Tuesday, October 30, 2007
If you are a Jackie Chan fan, you may want to visit his cafe the next time you visit Kuala Lumpur. Jackie Chan's Cafe has just been opened at the Starhill Gallery at the Muse Floor (Level 6).
If you patronize the cafe, you would also be doing a good deed as Jackie Chan has pledged 2% of the cafe's profits to go to charity organizations for disadvantaged children.
Jackie said that he wanted to make his cafe an affordable lifestyle joint that would allow people to enjoy coffee and snacks and, at the same time, contribute to charity. Each year, he would look for ways to raise money for charity. Do you wonder why Jackie has been listed by the international magazine, Forbes, as one of the world's ten most generous celebrities?
Source: The Star
Tuesday, October 16, 2007
These days, almost everything can be bought over the Internet. For instance, Mondera has anything you need from baby clothess to books, to automotive products to flowers to even tech items like computers. Best of all is, coupons from Mondera will help you save. I'd say shopping online with Mondera discount coupons is a sure way to save, don't you?
Looking for a computer? Get HP coupons online. You'd be surprised how much you can save with a big-ticket item like a computer.
Saturday, October 13, 2007
If you are in the city and are surprised that there is no traffic jam and no queue at the checkout counters at the mall, there could be only one reason. It is because today is the Muslim new year and Muslims around the country and in fact around the world have headed back to their families to celebrate this holiday.
If you are one who does not enjoy the hustle and bustle of the city, this is a time to savour the rare moment. Enjoy.
The Family Fares are at a 15% discount available for groups of three, in which two must be adults.
Apart from Family Fares, MASwings also has the "early bird offer" as well as special discounts for students and senior citizens.
Bookings can be made through Malaysia Airlines Call Centre 1-300-88-3000 and airlines and travel agents or check out www.maswings.com.my
Thursday, October 11, 2007
Yesterday, 10/10, was a historic day for Malaysia. Malaysia sent her first citizen into space. Dr Sheikh Muszaphar is the first Malaysian to go into space.
At exactly 9.23pm (Malaysian time), the Soyuz -FG rocket launcher blasted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome.
Dr Sheikh Muszaphar, Nasa’s commander Peggy Whitson - the first female International Space Station (ISS) commander - and Russian Yuri Malechencko comprise Expedition 16S, which will make a trip to the ISS and return on Oct 21.
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Think Spain and Madrid comes to mind. Madrid, Spain's capital, is a cosmopolitan city located at the geographical centre of the Iberian peninsular. Spain is rich in art and culture and it is home to many UNESCO World Heritage sites. Madrid alone has 73 museums housing great works of art by world-renown artists such as Picasso and Salvador Dali.
Madrid is never short of excitement. Its many pubs, bars, discos and flamenco clubs make up its happening nightlife. An excitement not to be missed when in Spain, is the San Isidro bullfighting festival.
The launch of the Soyuz will be keenly anticipated and watched live on tv. Malaysians around the world will be anxiously watching this momentous event.
A small step for man, a big step for Malaysia.