April 28, 2011

Fundraising efforts bring joy to disabled Tsang by donating new wheelchair to him

On Saturday 16th April 2011 a very happy event took place at the Section 21 SEA Park Rukun Tetangga (RT) centre in Petaling Jaya.

A new motorised wheelchair was donated to Beautiful Gate Foundation for the Disabled resident Tsang Qing Nian, 20, in a handing over ceremony held at the RT centre.

Petaling Jaya Utara (PJU) Federal Development Coordinator Dato’ Dr Wong Sai Hou presented the wheelchair which was bought through fundraising efforts by him, chairman Gan Keng and committee members of Section 21 SEA Park Rukun Tetangga (RT).

Dato' Dr Wong hoped the event would promote public support and awareness for the less fortunate.  

"We care for the communities and we are happy that we are working with Beautiful Gate Foundation and are able to help Tsang," said Gan Keng.

Tsang and another resident Gan Mun Wai, 15, were involved in an accident in SS2 town centre while they were crossing the road in November last year. It was a terrifying experience for both of them.

Fortunately both of them escaped from any serious bodily injuries but their wheelchairs were damaged. Gan’s wheelchair was repaired and could be used again but Tsang’s was a total wreck. Tsang was stranded. He could not go anywhere without a replacement.

The incident was reported in newspapers. The SEA Park RT chairman was moved by the plight of Tsang. Gan Keng contacted Dato’ Wong and together they spearheaded the fund raising campaign to get a replacement wheelchair to aid Tsang’s mobility.

Donations from the public poured in through various fundraising and charity events including a public walkabout in SEA Park town centre where Tsang, Dato’ Wong, Gan Keng and RT committee members moved about from shop to shop to collect donations for the purchase of a new wheelchair. The response was great with many people making donation.

The event at the RT centre began with breakfast meal of fried meehoon/noodles, curry chicken, fried potato ball and dessert of red bean for the residents of the Foundation, including its executive director pastor Sia Siew Chin.

Pastor Sia gave her grateful thanks to Gan Keng, Dato’ Wong and the SEA Park RT for the donation of the wheelchair which was made possible with their assistance. Their fundraising effort shows that they care about communities.

Dato’ Wong later presented cash from the balance of the funds raised to the residents of the Foundation.

Present to witness the event was Aman Suria Residents Association (RA) chairperson Wendy Chan and Petaling Jaya Utara (PJU) community service centre chairman Yeo Ing King.

The smile on his face says it all. Beautiful Gate Foundation for the
Disabled resident Tsang Qing Nan (left) was all smiles when he was
presented with a new motorised wheechair. On the right is fellow
resident Gan Mun Wei who shares his happiness.
Tsang Qing Nian (centre) is happy with his new motorised wheelchair.

From lelft: Section 21 SEA Park Rukun Tetangga (RT) chairman Gan
Keng, Petaling Jaya Utara (PJU) Federal Development
Dato' Dr Wong Sai Hou and PJU community service centre chairmanYeo Ing King, with Tsang Qing Nan (left) and Gan Mun Wei.

Beautiful Gate Foundation for the Disabled executive director
Sia Siew Chin (front row, in yellow shirt) with Dato' Dr Wong
Sai Hou (in dark blue jacket), Gan Keng (on Dato' Wong's right),
Aman Suria Residents Association (RA) chairperson Wendy Chan
(in maroon shirt), with Tsang and SEA Park RT committee
members d
isplaying the 1Malaysia sign together as one.

Tsang (third from left) and fellow residents posing with Section 21
SEA Park Rukun Tetangga (RT) committee members.

 From left: Section 21 SEA Park RT chairman Gan Keng, Dato' Dr
Sai, committee members Lim See Pong and Cliff Yin
 Tack Wa checking out the new motorised wheelchair.

Tsang is carried by Section 21 SEA Park RT secretary Jimmy Tee
his new wheelchair with some help from Dato' Dr Wong Sai
Hou (right) and Gan Keng (left).

Tsang trying out the motorised wheelchair to learn how it works. 

In control: Tsang says Yes with a big smile on his face.
Dato' Dr Wong Sai Hou presenting cash money from the balance of
the funds raised.to residents of the Foundation.

Beautiful Gate Foundation for the Disabled residents enjoying their
breakfast meal at the Section 21 SEA Park RT centre.
Section 21 SEA Park Rukun Tetangga (RT) committee members
serving breakfast meal to their guests.

April 25, 2011

Asean bloggers connect at 1st Malaysia-Asean Regional Bloggers Conference 2011, KL

Bloggers from Asean region meet together at the first Malaysia-Asean Regional Bloggers Conference held from 23 – 24 April 2011 with the theme of "Blogging Mindfully and Responsibly" at Intercontinental Hotel (formerly Nikko Hotel) in Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak officially opened the conference on Sunday 24th April 2011. He called on the blogger community to speak the truth in cyberspace or expose themselves to all the ramifications and consequences for telling lies and half-truths.

Also present were the patron of Blog House Malaysia (BHM) Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and his wife Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali, Najib's wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor and Blog House Malaysia (BHM) president Syed Akbar Ali.

The two-day conference which attracted more than 250 participants was organized by Blog House Malaysia (BHM), an association that provide a platform to derive defensive mechanisms to protect the plethora of bloggers in blogosphere, especially on Malaysia and Malaysia-centric postings.

The objective of the conference was to bring together regional bloggers from ASEAN countries, and to highlight the obstacles faced by these bloggers as well as the adversity that bloggers might experience in their day to day talking of various issues.

Workshops and forums covering wide ranging topics including blogger network and blogger etiquette were held. Asean bloggers at the conference came from Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Brunei and the Philippines.

The Asean bloggers adopted the five-point Kuala Lumpur Consensus on blogging and social media which among others, proposes the establishment of ASEAN Social Media and Blogging network to promote understanding, good relations, unity and co-operation for regional betterment and progress of the new media practitioners in the spirit of mutual respect.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak delivers his keynote
address to participants of 1st Malaysia Asean Regional Bloggers
Conference 2011 (MARBC) in Kuala Lumpur. 

Blog House Malaysia patron Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (left)
sharing a light moment with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib
Tun Razak.

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (right) signing the patronage acceptance
letter while Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak (left) and
Blog House Malaysia (BHM) president Syed Akbar Ali look on.

Blog House Malaysia (BHM) president Syed Akbar Ali (centre)
showing off the patronage acceptance letter signed by the patron
of BHM Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (right) while Prime Minister
Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak (left) looks on.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak (left) signing the
 official plaque. Looking on are Blog House Malaysia (BHM)
president Syed Akbar Ali (centre) and BHM patron Tun
Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Blog House Malaysia (BHM) president Syed Akbar Ali (centre)
showing the official plaque signed by Prime Minister Datuk Seri
Najib Tun Razak (left) while BHM patron Tun Dr Mahathir
Mohamad (right) looks on.
One for the album: A photo session with Asean and committee
members of 1st Malaysla-Asean Regional Bloggers Conference 2011.

(L-R) Front row: Blog House Malaysia (BHM) president Syed Akbar
Ali, blogger Chak Sopheap from Cambodia, BHM patron Tun Dr
Mahathir Mohamad, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak
and BHM advisor Datuk Ahirudin Attan.

A bloggers workshop session in progress.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak meet with bloggers
from Asean region.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak entertains requests
for his autograph.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak signs every
autograph request.

Blog House Malaysia (BHM) president Syed Akbar Ali (fourth
from right), 
treasurer Zakhir Mohamed (third from right), BHM
Perak representative Mohamad Salim Bin Iskandar (fourth
from left) were among others at the conference.

Kumpulan Menyokong UMNO (myKMU.net) member Redzuan
Mohd Junid (in wheelchair) greets Prime Minister Datuk Seri
Najib Tun Razak. Looking on are Putera MIC India International

Bureau chairman E. Venkates Rao (left), Hulu Selangor MP
P. Kamalanathan (centre) and Blog House Malaysia (BHM)

president Syed Akbar Ali (behind Najib).

Blog House Malaysia president Syed Akbar Ali (left) and
Zainol Abideen of The Malaysian OBserver.
(L-R) Blog House Malaysia advisor Datuk Ahirudin Bin Attan
Putera MIC India International Bureau chairman E. Venkates Rao,
Borneo Convention Centre Kuching sales manager Abigail Law
and Time dotCom CEO Afzal Abdul Rahim.

Bloggers from Cambodia Chak Sopheap (left) and
Indonesia Herman Saksono.
Malaysian bloggers Amir Rozaini Ahmad Rani (first from left) and
Zamiel Zukie (second from left) in the company of blogger members.

Bloggers from Vietnam Anh Minh Tran Do (left) and Hy Viet Huynh. 

Bloggers Anh-Minh Tran Do (left) from Vietnam and
Anthony Ian Memije Cruz from the Philippines.

(L-R): Delwin Keasberry from Brunei, Oliver Richard V. Robillo
and Anthony Ian Memije Cruz both from the Philippines.

(L-R): Cherian George from Singapore, Anthony Ian Memije Cruz
 and Oliver Richard V. Robillo both from the Philippines.

From left: Indonesian bloggers Ong Hock Chuan,
Herman Saksono and Aulia Halimatussadiah.

April 21, 2011

OMG draws fun crowds with its live music, good drinks, finger food and karaoke

After a hard day of work and you need a place for music to relax and unwind with a few cold drinks, where else but OMG Fun Pub - the perfect place to maximize your time. It’s a great place for a night of fun, entertainment, karaoke, finger food and drinks all under one roof.

The new happening hotspot in Section 21 SEA Park, Petaling Jaya which has been drawing a crowd since its opening on 17th December 2010 promises a touch of something different for a night out.

OMG Fun Pub features nightly entertainment of music by soloists rendering favourite Mandarin, English and Malay songs, five nights a week from 9.30 pm onwards.

A live band plays exciting music to thrill patrons every Thursday from 9 pm onwards. As for Saturdays it will be a football night for fans.

Business hour is from Monday to Friday and alternate Saturday, from 5.00 pm to 1.00 am.

The drinks are reasonably priced. There is “Happy Hour” promotion from 5.00 pm to 8.30 pm daily. Patrons who purchased 2 pint of Guinness draught will get 1 pint for free.

There are also other promotions. Single malt whisky is at RM660 net for two bottles and get one bottle for free on a “while stock lasts” basis.

The pub also serves a wide range of great finger foods to go along well with the drinks at Jimmy’s Corner so there is something for everyone. The foods at reasonable prices are sold out nightly. Especially popular among patrons are the fried chicken wing, French fries, cheese sausages and fried fish ball/sotong ball.

Conveniently located, the pub covers a large space that can accommodate 100 people at a time and with a great staff, patrons will never wait long for a drink and can count on the staff to remember their favourite drink on their third visit. There are also friendly and cheerful Pub PR girls who would serve drinks while patrons enjoy the entertainment in the comfortable confines of the pub.

The pub boasts five large TV screens; one for showing Astro channels and the others for showing MTV music videos and impromptu karaoke session. There are plans to show English Premier League (EPL) and Champions League soccer soon.

You can book the pub for private functions and special events. Oh yes, for birthday parties of 12 or more also receive a free birthday cake. For arrangement, kindly contact James Chan (019-2240745) or Cliff Yin (012-3812623 / 019-2712623).

The great music, good drinks, tasty finger foods, casual atmosphere and the reasonably priced menu make OMG Fun Pub a perfect place to get together and have a great fun time.

OMG Fun Pub
No. 1 & 2, SEA Park Shopping Complex
Jalan 21/19, SEA Park, PJ.

Tel: James Chan (019-2240745) or Cliff Yin (012-3812623 / 019-2712623)

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Live bands take the stage at OMG Fun Pub every Thursday night.

The live bands keep the crowd fired up with their lively rendition
of popular songs.
OMG Fub Pub features nightly entertainment of music by soloists
rendering songs in Mandarin, English and Malay.

Having fun: OMG Fun Pub is pretty busy most nights.
Be prepared for a crowd here.

There are friendly and cheerful Pub PR girls who would serve drinks to patrons at tables.

Enjoy good friends, good times and always fun at OMG Fun Pub.

For the hungry eaters, there are plenty of fun tasty finger foods to go
along well with the drinks at Jimmy's Corner.

April 15, 2011

The booth babes of Pikom PC Fair @ KLCC, 1st Series, April 2011

The 3-day Pikom PC Fair 2011 (I) from 15 – 17 April held at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) attracted thousands of people eager to get some attractive bargains on ICT items and accessories.

Others look forward to the booth babes. These babe-hunters roamed through the convention centre looking for the booth babes who would flash a smile and pose for your cameras when requested. Many exhibitors brought their booth babes along in order to draw the crowd's attention.

This is a collection of the lovely booth babes at the Pikom PC Fair 2011 (first series) held from 15 – 17 April 2011 at the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC).

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Garmin hot babe Alexis Icebaby showing
off what she got.

Garmin hot babe Alexis Icebaby
is grabbing attention.

Garmin hot babe Alexis Icebaby in riding bicycyle pose.

AMD babes Jasmine Leong (left) and Angel Won.

AMD babes Yumi Wong SK (left) and Patricia Yap.

AMD babes spice up the Pikom PC Fair.
(L to R) Yvonne Hock, Patricia Yap and Yumi Wong SK.

From left: AMD sexy and beautiful babes Yvonne Hock,
Patricia Yap and Yumi Wong SK.

From left: Asus babes Jun, Karen Pink, Joan and Katherine.

From left: Asus babes Lewin, Jessica Lee, Kah Kar and Suhney Hoe.

Pretty Asus babes in a row.
From left: Kaspersky babes Zhi Shan, Yen Li and Kelly Tan. 
From left: Kasperksky babes Yen Li, Zhi Shan and Kelly Tan appearing on their second day
on the fair.

 Online game myRosso babes Roselyn Doll (left) and Ranne Chee.

Online game myRosso babes Roselyn Doll (left)
and Ranne Chee appearing on their second
day on the fair.

LG babes Peggie Ong (left) and Simone Yap.

Intel babe Elouise Toh.
From left: Sandisk babes Cassandra Ong, Ezlynn Lum and Cindy Tham.
Attractive and cheerful Sandisk babes. (From left): Cassandra Ong, 
Ezlynn Lum and CindyTham.       Photo contributed by Anas.

Sensonic babe Yvonne Moh.

Sensonic babe Yvonne Moh.
Photo contributed by Anas.

Sensonic babes Xiao Teen (left) and Agnes Lim.

From left: Garmin babes Yomiko Yong, Diana Panda and Joanne Lee.
Pretty Garmin babes a hit at Pikom PC Fair.
(L-R) Yomiko Yong, Diana Panda and

Joanne Lee.   Photo contributed by Anas.

Garmin babes Elicia Teoh (left) and Christine Guan.

From left: Avira babes Kiwi See, Evonne Teah and Sonia Ng.

Pretty Avira Babe Sonia Ng.

Avira sexy and beautiful babes are the ones that catch your eye.
From left to right: Avira babes Kiwi See,  Evonne Teah and
Sonia Ng.
Photo contributed by Anas.

Apacer babe Che Mei.

Panda (antivirus) babe Fioline Chang.
Panda (antivirus) babe Yeng Yeng.

From left: MOL babes Qian Meo, Renee Chee and Jenny Liu.

From left: MOL babes Chevelle Chua, Soo Catherine and Eileen Tee.

From left: hTC babes Bell Chan, Ivy Yap and Joyce Sik.
From left: CSL babes Ashley Wong, Genki Teoh and Quincy Liew.

Lenovo babes Wendy (left) and Genne.

Multimedia speakers E-View babes
Jocelyn Koh (left) and Jyee Chong.
Multimedia speakers E-View babes
Jocelyn Koh (left) and Jyee Chong appearing
on their second day on the fair.

From left: Epson babes Lavenne Sia, Elise Fei and Kerrie Lau.

From left: Panasonic (Evolta battery) babes Lavenda Prisilla,
Wan Li Tang and Chhoy Yeen.

Panasonic (Evolta battery) babes Joey Wong (left) and Gee Ling.

Bone iPhone babe Sharmaine Chow.

Bone iPhone babe Sharmaine Chow.
Photo contributed by Anas.

A4Tech babe Elaine Chen.

Online game CiBmall babes Eling wong (left) and Ling Ling. 

Online game YouxiPark babe Keii Hor.
Online game Funmily babe Zniez

Online game Mission Against Terror (MAT)
 babes Mun Mun (left) and Jolin LWQ.

From left: Pay TV service DETV babes Megan Xie, Wei Ling
and Callniee.