Join our Yoga Community to celebrate International Yoga Day - stunning views, sunset, DJ vibes, giveaways and YOU!
Book your mat to experience the sunset at Blank Space, Level 48, Platinum Park Skyviews, Platinum Park.
PURCHASE TWO TICKETS - THIRD ONE FREE! We will contact you to confirm your guest's names for registration.
RM50 (ÉPIQUE+ Members and Co-Labs Clients) and RM60 Regular Price. *ÉPIQUE+ Members and Co-Labs Clients - booking code (request at ÉPIQUE+ front desk or ÉPIQUE+ IG Epique+)
Ticket includes ONE Yoga Class
Goodie Bag: Co-labs Canvas bag, Notebook + Eco Pen and FREE Day passes. Kombucha from ChaCha Rawsome Chia Seed Pudding Reebok Drink Bottle and discount vouchers EPIQUE+ 7- Day Pass
Parking: RM 6 flat rate after 6 PM in Naza Tower Car Park. Outdoor carparking is also available behind Naza Tower - Lorong Kuda Parking.
Lockers, shower facilities and drinking water are available from ÉPIQUE+ (31st Floor)
BYOB (bring your own bottle) - Fill on the 31st floor.
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'NIGHT AND FOG'
ANN HUI; 2009, Hong Kong, 122 mins
Set in Tin Shui Wai, Hong Kong's de facto ghetto, the film is based on a murder case in 2004. It begins with the end and unravels how a man kills his family. In collaboration with Wayang@Budiman.
"One of the most critically acclaimed films of Ann Hui’s varied career." - HOME
Doors open at 7:30pm Film starts at 8pm
Venue : GMBB, Jalan Robertson, 50150 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Admission is FREE; no registration needed. Stay for a short chat after the film! 🎥
For inquires please contact 012 2255136.
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Saturday the 15th is World Knit in Public Day! To celebrate we'll be having special yarn deals, DIY Demos AND free project sheets. Visit your local Spotlight between 11am-2pm to take part in the fun!
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HOW TO REGISTER ご予約方法 Step 1: Register at www.eventbrite.com. (Ticket booking starts on 8 June 2019, 9:00 am ) ステップ1: こちらのリンクをクリックしてください: The Weekend Japanese Film Show (June 2019) Step 2: You will be redirected to the official Eventbrite page. Click on ‘REGISTER’. ステップ2: Eventbriteのページにジャンプします。「REGISTER」をクリックして下さい。 Step 3: Fill up the form and click on ‘COMPLETE REGISTRATION’. ステップ3: フォームに必要事項を記入し、「COMPLETE REGISTRATION」をクリックしてください。 Step 4: An e-ticket will be sent to you via email. Please bring this e-ticket with you on the day of the screening. You can print out the e-ticket or show the JFKL staff-on-duty the e-ticket on your phone. ステップ4: E-チケットがE-メールにて送付されます。上映会当日はこちらのチケットを印刷してお持ち下さい。印刷が不可能な場合は、受付係員にチケットが分かる状態の携帯電話などをご提示ください。 REGISTRATION TERMS & CONDITIONS ご予約に際して Each person is allowed to register up to TWO pax only (including yourself). お一人様2席までの予約とさせていただいております。 Each show is limited to the first 140 people who registered and have an e-ticket. 上映は各回共に、先着140名様までのご予約とさせていただき、ご予約の上チケットをご提示いただいた方のみご来場いただけます。 Those without an e-ticket will not be permitted entry. ご予約頂いていない方のご入場はお断りさせて頂きます。 REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE お問い合わせ Please send a message to info[at]jfkl.org.my or call us at 03 2284 6228. ご不明な点がおありの場合、また、ご自身でのご予約が困難な場合は、当センターまでE-メール firstname.lastname@example.org あるいは03-2284 6228（日本語可）までお電話にてお気軽にお問い合わせください。 Please proceed to the end of this page for the FAQ. The Weekend Japanese Film Show FAQs Q: I have a friend/relative who would like to come along. Should we register separately or can I register for him/her as well? A: You are allowed to book a ticket for a maximum of two people under your name. Both of you must be present with an e-ticket on the day of the screening in order to enter the auditorium. Q: How about if two or more people wanted to join me? A: They would have to register separately. Q:Do I need to have an Eventbrite account to register? A: No, you don’t have to. Just choose your desired session and fill up the registration form to obtain your e-ticket. Q: When is the last day to register? A: There is no deadline for registration. Registration will be open till the day of the screening or when all available e-tickets have been redeemed, whichever comes first. Q: I have registered and attended the previous screening. Do I still need to register for the next one? A: Yes, you must register for each new screening and bring along the relevant e-ticket. Q: What is the capacity of the hall? A: It can fit for up to 140 guests. Q: I registered but just found out that I cannot make it anymore. Can I transfer my ticket to a friend/relative? A: Yes, you may but you would need to first inform us via email or phone so that we can change the details in our system. Q: How about if I would like to cancel my registration? A: Please inform us via email or phone as well. Your e-ticket could go to someone else who may have missed out on a seat! Q: I’d like to attend the screening but the e-tickets have all ran out. What should I do? A: Please send us an email or give us a call. We will inform you if there are any cancellations one day before the screening.
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Bookings 1. Visit www.eventbrite.com 2. Search “The Weekend Japanese Film Show (June 2019)" 3. Click “REGISTER” 4. Insert no. of pax (max 2 pax per booking, LIMITED TO 1 BOOKING PER PERSON) 5. Click “CHECKOUT” and fill up your information 6. Click “COMPLETE REGISTRATION” and e-tickets will be sent to your email. Ticket registration starts on 8 June 2019 at 9:00 am. Please print your tickets or save it in your mobile and bring it to the registration counter during the screening day as proof of booking. For further inquiries, please write to email@example.com with the email title “The Weekend Japanese Film Show”.
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MIRAI （未来のミライ） (HOSODA Mamoru 細田 守 / 2018 / 98 min / P13) Voice actors: KAMISHIRAISHI Moka as Kun, KUROKI Haru as Mirai Original story and Screenplay: HOSODA Mamoru Music: TAKAGI Makatsu Synopsis This film tells a story of Kun, a spoiled 4 year-old boy who comes across a magical garden where he meets his future sister, Mirai who is now a young woman and has travelled back in time to see him. Their adventures together help Kun cope with learning how to life with a baby sibling and also what it means to be an older brother. Trivia Nominated at the US Academy Awards and Golden Globe Awards and won Best Animated Feature Film at the Annie Awards, Florida Film Critics Awards and Gold Derby Awards together with Animation of the Year at Japan Academy Awards. Screening Information Date: 15 June 2019 (Saturday) Time: 10:00 AM (Registration starts at 9:30 am) Venue: GSC Nu Sentral, Kuala Lumpur (Level 5, NU Sentral) Admission/Bookings: Admission is FREE. Booking is REQUIRED via Eventbrite (Please see details below) LIMITED to 2 pax under one (1) name ONLY. *Screening in Japanese with English subtitles.
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Get the chance to try the Z 6 & Z 7 with the new lenses Nikkor Z 14-30mm/4 S and Nikkor Z 24 - 70MM/2.8 S at Royal Chulan Penang on 16 June 2019. All brands user are welcome to join for free!
If you already have an Z 6 & Z 7, you can bring them in store as well for Eye - AF firmware update done on the spot by us.
*Pre-registration required. https://school.nikon.com.my/nikonschool/nikonschool_courses.php?mode=registration&eventid=3492&eventhash=8a663ab295
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Unleash your inner mixologist at our Bloody Mary Challenge this Father's Day! concoct your best version of the iconic Bloody Mary to win an exclusive gift from The Brasserie. With each St. Regis around the world having its own local spin, from the Aloha Mary in Hawaii to the Wasabi Mary in Japan, The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur is home to the Asam Boi Mary.
The city's most talked-about Sunday Jazz Brunch serves up a scrumptious menu curated by our award-winning culinary team. Dine on live-cooking stations, fresh seafood, signature hot dishes, homemade breads, cakes, pastries, ice cream and more.
Price MYR280.00+ per person MYR455.00+ per person with free-flowing alcohol
For a Delamotte brunch, purchase a bottle of Delamotte at MYR550.00+ and receive one on them.
To make a reservation, kindly email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +603 2727 6666.
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The Redmi K20 Pro is the latest flagship killer from Xiaomi.
This is also Xiaomi’s first smartphone to come with a pop-up selfie camera mechanism.
Here's what you should know about this latest model from Xiaomi.
Snapdragon 855 Processor
6.39" Full HD+ Amoled Display
6/8 GB RAM + 128/256 GB ROM
In Display Fingerprint Scanner
48MP + 13MP + 8MP Rear Camera
20MP Front Camera
It comes with 3 colours (Flame Red, Carbon Black, Glacier Blue)
The global launch event is taking place on 12th June 2019 which is coming very very soon. If you are looking for a new phone, you should look forward to this.
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The Mi Band is one of the world’s most popular fitness trackers and it has helped to propel Xiaomi as the #2 wearable brand according to IDC . After almost a year, Xiaomi is finally releasing the Mi Band 4 and it now comes with a colour display.
Like its predecessor, the Mi Band 4 will still come with a built-in heart-rate sensor and it is expected to retain the same 50-metre water resistance. The colour display appears to push a rather high resolution for a fitness band since it has enough space for notification icons and a battery level indicator on the top bar. In another teaser picture, the Mi Band 4 is capable of displaying QR codes which can be used for eWallet payments.
The event is scheduled to be held in China on the 11 June 2019 which is today. Do come back and check this post out for updates.
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At recent WWDC, Apple has announced that iPad will have their own OS, and will be named as iPadOS, iOS based.
The main thing you need to realise about iPadOS is that it's built on the same foundation as iOS - but it has unique, powerful capabilities best suited to the larger display of the iPad. It also includes almost all the features that will be available in iOS 13. We suspect iPadOS and iOS will get more distinct as time goes on, with the iPad receiving features that enable a computer experience.
Multitasking with apps
A feature called Slide Over allows you to drag an app from the dock and float it on your screen in spaces. Now, you can have multiple apps at once in Slide Over view, and you can scroll through these apps and switch between them in a new carousel interface. Split View now supports multiple windows from the same app, too, so you can do things like open two Safari windows and see them side by side.
New home screen
There's a new home screen on the iPad. With iPadOS, widgets now live on the side, next to all of your apps, and your favourite widgets can be pinned to the front page. The idea is that you can add the Today Widget from the left side of the screen onto the home screen itself, so you can get your at-a-glance info (like news headlines, weather, events) more seamlessly when your iPad is in landscape.
Plus, you can now have more apps on a single home screen, since Apple made icons smaller.
Sidecar with Catalina
Your iPad can now be used as a second display for your Mac, as long as it's running the upcoming MacOS Catalina update. Sidecar even allows you to use your iPad as a drawing tablet for your Mac. To complement this new feature, Apple has updated Apple Pencil so that it has less latency and new tools. For instance, you can now capture an entire webpage, document, or email and do a full-page markup.
Apple added some new text-editing gestures to iPadOS. For instance, you can pick up the cursor and drag it exactly where you want. You can also quickly select a chunk of text by dragging your finger over it. Meanwhile, a double tap selects a word, a triple tap selects a sentence, and a four taps selects a paragraph. Copying text happens with a three-finger pinch, and then you just un-pinch to paste.
To undo anything, just swipe left with three fingers.
Apple is updating its default keyboard with a new swiping function reminiscent of SwiftKey, Swype, Gboard, and others. Apple is calling this the “QuickPath” typing keyboard. It’s not a massively new feature, but it’s new to Apple, and also cool. Eventually, machine learning is supposed to recognise your path drawing patterns, too, and it'll be able to convert the words, helping you type even faster.
Apple said Safari for iPadOS will get about 30 new shortcuts, including these:
Use default font size in Reader (Command + 0)
Open link in background (Command + tap)
Toggle downloads (Command + Alt/Option)
Open link in new window (Command + Alt + tap)
Use selection for Find (Command + E)
Email this page (Command + I)
Open link in new tab (Command + Shift + tap)
Decrease Reader text size (Command + -)
Zoom in (Command + +)
Zoom out (Command + -)
Save webpage (Command + S)
Change focused element (Alt/Option + tab)
Focus Smart Search field (Command + Alt/Option + F)
Dismiss web view in app (Command + W)
Increase Reader text size (Command + +)
Download linked file (Alt + tap)
Add link to Reading List (Shift + tap)
Close other tabs (Command + Alt/Option + W)
Scroll around screen (arrow keys)
Paste without formatting (Command + Shift + Alt/Option + V)
New Private tab (Command + Shift + N)
Actual size (Command + 0)
Open search result (Command + Return)
Toggle bookmarks (Command + Alt/Option + 1)
Speaking of Safari, it's getting a massive update so it natively supports desktop browsing on the iPad. You'll no longer be forced to view mobile sites, which is a step in the right direction in terms of offering customers a computer-like experience. There will also be a Download Manager, so you can download media, documents, and ZIP files and access them in a new Downloads folder.
Not only is Files getting a new Downloads folder, but it will also now support shared folders through iCloud, so you can and anyone else can collaborate on a file and all your changes will be synced in real time. And if you use a work or home server for files, you can get access to them via Files now. Just connect to the server through Files, and then you'll have full access to everything you need.
This is technically a Files app update, but it's also perhaps the biggest iPadOS feature: Files can now connect to an external hard drive, SD card reader, and even a USB drive. You'll need the right accessory, naturally, but this means the iPad could finally, truly replace your computer.
The final major change in iPadOS is that you will be able to download and purchase fonts from the App Store and use them in your documents. This is wonderful for graphic designs who want to create more directly on their iPad without having to go back to their computer to use a font.
Is that it?
Nope! iPadOS has most of iOS 13's new features, too, including various performance updates, a system-wide Dark Mode, refreshed Photos and Maps apps, a new Find My app, Sign-in with Apple functionality, and more.
iPadOS: When can you try it?
The developer preview of iPadOS is now available to Apple Developer Program members, while a public beta program will be available later this month. It will fully launch this autumn for iPad Air 2 and later, all iPad Pro models, iPad fifth-generation and later, and iPad Mini 4 and later.
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Apple announced loads of new updates to its iPhone operating system at its World Wide Developer Conference. iOS 13 is different than before though, as it now only refers to the software for the iPhone – iPad software is now separated by Apple to a separate operating system called iPadOS.
For all things iPhone and iOS, here is what Apple announced.
When is iOS 13 available? You’ll be able to download the iOS beta soon, but for most people, you’ll be able to download it for free on compatible iPhones from September – the same time the new iPhones are announced.
Which iPhones are compatible with iOS 13? This is TBC – when Apple confirms, we will update this page. But our guess is the iPhone 6 and above, given the iPhone 5S could run iOS 12.
New iOS 13 features Apple announced a heck of a lot for iOS 13. Here, we’ve broken them down by headline feature or first party app.
Performance Craig Federighi, SVP of Software Engineering said on stage that iOS 13 will bring:
30% faster Face ID unlock 50% smaller app download sizes 60% smaller app update sizes 2x faster app launches
Take these numbers with a pinch of salt as they will be rounded, and the speed claims probably only true to brand new iPhone XS hardware, but all devices will benefit from some, if not all, if the claims are true.
The big show off from Apple is a system wide Dark Mode, something that is not ubiquitous on Android phones. Apple showed how it works across the operating system and throughout its first party apps – Messages, Photos, Mail – they all take in a dark theme to give a unified black look to your iPhone.
It’s a small thing, but it will make your phone feel like new for a while. And if you have an iPhone with an OLED display (iPhone X, XS or XS Max) it’ll actively save you battery life, as OLEDs work by lighting up pixels. Dark parts of display mean less energy used. Hooray!
Dark Mode won’t necessarily work with third party apps, and it’ll be up to developers to build in compatibility. You can be pretty sure that absolutely all the major players will do this, so fear not.
Keyboard Taking a page out of Android circa 2013, the Apple default keyboard now supports swipe typing. About time, too!
Safari Safari will get small updates to include quick options to change text size and adjust preferences for specific websites.
Music Real time lyric playback for supported tracks is now built into Music, whether you’re using Apple Music streaming or playing from your downloaded library.
Mail Apple’s email app now supports rich fonts. Which is nice.
Notes Notes will get a lot more useful in iOS 13 with a better interface and options. Where it has been feature-light it will get a great Gallery view and proper folder system with tagging to help you archive better.
The Reminders app has been rightly given some love. We’ve found its interface confusing and unhelpful, so Apple has given it a full overhaul with smart lists, a better layout and organisation options, plus people tagging which syncs with Messages for collaboration.
Maps Apple had a PR disaster when it launched its terrible v1 of Maps, so it’s good to see it seemingly get even better in iOS 13. Apple claimed its cars have driven four million miles to collect better road, terrain and building data.
You will also get things like favourites and collections to group routes and frequently used searches, while Lookaround is an Apple version of Google’s Street View.
Messages As well as getting a lick of dark paint with the rest of the Apple apps, Messages got an update to include something a bit more fun (or annoying, depending on your opinion) in Memoji and Animoji integration.
You can add your Memoji or Animoji to your contact card and see your contacts’ better in the app.
Memoji stickers will let you send Bitmoji-esque stickers of your face to anyone with Messages, but Apple says it will work with third party messaging apps like WhatsApp. It also said these stickers will work across all iOS devices with an A9 chip or later (iPhone 6s and above).
Camera A small update to portrait lighting will give more granular control to existing presets, while adding a new one to let you get better results, we hope – portrait lighting has not been great since its introduction on the iPhone 7 Plus.
The Photos app will let you easier edit your snaps within the app. As well as saturation, brightness and contrasts, Apple says it’ll be adding more to tweak your photos without having to use third party apps like Snapseed or VSCO.
A big woop went up in the keynote when Apple confirmed you’ll be able to rotate video, a problem you probably don’t realise you have quite often. You will also be able to apply filters and effects to videos in iOS for the first time.
You’ll also be able to view photos by year, month or day, all with better auto play and presentation to bring your photos to life within the app, as well as supposedly surface memories better.
Location Locations services will be more granular as they are in Android. You will be able to share location just once if you want, and the app will have to ask you for permission to share every time after – with the option to deny, of course.
It’ll also build in background tracking alerts and apparently apply better Wi-Fi and Bluetooth protections for location sharing, but Apple didn’t specify in the keynote how this works.
Login A great new feature is developers’ ability to build in a Sign in with Apple option into their apps, much like you can currently do to sign into services with Google or Facebook.
When built in, even if you are using a service for the first time, you’ll be able to confirm your ID with Face ID or Touch ID to sign in with a new account using just your Apple credentials.
The winning feature here is the option whether or not to share your email address with the app – you can select no, and Apple will create a unique random email address assigned to you to cover it. It’s positively privacy minded, and great news for you.
AirPods A couple of new features will come to AirPods if you upgrade to iOS 13. Siri will read you incoming messages and, with Announce Messages, let you reply without using any trigger words. This cool feature will be available for third party messaging apps too.
You’ll also be able to share audio between iOS 13 devices with a tap, playing audio to two pairs of AirPods.
Finally, iOS 13 on iPhone will let you HandOff audio to your HomePod and vice versa. This will work for all audio including phone calls.
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Penang has been listed as one of the best destinations to visit for the ultimate Asia experience by CNN Travel, along with 16 other destinations.
The American broadcaster listed Penang for its “diverse mix of cities, islands and entire countries to consider for adventures”.
CNN Travel said the island of Penang, off the western coast of Malaysia, was a mecca for food and architecture lovers.
It said George Town, the island's main city, made for an ideal home base, thanks to a dynamic cityscape that's punctuated by British colonial architecture, Buddhist temples and ornate Chinese manor houses.
“This seaside city is known as one of the world's top food destinations, serving up a delicious mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian cuisine.
“You'll crave dishes like Hokkien mee (prawn noodles), roti canai (an Indian-influenced flat bread dish with dal or curry) and Penang laksa for years after visiting,” it said.
The destinations on the list include Bali in Indonesia, Luang Prabang in Laos, Kyoto in Japan, Rajasthan in India, Hong Kong, The Great Wall and Xi'an in China, Maldives, Siem Reap in Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Yogyakarta in Indonesia, Chiang Rai in Thailand, Hanoi and Phu Quoc in Vietnam, Bhutan, Kathmandu in Nepal, El Nido in Philippines and Seoul in South Korea.
This is not the first time Penang, which is renowned as a food destination, has received recognition.
Earlier this year (March 2019), Penang was also chosen as one of the best places to travel to by CNN Travel, alongside popular tourist destinations such as Spain and Greece, as well as various cities in the United States.
George Town was also named by Forbes, an American business magazine, as the 10th best budget tourism destination for 2016.
The Los Angeles Times also listed it among 16 must-visit destinations in 2016.
Source : The Star
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Hari Raya is a joyous celebration and it is a special time for our Muslim friends to balik kampung and reunite with their family. If you’re lucky enough to be invited to a Hari Raya open house, you’ll find yourself indulging in delicious food like beef rendang, lemang and who would have forgotten the all-time favourites satay and ketupat!
Most of your (especially to all muslim friends) should be back in kampung, busy preparing ingredients, foods, drinks, cleaning up home etc. For those who have zero idea what need to be done, here's what you should do. This may apply especially for busy people who have zero time for preparation.
Bake or Buy Cookies
What’s more exciting than bonding with your friends and family over a plate of scrumptious cookies? Butter cookies, ‘biskut kacang’, and many other baked delicacies could bring people discussing about the flavours and wonders of these tasty treats. So make sure you get those cookies ready for your guests to enjoy.
Get Your House Cleaned
Besides uplifting the atmosphere in the house, cleaning also plays a part in keeping a dust-free and healthier home. Be sure to keep the compound cleaned, the grass mowed and the drains freed from shrubs.
Decorate Your House
Raya celebration will definitely be more joyous if the house is decorated and cleaned as it can lift up the guests’ spirit. Hence, you may want to consider getting your curtains replaced and shop for Raya knick knacks at the the nearest shopping mall.
Prepare ‘Duit Raya’
Every year, during the month of Ramadhan, you’ll notice how crowded banks can be as our Muslim friends would be lining up at the bank to withdraw stacks of clean, crisp Ringgit notes to slip into green packets and distribute to their family and friends. So get those packets ready and bring some smiles to your guests!
Fill Your Playlist With Hari Raya Songs
On top of the lists of activities above, how can we miss out some Raya songs to lift up the mood and spirit of those who are celebrating? Be sure to get your playlist ready with a great selection of Raya songs for everyone to savour each moment.
Keep your home checked from pests
But as we anticipate and prepare for this wonderful celebration, have you wondered that there could be some unruly and unwanted guests hiding in your home, possibly feasting on your Rendang and causing chaos to your guests? If you’re wondering what it is, it’s no other than a household’s greatest enemy – pests.
Common pests like cockroaches, ants and rats may be secretly hiding around your house and you wouldn’t want to give your guests any unnecessary surprises while everyone is feasting. These gnarly pests may seem familiar and harmless, but there is a potential risk for them to spread harmful diseases that could cost more than just discomfort to your loved ones.
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