Monday, January 13, 2014

Eulogy Writing Competition

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This is about the collaborate of x they came out with this Eulogy writing competition to promote Filial Piety to college youths and English writing in colleges.

Okay what is : is Asia’s first internet based portal that provides a place to create Obituary, Memorials, Pet memorials & sending messages through e-mails and mobile phone. This portal provides a specific site that is interactive for posting information and also acts as a notification service for direct and personal invitation to relatives and friends on information such as the location of the funeral wake service, memorial services, religious prayer times, cremation and burial information. Many times we have forgotten our distant relatives and friends that we have not met for many years. It’s during the funeral wake services is where we see them again and keep the connected again. However there are times that we have even forgotten to notify them due to the stress, emotional and grieving state of mind that we are in, during the loss of a loved one

And what is and what they do :

They're a bunch of youth which do marketing with Youths In Malaysia,
Looking for youth leaders which need help in amplify their brand, helping young people to develop experiences that their brand can provide and to help them in making different in the community.

They are ready to help out the Youths out there.
"If you are looking towards something new and spice for your brand, we got the RIGHT technology tool and RIGHT light-minded youth crowd FOR YOU. - Youths Today"

During the Press Conference of EWC

“In conjunction with and to promote Filial Piety among college youths and also to promote English writing in colleges, we came up with the idea for an eulogy writing competition and we were pleasantly surprised,” said founders Kevin Leow and Jason Cheong. 

“We thought the response would be poor as we felt that the younger generation of Malaysians are generally out of touch of values such as filial piety, but we are glad to be wrong,” said Leow. 

The winners are Jassie Looi, Kum Peng Han & Lisa Yeo 

Were selected based on criteria such as: 

1. Title: Appreciating our ancestors and loved ones
2. Theme: Cherished moments 
3. Elements in Eulogy: Memorial, Beautiful memories, Treasured moments, Honouring, Legacy and Tributes. 

They won RM2,000.00, RM1,500.00 and RM800.00 respectively. 

Congratulations to the winners of the National Eulogy Writing Competition! Sponsored by and organized by

Friday, January 10, 2014

Eat Like a Korean

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It is a sudden urge last Sunday,
after I finished my Running Man and they are eating Korean BBQ in the show!! So I suggest to have Korean as our brunch & dinner because by the time we get out of our bed it already almost evening. Lazybones!!

We decided to go Seoul Korean, located at first floor in Taman Desa. We normally go for DaoRea because they always service the best.

Is quite a disappointment meal, If you know that restaurant it is under renovation few month ago, it is korean BBQ restaurant.

It was bfy first visit and my 2nd visit there the first time was blast their foods is amazingly nice and price are reasonable too. 

We were there at 5.05pm after 5-10 minutes people already queued till the end of staircase.

Friendly reminder they open at 5.30-11.30pm for night, I couldn't find anyone writing this or blogged about the exact time, everyone wrote 10.30am-11.30pm.

If you don't want to wait too long you can call for reservation but as I know reservation only for RM250. 

The previous look doesn't look as neat and tidy as after renovation. Last time it was stuffy, they even have a fans sharing between table with table blowing because really hot and stuffy.

Most important last time don't have the ventilation machine on top of the BBQ stove if I'm not mistake, now they installed each table one but still the restaurant still full of smoke and BBQ smell. They should put more ceiling ventilation. 

Lets start ordering our meal for the night. The price look like increased a little bit and the variety still not many. 

Start grilling the sam-Gyoub-sal RM27, only for 4 thin slices. Pork belly!! YUMMY

Dak Bulgogi (non-spicy) marinated chicken, RM28 for really big pieces.

Kimchi Ji qae, kimchi soup with rice RM19. 

Sorry totally forgot about the banchan (side dishes) here it is!! 
They got 10 type of banchan

*Mayo Macaroni & crabmeat stick ( ✓ )
*Pickle cucumbers ✓ )
*Kimchi (not spicy only soury)
*Dry salted seaweed ✓ )
*Pickle seaweed ✓ )
*Fried glass noodle ✓ )
*Fried Eggs ✓ )
*Salty meat (a bit too Salty)
*salted Anchovies & Peanuts (I don't like peanuts & Anchovies)
*Lady fingers ✓ )

Every time we go for Korean BBQ we will sure almost full eating only banchan while waiting for the meat to be grilled. My bfy always said why don't only order for bap (white rice) and eat with banchan since it can filled and it is free. We can really save if we only eat bap with banchan. LMAO 

They also gave complimentary sauced lettuce, quite nice but too much sweet sauce less sweetness will be better. 

Also complimentary seaweed soup, if you went there before you should know they give free steam pot eggs but then they changed it with soup. 

I prefer steam egg, the seaweed soup so so only. 

Almost forget, they serve you with ginger tea too. Taste good but bfy don't like ginger. 

Why are we disappointed with SK since everything look good and nice.

My bfy keep on complaining about the kimchi soup with only tofu and veggies but no meat. But ya the kimchi soup are full of veggies not even a pieces of meat in it. Anyway, Kimchi is still really nice and recommended to try it. 

As for the grilled Pork belly, Sam gyoub sal. Very less amount and small piece after grilled very really dry.

Marinated Chicken (non-spicy), dak Bulgogi. Quite many and not really nice. The pork belly are nicer compare with the chicken. 

The half death face after eating half of the foods. Actually the side dishes already enough for both of us!! Both of us are not a big eater.

It cost us this much, RM85 after rounded up the total. 2 BBQ meat of pork and chicken and 1 kimchi soup. 

I remember they served fruits after we finish our meal and cold chestnut water right?! But yesterday no they didn't served any of that. 

And I remember last time they have a bowl of korean sweet on the counter for customer to have some now they only give each person one. That sweet really nice not sure we can get it anywhere win KL or not. Should be last time those customer too greedy take too much so they change it.

Anyway, Me and bfy both still think Dao Rea is way nicer than Seoul Korea after yesterday dinner. The first visit I kinda fall in love with their foods but now nay Quite a BIG disappointment. 

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Kind People with Kind Ideas

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Yesterday night I saw this while scrolling my Facebook;

I bet you sure ask what so special about this. Many people wanted to donate stuff to the poor but they always find it hard to reach to the destination so here a good idea for the good people.

Send your good to the poor children without u driving. It really easy and fast;

Digi telecommunication collaborate with MyTeksi to give 2000 children toys and books. 

How to donate?

1. Download MyTeksi app into your smartphone. 
2. Book yourself a taxi and select MyTeksi HQ as destination. 
3. Wait for the taxi to come to you to collect the donation item.

Don't worry about the taxi fare because it is for charity so it is ZERO fare.

is only available for weekends ONLY!! 

The campaign duration;
* 28 & 29 December 2013 ( past )
* 4 & 5 January 2014 ( past )
* 11 & 12 January 2014 ( this weekends )
* 18 & 19 January 2014 ( last days )

Do remember you must at least donate 5 pieces of either toys or books or mixture of both items to book a taxi for collection. 

So pack now and download the app and wait for the taxi to come!!

Donate books you or your children or your cousin or sister brother no longer reading. Toys which you only keep in your closet to those children which need it more than you.

Doing good you will get good return. Signing off; MsCarolineLzt


Friday, January 3, 2014


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This is a very late post up, sorry to the sponsor and the SWAG team for the delay. My laptop haven fix and I lost some of the photo even the screen shot I capture have lost together with my laptop!!! 😭😭😭

Anyway, was gonna blog about my experience shopping with MrLens with the help of The Butterfly Project. For the meantime I couldn't tag/link them because I'm writing using my phone.

Okay here we go a short and easy step to buy a pair of len;

1) Choose the lenses you wanted to buy and click in. 

2) Choose color, power and total pair of lenses. 

3) Then it will appear in yours "My Cart" check ally he detail like power and color then press checkout. 

4) After that you're required to login or register as member if you're not yet a member. 

5) and then you will go back to the "My Cart" list again and press Checkout. Just follow the step Fill in delivery info and do your payment an CONFIRM! Last thing is wait with patience. 

It is easy and fast!? If you need a pair of Len and no time to go to the optical shop here this for you to get it anywhere with computer or phone!

And you can get it after ordering it around 2-3days!!!! I got mine in time and they packed nicely. 

Lenses I bought is "Starburst Grey" & "3Tones Violet" both without power ad is 15mm. 

This is how inside the box look like.

I already used the Violet one, it doesn't look obvious or too much just right. A close up for the len.