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GUARDIAN HEALTHY BEAUTY AWARDS 2020 | Exciting Annual Event To Vote For Your Trusted Best Brands And Win Prizes!


Guardian Malaysia, the  leading  pharmacy, health and beauty retailer today rolled out its Guardian Healthy Beauty Awards 2020, giving its three million and more, customers the opportunity to vote for their favourite  brands and win prizes up to RM50,000 in prizes.


The voting for the annual brand appreciation contest starts on 2 September 2020 and end on 30 September 2020.


Known previously as Guardian’s Most Voted Brands Awards, it has been renamed Healthy Beauty Awards.



Anna Ng, Retail Marketing Director, Guardian Health And Beauty, Malaysia and Singapore said: “This search for the top brands as voted by Guardian’s customers aims to give our customers a voice in selecting the best healthy beauty products in the industry  that is on offer at all Guardian stores.  So I urge all our customers to come make your voice and your choice heard. 



“At Guardian, our customers always come first and this unique true customer voting platform is even more relevant today as Guardian is driven to connect, engage strongly with and understand our customers’ lifestyle needs, preferences and behaviour that are constantly changing and evolving.”


“I believe Guardian Malaysia’s Healthy Beauty Awards 2020 are among the most prestigious and definitive in the market today taking into consideration the depth and breadth of the products, brands and categories involved.” 


“In addition, the votes taken as a whole, will give an unbiased snapshot of brands that have reached and impacted our customers the most.  


The brands will gain an important deeper understanding of the customers’ brand preferences with more than 70 winners in 6 main award categories, namely, ‘Best Newcomer’, ‘Most Voted Influencers Choice’, ‘Cosmetics’, Skin Care’, ‘Personal Care’ and ‘Health Care’,” Anna said.


Reflecting the digital lifestyle of a majority of today’s consumers, the voting process will be conducted entirely in digital format. This means, all voting will be done online.



“And for this year’s voting, there is no purchase required to enter the contest.  All they need to do is to register at www.hba2020.guardian.com.my via their social media platform or register manually and start voting. There is also no limit to the number of entries that they can submit,” Anna said.


After voting, each voter will earn a RM10 e-voucher which they can redeem at the Guardian Online Store with a minimum spend of RM100 in a single receipt during the period of this contest.


And all customers who vote also stand a chance to win one of 186 prizes and Guardian vouchers totalling up to RM50,000  including a Grand Prize of ONE Osim uDivine V Massage Chair and RM 250 worth of Guardian Cash Vouchers.


The contest is open to everyone aged 18 and above. The winner will be selected based on the entry which most closely resembles the overall Guardian Healthy Beauty Awards 2020 winners list.


For more information and full terms and conditions of Guardian’s Healthy Beauty Awards 2020 and the voting, please visit http://www.hba2020.guardian.com.my/


So start voting and be in the running for fantastic prizes this September 2020!


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Jacob’s Original Cream Crackers Rallies Malaysians To Get High Pole Lion Dance Recognised As A UNESCO Heritage This Chinese New Year 2020 !



In celebration of original Malaysian traditions, this Lunar New Year, The Original Cream Crackers (Jacob’s), a biscuit brand under Mondelēz International (Malaysia) is shining the spotlight on the High Pole Lion Dance, a Muar-born tradition. 


In a bid to get this original Malaysian tradition recognised by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) as an Intangible Cultural Heritage, Jacob’s is rallying Malaysians to sign a petition (http://bit.ly/36zyDDI).


Pioneered by the Kun Seng Keng (KSK) Lion and Dragon Dance Association, the High Pole Lion Dance was founded in Muar, Johor more than 20 years ago. Since then, this unique performance which symbolizes good luck and fortune has spread across the globe. To date, troupes from Malaysia have won over 100 World Lion Dance Championships while setting international benchmarks. 


“In 2017, KSK initiated a bid to get it listed as a UNESCO heritage. Despite the effort and support they received, this variation of the Lion Dance has yet to attain the recognition it deserves. Jacob’s is moved by the story and we have decided to join forces with KSK to revive the attempt to enlist High Pole Lion Dance as a UNESCO heritage. Having this local invention recognised by UNESCO ensures that we can preserve this unique tradition and pass it on to future generations. With that, we are now inviting each and every Malaysian to join us in making our High Pole Lion Dance known to the world,” said Eugenia Goh, Brand Manager, Biscuits (Fuel), at Mondelēz International (Malaysia). 


In addition to providing consumers with the right snack, for the right moment, made the right way, Mondelēz International through its biscuit brands has been showing its support for various initiatives. Last August, Jacob’s embarked on ‘The Originals’ campaign which saw the kick-off for its Original Malaysians initiative that highlighted inspiring Malaysian personalities who are legends in their own fields. Today, its celebration of Original Malaysian Traditions is significant in getting the High Pole Lion Dance internationally recognised.

To date, three original Malaysian traditions namely Mak Yong theatre, Silat and Dondang Sayang have been recognised by UNESCO as an ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage’. The recognition received are deemed meaningful as it safeguards Malaysia’s heritage while promoting its national identity.


Tang Puay Sen, KSK Troupe Leader & Coach said “The Muar-born High Pole Lion Dance was founded in 1988. We started off as a small lion dance troupe and in 1992, we awed audiences around the globe when we incorporated high poles into the dance, poles that increased in height over time. It is also humbling to know that the standards for international competitions these days were pioneered by our Malaysian troupes. To make our UNESCO dream a reality, we need Malaysians to join hands in hopes of obtaining as many signatures as possible for this petition. Having the support of the mass will certainly strengthen and support our application to UNESCO. It is time this awe-inspiring Malaysian tradition gets the international recognition it deserves.”


With the precise incorporation of music, choreography, and ancient wisdom among others, this exceptionally elegant and highly skilled craft often comprises of a multi-cultural dance troupe, a true reflection of what makes us proud to be Malaysians. 

Among the first few Malaysians who have signed this petition are employees of Mondelēz International (Malaysia) and its partners. 


In conjunction with this initiative, Jacob’s has produced two limited edition festive tins featuring the ‘High Pole Lion Dance’ and, the '24-Festive Drums’. Each tin retails at RM14.40.

Mouse mommy also support and signed this petition! Lets’ make our UNESCO dream happen and become reality – High Pole Lion Dance! ( http://bit.ly/36zyDDI )  



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KOKOYOYO A+mune | Cognitive Booster and Immune Guard For Kids



Raising a smarter and healthier kids is all parents’ wishes. Recently, MR always feel tired in the school while studying. Mouse mommy is worried and looking for solution to overcome this problem.


Nowadays, students are required to learn multitasking, as in many subjects that need to study, digest, think and understand, especially High Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) learning syllabus that required students to brain-storming and twist mind to problem solving.


Kids required brain power to memorize spelling and learn all subjects’ knowledges. 

They will tend to get tired and exhausted easily. Mouse mommy is happy to get to know KOKOYOYO A+mune able to help students to stay in focused and healthy


It is a mixed berry juice powder drink specially formulated with 2 key ingredients that is memophenol (Polyphenols from Grape and Wild Blueberries Extract) and Wellmune (Baker’s Yeast Beta-Glucan). To get KOKOYOYO A+mune from Shine.


Just tear off a stick and pour into 100mls water to let MR drink it. Happy that MR likes the berry taste. 

KOKOYOYO A+mune can improves kids’ learning, memory and intellectual performance. Besides that, it can strengthen our kids’ immune health to combat stress.


As a strong and healthy kids, learning process will be fun and successful! According to evidence-based study, key ingredients Menophenol is from French grape and wild blueberry contain flavonoids, which have high bioavailability and more easily absorbed by the body due to small molecular weight. 

Flavonoids is the food for brain and works to strengthens the students’ memory power.


Long hours of learning and study can cause stress and low immunity for kids especially during the exam time. 

Second key ingredients is Wellmune that is proven to reduce duration of flu symptoms for highly stressed students.


Mouse mommy was glad that MR got improvement in his study and as well as healthy body and achievement in both academic and co-curriculum.


MR was awarded 3rd Prize in Mathematics Quiz in the school among standard 1 student for his academic achievement. 

He is also active and high interest in Chinese Chess learning. MR was awarded 3rd Prize and 17th Prize in two of the Chinese Chess competitions that he participates as co-curriculum achievement.


A 30-day supplementation with KOKOYOYO A+mune can improves students’ cognitive performance and healthy!


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