Do you read or heard about the attempted kidnap and rape story that happened at The Curve, Mutiara Damansara last Sunday? It’s really sad to hear and the security is no longer safe around us and please becareful and be alert whenever you are alone and not letting any chance of being victimized.
You can take on paper spray with you and get ready your key when going to car park to get your car and not searching for your car key only when you reach your car! Once get in your car, drive away immediately and not start to pack your stuff at the car boot or rear seat by giving chance to anyone taking advantage of you.
Always remember that anything could happen to you when you are alone! Remember 9 years ago, Canny Ong case @ BSC, Bangsar Shopping Complex? There’s a lot cases happening but some might not be reported. Here’s the full story.
Marketeer fights off abductors
PETALING JAYA: An Internet marketeer had a close shave with a couple of would-be rapists when she was abducted from the car park of The Curve shopping mall here.
However, the feisty Chin Xin-Ci put up a fight and jumped out of the moving car just as it was exiting the car park.
Recounting the harrowing experience on her Facebook account, she wrote that she was loading her shopping bags onto the backseat of her boyfriend’s car when the incident took place at about 5.20pm on Sunday.
She was on her own that day.
“Suddenly, the rear car door was slammed against my back and a meat cleaver was pressed against my throat,” she wrote.
“A man covered my mouth with his hand and whispered to me not to scream. He then shoved me onto the floor of the backseat and waved the cleaver at me, ordering me not to scream.”
According to her posting, which has gone viral on Twitter and Facebook, a second man appeared and took her car keys while demanding for the parking ticket.
“I told them they could take everything, just to let me go. But at that point they didn’t even ask for money. Instead, one of the men started to make sexual advances.
“Then it hit me: ‘Oh my God. Oh my God. This is really happening. I’m being kidnapped and I think I know what they want’,” she wrote.
Waiting for a chance to make her escape, she said she was aware that the car would slow down as it moved out from the car park.
She managed to open the door but one of the suspects pulled her back in.
However, she put up a fight with the two suspects before making a run for it.
The ordeal – from the moment she left the parking ticket payment machine to her escape – took just about four minutes “but it felt like a long nightmare”, she wrote.
She also tweeted that she was fortunate to just have some scratches and bruises although she lost almost all her belongings, including her cellphone.
Meanwhile, The Curve centre manager Jazmi Kamarudin said they would cooperate with the police as well as offer support to Chin.
“We have also provided our CCTV footage to assist the police with their investigation.
“As this is an ongoing investigation, we are unable to share any details.
“We sincerely regret that this incident took place despite our numerous safety efforts,” Jazmi said in a statement yesterday.
Police confirmed that a report had been lodged and that the case had been classified as robbery.
Other Twitter users also expressed their concern about the incident.
As I sit here writing this, I am just so grateful to be alive.
To think that 30 hours ago I had a knife to my throat, face to face with the threat of being kidnapped and raped.
It was a Sunday, at 5.22PM. I was alone, walking towards my boyfriend’s car in level B2 of The Curve, Mutiara Damansara. He was not in town, and I was running errands with his car. Just as I was putting my shopping bags in the rear seat, the rear car door was slammed against my back, and a meat cleaver was pressed against my throat. A man covered my mouth with his hand, and whispered not to scream. He then shoved me onto the floor of the backseat of the car and waved the cleaver at me, reminding me not to scream. He was skinny, wearing a baggy turqoise blue t-shirt, had a thick moustache and short curly hair, approx 5’8″, mid-30s, and of Indian descent.
At this moment, second man appeared. He was also in his mid-30s. He was wearing a red t-shirt, had a crewcut, and was of Malay descent. He grabbed my car keys and demanded for my parking ticket. I couldn’t remember where it was. They shoved me deeper into the car, and the Indian man got into the back seat with me, while the Malay man got into the driver’s seat, driving us out of the carpark.
I told them they could take everything, just let me go. But at that point they didn’t even ask for money. Instead, the Indian man started to make sexual advances. Then it hit me. “Oh my God. Oh my God. This is really happening. I’m being kidnapped.. and I think I know what they want.”
From this moment on, there were a few crucial things that happened that I think is the reason I’m alive today.
1. I managed to get into a position to escape
When they got into the car, the Indian man had tried to force my body down onto the floor. I knew that the moment I’m on the floor, there would be no chance of escape. So I begged him to let me sit up. I promised him I wouldn’t scream or alert anyone’s attention. Thankfully, he trusted me, and let me sit up, gripping my arm tightly. Then I told him my arm really hurt and to please not grip it so hard. He loosened his grip.
2. I did not fight for the sake of fighting
I was in an enclosed space, with no clear escape route. I would never win in a fight with these 2 guys, especially when they have sharp weapons. Had I fought from the get go, I may not have been in a position to escape. I might’ve even been knocked out cold, and God only knows where I would be right now.
3. I was lucky and sneaky
I knew that the only way to escape, was to jump out of the car, even if it was moving. They had locked the car doors. So I leaned back, pretended to scratch my hair, and shakily unlocked the door I was leaning against. I’m so lucky they did not see or hear this!
4. I went ‘crazy’ at the right time
And then I waited. I knew that the car would have to slow down outside the parking lot, as it exits to merge with the main roads. The moment it slowed down, I opened the car door and tried to make a run for it. I failed. I kicked my legs out of the car, but the Indian man had managed to pull my body back in. From this moment on, everything is a blur. I remember the Malay driver temporarily stopping the car, leaning over from the driver’s seat and attempting to close the door and pull my legs in. At that point I remember thinking, “Even if I don’t get out now, I need to keep the door open and my legs out the door. At the very least, it should cause a scene, and someone would see me. Or, the door might hit another car and they’ll be forced to slow down.” So I continued kicking. My right foot pushed against the wide-open car door to keep it open. I recall elbowing, struggling, kicking, and even biting. I lost my glasses, and was struggling blindly for my life. At some point the Malay driver yelled, “BAGI DIA LEPAS! BAGI DIA LEPAS!” (Let her go! Let her go!) and the Indian man loosened his grip. I made a jump out of the still-moving car, and ran for my life.
5. I acted in spite of the fear
My friends said I was brave. But I didn’t feel like it. I was quivering and shaking in fear. I was so afraid. I thought I was going to die. I was weak with fear and deathly afraid. I truly thought “this was it”. But I knew I HAD to move. I had to run. Or there would be a worser fate in store for me. While I was quaking in fear, I forced myself to look around and see if there was any way I could escape, or even catch someone’s eye.
6. I remembered the people I love
The only thing that matters when you’re faced with potentially horrendous fate, is the people in your life. When I felt the knife to my neck, the first thing I thought was , “This cannot be happening. I must be dreaming.” The second? The people that truly matter to me flashed across my mind. It sounds cliche, but it’s true. I thought of my parents. My brother. Khailee. Esther. More people. That’s all I could think of for a few moments, before I thought, “Shit. I need to get out of here.”
I ran towards the Maybank outlet at the Curve. There were plenty of people milling around. I screamed for help over and over again. I was hysterical. I grabbed an older Malay man by his shoulders and begged for help before practically collapsing at his feet.
I will always remember the relief and liberation I felt, running over Mutiara Damansara’s manicured grass and into the crowd.
Today, I found out that the entire ordeal from the moment I left the parking ticket payment machine, to my escape, happened in about 4 minutes. To me, it felt like one long nightmare.
We never think its going to happen to us… and then it does. I used to think that this is something that happens only in the papers and to people far, far removed from me. But then it did happen to me. I moved to PJ/KL 6 years ago, and I’ve spent countless mornings, afternoons and nights at The Curve. When my friends and I were organizing Rock Up! back in 2008, we were walking around the place at 4AM even. It’s been 6 years, and never once did I feel that I was unsafe at The Curve. Until yesterday.
I feel like moving out of the country ASAP. Getting the hell out of this state where you hear of a kidnapping or attempted one every month (remember Nayati?), or a snatch theft every week. And yet I’m fully aware of the fact that in another country with more lax firearm laws, they would’ve been holding a gun to my head, not a cleaver. And that would’ve been so, so much worse.
I’m Blessed. By God’s grace, I am alive and relatively well. And I will live another day to build another cat iPhone app. It just was not my time to go. And for that, I thank God.
I want to share this story with everyone because cops tell me that they rarely get to hear it from someone who escapes.
Girls, be so very careful. Be vigilant, and please try not to go anywhere alone. If you need to walk to the carpark, and you’re alone, get a guard to go with you. I was recently told that it’s part of their job description to assist anyone if needed.
Guys, watch out for your girlfriends, wives, mothers, sisters and friends. Walk with them, don’t take their paranoia or fear lightly. Watch out for them.
And everyone, just watch out for each other. Take care of each other. These things really DO happen. As I ran out of the car, so many people came to help me. Strangers who didn’t know who I was, came forward and offered me tissue paper, water, cellphones, and general comfort.
Malaysians, please care for one another. You already do. Just keep on caring. Keep watching out for each other. Don’t worry about being thought of as “busy body” or “overreacting”. The world can be a cruel place, but all it takes is for people to care for one another to make all the difference.
Woohoo! I’m so excited and I believe there’s more people out there more excited than me on this new Samsung Galaxy SIII (S3). It’s the ultimate “smart” phone that knows what you need even before you do!
The Samsung Galaxy S III comes with a 1.4GHz quad core Exynos 4 processor, 1GB of RAM and 4.8″ HD Super AMOLED display. It has a 8MP camera what’s capable of shooting 20 photos in burst mode and able to record HD videos at 1080p.
Some of the exciting new features that worth to metion:
- Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich gives you superb power and performance.
- An 8-megapixel camera that lets you capture life’s moments.
- See it all in the wide 4.8” HD Super AMOLED display.
- Store all your pictures, music and videos with up to 64GB via microSD.
Do you want to get 1 in your hand now? I can’t wait myself to own one too!
Celcom will be unleashing the all-new Samsung GALAXY S III at 3 locations from 31 May to 3 June 2012!
If you come dressed in BLUE, you will get to spin the wheel for a chance to grab the Samsung GALAXY S III at a crazy low price of RM888 and walk away with other freebies!
Come on over to one of the location below that near you to enjoy unbelievable deals!
1) South Court Mid Valley Megamall KL
2) North Court, AEON Station 18 Ipoh
3)Sutera Mall Johor Bahru
There will be loads of action going on so you certainly don’t want to miss it. Remember to come dressed in blue for the Samsung Galaxy S III advantage!
With Celcom you can get this one-of-a-kind phone from as low as RM1,398. That’s a lot of savings!
It is offered with a shorter choice of 12 months and 18 months contract with Celcom Exec 50 with 1GB data, 3GB data and Celcom Exec 250 which comes with 5GB of data.
Arghhh Datuk Lee Chong Wei can’t fight for Malaysia @ Thomas Cup due to ankle injury
I hope Datuk Lee Chong Wei can recover from his injury and able to fight till the end for the upcoming 2012 London Olympic and fight against Lin Dan and re-affirm his World No. 1 Status! You can do it! Hope you will recover soon enough for the upcoming 2012 London Olympic! Whole Malaysians are giving you the moral support!
KUALA LUMPUR: World No. 1 Lee Chong Wei is back home, promising to bounce back stronger after his injury setback.
Yesterday, Chong Wei was still raw with emotion and continued to shed tears over the torn tendon in his right ankle, which has put his long-cherished dream of Olympic glory in jeopardy.
When Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) president Datuk Seri Nadzmi Mohd Salleh told him not to lose heart despite the enforced layoff which will shorten his preparations for the London Games, tears rolled down Chong Wei’s cheek.
His sole focus over the last four years has been on winning the elusive gold at the Olympics.
When he regained his composure, Chong Wei said he would emerge stronger from this painful experience.
Painful experience: Chong Wei looking at an X-ray image of his torn tendon.
“It’s still quite painful,” said Chong Wei, pointing to his strapped ankle while seated in a wheelchair.
“I’m really sad that I couldn’t help the team against Denmark,” he said.
Malaysia lost 2-3 after Chong Wei limped off in the first singles.
“One has to be mentally stronger when experiencing an injury like this. I know that I will have to come out of this stronger mentally as I may lose several weeks of training,” he said.
On the gravity of his injury, Chong Wei said: “I will be meeting Dr Ramlan Aziz (director-general of the National Sports Insitute) and he will look at it again.”
Chong Wei will have another Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) screening soon.
The first MRI at a hospital in Wuhan on Tuesday showed a tendon tear that would take three to four weeks to heal.
Coach Tey Seu Bock has already laid out a plan to get Chong Wei back on his feet before the London Games.
“We will wait for Dr Ramlan’s assessment on Chong Wei’s condition. We will give him enough rest. We will start training once he can walk without putting any pressure on his injured ankle,” he said.
“We will begin with upper body exercises, but rather than focusing too much on his physical condition, I will pay more attention to reviving his confidence.
“It isn’t easy for an athlete to be back quickly after such an injury. It takes a strong mind and heart. I hope to have a good six weeks with Chong Wei before the Olympics. I think that will be enough to bring him back as a strong contender at the Games.
“I’m confident that Chong Wei’s dedication and determination will see him through,” he added.
The Olympic badminton competition will begin on July 28.
Chong Wei out for three to four weeks after ankle injury
WORLD No. 1 Lee Chong Wei’s Olympic dream suffered a severe blow when he tore a tendon on his ankle during a Thomas Cup Group C tie against Denmark at the Wuhan Sports Gymnasium Centre yesterday.
The pain was excruciating and the shuttler wept unabashedly.
But it was the “pain” of not being able to help his Thomas Cup team-mates – and the possibility of not being at his best for the Olympics – that proved even more intolerable.
The 29-year-old is now expected to be out for three to four weeks, thus affecting his preparations for the London Games, which will be held from July 27-Aug 12.
Woe in Wuhan: Chong Wei grimacing in pain as a tournament medical officer attends to his injured ankle during Malaysia’s Thomas Cup Group C tie against Denmark at the Wuhan Sports Centre yesterday.
Chong Wei, the Beijing Olympics silver medallist, is seen as the strongest rival for defending champion Lin Dan of China.
In the group tie of the Finals, Chong Wei began as the heavy favourite against veteran Peter-Gade Christensen in the first singles event.
But, just four minutes into the game, Chong Wei screamed in pain after landing awkwardly while retrieving a shot at the baseline. The Malaysian clutched his right ankle and grimaced in pain.
The medical team rushed to help, after quite some time, but it was in vain. Chong Wei later got up, limped over towards Christensen, shook hands with the Dane and called it quits.
About an hour later, Chong Wei was later taken to a hospital, accompanied by coach Tey Seu Bock.
The injured Chong Wei being wheeled out and later taken to hospital.
A Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) was done and it confirmed that Chong Wei has suffered a tear on his tendon.
“The doctor said that it would take three to four weeks for the injury to heal. We are making arrangements to send Chong Wei home,” said Seu Bock.
“We will conduct another MRI back home and get a second opinion on the seriousness of his injury.”
Seu Bock, however, was glad that the injury is not as bad as the one suffered by former international Wong Choong Hann at the 2006 Thomas Cup Finals.
Choong Hann was then the team skipper when he ruptured his Achilles heel during the second singles match against Park Sung-hwan in a quarter-final tie against South Korea. The injury ruled Choong Hann out for six months.
“When I saw Chong Wei on the floor, I immediately thought about Choong Hann. I was there when Choong Hann got hurt. The first thing I checked was to see whether Chong Wei could move his toes. I was relieved when he could,” he said.
Then, Malaysia went on to beat South Korea to reach the semi-finals.
But yesterday, Chong Wei’s defeat saw Malaysia losing 2-3 to Denmark.
Horror show: Koo Kien Keat covers his face after making a mistake as Goh V Shem looks on during their second doubles match against Denmark’s Jonas Rasmussen-Joachim Fisher.
Seu Bock said that Chong Wei was very sad and down-hearted and kept asking why it had happened to him during his short stay at the hospital.
“He felt bad that he could not contribute a point for the team. He was also worried about the Olympic Games and wondered why it had happened so close to the Games. He is emotionally down,” he said.
“All he needs right now is some good rest and a time to recover from this setback. We still have time before the Olympic Games and we can help him to regain his confidence.”
Thomas Cup Results – Malaysia vs Denmark
Group A: China bt Indonesia 5-0
Group B: Japan bt Russia 5-0
Group C: Denmark bt Malaysia 3-2 (Peter-Gade Christensen bt Lee Chong Wei 1-2 rtd; Carsten Mogensen-Mathias Boe bt Tan Boon Heong-Hoon Thien How 21-17, 21-23, 21-11; Jan O Jorgensen lost to Liew Daren 15-21, 13-21; Jonas Rasmussen-Joachim Fischer Nielsen bt Koo Kien Keat-Goh V Shem 21-18, 21-15; Hans-Kristian Vittinghus bt Mohd Hafiz Hashim 21-17, 17-21, 19-21).
Hmm do you love gadgets? Yes, I do and I always look out for new and latest model launching / release and great deals + promotions. Isn’t it good idea if you able to get all this in one place plus there’s other entertainment outlets all in a place that is easily accessible?
Yes, you now can find it all in a place that’s PIKOM ICT Mall CapSquare! The mall aspires to be your one stop haven with latest, most innovative, and widest range of genuine and competitively priced IT and electronic gadgets.
Yes! PIKOM ICT Mall CapSquare is officially launching next week! There are tons of greats deals that you would not want to miss!
The launch of PIKOM ICT Mall CapSquare will also incorporate a “Hall of Fame” which will showcase how technology has created an impact on our daily lives.
PIKOM ICT Mall CapSquare is part of the integrated CapSquare development by BRDB in mid town Kuala Lumpur. The mall aspires to be a one-stop haven with the latest, most innovative, and widest range of genuine and competitively priced IT products and electronic gadgets.
The National ICT Association of Malaysia (PIKOM) initiated the PIKOM ICT Mall CapSquare where retail space is exclusive to its members. This is the first time in PIKOM’s 25-year history that the association is initiating an ICT Mall. It is a major milestone for the association and the mall is part of its on-going initiatives to help spur the country’s ICT retail industry.
In June 2011, PIKOM entered into a partnership with BRDB to lease the mall’s space to its members for nine years.
With an extensive range and perfect blend of retail, restaurants and a cinema, there is something for every taste and interest. The mall also offers well-run facilities of vigilant security and vast number of CCTVs, over 2,000 car park bays, and easy access to the Putra LRT, STAR LRT, Monorail and KTM Commuter.
A total of 135,320 sq ft of retail space has been allocated in the four-storey building. There are altogether 102 kiosks featuring a complete range of ICT products like tablet PCs, notebooks, PC products and peripherals, broadband products, media players, GPS product and Internet TV players.
Some of the premier brands to look out for are Challenger (largest IT mega store in Malaysia), Canon, iStudy by Apple, Lenovo (latest concept and flagship store in Malaysia), Sennheiser (biggest concept store in Asia), Celcom Blue Cube (latest concept store in Malaysia), Epson (1st concept store in Malaysia), TomTom (1st concept store in Asia), i-Xperience (1st concept store for Imation, TDK and Memorex worldwide).
Also within reach are telecommunication retailers are such as Celcom, DiGi, Maxis, U-Mobile, plus an array of F&B outlets such as Secret Recipe, Modesto’s, Starbucks Coffee, Subway and Café Magpie. Other outlets are TGV Cinemas and Clark Hatch Fitness Centre.
A grand launch will be held on the 26th and 27th of May 2012 at the mall, with an array of fun activities and games organised for the young and whole family from 11am onwards. The highlight of the carnival will be the spectacular outdoor sci-fi movie festival where movies like Avatar, Transformers and Monsters Inc will be projected on the mall’s centre’s façade from 8pm onwards on 25th and 26th May 2012.
During the day, the crowd will be entertained by artistes Anuar Zain, canto-pop group ManHanD, Instant Café Theatre and Upin & Ipin. There will be games and prizes to be won throughout the day, hosted by emcee Joey G. Early Bird shoppers will get a surprise doorgift of a set of Sennheiser earphones each, limited to first 100 shoppers per day.
The centre’s authorized Apple reseller, iStudy, will be handing out RM1 deals of accessories, and Acer will be giving RM200 rebates for old computer trade-ins. Visit www.capsquare.com.my for details.
You may win yourself an iPad too!
PIKOM ICT Mall CapSquare Grand Launch
Programme 26th May 2012 (Saturday)
11.00am Emcee Games (by Joey G)
12.30pm Emcee Games (by Joey G)
1.00pm Emcee Games (Guess the movie)
1.30pm Emcee Games (Angry Birds)
1.45pm Character Walkabout
2.00pm Emcee Games (by Joey G)
4.00pm Online Treasure Hunt
4.15pm Character Walkabout
4.45pm Performance by ManHand
5.00pm Online Treasure Hunt – winner announcement
5.30pm Emcee Games (by Joey G)
6.15pm Character Walkabout
7.30pm Upin & Ipin appearance
8.00pm Outdoor Sci‐Fi Movie Carnival: Monsters Inc
10.00pm Outdoor Sci‐Fi Movie Carnival: Iron Man 1
12.00am Outdoor Sci‐Fi Movie Carnival: Avatar
27th May 2012 (Sunday)
11.00am Emcee Games (by Joey G)
12.00pm Upin & Ipin appearance
12.30pm Emcee Games (by Joey G)
1.00pm Emcee Games (Guess the movie)
1.30pm Emcee Games (Angry Birds)
1.45pm Character Walkabout
2.00pm Emcee Games (Guess the movie)
2.30pm Instant Café Theater Stand‐up Comedy
3.00pm Facebook Fans’ Lucky Draw
3.15pm Emcee Games (by Joey G)
3.30pm iBand Performance
3.45pm Spend Minmum Draw
4.00pm Online Treasure Hunt
4.15pm Character Walkabout
4.30pm Performance by Anuar Zain
5.00pm Online Treasure Hunt – winner announcement
5.30pm Emcee Games (Guess the movie)
5.45pm Upin & Ipin appearance
6.15pm Character walkabout
Hmm… I have seen this freak accident been sharing in Facebook and it’s like the Ferrari lost control? The other Taxi with the video was really luck to avoid the freak accident! Drive safe people and be more alert while driving.
A rare Ferrari 599 GTO, where only 599 units of such specimen is available worldwide was caught in a horrible accident involving a taxi and a motorcycle in Singapore. The aftermath of the crash has resulted in the deaths of three persons at the wee hours of last Saturday, taking place at the junction of Rochor Road and Victoria Street at 4.15 am. Reports are saying that the spot is known for being an accident-prone area.
The driver of the fastest road-legal Ferrari, a 31-year-old Chinese businessman was already killed when the paramedics reached him. 52-year-old taxi driver Cheng Teck Hock, also a father of three school-going children and his 20-year-old Japanese passenger meanwhile succumbed to their injuries and died later on at the hospital. The motorcyclist and the Ferrari’s passenger however were lucky enough to survive the crash.
Although police are still in the process of investigating the accident, a camera mounted in another taxi caught the footage of the accident, and almost got caught in it by a hair’s breadth. In the footage, it clearly shows that the Ferrari was travelling in high speeds and ran over a red light, hitting the taxi and barely misses the one recording it.
The force of the crash was so violent that it had totally turned the left side of the taxi and the Ferrari’s front side into an unrecognizable wreck. Debris of both the cars and the motorcycle were scattered all over the road, along with what it seems like an engine, most probably from the Ferrari.
There’s actually a few procedure to get good number but the cheap way or the backdoor way!
Tips on how to get your own Car Registration Plate Number
1) Don’t need to get any runner to settle the number for you but DO-IT-YOURSELF (DIY)!
2) Select at least 10 combinations of numbers that you are looking for because if you just have 1 number of your choice it would be most probably not available and you need to waste your time to choose again.
3) Check on the bidding board that those number are not in the bidding list so you will have your higher chances of getting the number you want!
4) Wear formal wear or smart casual but no shorts (wore short and they will not entertain you) and head to the “pengarah office” (find your way there and the office is right behind) tell them you want this number and they will be able to check for you. Let’s say the current the running letter is WWT, you could actually start placing your order for WWU as long as those numbers are not in the biddding list.
5) Alternative you could buy those older number that was in the bidding list but the owner didn’t take the number you have chances to get those nice number with cheaper price too!
Celcom always has the best deals and rewards. With great success in the recent I LOVE TABLET FAIR 2012 in April, it’s back again at GoMobile 2012 with even more to offer!
Get ready for attractive offers on the latest tablets, special rebates and a lucky draw! Customers can enjoy rebates of up to RM120 on smartphones and tablets, plus get 5% OFF their monthly bill when they sign up with auto-billing.
Venue : GoMobile2012 @ KL Convention Centre, Hall 1 & 2 (Booth 91)
Date : 11 – 13 May 2012
Time : 11.00am – 9.00pm
Enjoy these latest tablets on sale at the I LOVE TABLET FAIR 2012!
That’s not all, look out for these exciting smartphone deals at the I LOVE TABLET FAIR 2012.
What’s more, if you sign up for Celcom Broadband at the fair, you’ll get:
- Up to RM120 rebate (10 x 12 months) on Celcom Broadband plans.
- FREE volume quota for 6 months
Download & activate FREE Musicube App on any Android or iPhone for unlimited music downloads at GoMobile 2012, you can enjoy:
- The chance to win a shopping spree of up to RM1,500 and shop along with Pixie Lott at Ted Baker (KL) on 27 May 2012!
- You could also win 40 pairs of passes to the Pixie Lott showcase in KL (26 May)
- And even get the chance to win awesome Beats audio headphones!
I LOVE TABLET FAIR 2012 is coming to a location near you soon.
Don’t miss out!
Gurney Plaza, Penang Thu, 17th – Sun, 20th May 12 One Borneo, Kota Kinabalu Fri, 8th – Sun, 10th Jun 12 Spring Mall, Kuching Fri, 22nd – Sun, 24th Jun 12 KSL City Mall, Johor Bahru Fri, 29th Jun – Sun, 1st Jul 12
Congratulation to Andy Lau 劉德華! Andy Lau is now a father of a dragon girl! 劉德華龍女爸爸了！
The highly anticipated birth of Andy Lau’s (刘德华) daughter finally arrived! Andy’s wife, Carol Chu (朱丽倩), allegedly gave birth to a 6-pound baby girl at Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital! TVB actress, Carol Cheng (鄭裕玲), announced the good news that Andy became a father on May 9th on her program!
The Weibo online community was flooded with celebrities and fans congratulating Andy. Jordan Chan (陈小春) even uploaded a photo of a baby girl, who was strongly suspected to be Andy’s beautiful “Little Dragon Girl”!
DATE: 11 MAY 2012
SOURCE: MING PAO
ANDY IN HIGH ALERT TO PREVENT LITTLE DRAGON GIRL FROM BEING PHOTOGRAPHED
GRANDPA’S SMILE AS SWEET AS LOTUS PASTE
Even though media was earlier than Andy to announce the arrival of Little Dragon Girl on May 9, & many artistes have continuously sent him congratulatory messages, Andy is yet to announce it formally to all, this really makes everyone anxious, how come Andy is not willing to share the good news?
Accordingly, Andy is thinking if he should be open with the picture of his daughter, to share it with his fans, but he has to respect the wish of his wife. He is thus waiting till everything is more settled before he made the announcement.
Yesterday his parents as usual went for morning tea, they wore big smiles on their faces, as sweet as lotus paste, indeed the sweetness is deep down to the heart!
The media all gathered at the hosp as soon as the news was out, but there was no sight of Andy or his relatives/friends, esp his 5 Tigers buddies. It seems that his friends understand his character, know that he is going all out to protect his wife & daughter, they will not send congratulations early.
Accordingly, Carol Chu stays in the private maternity ward on the 8th floor, there are bodyguards on 24 hour duty, this is to prevent the baby from being photographed.
These 2 days Andy is too busy taking care of the mother & baby, though he stresses ‘family matter to be told in the family’, to share with his fans whom he takes as his family members, but until today there is no any movement.
Though the fans are anxious, they understand Boss is busy, they have to wait patiently. Some fans think that Andy may even wait till AWC 24th anniversary on June 9 for him to share the good news, if he were to announce when the baby is one month old, everyone will be waiting till their necks are long!
ANTHONY WONG WAITING FOR ANDY TO ANNOUNCE THE GOOD NEWS
On the news that his good friend Andy has a 6 lb baby girl, Anthony indicated that he does not know, he is waiting for Andy to inform him, he will not actively ask, said,
“This is secretive, there is no need for me to divulge, the media knows more than me. ”
Will he pay a visit to the baby? He answered, “I don’t even know, how to pay a visit? If he wants to let me know I will know, if he inform me, of course I will congratulate him.”
CHIU CHUNG YU CONGRATULATES ANDY WHO FINALLY MEETS LITTLE DRAGON MAIDEN
Chiu Chung Yu congratulate Andy for being a father, said,
“Yang Guo has waited for 50 years to finally met his Little Dragon Maiden, indeed romantic & serious, very touching.”
CHERIE CHUNG CONGRATULATES ANDY
DAUGHTER WILL BE VERY DOTTY TO DADDY
Cherie Chung admitted she just got to know Andy baby girl was born the day before, said,
“Really wan to congratulate him, very happy, girl will be very dotty to daddy, he will be very happy!”
At the age of 50, Andy has become a father! His 46 year-old wife Carol Chu has given birth to Small Dragon Girl, after checking to a hospital 2 nights ago. The newborn was rumored to be 6 over pounds. Both mother & child are healthy. iAndy who becomes a father is elated & very excited, he takes full care of his wife $ daughter, & has tight security to prevent the exposure of his precious girl & unnecessary disturbance.
When news broke out yesterday afternoon, a large group of media rushed to Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital ( one of the famous p rivate hosp in HK) . Andy was however not spotted at all. Until late last night before stop press he is yet to confirm the good news. Fans & friends in the circle have all left congratulatory words, all feel happy for Andy on becoming a father!
Andy’s wish of becoming a father came true last year, his wife Carol Chu was successfully pregnant after artificial insemination. On Nov 28 last year after being conferred Best Actor at Golden Horse, he announced the good news. Andy who loves his wife dearly gives his wife full day attention, he employed body guards to accompany her around, buy luxurious house & car, stopped work in total recently, it was also rumored that he donated 10 million to build a temple, for blessings of his wife & baby.
News have it that 2 nights ago he accompanied his wife to be admitted to the hospital, & he was in the delivery suit to witness to precious moment of arrival. The baby weighs 6 over lbs, Andy was very busy in the delivery suit taking care of his wife & new born, probably because of this he has no time to leave words in his official website to inform his fans about the good news. Also, if the news was leaked out too fast, it may mess up his plan to release the news when after his wife is discharged from the hospital.
To prevent his wife & BB from being photographed, he has security guards to keep guard 24 hours outside the suit & BB’s room, m aking sure they are not disturbed at all.
Recently Andy has release a new song dedicated to her daughter to the broadcast stations, A Whole Life of Love, to convey his love for his daughter, the lyrics : ‘Love is all around’ is after all limited in time span, (I) would shortened (my) whole life of brilliance, to have you in my heart, my pace will slow down for you, my whole life of love to you is not less & not more. ‘
It was said Carol Cheng announced news of Andy becoming a father yesterday in her radio programme, but she denied.
Friends in the circle left congratulatory words in their blogs, Ada Choi exclaimed, ‘Too good ! Idol has given birth to a girl, best wishes to the family, the baby girl be healthy, wife has speedy recovery!”
Minica Chan, Patrick Tam & others had also congratulated Andy online.
See the women shouting “Diamlah bodoh!” (shutup stupid!) to the baby?!
Another women just asking to stop but not preventing her from continuing abusing the baby? Just shouting “Jangan buat macam tu. Kau nak bunuh dia ke!?” (Don’t do that. You want to kill the baby!?)
There’s so much reaction against this video and it’s been share all over the world and so much response against this child abuse video clip! Crazy women right!
【 Ibu dalam video dera sudah dipenjara 】
Menurut kenyataan PDRM melalui laman Facebooknya kira-kira jam 5 petang tadi, kes berkenaan dilaporkan ke Ibu Pejabat Polis (IPD) Petaling Jaya pada 29 Mei 2011 dan tangkapan sudah dibuat pada hari yang sama ke atas pelaku yang juga ibu kandung kepada bayi perempuan yang didera itu.
Katanya, wanita berusia dalam lingkungan 20-an berkenaan sedang menjalani hukuman penjara 18 bulan bermula tarikh tangkapan di bawah Seksyen 31 (1) Akta Kanak-kanak 2001.
【Mother in jail already flogging video】
Police said in a statement through his Facebook site at about 5 pm today, the cases reported to the police headquarters (IPD) Petaling Jaya on May 29, 2011, and arrests have been made on the same day of the perpetrators are also the biological mother of the abused woman’s baby. He said the old woman within the 20-year-prison sentence of 18 months from the date of arrest under Section 31 (1) Children Act 2001
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