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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 Celebrates Everyday Original Malaysians This Merdeka


This year has shown many of us that not all heroes wear capes and Jacob’s, the Original Cream Cracker is shining the spotlight on them. 


In line with that, this Merdeka, #TheOriginalsMY by Jacob’s will celebrate everyday Original Malaysians who are outstanding in their own way – individuals who have made our day-to-day lives a little easier, those who put a smile on our faces and people who have made our country a safer, happier and better place in their own unique ways.


“Having gone through unprecedented and challenging times since the start of 2020, this year’s National Day will carry a deeper meaning for us as a nation. 


We have pulled through together and with Jacob’s #TheOriginalsMY, we want to acknowledge and celebrate Original Malaysians who are all around us – our friends, neighbours and even strangers. 


It is now an opportunity for us to sit back and reflect on those who have made a positive and lasting impact on our daily lives, no matter how big or small,” said Arpan Sur, Associate Director, Southeast Asia Biscuits & Snacks.


In August 2019, Jacob’s celebrated eight inspiring Original Malaysian icons who are legends in their own fields, icons who are known for being the first, the best, and the original of their crafts. This year’s line-up of Original Malaysians includes four inspiring everyday heroes who have given us so much yet expecting so little in return, meet:


·      Nur Azmina Burhan - A hairstylist who helps the under privileged communities. Her free haircuts give these communities in Kuala Lumpur fresh looks and renewed hope.


·      R. Jeganathan - As the national Paralympics coach, he turned disability into an ability for man. He coached and journeyed with our national Paralympics athletes as they secured three gold medals and two world records at the 2016 Rio Paralympics.


·      Adrian Wong - Using 3D printing technology, he made face shields when there was a shortage of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), aiding frontliners in our country as they battled the COVID-19 pandemic.


·      Rizo Leong - Collaborating with other local artists, his work champions social causes, giving a voice to those who need it most. In recent times, their art was used to raise funds for frontliners as they braved the ongoing pandemic.


“We live in a country that is made up of people who are always ready to extend a helping hand or put a smile on our faces whenever we need it the most. Experiences like these are truly Malaysian and through #TheOriginalsMY, Jacob’s is encouraging everyone to embrace such moments and recognise the people in it,” added Arpan.


Feeling inspired? This Merdeka, Jacob’s invites everyone to celebrate their very own Original Malaysian, individuals who are irreplaceable and inspiring in their own unique way. Pay tribute to your everyday Original Malaysian by using Jacob’s AR Instagram filter to engrave their face onto a Jacob’s cracker. Be sure to #TheOriginalsMY and tag @jacobs_malaysia in your Instagram postings. Scan the QR code to access the AR filter or, visit Jacob's Malaysia's Instagram profile (@jacobs_malaysia) for more details.

QR Code - Jacob’s AR Instagram filter

Jacob’s has been in Malaysia for 67 years and is one of the many brands under Mondelēz International, the leading snacking powerhouse. In addition to offering consumers the right snack, for the right moment, made the right way, Mondelēz has been journeying with Jacob’s since the start of ‘The Originals’ campaign – beginning with Original Malaysians last August in which inspiring Malaysian personalities who are legends in their own fields were celebrated, followed by Original Malaysian Traditions in January this year to get the High Pole Lion Dance, a Muar-born tradition recognised by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage.


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Sunway Lagoon And Sunway University Explore Education And Research On Sun Bears

Sun Bear is the Smallest bear species in the world.

Sunway Lagoon and Sunway University see a joint collaboration between the two entities towards the enhancement of tertiary education in Malaysia, built on the strong, rich and diverse heritage and legacy shared by both parties.

Launching and Welcome to Sunway Lagoon Wildlife Park! Break Through Research on Sun Bear Conservation Sunway Lagoon Wildlife Park X Sunway University ! 

Representing Sunway Lagoon at the revealing educational board ceremony, which is held at Sunway Lagoon, was Calvin Ho, Executive Director of Sunway Theme Parks.

Break Through Research on Sun Bear Conservation Sunway Lagoon Wildlife Park X Sunway University ! 

Break Through Research on Sun Bear Conservation Sunway Lagoon Wildlife Park X Sunway University ! 

Representing Sunway University at the ceremony is Dr. Elizabeth Lee, Senior Executive Director of Sunway Education Group. Also present were Associate Professor Dr. Shyamala Ratnayeke, Department of Biological Sciences.

Break Through Research on Sun Bear Conservation Sunway Lagoon Wildlife Park X Sunway University ! 

Associate Professor Dr. Shyamala Ratnayeke studies the ecology and conservation of tropical mammals and the biology of invasive species. 

Associate Professor Dr. Shyamala Ratnayeke 

In 2002, she received an International Research Fellowship Award from the US National Science Foundation to conduct research on wild carnivores in Sri Lanka, including a pioneering study on the sloth bear. She began work on the ecology and population genetics of sun bears and invasive apple snails when she joined Sunway University.

Break Through Research on Sun Bear Conservation Sunway Lagoon Wildlife Park X Sunway University ! 

The unveiling of this particular research project on sun bears shows reflects the development of conservation educational programs between Sunway Lagoon and Sunway University. 

Sun Bear

All Asian bears are threatened by habitat loss and poaching for body parts that are commercially valuable for traditional Asian medicine and cuisine. 

The collaboration between the university and Sunway Lagoon is to create greater awareness among visitors of the problems faced by sun bears and to inspire action that will help to conserve our unique native wildlife.

Sun Bear info

There are two subspecies of sun bears in Malaysia, the Malayan subspecies (Helarctos malayanus malayanus) is found in Peninsular Malaysia and the Bornean subspecies (Helarctos malayanus euryspilus) is found in Borneo. It is relatively difficult to differentiate between subspecies based on physical characteristics, although Bornean sun bears are smaller on average; therefore, research on the species’ phylogeny is important. Sun bears are listed as Totally Protected Wildlife under the Second Schedule of our Wildlife Conservation Act 2010.

Sun Bear

Dr. Shyamala collaborates with Dr. Jactty Chew, a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences, Sunway University. They’ve obtained funding from Sunway University, Lancaster University, and three years of funding from the International Association for Bear Research and Management (IBA) Grant for their research on landscape characteristics and population genetic structure of Sun bears in Malaysia.

Break Through Research on Sun Bear Conservation Sunway Lagoon Wildlife Park X Sunway University ! 

One of the projects aims to assess genetic variation of sun bears in Malaysia, and Sunway Lagoon is pleased to contribute genetic samples from the sun Bear in the wildlife park. Together with other samples offered by PERHILITAN (Department of Wildlife and National Park) and BSBCC (Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre), the first study to evaluate genetic divergence between peninsula and Bornean subspecies has been made possible.

White Tiger

White Tiger

Many wildlife are spotted in the Sunway Lagoon Wildlife Park such as White Tiger, lion, parrot, peacock, flamingo, owl, Patagonian Mara, Meerkat, Miniature Horse and many more. 

parrot


Pet village such as rabbit feeding, longkang fishing, Emu feeding, Guinea Pig feeding and Tortoise feeding. 


Meanwhile, the undertaking between Sunway Lagoon and Sunway University is to promote the United Nation’s global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through the creation of edutainment platforms. Calvin Ho said, “Our global renowned SDG focus on sustainability and lifelong learning makes Sunway Lagoon more than just a theme park. We are firm ‘bea-lievers’ of merging science and tangible experiences to all our guests”.

Sun Bear and #MouseMommyTreats

Dr. Elizabeth also said, “A small act of kindness and compassion towards a single animal today is the very act which will ensure the sustainability of the fellow creatures who share the earth with us. As joint inhabitants of this planet we need to protect each other, preserve the environment and ensure the future. 

Break Through Research on Sun Bear Conservation Sunway Lagoon Wildlife Park X Sunway University Lunch Session

Just as the sun-bears are an endangered species, so is our eco-system, the fabric of our existence. Sunway supports the SDGs and strives to safeguard all lives on land, in the air and under the sea. Won’t you all join us?”

Enjoy our colourful cum yummy lunch! 

We are also having lunch and have #BestDayEver at Sunway Lagoon. 

ATV Drive experience at Sunway Lagoon


Delicious and varieties of foodies are served. 


Mouse mommy is especially loves the mushroom soup with garlic bread and the creative colourful desserts. 



Many staffs welcoming us with colourful SOP reminder board that is good to ensure all are #StaySafe #StayHealth.

Social Distancing practise #StaySafe #SOP

Photo moments

Sanitize all guests at the Sunway Lagoon entrance

Sunway Lagoon's daily activities and highlights for your reference if you are visiting to Sunway Lagoon.

Sunway Lagoon activities 

Welcome to Sunway Lagoon

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