Wow! The Internet is sure getting better and better. We can now watch football on a dedicated channel.
Yes, Carlsberg has just launched its very own Web-TV channel on football. The www.partofthegame.tv site has five different channels showing everything about football. Everything a football fan loves and loves to see about football can be seen on this Carlsberg web-tv football channel. If you have missed a classic football game and would like to play catch-up, you can now do that. Just go to your favourite video clip and either be in the know or relive your sweet football memories watching your favourite team winning that trophy or that important match.
By the way, there is an added feature to this web-tv channel. You can even upload your own favorite football moments into your very own compilation of your favorite video clips.
Carlsberg web-tv : Partofthegame.tv : Football : web tv - the best channel yet for any football fan.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and pink is the colour. The Kuala Lumpur Tower in partnership with Estee Lauder Companies will be illuminating the tower in bright pink lights for two weeks from Oct 14 to 31.
The illumination of KL Tower is an important landmark in creating awareness of breast cancer and early detection. The illumination in Malaysia is part of the Estee Lauder Global Landmarks Illumination Initiative.
It is the brainchild of Evelyn Lauder to focus attention and spread awareness about breast cancer and the message of early detection saving lives.
“The Estee Lauder Companies 2008 BCA campaign message is ‘World Pink, World Without Breast Cancer. Wear a Pink Ribbon. Make a difference’.
The illumination is in its 9th year with hundreds of famous buildings, monuments and landmarks glowing in pink in over 50 countries around the world.
Information counters will be set up at Estee Lauder brands in Malaysia- Aramis, Bobbi Brown, Beauty Bank, Clinique, Estee Lauder, Donna Karan, Tommy Hilfiger, La Mer, Lab Series Skincare for Men, origins, and Sean John Fragrances - and pink ribbons and flyers on breast cancer will be handed out to create awareness.
If you are a book-lover and are in Kuala Lumpur, you may want to head on over to the MPH book sale.
MPH Distributors Warehouse Sale will be held from Oct 22 to 27 from 9am to 7pm at Bangunan TH, No 5, Jalan Bersatu, Section 13/4, Petaling Jaya. Thousands of books available with up to 60% discounts. For details, call 03-7958 1688.
ONE of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular hawker hotspots has got to be Jalan Alor. Like it or not, its name has always been associated with food. Tourists and locals alike are familiar with this famous street located right in the heart of the part of the city known as the Golden Triangle.
However, that name was changed early this week by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to Jalan Kejora, leaving many traders and residents furious at the move.
If you are one who enjoys trying out different cuisines and are looking to try some Vietnamese food, there is an eatery in Puchong, Kuala Lumpur, that serves authentic Vietnamese food. The place is Hòa Vietnam Noodles.
Their food is more southern Vietnamese as one of the two partners hails from Vungtau, 120km south of Ho Chih Minh City. She personally trains the cooks to prepare food to her standards.
HÒA VIETNAM NOODLES
23 Jalan Puteri 5/7
Tel: 03-8062 8322/019-4181 388
Hòa Vietnam Noodles is open daily from 11.30am to 10.30pm on weekdays and from 10.30am on weekends. It is closed every second and fourth Monday of the month.
If you are not a resident here and are perhaps contemplating moving to stay elsewhere, Malaysia would be a great country to consider. This article from The Star features some real reasons why expatriates chose Malaysia as their retirement home. The MM2H or Malaysia My 2nd Home is what you would want to check out.
Let me share some of the reasons given on the choice of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, in particular:
KUALA LUMPUR is becoming the top choice for foreigners wanting to live in the country under the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme.
Due to some changes in the rules, the British and Japanese are now among the top nationalities applying for the MM2H visa. Previously, about four years ago, applications from China and Bangladesh topped the list
“Even though some people spoke English in Hungary or Thailand, I would still need an interpreter if I needed something done in the apartment, like if I were to hire a plumber. In Malaysia, there’s never been an issue,”
“Coming here is like coming home. I could find things in the shops here that I would in Britain, silly little things like ginger biscuits which I couldn’t get in Thailand,”
Raymond said although the cost of living in KL was not as low as it used to be, there were some things he could enjoy here which he would not be able to do in Britain.
“I could just go out to the mamak stall to get a roti telur or tosai for very little because the cost of food is cheaper here,” he said.
“We decided to stay in KL because it’s the city centre and more people spoke English,”
Today is the first day of Hari Raya Aidil Fitri. Hari Raya is a time of forgiveness and strengthening of ties. In the true spirit of Hari Raya, Open houses are normally held by dignatories open to everyone. If you would like to join in the spirit of goodwill and comraderie and experience an Open house, why not head on over to any of these Open Houses as listed below.
To all who celebrate Hari Raya, let me wish you and your loved ones A Selamat Hari Raya.