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06 February 2016

【记者会】ntv7新年电视剧《记忆中的菜单》和八度空间贺岁短片《我的全家福》新年期间播出 #178golucky




ntv7 《记忆中的菜单》记者会访问篇段 The Missing Menu Interview

04 February 2016

The Movie That Inspire Me To Be Who I Am Today

One of the leisure activities I always love to do is to watch great movies. It is also a good choice for couple and family to hang out together too. Today I would like to share one of my favourite movies and how it forms the person I am today.

"The Secret Life of Walter Mitty"
"The Secret Life of Walter Mitty"
What's my favourite movie? The first movie that came into my mind is "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty". You may watch the trailer first if you haven't watch this movie before.

27 January 2016

12 Things To Do In Udo Island, Jeju-do

Things To Do In Udo Island, Jeju-do

Udo ( also called U-island), a small island located at the eastern coast of Jeju Island. Udo Island was named because it resembles a lying cow. It boasts fertile soil, abundant schools of fish, and scenic sights; local heritages (female divers, stone walls, and stone tombs) as well as natural attractions abound on the island, making it a miniature of Jeju Island. The island is also full of amenities and tourism outlets: fishing, bike trails, sand massages, submarine tours and cruises.

Seobin Baeksa (a white beach designated Natural Monument No. 438) has appeared regularly in films and TV commercials thanks to its breathtaking white sand and emerald sea. The sea around the beach showcases different colors depending on the water level. This makes Seobin Baeksa one of the most popular tourist attractions in Jeju-do, along with Hallasan Mountain. Standing on Udobong Peak (132.5m), the highest spot on the island, is a lighthouse surrounded by a spacious park. The peak offers outstanding overlooks of the island at a glance.

Below are things to do in Udo Island and you will definitely love this place if you love nature scenery including the beach and sea!

26 January 2016

Maxis Kongsi Home Project with EPIC Homes - An Initiative To Build Homes For The Less Fortunate

Maxis Kongsi Home Project with EPIC Homes - An Initiative To Build Homes For The Less Fortunate

Maxis Kongsi Home Project with EPIC Homes - An Initiative To Build Homes For The Less Fortunate

Johnson-Oei, CEO/Founder of EPIC Homes (3rd from left), Sulin Lau, Maxis’ Head of Marketing Services (centre), together with Mr Handa from Rakuten Malaysia (far left), Miki Ong, Head of Affiliate Marketing, Gem Five (2nd from left), Andrew Gnananatham, CMO, Lazada Malaysia (3rd from right), Marcus Chan, Marketing Manager, HappyFresh (2nd from right) and Lee Sue Ann, Partnership Manager, Zalora (far right), at the press conference earlier today.
It is always good to see brands doing something good during the festive season. Instead of the normal crowdfund campaign, Maxis has partnered up with top ecommerce sites including Lazada, Zalora, Gem Five, Rakuten and HappyFresh to crowdfund new houses for Malaysian families in need through e-Commerce shopping and e-Giving. Since this is for a great cause, you now have more reason to shop and donate RM8 angpow to help the needy at the same time.

To Kongsi-a-Home, online shoppers just add RM8 worth of building materials to your shopping cart, and this will be donated to community home-building projects by EPIC Homes. If 5% of Malaysian online shoppers donate just RM8, the Kongsi Home project will be able to crowdfund 50 new home-building projects by EPIC Homes. That's how powerful the internet users in Malaysia can do as a team.

If you want to shop from ZALORA, here's a special ZALORA discount code (ZBAPX8H) for 15% discount on your total purchase. This give you a better reason to include at least one RM8 donation pack to your shopping cart right? Or, you can use Shopback to get up to 30% cash back from Zalora, Lazada, and many more merchants for yourself and trust me, not only you are saving money, you are saving time from getting stuck in the traffic just because you want to go and buy some grocery or new outfit for this Chinese New Year.

I went to Tesco to shop for CNY goods last weekend and it was really crowded especially when you need to pay your stuff at the crowded counter. Therefore online shopping is definitely a good way to safe you from trouble yo.