• Features,  Lifestyle

    Ladies, Check Your Health For Less!!

    Ladies, when it comes to our health, let us not take it for granted. Women look after everyone else but sometimes, they forget to look after themselves. In recent light of Angelina Jolie’s choice to remove her ovaries and fallopian tubes, it has brought awareness to ovarian cancer. It’s good that people are talking about it because the more we know about our health and health issues, the better it will be for us. There are several kinds of health screens that are specifically recommended for women and when it comes to health, preventive healthcare is the way to go. Our lifestyles are so busy and filled with non-stop activities.…

  • Lifestyle,  Travel

    How To Be The Happiest Traveller

    When it comes to travelling or going for that next long holiday, planning is everything. To be the happiest traveller, you’ll have to decide where you want to go and then, how long you want to go away for. Followed by planning all the other details pertaining to your trip. It may be fun to be spontaneous but believe us, when you’re in a foreign country, it isn’t always a good idea to leave things to chance and it can also be more stressful trying to find a place to stay at the last minute! So, we advise that if you’re going on a holiday, especially a long one,  plan…

  • Events,  Lifestyle

    Hinamatsuri At Tokyo Street Pavilion Kuala Lumpur!

    Pavilion Kuala Lumpur has just launched Hinamatsuri, aka the Japanese Doll Festival, at Tokyo Street, level 6. Hinamatsuri is traditionally celebrated to bless good fortune and health to Japanese girls and in Japan, Hinamatsuri is widely observed in many Japanese households. For the very first time, the festival has been brought to Kuala Lumpur, setting up home in Tokyo Street at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. The event will feature an exhibition of Japanese dolls, as well as performances and workshops for the shoppers. The Hinamatsuri celebration was just officiated by Ms. Kung Suan Ai, Director of Marketing for Pavilion Kuala Lumpur and Mr. Kazunobu Michijima, Director General of PROMIC, the music…

  • Features,  Lifestyle

    First Look: Spotlight Malaysia Opens At IPC Shopping Centre!

    Spotlight fans, you’ll be blown away with the brand spanking new flagship store at IPC Shopping Centre!! Spotlight first surfaced last July at Ampang Point and it was received with great reception, to say the least. It’s renowned for being the ultimate destination for all things Home Furnishings, Home Decor, Crafts and Hobbies, Fabrics, Cook and Bakeware, and of course for being a one-stop-shop for everything you need to make a party a success. Following the triumph of the first store opening, Spotlight continues its mission to inspire us with creative ideas and creating a unique shopping experience for one and all. The brand strives to bring us nothing short…

  • Events,  Lifestyle

    Lenny Kravitz Cancels F1 After Race Performance!

    After the cancelation of the FMFA15, sadly, another performance has been nixed – Lenny Kravitz. It has been confirmed by Kravitz’s management team that Lenny Kravitz will not be performing at the after-race concert for the 2015 Formula 1 PETRONAS Malaysia Grand Prix on 29th of March 2015. Kravitz stated the following in an official statement, “Unfortunately, due to contractual scheduling conflicts beyond my control I will not be able to come to Kuala Lumpur to perform. I have been looking forward to coming to play for my fans and I’m deeply sorry that my concert had to be cancelled. My ability to come play for you all is a…

  • Features,  Lifestyle

    International Women’s Day: Make It Happen

    This Sunday, the 8th of March is International Women’s Day. The origins of International Women’s Day wasn’t founded from a bed of roses. It was founded in the struggle of working women in New York City. On the 8th of March 1908, there was a protest of women garment workers and they went on strike for 13 long weeks during the winter. It was time of great struggle but, they persevered and more importantly, they won. Inspired by this struggle, the German socialist leader Clara Zetkin proposed at a 1910 gathering of socialist women that March 8 be celebrated as International Women’s Day, and that the fight to get women…

  • Features,  Lifestyle

    Chap Goh Mei: Chinese Valentine’s Day

    Finally, the Chinese New Year activities are coming to a close – not that we’re complaining but if Chinese New Year continued any longer, we would be needing a new wardrobe soon!  Today is Chap Goh Mei, which in Hokkien basically means the “15th night”, symbolising the end of the Chinese New Year. It’s another time of celebration where everything round is literally celebrated – with lanterns, glutinous rice balls aka tong yuen, a full moon and of course, mandarin oranges. Chap Goh Mei is also known as the Lantern Festival and some people celebrate in a grand manner, similar to how the first day of the Chinese New Year…

  • Features,  Lifestyle

    Best Music Festival Survival Guide For FMFA!

    The Future Music Festival Asia (FMFA) is just over a week away and if you’re heading down to Singapore for the festival, make sure you know how to survive the festival to ensure you’ll have a great time! BEFORE THE FESTIVAL Do you have your tickets? Naturally, the first thing you should do is to ensure that you’ve got your tickets and the right tickets for the days you’re attending the festival. The tickets went on sale 1st December last year but if you’ve not got your tickets yet, you can still purchase them here. If you happen to decide to go at the last minute and hope to score…

  • Lifestyle,  Travel

    Top 5 Snowy Ice Hotels From Around The World

    For those keen to have a winter get-a-way holiday or for those parents who want give their child the holiday of their dreams to experience what it can be like living in the kingdom of Arendelle, this could be it. If your child has been bugging you to take them on a holiday to see snow because of their slightly minor obsession with Frozen, these snowy holiday suggestions will be a dream come true for them and they can channel their inner Elsa till their hearts content. We live in a country where it’s all about rain or sunshine here and thus, we don’t get the four seasons of weather…

  • Career,  Lifestyle

    Career Comeback Programme: The Answer For Women Returning To Work!

    Did you take some time off work and want to get back on to the work wagon but having difficulty in doing so? There’s good news for women who have taken career breaks because a new government grant was just launched to encourage companies to employ women who have taken career breaks. This is a part of a nationwide plan to increase female participation in the workplace in Malaysia. The grant is an answer to may women who have taken some time off to deal with family issues to look after dependants or for other family commitments and returning back to work for these women hasn’t been an easy journey.…