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8 Eye Catching Christmas Decorated Shopping Malls You May Want to Visit

It's festive season and school holiday! Let's add some excitements to elevate the joy factor when you visit these 8 eye catching Christmas decorated shopping malls. Sunway Putra Mall Sunway Putra Mall invites you to get into old-fashioned Christmas spirit this year. With décor showcasing 19 th century red brick houses, Victorian-inspired décor and a horse carriage, getting into the charming festive mood there is easy. In its programme and festivities, revellers will be treated to enigmatic and soulful/ lively Victorian carollers, story-telling sessions as well as the sharing of Christmas wish lists with good ol’jolly Santa Claus. There’s also Kids Arts and Crafts workshop. The other best thing is, you’ll get free shoe polish service by The New Era Cobbler! And even a Victorian lady walkabout spreading festive cheer at the weekends and on public holidays. The Curve This festive season, The Curve brings you a noble celebration themed Princess Anas

Wonderful Christmastime @ Sunway Pyramid

If you're looking for variety this Christmas, then Sunway Pyramid is the answer! From a Star Wars-inspired Christmas to a Mattel Christmas Roadshow, there is something of interest to everyone. The highlight however, is the sparkling display of modern Christmas trees, decorated with twinkling fairy lights, cheerful baubles and a majestic tree topper. Also, you will be chanted by holly jolly carolers with Santa lending an ear to your Christmas wish list on weekends! The best part is when the time comes for some Christmas shopping, you can drop your little ones off for one day of excitement at the fanciest play land in town at The Parenthood Playland. Then head out to the 900 specialty shops throughout the mall offering fashion and sports, lifestyle as well beauty, together with a wide range of gadgets, toys and a limitless plethora of holiday deals and seasonal offerings. And if you wanna enjoy a festive dinner with your loved ones, you can head on over to the new S

Todays Cinema - Underworld: Blood Wars

This is the fifth and latest, installment in the popular Underworld film franchise. Unfortunately, this is also a convoluted mess that lacks a decent story as as a good director. Even the fight scenes, which the previous installments were known for, are now too long drawn out and tiresome. Following up from the mediocre from fourth movie, Underworld: Awakening, vampire death dealer Selene (Kate Beckinsale) struggles emotionally as she tries to come to terms with the fact that she may never see her daughter, Eve, or her ex-lover, Michaael, again.  Also, she hints aat being prepared to die after walking the Earth for 1000 years. Nevertheless, she first has to contend with a stronger and more unified group of Lycans, now led by the fireband Marius (Tobias Menzies) Marius desperately wants to find  Eve as he believes the child's blood (she is a vampire-Lycan hybrid) is the key to making the Lycans stronger. There is also a power play within the vampire coven, with th

Todays Cinema - Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them

Fantastic of the Harry Potter book series (and movies) will recall that Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newt Scamander is a book given by Albus Dumbledore to Harry, and when Rowling published it, fans discovered it was essentially a book discovered it was essentially a book given by Albus Dumbledore to Harry, and when Rowling published it, fans discovered it was essentially a book describing various magical creatures. The movie is about the fictional author of the book, 'magizoologist' Newt (played brilliantly by Redmayne). The story begins with Newt arriving New York with a faulty briefcase that houses some mysterious creatures.  One escapes and during the process to capture it, he encounters Jacob (Fogler) who hopes to get a bank loan to open his own bakery. Jacobs ends up exposed to the world of magic thanks of Newt.  Their antics are observed by Tina (Waterston), who was demoted from her position as security officer at the Magical Congres

A Girl's Guide to High Heels

Did you know that 25% of your bones are located in your foot? and women are four times more likely to experience foot problems than men? Shopping for your first proper walking shoes should be done be you. It's crucial for you to figure out which shoes work best for you.  There are many aspects for you to consider when it comes to purchase high heels,, from design to comfort as well as size! Sometimes, beauty does not have to be painful. It's all coming from you. So, without further ado, let's see the tips below: 1. Make sure it fits perfectly. Yes maybe it's the most common tip but the key is that your shoes should fit the size of your feet. This is because every walking step you take exerts pressure up to three times your body weight on your feet. 2. Your feet should feel supported and balanced when you have on your heels. Stiletto is ideal for you because it balances your weight evenly from heel to the toe. But please, avoid stiletto heels that don

The Parkson Fashion Spotlight 2016 @ Pavilion KL

Recently, Parkson presented the Parkson Fashion Spotlight 2016 at the Pavilion Pitstop Fashion Report 2016. The fashion show made its debut at the annual fashion show case in conjunction with the Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix. During the highly amazing show, the audience was treated to a fascinating plethora of collection from nine brands that are distributed exclusively specially by Parkson.  The brands that involved were French Connection, Trucco, The Class, Daphne, Pepe Jeans, SPAO, MIXXO, WHO.A.U and Shoopen. The selected collections from the brands combined to make the fashion show a meticulously joyful one as it possesses everything that one can think of from stylish exquisite pieces and comfortable casual wear to bags and accessories. The amazing thing is the songstress of DE'FAM performed at the Pavilion Pitstop Fashion Report 2016 too and absolutely put on a good show! So, what are you waiting for guys? French Connection Trucco, The

Deepavali around the world

Deepavali or also known as Diwali is a crucial Hindu festival celebrated during the month of Kartika (October-November). It is a five-day festival celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Jains all over the world. The actual day of Diwali is traditionally celebrated on the festival’s third day, which this year falls on October 29, Saturday.  Deepa means “light” while Avali means “row”. According to Chandra (2001), Deepavali is the celebration of the victorious return of Lord Rama together with his consort, Sita to the kingdom of Ayodhya, after the elimination Ravana, King of Ceylon or Sri Lanka in the 15 th century BC where the main theme is the triumph of light over darkness as well as good over evil. During the celebration, people light rows of small candles or oil lamps along balconies and windows to welcome Lord Rama and Sita home. The glow of lights, whether vilakku (oil lamps fashioned out clay), or colourful electric bulbs, brighten up the house of both rich and poo