Wednesday, May 2, 2018

2nd May of the Month 2018

Yesterday son has got tuition after send him to tuition we headed to breakfast. After parking at the apartment I spotted a dead cat on the other side of the road which is next to the car. It's a full grown cat which has many flies around it, the body of the cat has bloated too. 1st day of May and that's what I saw, seem not a good sign at all.

Today is second day of May and last night after drinking the sup kambing I had ice cream in the night. Sad to say that I didn't feel well in the night and went to purging every hour, also feeling like want to vomit but not able.

This morning I had medicine before heading to the event which I have rvsped. Kind of feel bad if I didn't show up as have rvsped. Lucky I didn't feel the urge to go toilet in the LRT ride. 14 stops in total to reach the destination and its 35 minutes ride.

I had light meal as I cannot take any oily or dairy products. I also didn't take any fruits. My friend offered me a bottle of fruit juice I didn't take it as I scare I am going to throw up after drinking it. The parking at Aloft Hotel is RM10 for event attended at the hotel. Three of my friends parked their car there in the hotel.

Then I receive a call from volunteer in school that my youngest has been left in school as nobody pick him up. The aunt rider suppose to fetch him home, she has forgot of it and thought she was suppose to fetch my eldest. Lucky that I called home and sis-in-law said that nephew is home is able to fetch him. Nephew didn't have any class in the afternoon, if he has surely he cannot make it to fetch him and I would be 25 minutes or 35 minutes away to fetch him.

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Physicians Formula Healthy Makeup Collection

Everyone has got busy lifestyle but we do look into things that we like don't we. Who can say no to cosmetics/makeup collection? Looking for a make-up range that does not compromise the health of your skin? Look no further than Physicians Formula, a cosmetics brand, originated from the USA that have withstood the test of time. Boasting the safest and healthy cosmetics catalogue in the world, Physicians Formula products are all clinically-tested, doctor recommended and cruelty free. 

The good news is that they are now available at selected Watsons stores nationwide. The latest Physicians Formula range available at Watsons includes the Brow Long Lasting Brow Gel, Killer Curves mascara, Murumuru Butter Bronzer, Murumuru Butter Highlighter, Spotlight illuminating Primer , The Healthy Foundation and The Health Lip Velvet Liquid Lipstick , ranging from RM 45.90 to RM 79.90. Do check out the products in store in you have interest to know more.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018


Teachers enjoying their time at the Leaps of Knowledge Conference's workshop.
 The Leaps of Knowledge Conference 2018 presented by FrogAsia Sdn Bhd with the support of the YTL Foundation saw more than 1,000 educators, parents, students and members of the education sector gathering to elevate 21st Century education in Malaysia. Held at the JW Marriott Hotel Kuala Lumpur, this year’s conference aimed to inspire, equip and empower Malaysians to collaboratively and collectively do more to raise the bar in education.

The Leaps of Knowledge Conference 2018 – themed Level Up!, centred around the commitment of the community of educators, parents and individuals to continue leveraging on the foundations built over the last six years, levelling the playing field across all schools in Malaysia through technology. This year’s conference explored how the community can work together to raise the bar by celebrating each other’s successes, learning from each other and collaborating on new ideas to increase outcomes for 21st Century learners.

“At FrogAsia, we believe in a world where everyone loves learning and where technology removes boundaries. With technology, there is equal access to quality education regardless of location or background. By bridging the digital divide, the education divide is also bridged at the same time. After six years of driving 21st Century education in Malaysia, we have seen the huge difference that Frog is making in the Malaysian education system. Schools from across the country can collaborate and support one another, and student progress can be monitored and tracked to help them improve. Today, we are gathering educators, students, parents and other members of the education community to join forces to raise the bar further and make 21st Century learning even more accessible and empowering,” said Lou Yeoh, Executive Director of FrogAsia Sdn Bhd.

At the conference, FrogAsia launched its inaugural FrogPlay World Championship, a competition that aims to encourage students around the world to collaborate and optimise the use of the FrogPlay gamified learning and revision application on the Frog Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). FrogPlay, available online on the Frog VLE and on the Google Play Store, motivates students to learn and progress by doing revision using gamification. Thousands of quizzes are available for the students’ revision, including quizzes from trusted education partner Pelangi Publishing Group, teachers and the Ministry of Education. FrogPlay also provides detailed reports to help parents and teachers help their child and classroom of students perform better.

Since its launch last year, students have clocked over 1.5 million revision hours on FrogPlay. By tracking the hours spent on FrogPlay and the progress of students, FrogAsia saw evidence that revising via the gamified-learning app resulted in an improvement in student performance across all subjects for both primary and secondary schools. For example, students who used FrogPlay for physics revision are observed to have increased their average scores by up to 29% points
(From left) Datin Kathleen Chew, Programme Director of YTL Foundation, Shaheen Mistri, Founder of Akansha and CEO of Teach for India together with Lou Yeoh, Executive Director of Frog Asia at the Leaps of Knowledge Conference 2018
Lou added: “We were so excited to see the impact of FrogPlay last year, which was driven by the FrogPlay Championship. The competition was successful in encouraging students to proactively learn and revise on FrogPlay even after the competition ended which led to an improvement in their academic performance. We believe in providing Malaysian students with exposure to the best education possible and equipping these students to be globally competitive. This is why we are taking the FrogPlay Championship to the global stage, where students in Malaysia will get to compete with students from all around the world including schools in the United Kingdom, Australia, Denmark, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland and the United States of America.”

The conference featured Shaheen Mistri, Founder of Akansha and CEO of Teach for India who spoke on her belief that educators and students are partners in building education in a nation, and encouraged collective impact through the contribution of all in the community. Through her talk, she called upon the participants to evaluate the tools they already possess and to use them effectively to raise the bar in education in Malaysia, which will set a standard and be a role model for the world.

Programme Director of YTL Foundation, Datin Kathleen Chew was also one of the featured keynote speakers. She spoke on the impact and success stories that were the result of the collaboration between YTL Foundation, FrogAsia and the Ministry of Education. “It is evident that change has taken place and that technology has made a huge impact to education in Malaysia. We are so glad to be partners with changemakers in this country and will continue to contribute to this initiative that aims to inspire and upskill learners nationwide.”

After her speech, Datin Kathleen invited three teachers from schools that benefited significantly through the various initiatives like the Frog Classroom Programme, 1BestariNet Teacher Award and FrogPlay Championship. These three teachers were the Headmistress of SK Kayang Noridah Hamdan, 2nd runner up of the 1BestariNet Teacher Award 2017 Mohamad Jalil, and Chew Soo Lee, Frog Admin of SJK(C) Choon Cheng, School Winner of FrogPlay Championship 2017.

Leaps of Knowledge is sponsored by YTL Foundation, also a key partner in the Frog Classroom Programme where they, together with the Ministry of Education, contribute to building 21st century learning spaces for schools. YTL Foundation had recently contributed a sum of RM1.5 million together with the Ministry to provide 21st century education infrastructure to 50 Tamil schools nationwide.

During the workshops, the participants gained deeper understanding of higher order thinking skills and how educators can incorporate them into teaching and learning. There were also gamified experience workshops that introduced the new features of the Frog VLE to parents and teachers to demonstrate the capability of such technology when implemented in today’s education system.

FrogAsia is a social enterprise with the purposeful aim of enhancing teaching and learning. We offer 21st-century learning solutions through a technology-based approach, with a mission to provide equal access to quality education for all students. For a seamless introduction, integration and execution of technology into education, we include in our scope of work programmes and initiatives that build learning communities, deliver leadership coaching and influence thought leadership. We work collaboratively with educators and stakeholders to realise our vision of ensuring that every child is equipped with the skills to thrive in the 21st century.

FrogAsia is the first organisation in the world to connect an entire nation of 10,000 schools through a single, cloud-based platform to create a learning community of 10 million students, teachers and parents. Our virtual learning environment, the Frog VLE, is a simple, fun and engaging platform that enhances the teaching and learning experience. The platform is adopted and adapted from Frog Education UK, an education company with 19 years of experience in providing the award-winning Frog Virtual Learning platform to schools.

Frog Education was received the ICT Provider of the Year award at BETT 2015 and the Best Use of Education Technology award at the Education Investor Awards 2013. FrogAsia’s educational programmes, Leaps of Knowledge and the Word Mania Challenge, have been recognised with the Gold Award for Brand Excellence in the Education Sector at the CMO Asia Global Brand Excellence Awards 2014, and the Gold Award for Best Use of Games/Contests/Quizzes at the A+M Asia Pacific Loyalty and Engagement Awards 2014. FrogAsia is a part of the YTL Group.

YTL Foundation was founded in 1997 on the belief that education is the basis on which every society progresses. By developing and improving education in the communities in which it operates, YTL Foundation aims to empower individuals and communities to be catalysts of change to enrich and benefit society. Over the years, YTL Foundation has provided aid to deserving individuals who would otherwise be denied opportunities to pursue higher education. More recently, YTL Foundation expanded its role, organizing workshops, talks and conferences to enrich and inspire educators, students, parents as well as other stakeholders in the field of education. Through programmes, funding, thought leadership and by championing the use of technology, backed by the YTL Group’s 60-year heritage of nation building, YTL Foundation hopes to build better societies, through better education.

Sunday, April 1, 2018

Majlis Pelancaran Ibu Nakhoda Hidup 2018

 The Ibu Nakhoda Hidup mother entrepreneurship programme co-organised by Mydin Mohamed Holdings Berhad (MYDIN), Protecr & Gamble (P&G Malaysia), and Pertubuhan Pembangunan Kendiri Wanita dan Gadis (WOMEN: girls) is back for its fourth year to provide support and assistance to mother entrepreneurs all across Malaysia.

This year's Ibu Nakhoda Hidup ams to reach out to more business organisations and universities to provide mentoring to the women within the programme and share knowledge on mapping out business growth through community engagements that will be carried out at the 10 roadshows nationwide which started on 16 March 2018 ends on 20th May 2018.

At the event, P&G Modern Retail Leader, Miss Jennis Tan said, " The fact that Ibu Nakhoda Hidup is running for its fourth year shows how important programmes like these in helping our mothers to see the bigger picture and take the opportunity to expand their business besides imply generating an income for their family."

"P&G has been really happy in providing business opportunities to some of the mothers within the programmers by using them as suppliers for our Gift-with-Purchase campaigns. These women have shown great commitment in bigger business deals like these and it has proven us on how visionary they are in their business outlook. We are also providing marketing and branding skills which is close to the nature of our business that can be an advantage for them."

Last year, we receive 163 Ibu Nakhoda Hidup entries nationwide and five winners were crownded by MYDIN, P&G and WOMEN:girls. The winners are Nur Syuhada Amran and Jasmine Aliya Hao, Anita Othman, Azizah Ahmad, Haimisah Mahli and Saptuyah Abang.
Datin Wira Dr. Hajah Siti Hawa Mohd, Director of MYDIN
"This year, the standard is even higher for five mothers to be selected as our winners. We want to see their direction not only in terms of ensuing profitability but also how they can make an impact in the society through their thinking, method and business outlook. They should be holistic in order to be able to go further than the rest." said Datin Wira Dr. Hajah Siti Hawa Mohd, Director of MYDIN.

The launch ceremony on 29 March 2018, showcased the three-year Ibu Nakhoda Hidup journey in a walk-through exhibition at the concourse of Mydin USJ, Subang Jaya featuring all the Ibu Nakhoda Hidup alumni over the past three years. About 60 entrepreneurs attended the launch and throughout the day. The roadshows opens til Friday March 30 March until Sunday 1st April where mother entrepreneurs from the Klang Valley and Selangor can send in their applications for this year. Also present at the launch were Datuk Yatimah Sarjiman, the Director of Mydin Mohamed Holdings Berhad; Datin Wira Dr. Hajah Siti Hawa Mohd, Director of Mydin Mohamed Holdings Berhad; Jenis Tan, P&G Malaysia Modern Retail Leader, and Low Ngai Yuen, President and Founder of Pertubuhan WOMEN:girls.
The public are invited to participate in the weekly photo contest on instagram. Just spot the WOMEN:girls team in MYDIN during their on-ground nationwide tour and tag three entrepreneurs that you know in the caption. The lucky winners every week will receive MYDIN shopping vouchers worth RM50 with the Grand Prize of MYDIN shopping vouchers worth RM1,500. The search for Ibu Nakhoda Hidup 2018 is now open and you can get the application form and consultation service of the programmer at all Ibu Nakhoda Hidup 2018 tour stops.

To view more photos of the launch day, you can visit my Facebook's album, click on the link to view.

If you like to know more information about the tour dates and locations of Ibu Nakhoda Hidup 2018, please follow @MydinMalaysia on instagram and visit

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Missed the Chance to Share the Love? Think Again!

Chinese Valentine’s Day – Chap Goh Meh – presents another chance to celebrate love

In the first twist of fate of 2018, couples agonised as the ever-anticipated Valentine’s Day coincided with Chinese New Year preparations – causing plans to derail, be pushed forward and time to run out. This may be a blessing in disguise as the opportunity to plan for the most romantic getaway or dinner presents itself through Chinese Valentine’s Day – Chap Goh Meh!

Long ago, single Chinese women were confined to their houses, and Chap Goh Meh was the only day of the year that they were allowed to go out. To hasten the process of finding a life partner, these women would gather by the river and throw oranges. This rite of passage was a way for them to seek the deities’ blessings to be bestowed with a good man. Over the years, Chap Goh Meh has evolved to become a day to celebrate love – a second Valentine’s Day, in a way.

Whether you know your partner best or a potential new love is about to spring, this fun and quirky quiz will point you in the direction to truly wow them this Chap Goh Meh. Let the ideas flow, as you find out what kind of romantics you – and your partner – are.

Just tested this Quiz myself and I have the Hopeless Romantic! Check yours now!

The Love-O-Meter Quiz 
Brought to you by 11street 
1. Do you believe in love at first sight?
Yes – 20 points
 Maybe – 10 points
No – 5 points

2. Do you and your partner have your own song?
Yes – 20 points
No – 5 points

3. Which of the following best describes your idea of the ideal date?
A meal at a fancy restaurant, followed by
a movie or walk in the park – 15 points
Watch a movie at home – 10 points
 We do not go on dates – 5 points

4. What do you (or would you) do with love letters that have been sent to you?
Keep them all – 20 points
Keep only a few – 10 points
Throw them away – 5 points

5. Do you enjoy romantic movies/novels?
 Yes – 20 points
Only some – 10 points
No – 5 points

 6. Which of the following would you prefer as a gift from your significant other for your birthday?
Something that she/he made – 20 points
 A special date – 10 points
Money – 5 points

7. You've been away from your partner for a month and really miss him/her a lot.
How do you express your feelings to your partner?
By sending a small gift – 20 points
Via a phone call – 10 points
Via a text message – 5 points

8. Do you know of Chinese Valentine’s Day?
Yes – 20 points
Maybe – 10 points
 No – 5 points

Your results: 
0 – 40: The Practical Lovebird
41 – 80: The Passionate Partner
81 – 120: The Starry-eyed Adventurer
121 – 160: The Hopeless Romantic

Got your results? How about checking out our gift ideas below?

The Practical Lovebird

When there is a purpose, there is a reason to do it. If you are the type of person who finds purpose behind everything and favours rationale over emotion, then you are a practical lovebird. For you, there are a multitude of ways to show your emotions, but logic is your bread and butter.

Whether it’s setting the date for a pamper session at a salon for your significant other, or a full body massage to relieve stress from a work week, there is always something out there to show that you care. These are two great ways to spend some quality time, relaxing.

If that’s not your cup of tea, you can always try a scrumptious buffet at a hotel, the limitless selection will leave you and your partner spoilt for choice, but hey, at least you’re spoilt for choice together.

The Passionate Partner

More passion than a passion fruit. You enjoy doing things with your significant other, capturing moments and showing them off. After all, what screams passion than showing off your perfect relationship. Whether it’s spending time at home, visiting a new café, or going to the movies, it’s a must to do it with your loved one. Because you enjoy your time together so much, you’d want time to slow down and maybe even come to a stop.

It’s probably a safe bet to say that you’ve taken tons of photos together and would love to print some of them. A photobook is a great solution, and what’s more it’s customisable, so you can add some personal touches to it.

If you prefer a little more hands-on approach, you could get an instant camera and compile all your photos in the bundled album, or even start your own scrapbook!

The Starry-eyed Adventurer

There is no corner you will leave unexplored. You are adventurous. From rock-climbing to eating creepy-crawlies, anything that has an adventurous spin, you’re doing it. Better yet, you’re not doing it alone! There’s nothing better than creating new memories with the one you love, so you often embark on random road trips and both planned and unplanned holidays. You love to see new places and meet new faces, all with the company of your significant other.

The more a couple does things together, the stronger the relationship, so why not tackle District 21 together? With 10 adventure attractions to choose from, there’s bound to be something the both of you can enjoy.

What if you have a close group of friends and you’d like to show some family love? Well, how about something that can involve more than just couples – something like Bubble Sports.

If your significant other enjoys something a little more tranquil, and you both enjoy the outdoors, you could opt for a hiking trip in Cameron Highlands, where you can greet the morning sun.

The Hopeless Romantic

Go “all in”, it’s all or nothing. Putting your heart, soul, mind and finances to the test, is the ultimate way you show you care. From planning every intricate detail to splurging on the biggest teddy, you are the hopeless romantic. Charming, confident and not afraid to express your feelings pretty much sums up who you are. You’re someone who isn’t shy to say how much you love your partner each and every single day of the year.

Taking a trip to Langkawi is a great way to get away from the hustle and bustle of your daily lives, but for an unforgettable experience, you could go on a sunset cruise on a yacht. Cool breeze in your hair, a cold drink in your hand and your loved one in the other. That’s pretty romantic.