The Photobooth: Give the Gift of Hope

I was being informed by my sis that there’s one photobooth event going on at tHe Spring shopping mall, which I might be interested. This is a program specifically designed to uplift the lives of the poor and needy through the teaching of photography skills. With every photo taken inclusive of frame at RM30 (RM10 without frame), all proceeds go towards improving lives of poor and needy under 1AZAM program by the Ministry of Welfare, Women and Family Development, Sarawak.

The photobooth is located opposite Starbucks Coffee, tHe Spring shopping mall.  Continue reading “The Photobooth: Give the Gift of Hope”

Celcom S.O.X. All-Stars Hoops 2011

There are really only two plays: Romeo and Juliet, and put the darn ball in the basket. — Abe Lemons. If this is you, then the S.O.X All-Stars hoops is just the right thing for you. What the hoop is going on here?

The S.O.X. ALL-STARS HOOPS is a 5-on-5 basketball tournament with teams from various schools in Malaysia competing for the title of champion. Filled with awesome skills and moves, the competition is a treat for basketball fans! And the entire event is fully sponsored by Celcom.

Last year’s All-Stars hoops event was a success. Here are some photos for the past event.

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A Visit to Sarawak Cultural Village

Sarawak Cultural Village main entrance

Sarawak Cultural Village (SCV) is a tourism spot that MUST NOT be missed if you happen to pay a visit to Kuching, Sarawak. It is an award-winning “living museum” that depicts different races that live in Sarawak, all in one spot. SCV is located about 30 to 45 minutes away from Kuching city.

The Sarawak Cultural Village and Heritage Centre – “The LIVING MUSEUM“.The various ethnic groups are shown in their respective traditional habitat where skilled craftsmen produce handicrafts and experts perform traditional activities and games just as their forefathers did before them.

Go through the heady colours and sounds of the diverse Cultures of Sarawak all at one stop, set on a 17-acre site, nestled on the foothill of the Legendary Gunung (Mount) Santubong with the South China Sea right infront.

Walk right in and let yourself go. And then walk away with a MOST PLEASANT AND UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE.

Today, I went to SCV with my boyfriend and really enjoy ourselves. Once you enter SCV, you can see a row of cravings which is very unique. Here is a view of the crafts:


So there is a lot of Rumah (house) which represent habitants of different races in Sarawak. Here is a signboard of telling the directions of each Rumah.


For more information, you can visit the SCV website. Further reviews about my tour to SCV will be revealed in my next post entry.