Showing posts from March, 2013

The World’s First University Fashion Label Launching - Limkokwing Fashion Club

Limkokwing Fashion Club is a brand new fashion label by Limkokwing University of Creative Techonology. This brand is the first label by university in the world and launched  in a vast event on 30th March 2013 at Red Zone, Publika, Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur. 
The event was attended by the inaugural Chancellor of Limkokwing University, DYMM Sultanah Pahang Sultanah Hajjah Kalsom DK, the founder and president of the university;Tan Sri Dato' Sri Lim Kok Wing, Dato' Tiffanee Marie Lim as the person behind the Limkokwing Fashion Club label, Yang Amat Mulia Tengku Puteri Seri Lela Wangsa Pahang, Tengku Tan Sri Hajah Meriam Bt Sultan Ahmad Shah Al-Musta'in Billah and her husband, Dato Seri Mohd Taufik Ozeir and other VIPs. 
Below is the fashion show video of the "Limkokwing Fashion Club" catwalk during the event. All models are the student of the university and its proved that the beauty always come with brain.  

This label at the moment available to grab at Limkokwing …

What is Gwiyomi?

Our youngsters used to be crazed with Oppa Gangnam Style, before the Harlem Shake conquered the world with its crazy move. Now, the Gwiyomi cute move has started to flood most of our Facebook walls or news feed. Some might hate it, and many others love it. 

Click here for the Gwiyomi below:
What is Gwiyomi?All of us know that 1+1= 2. But if you ask the same question to Korean, they might answer it with "Gwiyomi". What is Gwiyomi? Well, you cannot find any Gwiyomi word in Korean Language dictionary because the original word is 귀염둥이(pronounce as Gwi-yum-doong-i). Then, it was stolen as a Korean internet slang as Gwiyomi and it sound cuter which referred to "a cute one"
Recently, we always see our friends are sharing or posting about their Gwiyomi video with Gwiyomi song as the background music. But, if you still have no idea about Gwiyomi act is, see those clips below: 

Besides on youtube and facebook, you can search for massive numbers of Gwiyomi on socialcam and also i…

Perfume Pagoda: The Quite Oasis Outside Hanoi

Its a conflict! Some called it Perfume Pagoda and some others called it Perfume Temple. In Vietnamese, they called it Chua Huong and this a very large Buddhism pagoda complex with shrine structures in Huong Tich mountainous area. This pagoda is also a popular religious festival site which had attracted a huge number of pilgrims from all over Vietnam yearly. The main of this Perfume Pagoda is located in Huong Son commune of My Duc District, Hanoi or formelly Hay Tay province. The centre of this Perfume Pagoda is Chua Trong (The Inner Pagoda) which is located in the Huong Tich Cave. 

The HistroyThis pagoda was the firstly built as a small structure in 15th century during  the reign of Le Thanh Tong. According to the legend, a monk who was meditating at this area had discovered this site over 2000 years ago. The stele in the temple now, the building terrace, the stone step and the shrine of Kim Dung was dated on year 1686, during the reign of Le Hy Tong which was the same years of Chua Tr…

The Famous Assam Laksa & Ai Gaik of Weld Quay, Penang

If you are wandering around Weld Quay to visit the historical clan jetties and in the same time, your stomach craving for a tasty Penang's food. The Assam Laksa stall which is located in front of Tan Jetty or specifically at the junction of Gat Lebuh Acheh and Pengkalan Weld (Weld Quay). Besides, you also can refresh yourself with a bowl of cool and refreshing Ai Gaik at the stall next to the Assam Laksa stall. What is Ai Gaik? Read further below.
We start our preview with the Assam Laksa. With price on RM4.00 per bowl, you will enjoy a very tasty Assam Laksa which is not spicy, not too sweet with perfect sourish of the assam taste. I was here with a friend who was born and grew up at Lim's Jetty which is located just 500 meter from this Assam Laksa stall. He told me that, when he still a kid, the price for this Assam Laksa is just RM0.50 with a lot of mint leave and a lot of fishes. To flash back his memory, he always asked for RM0.50 from his mom and will run across the stres…

Italian Dining at Neroteca, Kuala Lumpur

It was my bestie's 35th bithday and I was thinking about a place for chillaxing, good food and good wine. After became a regular customer to the other two outlets, Nerovivo and Nerofico, this is my very first time for have dinner at Neroteca which is located at ground floor of Sommerset Seri Bukit Ceylon Residence Kuala Lumpur. 
As we arrived, my friend Alex who are also the restaurant's manager greeted me and escort me and my friend to our table. The restaurant is quite full for Friday evening with Italian music played to create the mood for the in house guest. 

Overall, we are happy with our dinner and feel great to gather with some old friends here.We totally feel like home with friendly and attentive services staffs here. Will definitely come again for more food and of course my favorite wine. 
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Ground Floor, TheSomerset, 8 Lorong Ceylon, 50250 Kuala Lumpur. Tel: +603-2070 0530 Fax: +603-2070 2530 Email: i…

Walking & Snapping Trip in Putrajaya, Malaysia

Putrajaya is the federal administrative centre of Malaysia. Since its open to public on 1999, this well-planned intelligent city had drew a lot of visitors to fascinate the beauty of mix Islamic, Palladian & Neoclassicism architecture and the green landscape around this township. 

My last walking trip with a travel mate was very "brain boiling". But, the 35°C of weather didn't stop our plan to explore and snap photos for sharing with our Microscopasia readers. 
With Putrajaya map in hand, we took a bus from KL city by RapidKL to Putrajaya Sentral and changed to Bus L04 to Seri Wawasan Bridge in Precinct 2, Putrajaya (RM1.00)
From Seri Wawasan Bridge, we turn to the left side of Persiaran Perdana heading to Perdana Putra Complex, the Prime Minister office. Your walk will pass go through the Putra Bridge which will connect you to the iconic Putra Mosque and the PM's office which is located opposite to Putra Square. You also can find Putrajaya Information Centre at the…

Weekend Escape: Putrajaya Shuttle Tour

Have you ever think of making a big round in Putrajaya? My last visit to this federal administrative centre of Malaysia was truly spectacular. Even the weather is extremely boiling my head at 35 degree celcius, me and my travel mate still very excited walking around this planned township and snapped a lot of stunning photos here.
But, if you not a "walking person", talking a shuttle tour is your another option. 
Day: Saturday & Sunday Only
Tour Schedule: Morning session: 11.30amAfternoon session: 3.00pmTicket: RM1.00/person/trip
Tour ProgrammeRegistration at i-centre Putra Square/Putrajaya Central Pick up at Putrajaya Central at 11.00am/2.30pm Pick up at Putra Square at 11.30am/3.00pm
Note: You may take ERL from KL Sentral in Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya Central before continue with the "Putrajaya Tour"
Route will include: Putra SquarePutra MosquePrime Minister Office (Perdana Putra Complex)Prime Minister Residence (Seri Perdana Complex)Botanical Garden via Seri Perdana Bri…

Malaysia Event Calendar, April 2013

Malaysia 10th International Halal Showcase (MIHAS 2013)3rd - 6th April 2013 | KL Convention Centre

Perfect Livin' 20134th - 7th April 2013 | PWTC

3rd Indian Wedding Fair 5th - 7th April 2013 | MVEC

5th Maternity & Children Expo5th - 7th April 2013 | KL Convention Centre

The Star Health Fair12th - 14th April 2013 | KL Convention Centre

PIKOM PC Fair 201312th - 14th April 2013 | KL Convention Centre

CPA Australia Career Expo 201313th April 2013 | KL Convention Centre

Penang International Science Fair 201313th - 14th April 2013 | Straits Quay Convention Centre, Penang

Malaysia International Jewellery Festival (MIJ 2013)19th - 22nd April 2013 | KL Convention Centre

Malaysia's 100 Graduate Career Fair 201320th - 21th April 2013 | KL Convention Centre