Jalan Jalan Japan - Awesome Shopping Day @ 1Shamelin Mall

Great news to all! Jalan Jalan Japan is opening soon at 1 Shamelin Mall on 30th Sept 2017 (Saturday), located at the 3rd floor.  Why Jalan Jalan Japan?Jalan Jalan is a popular Malay term for 'going for a walk' to no particular destination. The name Jalan Jalan Japan invites people to come to the store for a walk and for a look-see experience. 

 Jalan Jalan Japan offers
*Quality *Variety * Hargagiler

 Jalan Jalan Japan in Malaysia offers pre-loved items that are still in very good condition. There are more than 20 categories of item in the store and the price is so crazy that you can get a blouse for only RM 5! Items range from branded clothing, luggage bag,accessories, kitchenware, winter clothings, children clothings and shoes, baby items, toys, sports equipments, collectible items, household products and many more!

In Japan, they practice on recycle behaviour. They will sell off their pre-loved items which have been used to give space of their home.
Who doesn't love shopping moment? Even my 3 kiddos are over excited getting ready with their shopping basket leading me to the toys section to kick start our hunting session.

My girls found their Pikachu and Charizard. Some small soft toys for only  RM 3
Prices starts from RM1 for many items ! All the pre-loved items from Japan tend to be in good conditions and  if you are lucky you might get unused items as well, still in their original packaging.
We begin exploring the toys section first. So many toys here! All are well pack and in good condition. Legos, trains, cars, miniature, collection toys and many more
Kids can spend lots of time choosing their favourite items here.

We can really get the real deals with low price

Kids shoe which you can get at lowest price of RM 5 per pair

Just grab any tops from RM 5 onwards. There is even a fitting room for you to try on
Ladies section with attractive tops, dress, pants, skirts and winter clothing plus lovely bags.
Baby Products Section with strollers, car seats, booster seat and etc.
For sports lovers, you can check out this section with golf equipment, roller blades, surfboard, tennis racquets and other sports items at affordable price.
There are lots of chocies for Household items too

Luggage bag
My girls helping me to draw the beautiful notes on the wall.. A memorable moment for sure
My kiddos are happily carrying each shopping bag themselves with these toys they grab today.
Cheh cheh have her lego set, pencils,Charizard.
Mei Mei have Pikachu, lego set, trolley, pencils and a beautiful dress.
Didi found his favourite Toy Story Shooting gun, Lightning McQueen car, lego sets and pencils.
Papa have Gundam cutie toy
Mummy have a piggy toy
All these for RM 110..What a bargain and so satisfying shopping day for all of us!

Hubby is over excited to found his Gundam cute toys for RM 3 each. Adding in more to his personal collection.
My son found his little treasure of Toy Story Shooting Gun with lights and sound for only RM 10!! Happy faces and keep showing his grandparents when he reached home.
** Remember to check with the friendly staff on all battery-operated toys to test if the item is working before purchase ya!

So mark your calendar this coming 30 Sept 2017 and be the 1st 100 customer to get extra 10% discount and mention my name Koo Pooi Yee, blogger from Weekend Treat to get additional 5% off for all the items on that opening day. All the products are in good quality and variety of stuff you can find here as low as RM 1!!

We have a fun family shopping day and spending a good quality time with my kids to choose their favourite items. Treasure hunting shopping experience with great bargain and lots of savings!! Can't wait to visit again to get more ladies clothing, bags and household items on my second visit soon. 

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Sungei Wang Lantern Fun Park

Sungei Wang celebrates our 40th anniversary and Mid-Autumn Festival with a blast from the past showcasing the glamour of the 1970s era from now till 4 October 2017.
In early 1970s, BB Park was the entertainment hub with singing stage, fun fair and theatre, it is the place for fun games and glamour shows. This Mid-Autumn, Sungei Wang reminisces the BB Park glamour era by transforming the mall back to 1970s. Walking through the Sungei Wang Walk, shoppers can soak into the festive mood with glittering lightbulbs and lanterns. A giant gramophone sits facing Jalan Sultan Ismail together with the signature Sungei Wang Lantern Fun Park arch to greet the shoppers. As you step into the Centre Court, a two-level theatre backed with a gigantic ferris wheel set as main stage where the launch, performances and activities are to take place.
 “We wanted to showcase the glitz and glamour as well as reminisce the glorious BB Park, which was the identity of this area before Sungei Wang was built. The story of this place and era will be told via the Sungei Wang Lantern Fun Park Mid-Autumn Musical happening on the 16, 17, 22 and 23 September 2017. A series of interactive decorations such as the retro stage, rickshaw, 70s street setting with seating can be found around the Centre Court for shoppers to take photos. Last but not least, we will end our celebration with the grand Sungei Wang Lantern Parade on the 30 September 2017 together with foreign artist, 988 DJs and a hundred lion dance troupes circulating Bukit Bintang area,” says Ms. Yuen May Chee, Complex Manager of Sungei Wang during the Light Up Ceremony of Sungei Wang Lantern Fun Park on the 15 September 2017.

Together with members of the media and invited guests, a simple yet fun light up ceremony was held at the Centre Court to officiate the celebrations as well as unveil the charity box for donation drive. The launch was not hyped with a roaring lion dance performance but the highlight of the Sungei Wang Lantern Fun Park Mid-Autumn Musical was also performed to entice the crowd on the upcoming musical. Fans were also entertained by stage appearance of popular band Mad August and local celebrity, Ruby Yap

 Sungei Wang Lantern Parade 30 September 2017
Step into the third year since it started, Sungei Wang Lantern Parade will be happening on 30 September 2017 and will grace with the artistes appearance of Miu Chu, popular singer from Taiwan, Mad August, local renown band & Ruby Yap, the new and upcoming singer from Malaysia. The official radio, 988 will have six of their radio announcers coming to join us in the parade as well. Do not miss a chance to walk the parade with Sam, Jason, Cheryl, Danny, Cassey Soo and Mike where they will be hosting some games with their fans as well. The highlight of the prizes from the games will be 1-night stay at Oasia Suites Kuala Lumpur for two winners.

To add on to the festive carnival celebration, we will be inviting over a hundred lion dance troupes to join in the parade circulating Bukit Bintang. Public and tourists will surely be mesmerized with the majestic appearance of over a hundred lion dance troupes, all ready to entertain you with their dance and stunts all along the parade.

 On the parade day, do your bid for charity and donate a minimum of RM1 for a lantern for the charity fundraising campaign “A New Home, A New Hope” for Padmasambhava Children Loving Association Klang Selangor.
 “A New Home, A New Hope” Charity Drive
Not forgetting the less fortunate during the times of celebration, Sungei Wang together with Youth Dreamss initiates “A New Home, A New Hope” Charity Drive to raise funds for Padmasambhava Children Loving Association Klang Selangor. The orphanage home is currently occupying an ill-suited shop lot and is in urgent need of a new home.

The “A New Home, A New Hope” Donation Box is placed at the Concourse Floor for donations. Public are encouraged to donate generously to help them secure their new home as soon as possible.

Sungei Wang Lantern Redemption

Bring home with an exclusive Sungei Wang Lantern together and I Love Yoo! Voucher on us! Just spend a minimum of RM160 in any outlets in Sungei Wang or a minimum of RM100 at Lantern Market Hall (both in a maximum of 2 accumulated receipts) to be entitled for this redemption.

Exciting Shows, Musical, Workshops, Appearances & Yummy Lantern Market Hall
In conjunction with this year’s theme and concept, Sungei Wang and Youth Dreamss jointly present The 70s Glitz & Glamour Talent Shows and Competitions. Mid-Autumn “Sing Out Loud” Singing Competition will be happening on 23 September while Mid-Autumn Cultural Talent Show Competition will be happening on 30 September 2017. The winners from both competitions will receive a complimentary night stay at Oasia Suites Kuala Lumpur.

Sungei Wang will be packed with exciting events and activities over the weekends. Be entertained with the Classical Chinese Instrument performance, Chinese Diabolo Showcase, Sungei Wang Lantern Fun Park Mid-Autumn Musical and Mister & Miss Shanghai Appearance & Giveaways.
Local celebrity, Gary Yap will be having his “Good Food Good Mood” book signing roadshow here on 22 September 2017.

Interested in some fun and games? Do not miss out the Magnum’s interactive games booth at the centre court on 23, 24, 30 September & 1 October 2017.
Get your kids to join in for the free arts and crafts workshops during the weekends. Register now at Customer Service Counter, LG Floor for Retro Lantern Drawing, Oriental Hand Fan Drawing and Chinese Mini Umbrella Painting. Limited seats available so hurry and register now.

What is Mid-Autumn Festival without yummy mooncakes? Explore the wondrous array of top notch mooncakes from Baker’s Cottage, Di Huang, Fai Fong Bakery, Hong Kong Bay and Tai Thong. You can also find classical and modern lanterns & decorations as well as tea products at the Lantern Market Hall in Concourse Floor too!

A Note of Appreciation
Sungei Wang Lantern Fun Park is proudly presented by Sungei Wang with Magnum as the Main Sponsor, I Love Yoo! & Mr. D.I.Y. as Sponsor and Oasia Suites Kuala Lumpur as Official Hotel Sponsor.

It is also supported by Tourism Malaysia with 988 as the Official Radio, Viralcham as the Official Online Media, Youth Dreamss as the Official Partner and Mega Ultimate as the Supporting Partner.

A little shout-out to our Facebook Fans, stay tuned on Sungei Wang’s official Facebook page and look out for Lantern Online Contest. Two winners will stand a chance to win a night stay at Oasia Suites Kuala Lumpur worth RM758 each. Be sure to hashtag #SungeiWangLanternFunPark #OasiaSuitesKL and do not forget to check out our newly revamped website!

For latest information about the events and promotions at Sungei Wang, kindly visit: http://www.sungeiwang.com or Sungei Wang Facebook page at www.facebook.com/sungeiwangplaza.

Cartoon Network unveils a fourth Powerpuff Girl in 5-part special, The Powerpuff Girls: Power of Four

Sugar, spice, everything nice, and the enigmatic Chemical X – these are the ingredients needed to make the perfect little girls…or so Professor Utonium led us to believe. 20 years after the launch of Cartoon Network’s most popular original series, there’s a new Powerpuff Girl in town, and she’s got the POWER.

Premiering over one weekend, the 5-part special will transform all that we know about the origin story of The Powerpuff Girls. Seen only in a form of a silhouette, her identity remains a secret until Cartoon Network’s global reveal. On Monday, 18 September 2017, at 5PM, Cartoon Network Asia will reveal her live on its Facebook page (Facebook.com/Asia.CartoonNetwork), in an interactive experience that will give fans the opportunity to learn more about what makes her awesome. 

The first three episodes of the 5-part special will premiere on Saturday, 23 September and the final two episodes on Sunday, 24 September during that time slot. 

Playing off the idea that anyone can be the fourth Powerpuff Girl, Cartoon Network is encouraging fans to visit the www.powerpuffyourself.com from Tuesday, 8 September to Thursday, 17 September and create their very own Powerpuff Girls avatar. Those who upload their avatar on the Cartoon Network Facebook page and share why they love the #PowerpuffGirls, will stand a chance to win personalized Cartoon Network goodies every day.

Created by Craig McCracken in 1998, The Powerpuff Girls follows the three sisters who have dedicated their lives to fighting crime and forces of evil that threaten the city of Townsville. To date, the show has earned two Emmy® Awards, five nominations and countless animation honors including the Kids’ Choice Awards - Favourite Cartoon category, the Annie Awards - Character Design in an Animated Television Production, and the Primetime Emmys - Outstanding Animated Program.

Cartoon Network is available in Malaysia on Astro Channel 616. For latest updates, visit CartoonNetworkAsia.com or the Cartoon Network Asia Facebook Page

Antabax Celebrates the Power Of Malaysia Through Graffiti Battle

(From left) Bee, renowned Malaysian graffiti artist, Ms Mandy Lee, Lam Soon Edible Oils Senior Product Manager, Household & Personal Care, Mr Heng Swee Seng, Lam Soon Edible Oils Senior General Manager, Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mohamed Najib Ahmad Dawa, Director General of the National Art Gallery, Mr Francis Ng, Lam Soon Edible Oils Sdn Bhd Senior General Manager, Household & Personal Care Department, Marketing Division, and Dato’ Dina Rizal, President of SportsUnite launching the live graffiti battle
Antabax, Malaysia’s number 1 Halal antibacterial personal care range, celebrated the power of Malaysia through a live graffiti battle with 14 of the country’s best graffiti artists and their crews spraying their way to RM20,000 in cash at the National Art Gallery, here, today.

The live graffiti battle was the culmination of the month long Antabax Graffiti Competition 2017 that was held in conjunction with the 60th anniversary of independence. With the theme of POWER Malaysia, graffiti artists from across the nation were challenged to interpret the dynamic spirit and uniqueness of the country.

The competition received hundreds of online entries that were then whittled down to 55 before the final 14 artists and crews, to represent the 14 Malaysian states, were shortlisted by a panel of judges from the National Art Gallery, graffiti artists and representatives from Antabax.

The prize money of RM20,000 cash is believed to be among the largest offered for a graffiti competition in the country. The finalists had 3.5 hours to fill a 2.4m by 2.4m panel with their vision of Malaysian POWER, using spray paint as the main medium.

The Antabax live graffiti battle was won by Mohd Zulfadli Bin Ahmad Nawawi, also known as Akid1, received RM7,500 in cash; second place went to the Mohd Zaki Bin Nordin also known as Escapeva, who received RM4,500; while the 3 Serangkai crew, of Katun and Siek, came third winning RM2,500, in a close fought competition. Eleven consolation winners received RM500 each. All finalists also received Antabax hampers, and spray paint worth RM200, each. (Please see appendix for full list of placing and prizes).

The live graffiti battle was judged by National Art Gallery, Chief Curator, En Majidi Amir and Senior Curator, En Bakhtiar Naim Jaafar; Lam Soon Edible Oils Senior Product Manager, Household & Personal Care, Ms Mandy Lee and internationally renowned Malaysian graffiti artists, Bee and Bone Alfie.
(From left) Chief judge, international graffiti artist, Bee, second place winner, Escapeva, graffiti artist Bone, Vivian Lim, Lam Soon Edible Oils Brand Manager, Household & Personal Care Department, Marketing Division, first place winner, Akid1 and team mate, Mandy Lee from Antabax, and Katun & Siek, placing third.

A graffiti clinic for those aged between eight to 18 years was conducted by Bee and graffiti artists from District Gallery, to inspire the next generation of graffiti artist by introducing them to correct can-handling, basic techniques, safety procedures and hygiene.

Antabax is a proudly Malaysian personal care brand that is recognized for its 24-hours antibacterial protection.  It was named the fastest growing Malaysian brand in the antibacterial personal care category[1] and all of its products are certified Halal.

The brand has championed Malaysian arts, culture and heritage activities through numerous award-winning campaigns towards promoting active, healthy lifestyles, and bring
communities closer.

Children learning the old school game of ceper at one of the Juara POWER booths.

The Juara POWER Antabax Zero Point/Lompat Getah station was packed. 

The Antabax POWER campaign is its latest nationwide initiative. Aside from the Graffiti competition, the campaign also includes the Juara POWER Antabax schoolyard games.

Mr Francis Ng, Senior General Manager, Household & Personal Care Department, Marketing Division, Lam Soon Edible Oils Sdn Bhd said: “The Antabax POWER campaign celebrates what makes Malaysia a unique nation through the spirit and power of its people. The interpretation of what makes Malaysia potent may differ but the underlying feeling and power is there.”

He also introduced the Juara POWER Antabax schoolyard games as a means of preserving the heritage of play, and of introducing the younger generation to the games their parents were champions at.

“Antabax understands that our Malaysian heritage includes games such as Oh Som, Lat Tali Lat, Five Stones, Chap Teh, Bottle Caps, Zero Point, and even the eraser fights we used to engage in during classes. We felt that reintroducing these games would help to tear kids and teens away from their mobile devices, creating moments of family bonding, for healthy, active lifestyle,” he added.

Finalists working on their panel!

Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mohamed Najib Ahmad Dawa, Director General of National Art Gallery, said: “Events such as these are very much in keeping with the National Art Gallery’s objective of making art, culture and heritage an integral part of daily Malaysian life. We need to teach our population to appreciate and value art from young. We find that public-private collaborations such as this one with Antabax helps in amplifying awareness and creating interest in art forms such as graffiti and in the games of our childhood.

“Which is why we are extremely pleased when Antabax proposed to collaborate with us on the Antabax Graffiti Competition 2017, because such initiatives are seen as a crucial platform for our local graffiti artists to become entrepreneurs, where they are able to generate a steady form of income and be financially independent.”

More than 2,000 people attended the Antabax POWER Graffiti Live Battle the Juara POWER Antabax games. Guests who completed the series of eight childhood games of batu seremban (five stones), teng teng (hopscotch), lawan pemadam (eraser fight), lompat getah (jumping rope), pick up sticks, chapteh and gom bia, received full-sized Antabax products, while all guests received goodie bags.

To find out more about #AntabaxPOWER campaign please visit fb.com/NewAntabax or check our Instagram page @antabax.


Winners List and Quotes
Prize & Talent & Quote
Mohd Zulfadli Bin Ahmad Nawawi (Akid1)
RM7,500 cash + Antabax Hamper + RM200 in spray paint
The theme of POWER Malaysia fits well into my work as I regularly explore the uniqueness of Malaysia in my work. I appreciate the prize money, which is considerable! My thanks to Antabax and the National Art Gallery for giving graffti artists a platform to reach a wider audience with our work, and with our positive message!

Mohd Zaki Bin Nordin (Escapeva)
RM4,500 cash + Antabax Hamper + RM200 in spray paint
The Antabax graffiti live battle to be completed in just 3.5 hours was challenging, but it gives us the type of high-stakes, high-energy exposure we need to take our output to the next level. For those who believe in me – I’m exhibited at the National Art Gallery! Come see my work here until mid-October.

3 Serangkai (Katun and Siek)
RM2,500 cash + Antabax Hamper + RM200 in spray paint
It is great to see graffiti and graffiti artist like us getting recognised for our work, which is all over Malaysia but seldom in formal galleries. Antabax values our work and gaining the graffiti community a bigger platform to showcase our skill, technique and capabilities.

Goh Jiat Sin

RM500 + Antabax Hamper + RM200 in spray paint
Muhammad Fahrul Idham Idham Bin Ab Malek

RM500 + Antabax Hamper + RM200 in spray paint
Mohd Faris Bin Azlan

RM500 + Antabax Hamper + RM200 in spray paint
Muhammad Abqari

RM500 + Antabax Hamper + RM200 in spray paint
Azrul Helmi Bin Ibrahim

RM500 + Antabax Hamper + RM200 in spray paint
Muhammad Fakhri Bin Mohd Salleh

RM500 + Antabax Hamper + RM200 in spray paint
Chew Jia Qian

RM500 + Antabax Hamper + RM200 in spray paint
Fattah Shahari

RM500 + Antabax Hamper + RM200 in spray paint
Emy Falizal Mohd Faidzul

RM500 + Antabax Hamper + RM200 in spray paint
Muhammad Afiq Azimi

RM500 + Antabax Hamper + RM200 in spray paint
Saiful Bahrin Bin Rashid
RM500 + Antabax Hamper + RM200 in spray paint