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Monday, June 30, 2008

Air Asia Big Big Sale from RM0.05!

The pulsating moment has begun; AirAsia's Big Big Sale is back! You will be amazed with our mind blowing fares from RM0.05 to Langkawi, Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong and many more.

Whether it's flying home for Chinese New Year or enjoying a trip abroad on Labour Day, Air Asia have all the flights you'll need to truly enjoy the first quarter of 2009. Get hooked on Air Asia's seven-day Big Big Sale frenzy with low, low fares.

Align CenterHold your breath and jet set to a splendid holiday.

Maybe not for since I'll be saving to survive in Singapore. By the way, the fuel charges will increase again according to my mom.

Friday, June 27, 2008

Five Ways You're Killing the Planet

The everyday actions that are wrecking the environment, and how you can quit

Leaving Your Computer On

Standby power, also known as vampire power, the juice used by all those DVD player clocks, coffeepot LEDs and cellphone chargers—accounts for more than 5 percent of all residential electricity use in the U.S., a tab that costs us an estimated $4 billion per year and pumps millions of tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Solution? Turn off your computer at night, unplug your iPod when it's done charging, or put those gadgets on a power strip for one-touch turn-off.

Jetting to Grandma's House

The worst thing about your next flight won't be getting stuck in the middle seat; it's the carbon emissions your kerosene-guzzling jet will be producing. Aviation currently accounts for about 1 percent of carbon emissions in the world, but over the next 50 years—with China and India getting into the global-tourism game—flying will jump to 4 percent or more, and further contribute to ozone depletion and noise pollution. The solution for now? Try to keep your flights to a minimum.

Upgrading Your iPhone

What happens when you toss your old cellphone or computer monitor in the Dumpster? First, you're contributing toxins like mercury, lead and cadmium into the environment. By some estimates, there are 500 million discarded cellphones in the U.S. alone. Second, you're wasting precious resources: Electronics contain small amounts of precious metals like gold, silver and coltan, all of which can be reclaimed to reduce often environmentally destructive mining operations. What can you do? Plan your electronics purchases wisely—think about a new phone every three or four years, instead of every six months—and always drop your e-waste off at a recycling center.

Living in the 'Burbs

Your little house may be cute, but under its toxic vinyl siding, it's an environmental monster. Add the average 25-minute daily commute an American suburbanite makes to the emissions from a lawnmower (one hour of pushing is equivalent to 100 miles of driving), the toxic chemicals put on lawns, and the loss of green space and farmland created by sprawl, and your enviro-mojo drops pretty low. Compare that with an urban condo where you can bike to work or take mass transit and skip the lawn care, and downtown begins to seem a little rosier.

Buying Plastic Everything

It's been said that in 1,000 years, when archaeologists dig down to the 20th and 21st centuries, they'll deem our time the Plastic Age. The ubiquitous petroleum-based material will be our most prominent artifact, mainly because the stuff doesn't biodegrade. Besides just making a mess that won't go away, some plastics are known to leak hormone-disrupting chemicals and other toxins. Until bioplastics—made from vegetable starches and cellulose—become viable, opt for glass containers when you can, and take a reusable bag to the grocery store

Friday, June 20, 2008

Late Night Shopping - Friday, 20 June Till 12 Midnight @ Central

1) Late Night Shopping

Date: Fri, 20 June. Mall operations extended till 12midnight


(a)"Cash in the Box" game à Shoppers who spend $50 between 9pm – 12am stands a chance in the "Cash Box" to grab as many vouchers as possible.

(b) Entertainment à Host is Annabelle Francis and entertainment by Juz B from 9pm.

2) GSS Shopping Spree events

Date: Sat 21 June, 4pm

The 2nd week of this event continues this Saturday.

3) ShowQuest 2008 (Youth Singing Competition) – Pre Publicity Show

Date: 22 June, from 2pm

Central is the venue sponsor for this talent quest happening on 22 & 29 June. Area is The Gallery, from Lifestyle travel to Charles & Keith.

Friday, June 6, 2008

Sabah Charity Cultural Festival 2008

The Soka Gakkai Malaysia (SGM) Sabah Branch will be holding the Sabah Charity Cultural Festival 2008 on June 6-7 this year, at the Chancellor Hall in Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS), here.The festival, from 7pm to 10pm on both nights, will be a grand showcase of Sabah's unique and rich culture, history, ethnicity and environment. The performances will be put together by some 800 performers and 700 support crew, all members of SGM (Sabah Branch), whose emphasis is the promotion of culture, education and humanistic philosophy as a means to attain world peace.

SGM Sabah Branch Chairman, Wong Keng Chew, said: "The festival promises to be a memorable event with dazzling showcases of various cultural performances including traditional dances of the major Sabah ethnic groups, such as Kadazan, Murut, Chinese, Indian and Bajau as well as Malay."

There will also be modern dances and a gymnastics display to reflect the State's energetic youth culture. In addition, a performance by young children will depict the varied fauna and flora of Sabah's marine and land environment.

Tickets to this event can be obtained at the SGM Centre on Jalan Tuaran By-pass, Inanam, while those interested to find out more about the event can do so by dialling (088)-381340 or writing to sgmsbh@streamyx.com.

Tickets priced at RM30, RM50, RM80 and RM100 will also be sold at the Chancellor Hall on both nights. Proceeds will go to schools located in rural areas, to help provide better education materials and facilities as well various other equipment that can help improve learning conditions.
SGM has held the Charity Cultural Festival every year for 13 years, taking it from one state to another. Last year, Seremban became the host-city, while Kuching will be the next city expected to receive the event.

Meanwhile, SGM Sabah Branch visited village folk in Matunggong, Kudat, on Sunday 1st June, to deliver an additional 30 bicycles on top of 20 that were delivered earlier, to children living in interior areas who have to walk long distances (as far as 16km, to and fro) to attend school. The bicycles were donated by Ng Tak Wai, a member of the SGM Sabah Branch, Lahad Datu Chapter.

For more information, visit SCCF

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Siloso Hotbods 2008, check out the hunks and babes

Support your favourite Hotbods and catch all the hottest action at the Seventeen Summer Party 2008*.

14 June 2008 (Sat)
3 to 6 pm
Cafe del Mar, Siloso Beach

Expect hip activities and non stop fun as the final 10 battle it out for the coveted title of Siloso Hotbods 2008.
- Funky fashion showcase
- Exciting stage games
- Fantastic prizes
- Dynamic step dance performance

Vote for your hottest!
Simply cast your vote on event day and you could be the one to walk away with prizes worth $200. Grab your voting card at the event!

Win Invites to Seventeen Summer Party 2008
Tell us what you like about Siloso Beach and email to marketing@sentosa.com.sg (Subject: Seventeen Summer Party) by 9 June, 12noon. The hippest answer wins! Include your name, NRIC and contact number. Winners will be notified by email.


Email your particulars (name, address, NRIC, contact number) to 17mag_promo@sph.com.sg (Subject: Seventeen Summer Party) by 6 June. All winners will be notified by post.

Event admission is free* but winning a pair of invites entitles you to:
- Free island admission
- Lucky draw
- Free drinks, goodie bags and priority seating for first 400 guests

Yo people, when you go there do vote for my friends here :)

one of the TOP10 hunks and babes of Siloso 2008

Do vote for them since Nelson is my buddy and Jessica was his friend. Hahas, I'm doing a free advertisement for both Siloso and Nelson ;p

A Toast to Dad this Father's Day at CENTRAL

Say Cheers to Dad this Father's Day at Central!

Up to $4000 worth of prizes to be won in the Indulgent Father's Day Draw! Find great gift ideas for the special man in your life in the Great Daddies Fair!

Irresistible Father's Day Offers!!!

- 30% discount on Harmony Chairs at Barang Barang (#04-01)

- Wine Fairs and exclusive wine tasting invitations by World of Wines (#B1-51)

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