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Sunday, February 26, 2017

Chinese New Year Open House MYDIN- SJ ECHO 2017

 It's a happening night last Friday, it's Chinese New Year Open House MYDIN- SJ ECHO 2017. This year is the 5th year where MYDIN and SJ ECHO has work closely together. SJ ECHO is local Subang Jaya community newspaper. As early as 6pm, many people regardless race come to MYDIN USJ to celebrate the Chinese New Year until 11.30 at night. 11.30pm is the last lucky draw held for the day for lucky shoppers.

20 residents from Old Folks Home Seri Setia, Sungai Way, Petaling Jaya, watching the lion dance performance
Chinese New Year Open House MYDIN- SJ ECHO 2017, has welcome the representatives from local authorities Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan (PBT) namely Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya (MPSJ), Police Daerah Subang Jaya, Bomba & Penyelamat Daerah Subang Jaya and other VIPs guests. Special guests 20 residents from Old Folks Home Seri Setia, Sungai Way, Petaling Jaya, watched the lion dance performance.
Group photo of some residents from Old Folks Home Seri Setia and VIPs guests with Datuk Wira (Dr.) Haji Ameer Ali Mydin Pengarah Urusan Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd.
 The evening was raining and didn't stop the performance of lion dance. They are performance like dragon dance, wushu performance, fire eater, face mask changing performance. The lucky draw for lucky shoppers held every hour from 9.30pm. Lucky shoppers of Meriah MYDIN card entitled for the lucky draw with minimum spend of RM88 in a single receipt. The receipts of last minute submit was 7pm on 24 February 2017 at Information Counter of MYDIN USJ. It started from 17 February the receipts for submission by shoppers.The lucky draw sessions held in the same night.
Yee Sang tossing with residents of Old Folks Home Seri Setia and VIPs guests with Datuk Wira (Dr.) Haji Ameer Ali Mydin Pengarah Urusan Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd.
 It's a happening night, we saw the firecrackers and many people enjoy themselves. There's a stage near the food court where lucky draw held there.
20 residents of Old Folks Home Seri Setia happy received the Angpao and goodie bag from  Datuk Wira (Dr.) Haji Ameer Ali Mydin Pengarah Urusan Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd
 Clown, stilt walker and God of Prosperity mingle around the MYDIN USJ from 8pm to 11pm.
Many people happy find food and drinks at Foodstreet, they are total of 21 stalls.
The 21 food street with total of 21 stalls serve variety of food and drinks namely Honey Roasted Chicken, Black Pepper Chicken, Cake, Pastry, Fried Bihun, Chicken Rice, Nasi Lemak, Maggi and popcorn etc.  My son and me spotted the Kungfu Panda at the entrance of MYDIN USJ, thank you MYDIN for having us. You can view more photos from my album Facebook Fan Page, click on the link to view it. I have upload the live videos on my Facebook and updates on instagram @sherrygo.
my son @seanleiys with me

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Reality Check: Do Supplements Works? Shaklee Malaysia Spearheads Health & Wellness Awareness Programme for a Healthier Malaysia

LONG TERM DIETARY SUPPLEMENT LEADS TO LOWER PREVALENCE OF CHRONIC DISEASES
Shaklee Malaysia Spearheads Health & Wellness Awareness Programme for a Healthier Malaysia
L -R: Ms.Celeste Lau Wai Hong, Dietetics Manager of Sunway Medical Centre, Dr. Bruce Daggy, Senior Vice President & Development and Chief Science Officer of Shaklee Corporation, Dr. Rajbans Singh, President of the Malaysian Wellness Society, Ms. Helen Lam, President of Shaklee Malaysia
 A landmark dietary supplement study1 revealed that long-term dietary supplement usage was consistently associated with the lowering risks of heart and brain-related diseases, cancer as well as diabetes. The landmark Study Research Findings presentation by Dr Bruce Buggy, Senior Vice President, Research & Development and Chief Science Officer of Shaklee Corporation.

From the study, it was discovered that multiple dietary supplement users had:
* 11% lower cholesterol ratios and 33% lower levels triglycerides (associated with heart diseases)
* 36% lower levels of homocysteine (associated with heart and brain related disease)
* 59% lower levels of C-reactive protein (associated with cancer and diabetes)


Conducted by the University of Berkeley, the cross-sectional study involved 1,056 participants across three sample groups – long term non-dietary supplement users, single supplement users and multiple supplement users. The study was designed to observe dietary supplement usage patterns, health and nutritional status among dietary supplement users, with 50% of the multiple supplement users on average consuming supplements such as multivitamin, vitamin B-complex, vitamin C, carotenoids, calcium with Vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids, flavonoids, glucosamine, probiotic supplement (for women) and soy protein supplement (for men) for over 20 years.
 

Long-term multiple dietary supplement users who consumed high bioavailability dietary supplements were also found to have improved health. Bioavailability is a term used to describe the proportion of a nutrient that is absorbed from the diet and is used for regular body functions. Thus, these users are more likely to have lower concentrations of chronic disease-related biomarkers including serum homocysteine, C-reactive protein, high-density lipoprotein cholesterol and triglycerides as well as more likely to have optimal blood nutrient concentrations including folate, vitamin C, alpha and beta carotene and vitamin E.

Based on the findings of the study, the prevalence for general and chronic diseases were found to be lower in multiple dietary supplement users as compared to the non-dietary supplement and single-dietary supplement users.
 


Supplement Wisely

At the “Reality Check: Do Supplements Work?” expert roundtable session, Dr Bruce Daggy, Senior Vice President, Research & Development and Chief Science Officer of Shaklee Corporation said, “It is important to know the efficacy of the dietary supplements we take, to ensure that we are absorbing the fullest of the focused nutrients. The dietary study gives us a clear snapshot of how important dietary supplements are in our daily life, and that it plays an equally important role in providing quality nutrients together with a balanced diet. The key take-away is that we should always supplement wisely.”

Eating Healthy

Also present at the expert roundtable discussion, Dato’ Dr Rajbans Singh, President of the Malaysian Wellness Society discussed the holistic approach to leading a healthier lifestyle. “Holistic health is not the absence of sickness. That is why it is important that Malaysians understand the key components to leading a healthy lifestyle. Leading a healthy lifestyle starts with making smart choices from every food group and emphasising on key nutrient benefits that your body requires. While we live by the term “everything in moderation”, we must ensure that a balanced nutrition is not compromised”.
 

Exercise and Maintain an Optimal Weight

Ranked as the most obese country in Asia, the National Health & Morbidity Survey of 2015, revealed that half of the Malaysian population are either obese or overweight2 making losing weight a crucial step to improving one’s health for Malaysians. A sedentary lifestyle leads to weight gain and obesity which would then increase the risk of various chronic diseases. On-board as a panellist at the roundtable session, expert in nutrition, Ms Celeste Lau Wai Hong, Dietetics Manager of Sunway Medical Centre said, "The Malaysian practice of unhealthy eating due to the abundance of rich food around us and sedentary lifestyles are the main drivers towards obesity. While optimal weight is key to reducing risks of diseases, an active lifestyle should be a priority for all and not just the obese. Malaysians need to undertake healthy eating habits and they can start by cutting down sugar or food that's high in fats."


While the findings of the dietary supplement study is evident that dietary supplements play a positive impact as an important source of nutrients and lowering disease prevalence, it is fundamental that Malaysians are aware of the three key components to leading a healthy lifestyle – eating healthy, staying active as well as supplement wisely.


3 KEY COMPONENTS TOWARDS A HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE

EATING HEALTHY
STAYING ACTIVE
SUPPLEMENT WISELY

The media roundtable session: Reality Check: Do Supplement Works?
Roundtable discussion by

Dr. Bruce Daggy, Senior Vice President & Development and Chief Science Officer of Shaklee Corporation,
Dr. Rajbans Singh, President of the Malaysian Wellness Society
Ms.Celeste Lau Wai Hong, Dietetics Manager of Sunway Medical Centre


During the media session, Ms Helen Lam, President of Shaklee Malaysia said, “As a leading nutrition company for over 13 years in Malaysia, we have been championing wellness, and encouraging Malaysians to take charge of their health. This is the direction that Shaklee Malaysia will continue to steer towards together with the community around us. And we have also put in place health and wellness-focused programmes and on-ground activations to educate our pool of distributors as well as Malaysians in general. We hope that many more Malaysians will be empowered to start by making small changes in their diet and lifestyle towards a longer and healthy life.”


The expert roundtable session marks the beginning of Shaklee Malaysia’s wellness education campaign, “Live Well, Be Well”. More key health and wellness-focused community activities and programmes are targeted to be rolled out, in conjunction with the official opening of Shaklee Malaysia’s new home office in May 2017. Distributors and the public at large can expect thematic ongoing activities and educational workshops during this campaign period via their Facebook page at facebook.com/shakleeproductsmalaysia


For more information on Shaklee Malaysia: Website: www.shaklee.com.my
Facebook: www.facebook.com/shakleeproductsmalaysia
Customer Care Hotline : 1800 88 6577

Monday, February 20, 2017

Veet Sensitive Touch Workshop

Speech by Tiffany Tang, Marketing Director of RB Malaysia & Singapore
  
 Last week I was invited to attend the Veet Sensitive Touch Workshop, the workshop was held at Talent Lounge at Damansara Perdana. 
The new gadget in town is Veet Sensitive Touch, beauty can be a tricky stunt when it comes to hair removal and trimming, as many sensitive body parts demand skill and care. Bikini lines, eyebrows and underarms are delicate areas that requires gentle yet precise trimming, which existing tools like razors and tweezers cannot fully provide. I am glad to tell you that world's No.1 depilatory brand Veet has recently rolled out a new beauty gadget that makes hair trimming a breeze.
 Currently women often shape eyebrows by tweezing or threading, as well as use razors for hair removal aat bikini line and underarms. 

"Research has shown that unfortunately the market does not cater to method that treats each sensitive area with the precision, gentleness and convenience it needs. Hence, women seems to need a whole armory of tools like razors, tweezers, cream, wax strips and so on to tame those tricky terrains," said Tiffany Tang, Marketing Director of RB Malaysia and Singapore at the workshop. 

According to Celebrity Makeup Artist Stevensunny, maintaining a well-shaped brow is just as important in a woman's beauty regime as skincare. "Your eyebrows speak before you do. You can convey boldness and confidence with a squared off brow, or arch it differently to show free spirits. Many women have told me they don't know how to do it properly and are afraid of messing it up. This is why I love Veet Sensitive Touch, it is suitable for all brow types and skill levels, and you can adjust the length of hair to trim. So, if you don't like or got bored of the style you created, it is easier to change it!" says Stevesunny, who demonstrated the ease of using the device to create arches and angles at the gadget workshop.
demonstration of Veet Sensitive Touch by Stevensunny, Celebrity Makeup Artist
Chit-chat session with Amber Chia, Malaysia Supermodel and Actress
Malaysia Supermodel and Actress Amber Chia, gushed that Veet Sensitive Touch saves time-pressed women like her from the inconvenience and discomfort of traditional eyebrow shaping methods. "Gentle, precise and no fear of cuts - this is what beauty should fee like," says Amber Chia.

No bigger than en electronic toothbrush, Veet Sensitive Touch can be carried in a handbag and come to the rescue in any hairy situations throughout the day. Have a dinner date but the brow is looking unruly after work? Simply whip out the device and quickly comb it over the brows to gussy up your look!
At the workshop, get to see the Veet Sensitive Touch gadget and used it to trim the fake hairs
Each Veet Sensitive Touch comes with one beauty styler, one two-sided precision head for optimal eyebrow shaping, one bikini trimming head, one comb attachments, one styler cap, one cleaning brush, and one beauty pouch. The device runs on AA battery, which included in the packaging too. Veet Sensitive Touch retails at RM119.00 at major pharmacies nationwide and online retailers.

The Veet Sensitive Touch, this new gadget in town is a game-changing device that comes with various detachable heads to faciliate accurate and gentle hair trimming at sensitive body parts, such as the eyebrows, underarms and bikinilines. The cutting blades are specially designed to never touch your skin during usage, hence no risk of cuts. I tried the gadget at the event and it didn't cut my skin, it's user friendly tool.

from L to R: Rock, Korean and Bohemian Brows with Veet Sensitive Touch by Stevensunny, Celebrity Makeup Artist
More photos has been taken do check out album 1 of my Facebook page. Click on the link to view. You can also follow the updates on Facebook Veet Malaysia.
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Saturday, February 18, 2017

Strategies for Saving Up a Down Payment


While minimum down payments have decreased, it is best to have at least a 20 percent down payment before purchasing a home in order to truly take advantage of the lowest interest rates, inexpensive monthly mortgage payments and overall savings, according to Betterment.com.


Prospective homebuyers also need to take into consideration other closing costs, like appraisal, private mortgage insurance and property taxes. You should also make sure you have an emergency fund and enough savings for potential home repairs, in addition to your down payment, before purchasing your home. Therefore, it is important that you are serious about saving your money before even considering buying a home even when the real estate scene in Malaysia is at its lower point these years.


Read these tips for saving up for a down payment, as well as other closing costs, home repairs and your emergency fund.


Open a Savings Account

If you are currently only using a checking account, open a savings account at the same bank or credit union. Using one financial institution is much more convenient, since most banks and credit unions allow you to transfer funds back and forth from accounts electronically and instantaneously. You can easily
move money into savings from your checking account online without visiting a physical bank. Savings accounts also tend to have a much higher interest rate than checking accounts, so this is an easy method of saving money while gaining more in interest.


Start a Budget
You can create a budget on a spreadsheet, according to The Simple Dollar. Write down your monthly gross income, then subtract taxes and other regular monthly costs -- like rent, gas, utilities, transportation, car payments, credit car bills and student loans -- from your paycheck. Once you have subtracted those steady costs, you can see how much money you have left each month and determine how to spend or save it.

Begin by tracking your spending for two or three months, writing down your restaurant, entertainment, parking and clothing expenses. You will be able to quickly see how much money you take in and how much goes out on a monthly basis and determine where costs can be cut. Income and expenses tend to be about the same from month to month, so the only way to start saving more money is to either bring in more money or change your spending habits.


Change Your Spending Habits

Determine if there are any costs that you can cut from your day-to-day life. For example, are you subscribed to any monthly services that you don’t really need? Do you really need to buy fancy coffee from the coffee shop every day or can you simply make coffee at home and bring it to work in a travel mug? Can you decrease the number of times you go out to eat at restaurants every month? Can you cut out going to the movies on a weekly basis? Once you change these spending habits, you can really start saving money. Don’t be afraid to be ruthless in cutting costs from your budget. Ask if each and every dollar is justified.


Bring in More Money

Those that save the most money are people who have multiple streams of income. If possible, take on an additional part-time or even full-time job. Consider freelance writing or selling any clothing or belonging you no longer want on websites like eBay. You can also start your own side business to earn more money. Starting a business could be financially risky, as many businesses fail. However, starting a successful business is one of the best ways to build your savings.


Check Interest Rates

Interest rates differ vastly for credit cards, saving accounts, car loans and other types of loans and accounts. Therefore, it is important that you go through every bill and account and check the interest rate on each to determine if you can do better. For example, if you are consistently paying off your credit card payments, then you should call your credit card company and tell them that you want a lower interest rate. You can easily achieve a lower rate just by asking.


With car loans, it often makes sense to prepay your debt, but many loans use a sum-of-the-digits interest calculation, in which case, prepayments are a less attractive option. Auto lenders are exempted from rules that mortgage lenders are subjected to, which means that auto loans are less regulated. If
you are paying really high interest on your car, it might make sense to sell it and buy a less expensive used car instead, especially if you want to focus on saving money for your down payment right now.


Check Your Credit Score

Your ability to borrow money for your home is closely linked to your credit score. Therefore, it is crucial that you have strong credit. Check your credit score on a regular basis to make sure that it does not have any errors and to know and understand where you stand and if you need to improve. Make sure that you check your credit report for factual errors or out-of-date items several months before you apply for your mortgage, so that you have enough time to take care of any errors or disputes before getting pre-approved for your home loan.


Accept Gifts

There is another source of savings that is often overlooked and that is gifts. You are allowed to use gifts from parents, relatives and friends for your down payment. In order for money to be recognized as a gift, the donor must sign a gift letter, explaining that there is no expectation of repayment or interest.

There are also down payment assistance programs that help first-time buyers purchase homes. While some offer interest reductions and tax benefits, others offer grants that don’t need to be repaid. Look into these assistance programs and determine whether you fit the qualifications before moving forward with applying for grants or gifts.

Friday, February 17, 2017

Review: JONLIVIA: Woman Hotpants S5+ with pocket

JONLIVIA: Body Perfecting Fashion - Woman Hotpants S5+ with pocket
 Good evening, happy TGIF to everyone. Have you got plan for this weekends? Being mom of two boys, I am always on the go as in and out of the house to fetch my sons from school/kindergarten and sending my son to tuition. With busy lifestyle, I know I need to have a pair of hotpants for workout indoor or outdoor.
Today I am going to tell you about JONLIVIA: Body Perfecting Fashion. Being a mom of two boys, I am concern if the pants can fit me or not. I am happy I have found this JONLIVIA Woman Hotpants S with pocket fits me perfectly. I am wearing XL size of the hotpants.
 I like the JONLIVIA: Woman Hotpants S with pocket it has the pocket at the back, I can easily put my house keys at the back while I go for a morning jog. It can also fit a phone but depends on the model of the phone.
JONLIVIA: Woman Hotpants S5+ with pocket
 JONLIVIA: Woman Hotpants S5+ with pocket, it is super absorbent and it is the 1st only Airy Fabric build-in Malaysia. The size has XS up to 3XL, so now you know there is size for everyone to wear.
Turn inside out this is the inner looked of the Jonlivia Woman Hotpants S5+

 The JONLIVIA is the No.1 hotpants in Malaysia. It is 100% genuine neoprene made. The hotpants are comfort to wear and I can feel lots of sweat after wearing it for hours. Hand wash cold water after use, so remembered NO WASHING MACHINE! I know washing machine is easy just put in and wash but with this delicate JONLIVIA, you don't want to ruin it.
 The JONLIVIA Hotpants S5+ is high waist pants, I wear it while at home and also to fetch my son from school. The hotpants helps me to burn calories and excessive water retention from my body, I have a good sweat wearing this pants.
 Don't just read here, if you have interest to know more about the JONLIVIA Hotpants S5+, click on the link now. You can also follow the JONLIVIA updates on Facebook, visit www.jonlivia.com if you like to shop for yourself or loved ones.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Genting Highland – More than just the theme parks

For those in and out of Malaysia, when Genting Highlands is mentioned, the first thing that would pop in your head will be the thrill filled, exciting rides that makes up their theme park. Not only that, being nestled high on a mountain peak makes Genting Highland the best place to escape the scorching sun to the salubrious mountain air. P.S., even though the outdoor theme park is currently under construction for the bigger, better, more extravagant Fox themed theme park, don’t let this stop you from getting yourself there. Here are the many other things that can be done up this mountain.

Casino de Genting
Genting Highlands raison d'être, the Casino de Genting may not come anywhere near Las Vegas’s prime light where sparkling dresses, glittering neon lights and scantily-clad showgirls abound, but for all its worth, this is Malaysia’s only legal land-based casino. Men in batik shirts and women in pretty frocks crowds the tables and punters line the slot machines waiting for their luck to bless them with a big payout. There is nothing but pure fun here (and momentarily loss for some too).

Flying Fox
If you fancy being strapped safely into a harness and helmet and then jumping off a ramp into a dipterocarp forest, then this would surely tickle your adrenaline spirit. This airborne adventure sends you off down a 100-metre strung down the side of the hill, not only do you get to enjoy this jump down, imagine the view of the whole Genting right in-front of your eye. The ultimate best way to bond with friends and family and required minimum level of instruction, making it the perfect quick-thrill ride.

Genting Skyway Cable Car
The Skyway Cable Car is the fastest and easiest way to get to the apex of Genting Highlands. This relaxing and scenic ride affords you breathtaking views of the surrounding hills; the gondola-style cab glides along at leisurely pace, making it an ideal photo-taking opportunity.
my family members enjoy the fun in Snow World, click to read about it
Snow World
Experience a winter wonderland, unlike any other in Malaysia, when you step into the snow-white landscape of Snow World. Featuring the Cresta Run snow slide, this attraction is a novel experience due to Malaysia’s hot and humid weather; it’s a great place to see kids playing and adults taking in the sights.

Genting Bowl
First World Plaza has a bowling alley - Genting Bowl. One of the highlights at Genting Bowl is the glow-in-the-dark bowling. For those of you who feel like the indoor theme park has nothing to offer you, do make sure you take some time off your shopping trip and drop by this bowling alley and experience a one-of-a-kind bowling session with the family!

Now that the entertainment part is covered, let’s talk hotels and accommodation. The hotels up here in Genting Highlands are stylish accommodations with impeccable service and spacious guestrooms with breathtaking mountain views. Here are some of our favourite.
This hotel is officially the world’s largest hotel in 2015, as it adjoins the First World Plaza which boasts 500,000 square feet of indoor theme park, a shopping center and food heaven. Right at the main entrance, a lush, tropical rainforest greets their guests and all their rooms are modern, comfortable and practical.

Awana Hotel – Resorts World Genting
Indulge in five-star luxury while enjoying the breathtaking view of a majestic mountain range, and make full use of their 18-hole golf course, heated swimming pool, and other sports facilities.  At Awana, the only main rival for comfort is their beautiful, stunning view.

One thing about Genting is you need to plan your holidays well as the crowd can be crazy at times and rooms will be totally sold out. So it’s always best check with Traveloka on the availability and also for the best deals in town.

The celebration of Canon Marketing Malaysia’s 30th anniversary

Canon Marketing Malaysia marked its 30th anniversary in Malaysia today by kicking off a product showcase here in Mid Valley Megamall for the entire week. As a leader in total imaging solutions, Canon’s product expo showcases a look back at the significant milestones achieved as well as the latest products.


“The celebration of Canon Marketing Malaysia’s 30th anniversary is an exciting time for our company, and we are grateful for all of the local support and encouragement we have received over this journey. We are glad to have been given the opportunity to serve Malaysia, and we hope to continue delighting every Malaysian with our products and services,” said Andrew Koh, President and Chief Executive Officer of Canon Marketing (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd.

True to its tradition and corporate philosophy of ‘Kyosei’ – defined by Canon as ‘all people, regardless of race, religion, or culture, harmoniously living and working together into the future’ – the company has pushed the boundaries of progression together with the country.  

Committed to establishing good relations not only with customers but also with the community, Canon has always endeavored to bringing imaging products and solutions that will inspire people and businesses worldwide. Through the product expo, Canon’s many products and pursuits can be seen as the company works to provide the best solutions to the community.

“We remain dedicated to bring innovation and advancement to the country and the community; a commitment that symbolises our culture – ‘Kyosei’ – here at Canon. Since we arrived here in 1987, we’ve invested time and effort in providing imaging solutions in Malaysia. We were the first to launch the plain paper fax, colour copier, and colour fax machines in Malaysia, as well as introducing the highly popular Bubble Jet Printer,” added Andrew.
Andrew Koh, President and CEO of Canon Marketing (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, shares on the 30-year journey Canon has undertaken in Malaysia.

The kick off for the product showcase featured the latest and most updated technology from Canon’s product line-up, ranging from the PIXMA Ink Efficient Printer range such as the E470, the Maxify business inkjet printer range such as the MB5470, to the legendary EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR camera, and the latest premium mirrorless flagship model, EOS M5.  Canon Ambassador Janna Nick also made a special appearance and greeted fans at the event.
wefie with Janna Nick the Canon Ambassador

“Canon Marketing Malaysia remains committed in providing exceptional customer service through total quality management of our products and services. Through the continuous innovation and advancement of our products, we endeavor to provide end-to-end solutions for our customers and business partners, open communications, total staff involvement and collaboration in working with our business partners to achieve total customer satisfaction,” added Andrew.

The official launch of Canon’s 30th Anniversary in Malaysia (from left): -
     Mr. Jeffrey Kung, Head of Consumer Imaging & Information Division of Canon Marketing (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
     Mr. Andrew Koh, President & CEO of Canon Marketing (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
     Ms. Janna Nick, Canon Ambassador of Canon Marketing (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd


Canon Marketing (Malaysia) celebrates its 30th year anniversary in Malaysia with a week-long product showcase in Mid Valley Megamall starting from 13th February. The showcase featured a line-up of Canon imaging products and its technology.

Over the past 30 years, Canon Marketing Malaysia has evolved from a staff force of only 52 people in 1987 to 600 employees, one head office, seven branches, and a network of more than 3,000 direct channel partners, transforming Canon into a household name in Malaysia.

The company has also been honoured with 12 Putra Brand Awards and multiple Reader’s Digest Awards over the past 17 years in Malaysia, among many others locally - and internationally - acclaimed titles of recognition. Canon is currently leading the inkjet printer market as the Number 1 brand in Malaysia for 21 years and is the Number 1 laser printer brand for two consecutive years in the market. Canon was voted as the Readers’ Choice for the Best DSLR Camera Brand and Best Inkjet Printer Brand in the HWM+HardwareZone.com Tech Awards for three consecutive years from 2014 to 2016.

For more information on Canon and its 30th anniversary, visit https://www.facebook.com/CanonMalaysia/ and http://www.canon.com.my/

GUARDIAN MALAYSIA HELPS TWO HOMES CELEBRATE AIDILFITRI

Some of the children from Pertubuhan Kebajikan & Pendidikan Cahaya Bistari Batu Caves, and Asrama Darul Falah (ASDAF) Bukit Persekut...