Thursday, July 30, 2015

EXCLUSIVE HARI RAYA CELEBRATION FOR 100 ORPHANAGE CHILDREN

It's Thursday evening, how's everyone doing? Here's an update on a meaningful festive I attended yesterday.

In celebration of Syawal, leading pharmacy, health and beauty retailer Guardian Malaysia held an exclusive Aidilfitri celebration for 100 children from three orphanages across the Klang Vallery. The delightful evening of fun, festivity and food brings smile to the children, the event was held at The Place, One City.

As part of the programme, the children were also treated to learning the traditional art of ketupat weaving. Many enjoyed having their caricature drawn by an artist, took wefies at the event photo wall, as well as redeemed free movie tickets sponsored by MCT Berhad.

Can you spot the former 3R TV hosts?
Rafidah sharing ketupat weaving with kids

The children from Pertubuhan Kebajikan and Perlindungan Nur Qaseh Malaysia, Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak-anak Yatim Al-Nasuha, and Pusat Jagaan Baitus Sakinah Wal Mahabbah enjoed a festive fare of sayur lodeh, rendang, serunding, lemang, ketupat, and traditional desserts such as dodol and wajik.

From left Ricky Soon, Operations Director presents voucher to Rumah Anak Yatim Baitus Sakinah Wal Mahabbah, Mike Reid, Supply Chain Director Group Health & Beauty presents voucher to Rumah Perlindungan Al-Nasuha, Marketing Director Christine Low and Margaret Lau, Merchandiser Director presenting voucher to Rumah Anak Yatim Nur Qaseh. 

Marketing Director of Guardian Health and Beauty Sdn Bhd, Christina Low presented each home with RM10,000 in Guardian vouchers, which can be used to redeem essential items such as toiletries, personal care and hygiene products, pharmaceutical items as well as medical aid for the children.

Mock vouchers presentations to:
- Rumah Anak Yatim Nur Qaseh
- Rumah Perlindungan Al-Nasuha
- Rumah Anak Yatim Baitus Sakinah Wal Mahabbah

The children smitten by Aiman Hakim Ridza.

The evening was further accentuated with festive entertainment and antics by celebrities that included songstress and businesswoman Dato' Siti Nurhaliza, singer and actor Sean Ghazi, host Nazrudin Rahman, actor and singer Aiman Hakim Ridza, former radio announcers JD and Dilly, as well as formers 3R TV hosts - Masterchef Asia Celina Khor, scripwriter Rafidah Abdullah and Director of iM4U FM Kartini Kamalul Ariffin. 

I can see the orphanage children happy together in the night, some of them are cuddling the cute pink bears too. Each pink bear has a message penned for them. 

At the Grand Ballroom foyer where the event was held, guests and medias were invited to dedicate Raya wishes to the children. Many penned motivational messages aimed at inspiring them. Aidilfitri Bersama Guardian is part of Guardian Malaysia's long-standing Corporate Social Responsibility efforts to give back to the communities they conduct business in.

Thank you Guardian Malaysia for inviting us to Aidilfitri Bersama Guardian.

The beautiful background of Aidilfitri Bersama Guardian. My son wants to ride the bicycle, hehe.. but he prefers three wheels bicycle? 

If you like to know more about Guardian, please visit www.guardian.com.my





Wednesday, July 29, 2015

PARTY IN BLACK CLEAR


Tomorrow is the night where my girlfriend and I will be partying. Yeah it would be a night for us, she has car problem the other day so its best to bring her out for fun night. Sunway Resort & Spa is not far away from her, so it's great for her.

I won the passes to go PARTY IN BLACK CLEAR. 
I took part in the of Clear zero dandruff challenge and pledge for confidence.

Have #nothingtohide and celebrate confidence with CLEAR

It's the pinnacle of a meaningful cause.
It's the culmination of an empowering campaign.
It's certainly a celebration of great confidence.

Agents of Confidence in the night we'll see
Shaheizy Sam and Juliana Evans.

We going to see local hip hop legend, Joe Flizzow with 'Apa Khabar' with an electrifying performance.
The night will not end there as DJ B.A.T.E will keep the party going with beats.

Yeah we can't wait to go for this party.

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Bata shoes fair and Korean fair in Midvalley

How's everyone doing today? Are you feeling Monday blue? Yesterday, we went Midvalley shopping mall and one of the reason is shopping for my boys. I bought two pair of white shoes for my son, then two pairs of sandals for my man.
Men's sandals for my dear each pair normal price RM39.90, during the sale RM27.50 each pair sandals, so bought two pairs, white shoes for my son RM39.90 bought two pairs but for son there's promotion where two pairs only RM38.00. Almost forgot to add in there is RM5.72 6% GST charged of it, so total payment is RM93.00.

 The sandals for man choice are limited. Bata fair, we used to purchase more shoes as they have more choice back then. The lighting in the hall was dark too, so I didn't want to see any ladies shoes. We didn't find any shoes that fit my 4 yrs old son.

As for me and sister-in-law we go try out the ladies Korean's dresses. We like it so much and we took a few to try out, it's free of charge to try them out and also you can use own phone to snap photos. They have Korean food to purchase, but because we are in hurry we didn't purchase any kimchi to try out.

I have been waiting to try out this Korean's outfit for a long time, didn't know there are having a fair there. It's my lucky day indeed that we have the chance to try out, they have men's outfit too but sadly my man doesn't want to try it out else we have a couple photo instead.

In the afternoon we have lunch at the food court, we were early so we have plenty of seats to choose from. In the late afternoon the place was pack and flooded with people.


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