Date : 30 April 2011 (Saturday)
Start Time : 7pm
Venue : Mandai Area, Singapore
Distance and Registration Fees :
6km ( Pre-Reg $40 / Early Bird $45 / Normal $55)
12km ( Pre-Reg $50 / Early Bird $55 / Normal $65)
•Energizer Night Head-lamp & 1 set of Batteries
•Singapore Night Trail Newton Runner's Singlet (*)
•Schick Quattro Shaving Kit
•Reflective Arm Band
•Race Bib & Disposable Timing chip
•Men's Health Magazine
Closing date: 10 Apr 2011
This event will give participants a chance to explore the Golden Triangle area including other parts of the city about 15km to search for clues and answers related to the heritage and culture based questions.
The main objective of this event is to introduce and promote the heritage landmarks in Kuala Lumpur city center and at the same time to inculcate awareness in Malaysian citizens to appreciate the country’s heritage.
Date: 26 Feb 2011
Venue: Menara KL
Covered Distance: 15km
Team: 2 members per team
Registration Fees: Malaysian - RM50, Foreign - RM100
Closing: Reached 200 teams
After the LSD run, come and join in the CNY breakfast (from 8.30am) at Bukit Aman car park. Light food and drinks will be provided by the Club. You can bring along your new year cookies and cakes to share with the members & runners and have a jolly good time exchanging "ang pows" and updates.
It is a Family Friendly, Fun Walk Theme. The purpose of the fun walk is to raise support and awareness of the disadvantaged Malaysian youth through the NGO Shelter: Home for Children
There will be a carnival, entertainment, food and beverage after the walk. Entertainment will include activities for children and teenagers, and musical performances.
Date: 13 Mar 2011
Venue: Dataran Merdeka, KL
Registraion Fees: RM15, Registeration on event day - RM20
This is a fund raising explorace, aiming at excitement for the challenging games in the explorace other than money raising as donation to the Persatuan Penjagaan Anak-anak Terencat Akal, Saleng during our charity visit on the 26th right after the explorace. The organizer has designed various station oriented games featuring the aspects of mind and physical challenges as well as team work. On the other hand, for those who are int...erested in the charity visit, it's an excursion to a local institution of the people with special needs. We will have contact with them in proximity so that we, as university students, will be able to give them light of hope of getting better lives despite their defects. Maybe we can gain and learn something from them, because i believe that most of them will reflect perseverance in wading through the odds.
Date: 19 Feb 2011
Venue: UTM Skudai Campus, Johor
Registration Fees: RM30 per team, 5 members per team
Prizes: Hampers and certificate
KUALA LUMPUR: A bout of flu and cough did not prevent Kohilan Veeraragavan from winning the 26th Federal Territory Amateur Athletic Association (FTAAA) Cross-Country at Padang Merbok yesterday.
Kohilan stopped the clock at 34.35s to win the men's junior event. The Seremban lad joined several other runners from his home State Negeri Sembilan as they dominated the men's open and men's junior category.
"I felt sick in the morning. I started to cough and had flu when I woke up," said Kohilan. "The thought of not competing did cross my mind. I thought I would not have been able to give my best but my dad told me to just give it a try.
"It was only after completing my pre-run warm up that I felt better."
In the men's open category, Jenathanan Pannerselvam, from Port Dickson, finished first with a time of 38.22s, followed by former national long distance runner Arul Thever Muniandy (40.01s).
Arul's younger brother, Murali@Arasu Muniandy finished third. In the women's open category, policewoman Noor Amelia Musa came out tops followed by Sheela Samivellu and Goh Li Thing, while the junior category saw Intan Shafinal Rohimi finish first with Nurul Nadira Zaim and Rina Fadhlin Syahmina Abas in second and third respectively.
Date: 27 Mar 2011
Time : 8:00am
Venue : Lake Kenyir, Terengganu
Distance : 1.5km swim, 40km bike, 10km run
Registration Fees: RM80 - Individual, RM200 - Team Relay
Medal: Finisher medal
* Junior Boys 15 - 19 years
* Men 20 - 29 years
* Men 30 - 39 years
* Men 40 - 49 years
* Men 50 years & above
* Women 20 - 34 years
* Women 35 years & above
* Men Relay
* Mixed Relay
Closing date: 18 Mar 2011
Details and online registration here
Date: 6 Mar 2011
Venue: Dewan Gerakan Masyarakat Perda Teluk Kumbar, Penang
Distance: 8km, 6km and 2km
Registration Fees: RM12 for senior and veteran, RM7 for junior
Medal: Finisher medal
Trophy: Top 3
Closing date: 19 Feb 2011
Date: 6 Mar 2011
Venue: Tanjung Emas, Muar Johor
Category: Men and Women open (44 and below), Men and Women veteran (45 and above)
Registration Fees: Students and IPT - RM10, Others - RM20
Medal: Top 20 for each category
Prizes: In kind for top 3
Closing date: 3 Mar 2011 or 1000 runners
Contact: Mr. Tan 012-683 7889
It's easy and straight forward, just walk into the Mesra Kedai at Petaling Jaya.
Look for this sign, you will not miss it.
Yes, it 'Lift your senses'
There are four types of flavour,
1. Marvellous - Mangosteen
2. Luscious - Lychee
3. Delightful - Orange
4. Magnificent - Melon
The fridge is full of SHERBETs!!!
As many as you want
But only managed to find 3 flavours, can't find LYCHEE!
Must be everybody favourite
The staff likes Sherbet too, so he wanted to take a picture with it.
This is my favourite, MARVELLOUS MANGOSTEEN!
How does it look like? Be patient ....
Patient la... is coming....
TENG, TENG, TENG, TENG......
The surface covered with a layer of crystal ice.
It's looks coooooool. Like a piece of art.
Purple Rings look like spining Gasing
So how to eat it? With hand?
Of course not, it comes with a spoon,
hiding behind the cover
Have to eat it in artistic way too.
Start from the middle, follow the purple rings
Slow and steady, to avoid messing up the master piece
Slowly dig in as though as looking for treasure.
Without realising, the Sherbet is disappearing fast...
So, how does it taste?
Only one word 'SPEECHLESS'!
You need to taste it yourselves to feel the 'Yumminess'
A dessert that you definitely deserve after a long hard working day
Only one mouth left, will keep for....
my pet, Coffee! She likes it very much.
Anymore? She asked...
Hmmm, I want some more
Meow.... Are you listening to me?
I want some more...
Usually after swimming,
(I'm coming! Don't finish my Sherbet....)
and cycling, then mum only allow me to have my favourite ice-cream,
as I need to control my weight
Now with Sherbet which is without the heaviness of a full-dairy ice cream,
I can have it any time I like without feeling guilty.
I still feel as fit as usual.
What should I do with the empty container
to avoid it being dump into recycle bin?
To house a fish?
Definately not, it is too small!
But it is perfect to house a plant.
To light up and green up my room!
A Magnolia Sherbet A Day, Keeps Me Happy and Healthy In Many Ways!