr Wan Abdul Aziz Wan Abdullah, Chairman of Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad, the Malaysian partner in the project.

The project was granted Entry Point Project (EPP) status under the Economic Transformation Programme, National Key Economic Area (NKEA) for Tourism (EPP3 – Establishing Premium Outlets in Malaysia).

For more information on upcoming offers, promotions and happenings at the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang, visit or

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Watsons Move Your Body Zumba Breaks The Malaysia Book of Record

Caryn Loh, Chief Operating Officer (2ndfrom left) and
Danny Hoh, Head of Marketing (far left) receiving the certificate from Malaysia Book of Record officials Yap Sow Fun (secondright) and
Lavnesh Thiruselvam (far right).

Asia’s leading health and beauty retailer once again gathered the largest Zumba gathering with its highly successful and record breaking Move Your Body Zumba event. This health initiative presented by Watsons Malaysia attained the Malaysia Book of Record for the 
Largest Participation for Glow in the Dark Zumba– a one of its kind achievement with 5360 registered participants

Watsons Malaysia top management with Zumba instructors before the
commencing of
Watsons Move Your Body Zumba 2016.

Caryn Loh, Chief Operating Officer, Watsons Malaysia delivering her welcoming address toparticipants at Watsons Move Your Body Zumba 2016.

This time around, Watsons Move Your Body Zumba brought a new level of fun and exciting
experience for Zumba enthusiasts with a glow in the night theme and timely to celebrate the Watson’s group 175th Anniversary celebration. This is the second record achieved byWatsons Move Your Body when it successfully received the Malaysia Book of Record for the largest participation in Zumba held last year in Penang with more than 7,000 participants.
“Watsons is known to champion innovative campaigns and empower the community around us. Watsons brand promise to Look Good, Feel Greatis a continuous effort calling all Malaysians to be fit and healthy,” said Caryn Loh, Chief Operating Officer, Watsons
Malaysia in her welcoming address to all participants.
The 2016 edition heldat Sunway Lagoon Surf Beach saw the enthusiastic Zumba participants sweating it all out with Zumba routines in collaboration with Zumba Fitness, the governing body for Zumba worldwide with its headquarters in Florida, United States.
“For the third year running, Watsons Move Your Body is becoming an iconic event and as
such we want to provide our customers the reward of money can’t buy experience with
international renowned Zumba instructors and a line-up of top DJs to entertain,”explained
Danny Hoh, Head of Marketing, Watsons Malaysia.
The thematic Zumba beach party with ‘Glow in the Dark’ theme was hosted by Hitz FM radio announcer Arnold who hyped up the night with stage activities and lucky draws.
The Watsons Move Your Body Zumba session began and wasled by two Zumba Education Specialists, David Velez from Colombia and Michael Thomas from Australia.

Michael Thomas
, Zumba Education Specialist from Australia leading the Zumba Jammers
and Zumba Shadows at Watsons Move Your Body Zumba 2016.
At the end of the Zumba session, the Malaysia Book of Record certificate presentation was
awarded to Watsons Malaysia and was received by Caryn and Danny. The presentation was witness together by Watsons Malaysia management team and the Zumba instructors to signify the success of Watsons Move Your Body Zumba.
The event continued to provide Zumba participants more excitement with non-stop DJ
spinning from top DJ line up including Jakeman & Skeletor, Leng Yein, Chuckiess &
Whackboi and H3.
For more information, visit

Friday, October 7, 2016


Guardian Malaysia is pitching in to support autism with a special range of La Gourmet thermal ware that are printed with birds sketched by local autistic talent, Muhammad Akhtar bin Ismail, or Akhtar for short.

This special range of merchandise, made available exclusively to Guardian Malaysia, can be redeemed under a loyalty programme rolled out on Wednesday 6 October 2016.

Unveiling the programme, at the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, today, Ms Christina Low, Marketing Director of Guardian Health and Beauty Sdn Bhd said: “The programme has been inspired by a special group in our community. It is driven by our goal of giving back to the community; to our customers and especially those in need. In this regard, we will be allocating RM200,000 from this programme as contribution to the Skill Development Fund, managed by The National Autism Society of Malaysia (NASOM).”

Sharing an insight into Guardian Malaysia’s philosophy on corporate responsibility, she said: “We recognise that as the leader in the pharmacy, health and beauty retailing sector, we are uniquely placed to harness the charitable nature of Malaysians, to contribute to worthy causes.

“With over 400 stores across the country serving a huge customer base, and the support of a wide network of business partners, Guardian provides a far greater reach than most other retailers. And it has been our policy to use this reach to help raise funds for as many charitable causes as possible.”

“This programme, will similarly leverage on Guardian’s reach to raise funds for NASOM’s skills development programme with the aim of training autistic children to be gainfully employed. In the process, we also aim to raise awareness of the special needs of this group in our community,” she added.

Ms Low expressed confidence that the programme would receive favourable response from shoppers for several reasons.

In addition to the fact that the product showcases Malaysian birds as part of the series, it also supports a local autistic talent, and raise awareness their special need.

She said: “This Bird Series Thermal Ware merchandise is exclusive to Guardian’s customers. On top of that, they get to enjoy savings of 62% on the retail price of the items, such as tumblers, lunch boxes and thermal cups.”

“This loyalty programme to offer a highly collectible range of high quality merchandise, at affordable prices, is in keeping with our tradition of delivering innovative and exciting value propositions to our customers. A tradition that started 49 years ago when Guardian opened its first store,” she added.


La Gourmet, a brand which has committed to producing products that promote a healthy lifestyle and presenting the environment, has produced 3 different Bird Series, for this collaboration. Guardian is making one series available each month, for the duration of the programme, from 6 October to 31 December, 2016. 

Consumers only need to make a purchase of RM20 to receive one stamp. Once they have collected 5 stamps, they can redeem purchase any of the merchandises at prices which gives them a savings of 62% from the usual retail prices.

For more information, please visit

Friday, September 2, 2016


“Mengapa Bayar Lebih? Belilah Dengan Harga Borong!” Hari ini, cawangan MYDIN yang kelima mula beroperasi di Melaka Bandaraya Bersejarah iaitu MYDIN Pulau Sebang selepas Pasar Raya Besar Mydin MiTC, Pasar Raya Besar Mydin Jasin, Bazar Mydin Melaka dan Emporium Mydin Melaka. MYDIN Pulau Sebang terletak di Lot No. PT 20 & PT 2053, Bandar Pulau Sebang, Jalan Besar, Pulau Sebang, 78000 Alor Gajah, Melaka. Cawangan ini juga dikenali sebagai MYDIN Tampin dalam kalangan penduduk setempat kerana lokasinya yang terletak di sempadan Tampin, Negeri Sembilan dan Pulau Sebang, Melaka.
Majlis pembukaan MYDIN Pulau Sebang disempurnakan oleh YBhg. Datuk Wira (Dr.) Haji Ameer Ali bin Mydin, Pengarah Urusan Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd. (MYDIN).
Turut hadir ialah barisan Ahli Lembaga Pengarah MYDIN yang lain.

“Alhamdulillah, MYDIN Pulau Sebang kini dapat dibuka. Uniknya mengenai cawangan pasar raya besar Mydin yang ke-23 ini adalah ciri bangunan dan landskapnya yang berkonsepkan kelestarian alam seiring dengan seruan Kerajaan Negeri Melaka sebagai Bandar Teknologi Hijau. MYDIN Pulau Sebang/Tampin terletak di kawasan geografi yang sedang membangun. Saya yakin dengan demografi setempat yang sedia ada ini, ianya mampu merancakkan pertumbuhan sosio-ekonomi di sini. Pemilihan lokasi strategik yang terletak di sempadan dua bandar iaitu bandar Pulau Sebang dan bandar Tampin membolehkan penduduk di sekitarnya menikmati pembelian secara harga borong di MYDIN sepanjang masa. Mengapa Bayar Lebih? Belilah Dengan Harga Borong!”.

Datuk Wira (Dr.) Haji Ameer Ali bin Mydin Pengarah Urusan Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd.

MYDIN Pulau Sebang merupakan Pasar Raya Besar Mydin yang ke-23 di Malaysia. Satu lagi format perniagaan juga dibuka pada hari ini iaitu cawangan baharu Kedai Serbaneka (MyMart) yang ke-12 d seluruh negara. Secara holistiknya, MYDIN kini telah mempunyai324 cawangan dengan pelbagai konsep perniagaan.

Nilai pelaburan untuk mendirikan MYDIN Pulau Sebang ini ialah RM150 juta. Keluasan keseluruhan bangunan MYDIN ialah 593, 406 kaki persegi. 127, 953 kaki persegi merupakan keluasan pasar raya yang menjual pelbagai jenis segmen barangan seperti barangan basah, makanan, aksesori, kesihatan, kecantikan, alat tulis, pakaian, barangan dapur, peralatan sukan dan banyak lagi. Bahagian mall pula berkeluasan 437, 026 kaki persegi yang merangkumi 58 lot kedai jualan dan 24 lot bazaar. Antara penyewa tersebut adalah seperti Marrybrown, Dazs Donuts & Coffee, Mee Tarik Warisan Asli, Cool Blog, Arabian Delight, Time Galerie, Watsons, Qalisha Beauty dan banyak lagi.
Bersesuaian dengan konsep menawarkan harga borong dan penjimatan sepanjang masa kepada pelanggan, MYDIN memilih lokasi kali ini setelah mengambil kira keadaan sosio-ekonomi dan demografi masyarakat setempat. Kewujudan MYDIN Pulau Sebang ini pastinya dapat membantu warga setempat untuk mendapatkan barangan keperluan mereka dengan akses yang lebih mudah pada harga yang berpatutan. Dengan tawaran harga yang berpatutan, penduduk di kawasan sekitar bandar Pulau Sebang kini mempunyai lokasi baru untuk membeli-belah. Malah, kewujudan pasar raya borong ini juga diharapkan dapat berperanan sebagai pembekal kepada kedai-kedai runcit serta restoran yang boleh mendapatkan pelbagai barangan di bawah satu bumbung. Secara tidak langsung ianya dapat menjana ekonomi setempat dan seterusnya mempromosikan kawasan Pulau Sebang sebagai salah satu pusat untuk mendapatkan barangan secara borong.

Terdapat pelbagai fasiliti yang disediakan di MYDIN Pulau Sebang seperti perkhidmatan Wi-Fi, surau lelaki dan perempuan, perkhidmatan Mesin Wang Automatik (ATM), 736 lot parkir kenderaan termasuklah parkir kenderaan bagi golongan Orang Kelainan Upaya (OKU), bilik penyusuan bayi, baby stroller, wheelchair, medan selera, serta kemudahan membeli-belah yang kondusif untuk keselesaan para pengunjung.
Keistimewaan dan kelainan yang ditawarkan kepada para pelanggan di MYDIN Pulau Sebang adalah:
 Terletak di sebuah bandar cowboy yang berpotensi untuk membangun dalam masa beberapa tahun akan datang
 Bangunan MYDIN pertama yang menggunakan warna hijau bagi menyahut seruan kerajaan yang merealisasikan Melaka Bandar Teknologi Hijau
 Berhadapan dengan stesen Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) Pulau Sebang/Tampin dimana merupakan laluan utama pengguna yang mengunakan rel ke Melaka
 Mall yang pertama yang mempunyai travellator yang menghubungkan medan selera ke pasar raya besar
 Landskap lestari alam di mana cawangan pertama yang mempunyai taman permainan untuk kanak-kanak dan laluan joging yang terletak di belakang bangunan pasar raya
 Mee Tarik Warisan Asli yang pertama di Melaka boleh dinikmati di MYDIN Pulau Sebang (Cara pembuatan/tarikan mee yang asli dari Lanzhou)
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 Reka bentuk bangunan yang berkonsepkan futuristik yang menunjukkan MYDIN sedang maju dan berkembang
 Lokasi strategik yang berhampiran dengan kawasan perumahan, pekan kecil, perkampungan dan lebuh raya
 Terletak di kawasan berhampiran cawangan MYDIN yang sedia ada iaitu MYDIN MiTC dan MYDIN Jasin. Ini memberikan kelebihan kepelbagaian pilihan barangan dalam kuantiti yang lebih besar
 Menawarkan produk HALAL sahaja dengan harga borong sepanjang masa
 Pilihan yang lengkap dan pelbagai di bawah satu bumbung
 Servis pemotongan untuk produk segar seperti daging, ayam dan ikan
 Sistem susunan produk yang sistematik dan mesra pengguna

Pembukaan MYDIN Pulau Sebang mewujudkan 350 peluang pekerjaan baru (300 jawatan di bahagian pasar raya dan 50 jawatan yang merangkumi jawatan-jawatan di bahagian Mall) untuk penduduk setempat. Secara tidak langsung, pembukaan ini dapat mengurangkan kadar pengangguran di negara ini, khususnya di Melaka dan Negeri Sembilan. Selain itu, kakitangan dapat meningkatkan pengetahuan dan pengalaman kerja yang berkaitan dengan bidang peruncitan.

AROMA, sudut jualan makanan Ready to Eat (RTE) dijual dengan harga yang berpatutan juga terdapat di MYDIN ini. Ianya adalah makanan yang telah siap dimasak dan dibungkus supaya mudah dibawa serta boleh terus dimakan. Bagi pelanggan yang ingin berjimat, untuk mendapatkan hidangan makanan, mereka boleh mencuba makanan yang ada di RTE ini kerana RTE menawarkan harga yang berpatutan. Jomlah, pastinya memuaskan hati anda!

MYDIN Pulau Sebang juga memasarkan produk Kedai Rakyat 1Malaysia (KR1M). Peruncit dan pengusaha kedai boleh terus mendapatkan bekalan produk KR1M secara borong untuk dijual di kedai runcit masing-masing. Sementalahan itu, produk-produk Industri Kecil dan Sederhana (IKS) seperti kuih baulu, dodol, rempah masakan, kuih-muih dan pelbagai lagi juga boleh didapati di MYDIN Pulau Sebang.

MYDIN menggalakkan semua organisasi kerajaan, organisasi bukan kerajaan dan individu untuk mengadakan aktiviti kemasyarakatan di MYDIN. Dalam usaha memenuhi tanggungjawab korporat sosial ini, MYDIN selalu menawarkan harga borong kepada semua pihak yang ingin membuat sebarang pembelian produk untuk tujuan kebajikan. Di samping itu juga, MYDIN menyediakan satu kumpulan staf yang khusus untuk membantu dalam aktiviti pembelian di aras jualan dan pembungkusan barangan yang dibeli secara borong/pukal. Lazimnya, MYDIN menerima banyak kerjasama sebegini di musim-musim perayaan dan di musim awal persekolahan. Walau bagaimanapun, kerjasama dalam usaha memenuhi tanggungjawab korporat sosial ini tidak terhad pada musim-musim tertentu sahaja, MYDIN sentiasa siap siaga untuk menerima kerjasama sebegini setiap masa walaupun pada hari-hari biasa.

Sempena dengan pembukaan MYDIN Pulau Sebang ini, pelbagai tawaran istimewa diberikan kepada para pengunjung yang hadir. Misalnya, sepanjang tempoh tiga hari promosi, bermula 2 September 2016 hingga 4 September 2016, pemberian baucar beli-belah MYDIN bernilai RM5.00 diberikan kepada pemegang keahlian baru kad Meriah dan pembaharuan keahlian kad Meriah.
Keahlian kad Meriah terbahagi kepada dua, iaitu Kad Meriah Biru dan Kad Meriah Perak atau lebih dikenali sebagai pemborong. Sehingga kini, Kad Meriah sudah melebihi 320,000 keahlian di seluruh Malaysia.
Selain itu, para pelanggan MYDIN Pulau Sebang juga berpeluang menikmati promosi harga istimewa bersempena dengan pembukaan cawangan baru ini seperti:

Carrie Junior Colouring Contest dan Caricature diadakan khas untuk hiburan kanak-kanak usai para ibu bapa dan penjaga berbelanja di MYDIN Pulau Sebang. Penampilan istimewa seperti Clown dan Magician, maskot Carrie Junior dan maskot Marry Brown menggamitkan suasana meriah untuk kanak-kanak. Selain itu cabutan bertuah juga diadakan buat para pengunjung yang bertuah untuk membawa pulang hadiah menarik. Para pembekal lain seperti Nestle dan P&G turut mengadakan pelbagai aktiviti menarik. Maggi, Nescafe, Adabi, Mamee dan Supercoffee juga mengedarkan sampel makanan dan minuman untuk para pelanggan.
Beberapa selebriti dan penyampai radio tempatan daripada Suria FM, Melaka FM, Negeri FM, THR Raaga, dan Astro juga turut memeriahkan majlis pembukaan selama tiga hari berturut-turut. Alamilah sendiri keseronokan membeli-belah dan berhibur di MYDIN!

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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Free for you to go Setia Alam.

Today is my busy day and also tomorrow so I didn't go for any event today. Someone whatapps me to ask me to go a free event. The place is quite far way its at Setia Alam, which I am not familiar and need waze to go.

The time of event is very jam so I decided to let go of the event. Kids education comes first as I need to fetch my son back from tuition, there's no transporter that is able to help me. Further more the transporter is asking for RM200 for a pax for one way for a month. It's expensive just think of it is better I send my son to tuition and back on my own.

Yesterday I went the event at Grand Dorsett Hotel, parking with validate parking ticket RM7. If not it would be RM6 for first hour.

I haven't got time to update the RWG which I went on last Saturday still sorting out the photos. Stay tune on my other blog for update.

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Food For The Brain, Research Driven Healthy Cook Book

Everyone has got a busy lifestyle, lets don't forget about health. There are health and cook books targeted at weight management, increasing stamina and fitness, and even eating for your blood type, but have you considered eating for brain health?

Our brain is among our most important organs, the seat of cognitive function, memory and learning. However, the brain as with all organs is also susceptible to degenerative disorders, such as Parkinson's disease, forms of dementia including Alzheimer's disease. These disorders are most frequently linked to ageing.
Professor Shirasawa  from the Department of Ageing Control Medicine, Dokkyo Medical University with newly launched "Food For The Braina health and recipe book to promote brain health in reducing effects of dementia such as Alzheimer’s disease. 

In 2015, there were 2.8 million senior citizens (aged 60 and above) or 9 per cent out of Malaysia’s 31 million population. By the year 2050, it is expected that Malaysia will have 40.7 million citizens with 23.5% of the population being senior citizen. Currently, 1.4 out 10 Malaysian adults aged 60 and above suffer from dementia. The incidence of dementia rises to 22.7% among those 75 years and above.

Healthy fats, including those found in local favorites coconut and fatty fish, may be the delicious and simple solution that can help to extend brain function for more years.

Enter Food for the Brain, a research-driven healthy cook book by Japanese anti-ageing specialist Professor Takuji Shirasawa that forwards the case for feeding your brain with the healthy fats from coconut and fatty fish to reduce degenerative effects for longer.

Professor Shirasawa is a prolific author in Japan with more than 230 books published for both the general public and the scientific community. His anti-ageing books have sold more than 3 million copies in Japan.

Food for the Brain has been written specifically for readers in Malaysia and Singapore, with recipes created to suit local tastes. It is available in English and Mandarin, with a Bahasa Malaysia version expected soon.

Printed in large type for easy reading even for older readers, with clear explanations for all ages, Food for the Brain highlights the role of Omega 3 fatty acids and MCTs in reducing the risk of dementia, diabetes, stroke and excessive weight gain. It features beautifully styled and photographed food, that will whet every appetite. Click here to know about the Professor.

Start today feeding your brain’s future with Food For The Brain healthy cook book

The first half of the book focuses on the research into the effects of Medium Chain Triglycerides and Omega 3 that have been proven to help reduce the effects of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia with daily intake. The research has been presented in simple, easy to understand language.

It is important to note that these healthy fats are not a cure for those with degenerative brain diseases, but they have been shown in laboratory settings, and in small group usage to lessen some of the effects of degenerative brain diseases, and improve overall health; and to delay the onset of these diseases.

The second half of Food for the Brain showcase the recipes that were developed through a collaborative effort between experts across anti-ageing, nutrition, food styling and photography; Professor Shirasawa, Ms Daniela Shiga, Cooperating Researcher with Juntendo University Graduate School of Medicine, MyKenzen, a renowned nutrition service consulting company, Pelita Lim, a prominent food stylist in South-East Asia and Keat Song, an accomplished photographer.

These experts ensured that the recipes in this book were developed with local taste preferences and available ingredients in mind, analysed for high content of Omega 3 and MCT, tested for ease of preparation, tasted for deliciousness and proven in terms of nutritional values.

Each recipe comes with a beautifully styled and photographed image of the completed dish or beverage. The facing page details the ingredients, method of preparation, number of servings, nutritional analysis of calories, tips from Daniella on the additional benefits of ingredients, and the amount of MCT or Omega 3 present in the dish.

The recipe section is divided into food and drinks for different occasions – Breakfast, On the Go and Snacks, Main Meals and Sides as well as Drinks and Dessert, for quick reference.

“Maintaining good brain function, and overall good health for longer is very important as it will determine how the golden years are spent. If we start early with the right diet, we can look forward to a more active, productive and happier life after 60 with reduced risk of degenerative brain diseases. The traditional Malaysian diet that was rich in coconut and fatty fish such as sardines and tuna was better for brain health, than the more processed ‘fast foods’ that are the norm now,” said Professor Shirasawa.

“It is never too early to begin eating for health, in fact we should be eating for health from childhood. With this book, my first for Malaysia, we have shared the science, and brought readers recipes that will let them experience the point where healthy for the brain and delicious meet,” he added.

Everyone can benefit from the research, recipes and recommendations in Food for the Brain, from senior citizens and their caregivers, to younger people aiming to make a positive change in their longer term health. Even cooks and chefs will find these recipes a useful addition for natural, healthy, coconut and fatty fish based recipes which can be made with ease and flair.

Among the dishes are Chia Seed Porridge, Coconut Pancake, Mackerel Curry, Mum’s Sardines, Parmesan Crusted Tuna Rice Balls, Tuna & Sardine Wrap, Coconut Milk Ice Cream and Mango Coconut Smoothie.

Pricing and Availability

Food for the Brain, if you have interest to purchase this book, it is available now through Popular Bookstores, nationwide at an introductory price of RM 15.90 per copy (original price: RM 19.90 per copy). Every purchase of Food for the Brain comes with a complimentary Ayam Brand coconut milk (200ml);
while stocks last.

Thursday, April 14, 2016


Loving to eat Kenny Rogers ROASTERS (KRR), love to share with you something about KRR.
Kenny Rogers ROASTERS (KRR) took Malaysia by storm when it first opened in Kuala Lumpur, back in 1994. The restaurant’s mid-casual dining concept featuring its irresistible and succulent rotisserie roasted chicken, complemented by a wide variety of hot and cold side dishes, proved to be a winning recipe with Malaysians who enjoyed the brand’s delicious and healthy food.

You can dine in at any KRR restaurant across Malaysia will be able to enjoy a free Country-style Chicken Soup and Iced Lemon Tea with any main meal purchased, from today onwards until 29th May 2016.

I can never forget my happy time dining in KRR during my birthday last year.

I like to eat KRR, I recalled the favourite KRR my family would go is the branch in Subang Parade.

To redeem the offer, you are requested to present their Facebook post share, vouchers, e-vouchers, newspaper cut-outs or present the SMS upon placing your order at the restaurant.

Kenny Rogers ROASTERS (KRR), In further efforts to share their delicious and healthy meals with the less fortunate, KRR will also contribute Kenny’s Quarter Lite Meal for every 22 Likes received on their Facebook post, to selected charitable organisations.

For more information on Kenny Rogers ROASTERS, contact 03 - 2119 9888 or visit You can also follow their updates on

Friday, April 8, 2016

The 5th Wave movie review

I love to watch movies and been missing out alot of movies lately due to commitment to fetch son from tuition.

The 5th Wave, a nice movie to watch. It consists of romance, love, family, separation, alien, spaceship, army. Disaster of nature too, big wave like tsunami that caused many building and properties destroyed.

It is PG13 movie as you'll need to be there to watch with your children. The movie is interesting to watch together with children. We watched with YS, he's 10 years old.

The movie consists of killing too about the other (alien) but in human kind body that wanna kill all the human kind on earth.

Who can you trust? Who is the other? Who are they?

Why not find out yourself by watching the 5th Wave.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Travel expenses to event is it worth it?

There are so many events going on, when comes to event I am picky because I need to see my schedule to find whether I can make it or not.

I also need to check where is the place, usually the venue of important most to me. I need to travel there on my own, whether I am using public transport or drive there. I also need to beat the jam and we never know about the traffic of the area.

If there's an event nearer to me I would choose the nearby because I don't need to spend more time going out early and stuck in jam to go the venue. Other than that, you never know what you are getting from the event. Seldom there's pr that willing to tell you exactly the contain of what you are getting. I usually attend due to my interest or things that interest or there's good time to spend with kids and family members.

I do go for event that is single travel blogger invitation as I will check whether it's suitable for me to go or not the date and time. I would definitely check with my dear if he's able to fetch our kids.

It's about what we are getting from an event but it's also a place for us to social with others. There was time that I have agree to go to an event which is far away, then there is invitation that is nearer to me. Because I have promise to go for the event there, I decided to let go of the venue that is nearer to me because of my promises.

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