Monday, September 26, 2016

Latest trend in instant photo printing - WePrint

WePrint is the very first WeChat instant printing machine in Malaysia

 WePrint, the high quality instant photo printing machine connected via WeChat app, has been gaining popularity in exhibitions and roadshows since it was brought into Malaysia in 2015.

Simple and easy steps to print
All you have to do is: open WeChat app on your smartphone, scan the QR code shown on the machine, upload selected photo from your phone, insert the ID code shown on screen. A high quality hard copy will be printed in just 60 seconds!

The First WeChat Instant Printing Machine in Malaysia
“WePrint is the very first WeChat instant printing machine in Malaysia. Many Malaysians have already seen it in some of the major shopping malls or exhibitions. Since entering Malaysia in 2015, we have created much awareness in hundreds of roadshows and exhibitions, having thousands of followers on Wechat, printing thousands copies of photos in any one event. From these events and the database collected, this machine is showing itself to be a business tool with great profit potential.” said Json Tan, Managing Director of WePrint.

Indeed, beyond being an instant photo printing machine, WePrint is a great marketing tool for any business. It is designed to help advertisers recruit WeChat followers through on-ground events and activities. Businesses will not only be able to advertise on screen but also incorporate brand or product in a pre-designed photo template. The public will be exposed to the advertisement while waiting for their photos to be printed as well as bring a copy of the printed photo with brand message or product information home with them.


 “WePrint is a powerful marketing tool with great business potential. Catering to the needs of different businesses, we have sold to retail outlets the machines to entertain their guests, provided rental or leasing services to event management companies, charged advertising fees to different advertisers. Most important, it is a viable advertising tool for almost any type of business, such as F&B, entertainment, beauty, bridal, hotel, supermarket, tourism, advertising, media, jewelry, telecommunication, automotive, property, electronics, gym, education, charity etc.” Json remarked further.





Ideal for any corporate or private functions
For any corporate or private functions, WePrint is always a crowd pleaser, attracting people from all walks of life to print their favourite photos onto different material, including photo paper, magnetic paper, button badge and phone casing. For the advertisers, they can use the machines to attract followers, collect database, and engage the followers more effectively through this popular social media platform - WeChat.

“I am glad that WePrint has been gaining popularity in exhibitions and roadshows. We are able to garner numerous enquiries leading to closed deals when we participate in these events as business people saw how it is able to attract the crowd. Recognized brands across different industries such as One Utama, Neway, Celcom, GSC, Acson, Revlon have engaged us for their events in Klang valley and other states, some on a long term basis.” Json added.

“We believe that this is the right time for us to expand this business further by partnering with distributors nationwide to bring this powerful marketing tool to every corner of Malaysia.” Json ended the interview with a positive note.

Visit www.libertyprinting.com.my to find out more about WePrint, don't forget to scan the QR code below for the 10% discount. The code is valid until 30 November 2016. 
What can we print for you? We can print photo for you with free! Feel free to use the coupon code below, it is valid til 30 November 2016. Just looked what I have got for my children! Don't you want to make something special for your children too?


Sean loves the glow in the dark mug that has his photo on it.
 Here's more I love to share with you, check out www.libertyprinting.com.my because I love personalized items. I wanna share with you this great website that you can custom made for loved ones.
 Yeah these are the photos that you see, it's very nice and I love them all because it's mean so much to me.
A t-shirt with my son's named on it Wei Lin, he has always love yellow color and this shirt is for him. He's sleeping now and haven't saw this shirt, I am sure he will be happy to see it and wear it.



A puzzle photo which I have chosen, it's WL's 5 years old birthday photo. It is special because got him and his brother inside the photo, the brotherhood of their childhood are priceless.




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Add: 6, 6A &6B, Jalan Harmoni 1A/KU3, Kristal Klang Commercial Centre, 42100 Klang, Selangor.
Contact number: 019-985 8151 (Elaine) Email: order@libertyprinting.com.my

Business hours: 
Monday to Saturday (9am to 6pm)
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Sunday, September 4, 2016

Family time @Jungle Gym Atria Shopping Gallery

It's Monday, how's everyone doing? We have a great time on the weekend, it's a family time with my kids and wife to Jungle Gym at Atria Shopping Gallery. My first time going there by using waze and it's at Damansara Jaya. The mall is surrounded by shops and parking space can find near the mall but on Saturday afternoon we didn't see any so decided to drive in the basement for parking. It's great family time as my sons both enjoy themselves so much. They have a good sweat, they also take part in costume contest.
Click on the video above to view the 8th anniversary of Jungle Gym at Atria, it's so fun watching my boys, can you spot them?

The costume contest theme is Animal, so one in costume dinosaur another in costume duckling. The duckling costume belong to Sean when he used it when he was 5 years old during concert time. So happy that my WL is 5 years now and he can fit in!

They have big slide and smaller slide in the playground, its not far from each other. It's good place to play for kids and parents can have a break, there's spacious cafe in the back area.

Go ahead to view another video of the slide, there goes my Sean. He's in dinosaur costume for the day! It's so fun for them that we are happy and we will plan to go again to Jungle Gym.

If you are interest to know more about this playground, you can visit
https://www.facebook.com/junglegymplayland

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Travel blogger to Tourism Pahang

There is a few tourism trip this year, it's quite exciting as many places. It's time to go Resorts World Genting this weekend, but it's not going to be as I need to fetch son to tuition. Who needs a break from job and also other duties like mommy duties? Many of her friends has go for tourism trip but not her as it takes a few days to go. There's duty for her to fetch kids which will clashed the time.

Talking about tuition, he is almost finished his tuition BM, 6.30pm. It's 5km away from home, it depends on the traffic jam to go there. Sometimes I waited in the car for 20minutes though I reach on time or before that. My wife sometimes waited 30minutes in car. He is not having tuition on Monday and Tuesday so it's good news as sometimes his mom can go for travel or events.

Everyone needs a break and it depend so how you spend it. How would you spend it if you have time off? My passport, my wife passport and my son's passport all have expired. Our last trip using the passport was to Singapore, cannot believe that it's been five years. She was then pregnant few months.

Do you think travel for vacation where is cheaper? In Malaysia or overseas?





Sunday, August 14, 2016

Son sxhool trip to Melaka

Last Saturday my son has followed his school Melaka. There are 4 buses from school to go visit and he told me his bus is no.4 but actually is no.2. Each bus has three school teachers and a tour guide in the bus. It is almost two hours journey to go from subang jaya to there.

He took RM60 to go and came home with some snacks he bought and souvenirs for his mom and little brother. Good thing he got them remembered as his brother been asking for him since morning.

Sean bought a fan for his mom. A lego toy for his little brother and a swag cap for himself.
The bus reached school 7pm and his bus was the first to arrive.

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Majlis Rumah Terbuka Raya MYDIN USJ 2016 #GirangSyawalTiba

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Maaf Zahir and Batin! #GirangSyawalTiba this year at MYDIN USJ MALL, Subang Jaya. Thank you MYDIN for inviting me to the Raya Open House on Friday night.

Every year, there are lucky draw sessions awaiting lucky shoppers to win. They are many prizes on the stage and hampers also goodies bag to giveaway. You can see the photo below, it's evening and everyone is relaxing at the benches.


Main stage where lucky draws and performances held in the night
Many people awaiting 8pm for the food kioks to open for public
at 8pm, public can queue to enjoy the food kioks - photo credit to Facebook MYDIN Malaysia
Variety of food can be find at the food kiosk in the night namely nasi hujan panas, lemang, nasi impit, rendang, ketupat, kambing golek, satay and kuih muih. About 20 food kioks that give you to eat for FREE. The food for the night is from Industri Kecil Sederhana (IKS) like Sanabil Roti Bom, Fatihah Frozen and Beras Juara that are same age as MYDIN USJ. 

This year is the 10th Anniversary of MYDIN USJ, Subang Jaya as the first hypermarket of MYDIN. MYDIN Mall is a family friendly shopping malls where family can shop for loved ones from head to toe. Many choices of clothes, home decoration, food, snacks, stationary, bags, kids school bags, etc.

We like shopping at MYDIN Mall, school bags are affordable and my son has used trolley school bags of MYDIN for many years from Standard One to Standard Three.

Majlis Rumah Terbuka Raya MYDIN welcome 30 orphan from Rumah Amal Limpahan Kaish, Puchong, Selangor. Besides that two speakers of the night are Nor Azzura and Rienna Hassim (Pengacara Program Wanita Hari Ini). Five local artists like Tia Jimbara, Jimmy Screen, Nadia AF, Wani Mentor and Lan Kristal. Fun activities like lucky draw, quiz, fire works for the children to play, clowns and Stilt Walker, dance performances and singing performance on stage that keeps everyone entertained in the night.

speaker of the night Nor Azzura, another is Riena Hassim (Pengacara Program Wanita Hari Ini) - photo credit to Facebook MYDIN Malaysia
Five main prizes for the lucky draw at Raya Open House at MYDIN USJ are following,
Sharp 50" Full HD LED TV, Sharp Fridge 360 litres, Sharp 32" LED TV, Sharp Fridge 170 litres and Sharp Washer 7kg. Lots of attractive prizes awaiting the shoppers on the Friday night lucky draws. The lucky shopper get to win and bring home their prizes Lucky shopper just need to spend a minimum of RM80 in a single receipt and submission the entry form together at the information counter at MYDIN USJ Mall from 23 July 2016. The entries closed at 7pm on 29 July 2016, where the night that lucky shoppers will win! 

congratulations to lucky shoppers of the night - photo credit to Facebook MYDIN Malaysia
The lucky draw session for Lucky Draw 1 - 9pm, Lucky Draw 2 -9.30pm, Lucky Draw 3 - 10.10pm, Lucky Draw 4 - 10.40pm and last session of Lucky Draw 5 at 11.10pm. It's worth waiting to know who are the lucky shoppers for the night. Congratulations to winners.
30 orphan from Rumah Amal Limpahan Kasih, Puchong, Selangor -photo credit to Facebook MYDIN Malaysia
30 orphan from Rumah Amal Limpahan Kaish, Puchong, Selangor. They received duit raya and goodies bag from MYDIN MALL USJ.

30 orphan from Rumah Amal Limpahan Kaish, Puchong, Selangor. They received duit raya and goodies bag from MYDIN MALL USJ.
Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya (MPSJ), Ibu Pejabat Polish Daerah Subang Jaya (IPD), Jabatan Bomba and Penyelamat Malaysia Subang Jaya and suppliers are invited for the event for the night. Media and bloggers too are welcome to attend the Majlis Rumah Terbuka MYDIN USJ, Subang Jaya.

It's a wonderful night as the events at at 11.30pm.

Friday, July 15, 2016

Double tuition on this Saturday

Good morning, it's sunny Saturday morning. My Sean has got double tuition today, one is BM another is BC. The Malay and Chinese language today for this morning, it would be just BC as usual but tuition teacher BM decided to give extra class for him and other classmates. It's good as they didn't ask for extra fee and willing to teach more.

It's first time that he has two tuition in a Saturday, usual just one subject. He not quite sure for BC later as there will be a test which need them to do. It will be three tasks for the test and only one that teacher inform them on what to revision.

This afternoon, wifey has got an event to attend so she will needs to waze to go as not familiar of the place. There's other event on next Monday but she says not going for it as she is not free and it's far away.

Say have anyone been to Legoland Malaysia? Myself and kids have not go before but my wife yes, you can visit her blog to view on Legoland Hotel and upcoming new ride in November. You can also follow her facebook fan page to see more photos and other. Both my sons love Lego toys, they cannot have enough of it, they enjoy playtime together. Hopefully someday we can plan for a family vacation there, I am sure everyone will enjoy the water park and theme park.





Friday, June 3, 2016

New Research Shows Positive Role of Omega 3 and Medium-chain Triglycerides (MCTs) For On Brain Health

Professor Shirasawa  from the Department of Ageing Control Medicine, Juntendo University with newly launched "Food For The Braina health and recipe book to promote brain health in reducing effects of dementia such as Alzheimer’s disease.


New research from a Japanese anti-ageing expert indicates that Omega 3 and Medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) consumption is key to promote brain health, playing a role in delaying the onset and severity of degenerative diseases such as dementia.

In 2015, there were 2.8 million senior citizens (aged 60 and above) or 9 per cent out of 31 million Malaysia’s population. By the year 2050, it is expected that Malaysia will have 40.7 million citizens with 23.5% of the population being senior citizen. Without ample planning, the burden on health care services and families caring for up to four or more senior citizens will be heavy.

Currently, 1.4 out 10 Malaysian adults aged 60 and above suffer from dementia. The incidence of dementia rises to 22.7% among those 75 years and above.

Dementia is not a specific disease. However, it is a broad term to describe a wide range of symptoms related with a decline in memory or thinking skills that it is serious enough to reduce a person’s ability to perform everyday activities.
 Ms Yuliana Zhang, ­Nutritionist and Workplace Health Consultant, MyKenzen, Professor Shirasawa  from the Department of Ageing Control Medicine, Juntendo University and Ms. Daniela Shiga from Juntendo University at the media briefing on Positive Role of Omega 3 and Medium-chain Triglycerides (MCTs)  For On Brain Health
Professor Takuji Shirasawa from the Department of Ageing Control Medicine, Juntendo University, shared these findings on anti-ageing, and implementing anti-ageing research findings into the Malaysian diet at the Nutrition Society of Malaysia’s 31st Annual Scientific Conference on June 1, 2016.

Among all nutrients studied by scientists for past two decades, Omega 3 and Medium-chain triglycerides are among the most promising to prevent, delay or mitigate age-related diseases, especially dementia.
With a growing ageing population and longer life expectancy, Professor Shirasawa recommends that nutrition is not only to prevent or mitigate non-communicable diseases. Instead, nutrition should also improve the quality of life of the senior citizens and limit the burden of age-related diseases.

"Nursing is the main cost for families who need to look after seniors with dementia. For example, the nursing cost for Alzheimer care in 2030 in the United States of America will be higher than Malaysia's gross domestic product (GDP) in 2015," said Professor Shirasawa.


Professor Shirasawa is one of Japan’s top specialist in preventive medicine for ageing and has written over 260 books becoming among the most popular published doctor in Japan.


In view of Malaysia’s rapidly ageing population, he has written a health book with nutritionally tested localised recipes specifically to address the need for more Omega 3 and MCT in the diet.


Food For The Brain, will be available through Popular Bookstores, nationwide in August 2016. Recipes have been developed with local tastes in mind, and the nutritional content has been vetted by nutritionists at MyKenzen.


“Our studies have shown that nutrition strategies incorporating Omega 3 and Medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) elicit improvements in promoting brain health that lead to extended happy and healthy years. Food For The Brain is developed to provide more information on the required quantity of Omega 3 and MCT intake through local dishes,” said Professor Shirasawa.

In his recent research, Professor Shirasawa concludes that to build a healthier ageing nation, we should revisit the current food pyramid with more emphasize on Omega 3 and MCTs consumption.
The Inaccurate Food Pyramid

The food pyramid which was introduced in the 80’s is the biggest misconception. The pyramid promoted an excess intake of carbohydrates and heavily used refined carbohydrates. As a result, all types of fats have been demonized for many years and push the food industry to substitute fats with sugars.

“The food pyramid has created a culture of unhealthily high carbohydrate intake and a world addiction to sugar. The negative consequences of the application of the food pyramid on public health is incalculable,” explained Professor Shirasawa.

“The introduction of the food pyramid has reduced the percentage of fats among US citizens from 43% to 33%. Ironically, in the 60s, only 1 in 100 Americans had type 2 diabetes, now it is 1 in 10 people. Meanwhile, 1 in 7 Americans were obese in the 60s and now, it is 1 in 3 people. These figures imply that the Food Pyramid was inefficient, and that no-fat and low-fat diets are damaging,” added Professor Shirasawa.
In 2009, researchers concluded that high-fat diets outperformed low-fat diets when it comes to weight loss, as well as when it comes to lowering heart diseases risks, diabetes, inflammation and hypertension.

“For the general population who decrease the ratio of carbs, cut out sugars, eat more fruits and vegetables as well as increase the ratio of fats, within the limit of their daily calorie needs, are healthier and tend to manage their weight better,” said Professor Shirasawa.

Omega 3
Omega 3 is a type of fat found in cell membranes. It is made in our bodies, but in a very slow pace, so we mostly obtain Omega 3 from our diet. Oily fish, for example mackerel, tuna, and salmon, have especially high levels of Omega 3.

“It has been largely demonstrated that Omega 3 is protective on heart and the cardio-vascular system. As such, Omega 3 plays a key role in the prevention, delay and mitigation of age-related disease,” Professor Shirasawa said.


Professor Shirasawa recommended that 250 to 500 mg of Omega 3 DHA-EPA intake per day to promote brain health. The best source of Omega 3 can be found in fatty fish such as sardines, tuna and salmon.

“Besides Omega 3, a clear anti-ageing best practice is to use proper oils and fats in the local general population diet. The first step is to reduce significantly Omega 6 (commonly found in cooking oils and fried foods). The second step is to use local oils and fats with anti-ageing properties,” said Professor Shirasawa.


Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs) 

MCTs refer to the way the carbon atoms are arranged in their chemical structure. MCTs is a natural source of dietary fat and are abundant in coconut oil. Coconut oil contains 55 percent MCTs while 45 percent of MCTs can be found in coconut milk fats.

“When our brain is not able to store energy, it requires a constant stream of blood glucose. In this situation, the liver is able to break down stored body fat to produce ketones. Ketones can readily cross the blood-brain barrier to provide instant energy to the brain. The MCT in coconut oil is able to raise blood levels of ketones,” said Professor Shirasawa.

Professor Shirasawa recommended general intake of 60ml of coconut oil or coconut milk daily. For Alzheimer and dementia patients, 120ml daily may help in improving the condition.

“It is time for us to take more proactive steps to promote a healthier brain in our golden years. We may think that we are still young when we are in 30’s and 40’s, however, the call for action is now. Healthier and happier golden years can be achieved by adopting dietary change and staying active” he said in closing.