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Monday, December 31, 2012

Cameron Highlands Resort - Room

I'll bring you to a 'tour',
In our room
Cameron Highlands Resort.......


Super comfy big bed........
For all of us......

Special privileges for being a baby....
One extra cot especially for me....
With my favourite toy:
I bring it everywhere I go..
:)

Big and cosy living room.......
It's big enough until....
We can even have our art time here...
Hop over to Little Artist's blog,
To see what art we'd made during our trip,
With limited resources,
Without any colours.....

Zoom Zoom Zoom in.....
Fruits compliment from the hotel......
Thank you,
Cameron Highlands Resort...

Only me......
Can bath in this special 'bath tub'!
So much privileges being a baby!~
:)
 Our Hotel's Balcony.....

And the view from our balcony.......

It's so cool......
Having a Boh tea Ummph time...
@ the balcony here......

Relaxing and enjoying........

Hop over to my jie jie's blog....
For more fun playing time!

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Water Fountain @ Alamanda

What I love most,
About Alamanda Putrajaya......

The water fountain......
And the little park,
Where kids can play around........

What we like most:
Dining @ Nando's....
Or coffee time @ Starbucks.........
While listening to the water sound~~~
Relax!~

Maybank School Holiday Fun Tour

 Maybank School Holiday Fun Tour,
@ Publika......
Colouring Contest in the morning,
And Singing Contest in the evening......
We didn't participate or see the contest running,
Since we were there during the off contest hours....

Still,
We enjoyed ourselves to the maximum....
With lots of activities:
Rock climbing.....

Basketball.......
Slam dunk!~
 Lots of video games......
But no Wreck-it Ralph here!!

 Playing golf.....
Special mascot appearance:
Boboi Boy!!!

Monday, December 24, 2012

Xmas @ Alamanda

Christmas decoration,
In Alamanda Putrajaya.....

With the theme of,
Gifts and presents.....
See.....
So many presents on the floor.....

What you wish to have from Santa,
For coming Christmas???

Merry Christmas everyone...

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Clap Hands

I am a very brave boy......
Though I can't really stand stably ,
But I never stop trying......

The moment I stand without support,
For a few seconds....
I'll give everyone the sweetest smile,
Sit down and clap my hands......
And want everyone,
To clap for my achievement..........


Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Xmas @ Publika

Performers singing nice Xmas songs...
Nearby the Christmas tree @ Publika....

 Love the hard card board Christmas tree!~
Simply artistic!~

Santa Clause is Coming to Town....

No presents under the christmas tree...

Meeting Of Characters

 Meeting of Characters 5 anniversary....
16 Street Artists....
Urban Culture Showcase...
16 Booths....
Graffiti Contest.....
Graffiti Artists @ Work....
Proudly saying,
My kor kor is one of them....
After he attended...
Nuffnang's Bloggers Graffiti 101 Workshop with Digi....


The stage @ Publika....
The booths @ Publika....

Indie Youth Fest.....

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Mystery Christmas Giveaway 2012!


Yvonne will giveaway:
3 Christmas boxes:
Each Christmas box,
Worth S$50 to S$100 or even more! 

Items in the Christmas boxes 
Consist of cosmetics/skin care/beauty/health supplements.

Hop over to her blog...
In the giveaway....

Christmas @ IPC

Listening to Christmas songs......
@ Ikano Power Centre....

 Christmas trees @ IPC....

 Windmill with little Xmas tree....

Countryside Farm theme....
Christmas decoration.....

Remind me of our animal fun land visit...
:)

Monday, December 17, 2012

Xmas @ Leisure Mall

Christmas decoration,
@ Cheras Leisure Mall......

 Snowy wishing tree......
 Wishing well......
 Santa and friends.....

Presents for charity....
@Toy Bank.......

List of the benefit charity house....

Animals giving presents!~

Merry Christmas!!!

Thursday, December 13, 2012

stand with support

i love standing up......
standing with support,
very stably.....

@8months plus,
mummy would love me,
to have more tummy time......
as it helps develop my fine motor skills...

yet.....
i feels so proud of myself,
when i am able to stand up.......
calling people to see me standing...
and give the adults my sweetest smile......

i strongly believe,
in short period...
i will be able to...
stand without support soon....

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Method Tub-N-Tile Wipes Review & Giveaway 2

Method Tub-N-Tile,
Flushable Cleaning Wipes.....
With 28 bathroom cleaning wipes...
Width and length: 17.7 x 25.4 cm (7x10 In)
Retail selling price: RM13.80.

It is non-toxic......
It is made with renewable fibers.....
It is too convenient that,
You can just clean and flush it away!~

Yes!
You heard me correctly....
You can flush the wipes away!~
It's safe for you,
Safe for the planet, too!~

When things get messy,
In the bathroom, makeup, toothpaste spills..
Keep this hardworking flushable wipes nearby...

A simple wipe and you'll see the magic in it....

After cleaning, 
Extremely clean and shining.....
Leaving eucalyptus mint smell on the surface.....
It smells like spa!~

What's so special about the wipes are....
You can just throw it away,
Or even flush it away~~~~
Easy steps to use:
Peel the sticker,
Pull out a wipe,
Reseal the sticker to keep remaining wipes moist.....
Wipe the surface,
Flush it away...
Breath easy.....

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Village Grocer (Full range)
BIG Supermarket (Full Range)
Cold Storage (Hand soup + Household Items only)
Tesco (Mutiara, Shah Alam, Puchong, Kajang, Ampang, Tanjung Penang) (Household Items Only)
Carrefour Midvalley (Household Items only)
Jaya Grocer (Hand soup + Household Items only)
Isetan KLCC (Hand soup + Household Items only)
ACE Hardware (Household Items only)

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2. As a token of appreciation, please 'like' Method Malaysia facebook.
3. Comment on this blog post:

    Name ONE of your favourite Method Product and tell me why.

Prizes:
Your favourite method product
+ 1 mystery method item
Will be deliver to your doorstep.....

Dateline: 31 December 2012

One winner will be selected....

To increase your chances in winning,
Hop over to the below links for....
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Method Hand Wash Review & Giveaway 3


Monday, December 10, 2012

Animals Fun Land

My very first adventure with animals.....
I called this place animals fun land...
Instead of rabbit fun land....
As I can also see a lot of other farm animals..
Besides rabbits~~~~~
Deers....
Mousedeers......
And I heard jie jie start singing song for me:
Doe, A deer, a female deer.....

 Light brown horse~~~~

 More horses...
People waiting for pony ride.....

If you're wondering...
Nope.. I didn't ride on the pony~~~
I only ride on my stroller, instead........

Want to know what cute monkeys did?
Check it out in my kor kor's blog....



Sunday, December 9, 2012

International Volunteer Day


KUALA LUMPUR, December 5th 2012 -- Volunteering and activism have enjoyed a great deal of attention in Malaysia but as Generation Me has turned into Generation We, do the numbers match the perception? 
In conjunction with International Volunteer Day, Dec 5th, Do Something Good is releasing the results on the first survey of the state of volunteering in Malaysia called Volunteering in Malaysia: The Big Picture.

Do Something Good found that the total number of volunteers in Malaysia is small in comparison to the population size. For every 1,000 Malaysians, there are 7 registered volunteers. While the total number of registered volunteers in Malaysia is projected at about 135,000, it makes up less than 1% of the 20.5 million Malaysians aged above 15.

“We are seeing a surge of interest in volunteering but there is still much more to be done to make volunteering mainstream in our culture,” said Zahirah Md Yusoff, Project Lead for Do Something Good.

Volunteering in Malaysia: The Big Picture studied 17 of Malaysia’s top volunteering organisations and several online volunteering platforms to build a view of the state of volunteering in Malaysia. The survey focused on unpaid volunteers working with registered non-religious and non-political organisations.

Another key concern that emerged in the survey was the engagement level of volunteers. While the survey included 30,215 registered volunteers, it found that slightly less than 30% (8,856) of volunteers were actively engaged in volunteering with their organisations.

While many supported volunteering -- either through Facebook likes or by being registered as a volunteer -- only a fraction took the time to volunteer. 

“Some might say this is a reflection of a culture of armchair activism, but I am more optimistic. I think the key point is creating volunteering opportunities that cater to people’s different levels of engagement,” says Kal Joffres, the technology developer behind Do Something Good. “Some might spend their Saturday feeding the needy at a soup kitchen. Others might volunteer their time building awareness using social media.”

However, the ability to manage volunteers at varying levels of engagement was reported as a major challenge for NGOs. Many resource-strapped NGOs found it difficult to involve people in their workflow without training them first and without people in their organisation dedicated to volunteer management. As a result, some organisations preferred to rely on a small group of dedicated volunteers rather than large, high-turnover groups of volunteers.

Do Something Good is an online volunteering platform that connects NGOs to volunteers. A community-driven initiative, it is also the official volunteering platform for Urbanscapes 2012, and is used by a number of Malaysia’s top volunteering organisations, such as Teach for Malaysia, Dignity For Children, and SPCA.
Expressing critical need for more work in building a culture of giving back, Youth & Sports Minister YB Dato’ Sri Ahmad Shabery notes, “Malaysia came in rather low in the World Giving Index where we are ranked 76th of 153 countries. Youths of our country would gain much from volunteering for the needy. We need a constantly evolving, interactive and engaging community-driven platform like DSG for the youth of our country to experience great volunteering opportunities and be more socially responsible. Who understands communities better than those who are on-the-ground themselves?”
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About ‘Do Something Good’ - (www.dosomething.gd)Do Something Good’ (DSG) is a community-driven online platform that helps people find local volunteering opportunities and gain points and badges for participating. Officiated in July 2012 by the Y.A.B. Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Najib Razak, in support of grassroots initiatives, organisations can now set up opportunities and manage registrations in an easy and real-time manner. DSG also have a tool that enables registering volunteers from their own web sites.