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Flowers Blooming CNY Celebration for Senior Citizens at eCurve



Gong Xi Fa Cai! In celebration of Chinese New Year and in the spirit of giving and togetherness, eCurve recently treated senior citizens from Persatuan Rumah Amal Murni to experience eCurve’s colourful and lively Blossoms of Spring campaign.    

Upon arriving, the guests entered the Centre Atrium, which was beautifully transformed into a Chinese garden adorned with brightly lit red Chinese lanterns, intricately designed stone lions and a lavishly decorated Pagoda. 

Before taking their seats, the guests of honour took a short stroll through the garden, admiring the quaint scenery. 

Then came the highlight of the day, the specially choreographed live musical, Spring Sensation Dance Performance. The dancers took to the stage gracefully as they performed to traditional and contemporary Chinese tunes, dressed in eye-catching, glittering costumes and matching floral fans. In keeping with the Chinese New Year festivities, the audience were then amazed by the daring stunts performed by the acrobatic lion dance troupe. 



As a customary practice towards the end, the senior citizens were also presented with mandarin oranges with symbolised good fortune for the new year.

Gina Long Ahmad, Acting Centre Manager, eCurve said, “Reaching out to the community during the festive season is very important to us. We are honoured to commemorate this auspicious occasion with our guests from Persatuan Rumah Amal Murni and it was certainly heart-warming to see the smiles on their faces. Today’s celebration has definitely been a meaningful one and we look forward to spreading more cheer and joy in the future.”
Bringing the joyous day to a close, the Persatuan Rumah Amal Murni received Chinese New Year goodie bags and Ang Pow from eCurve, before making their way to Skaters Dim Sum to enjoy a hearty and delicious Chinese New Year meal.


Patrons can experience the Blossoms of Spring from 31 December 2019 to 27 January 2020 at eCurve’s Centre Atrium. Be sure to visit the beautifully decorated Chinese garden and watch exciting live performances, including a lion dance performance.


Throughout the campaign period, eCurve is also giving shoppers the opportunity to redeem festive treats such as an exclusive Fortune Candy Container and Ang Pow packets with a minimum spend of RM188 in a maximum of two receipts. 



All redemptions are subject to terms and conditions, and while stocks last. More photos can click here to view


Interested to find out more about eCurve’s Blossoms of Spring Chinese New Year campaign,
Website : www.ecurve.my

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Be A Tealive Junior Tearista At KidZania Kuala Lumpur !


Kai KidZ, do you want to be a Junior Tearista? Bubble Tea, the international beverage sensation which has enticed the palates and captured the hearts of people all across the world, Malaysians included, has officially landed on the steps of KidZania Kuala Lumpur as the award-winning indoor family centre welcomed its newest industry partner, Tealive.


To formalise the partnership, Bryan Loo, Chief Executive Officer of Loob Holding Sdn Bhd, the brand owner of Tealive, was presented with the ‘Key to the City’, a symbolic honour traditionally bestowed by a city upon esteemed individuals by KidZania Kuala Lumpur’s very own mayor, Shahrul Nizar Ahmad.


Aimed at promoting experiential learning and diverting children’s attention away from gadgets, the new Tealive café establishment will expose kids to the ins and outs of being a Junior Tearista through hands-on experiences that promote the development of useful life skills.


Mouse mommy was happy to Welcome Tealive Onboard to allow KidZ to explore, experiment and experience HOW to make their own bubble tea. 

Order a drink is pretty easy. But, if kids want to self-made a nice beverage is not that easy as A-B-C, as in required skill, time and knowledge. Kids can DIY bubble tea by themselves and drink it!

“We’re delighted to have Tealive, one of Malaysia’s largest beverage chains and experts in their own right, partner with us to lend industry insight and work hand-in-hand to equip children with vital skill sets for the future such as self-confidence, attention to detail, independence and communication skills,” said Shahrul Nizar Ahmad.


“In this new world driven by advanced technology and gadgets, parents today face a new challenge of keeping their child away from their gadgets. What we offer at KidZania Kuala Lumpur is an avenue for kids to take a step back from all that screen time and experience real life in a fun and engaging way through one-of-a-kind role play activities that expose kids to real world professions and career possibilities,” he added.


Some of the activities visitors can look forward to at the Tealive café establishment include learning how to brew Tealive’s signature handcrafted teas – the Original Pearl Milk Tea and Mango Juice with Pearls, learning how to work the machinery and tools, manage a store, as well as handlecustomer service. The ingredients involved in making the milk tea and pearls are freshly-brewed tea and tapioca starch. All drinks that are prepared in the establishment are also capped at only half-sugar level.

Commenting on the partnership, Bryan Loo said, “Malaysians already have a strong tea culture. We’re happy to extend this into a modern tea-drinking lifestyle and in the process enabling Tealive to be the leading brand in hand-crafted tea at home and in this region.


“This venture is yet another Tealive Breakthrough for us and we’re excited to be chosen by KidZania Kuala Lumpur for this meaningful activity for our young. We’re confident this partnership will be successful and beneficial to both the children and parents.”

Loo said for the young and curious, their inquisitive mindswould be fulfilled through interactive activities to showcase the fun side of how their favourite beverages are brewed.


“Children at KidZania will no longer be full of awe and wonder at how their pearl milk tea is made. At Tealive, we strongly believe that providing a hands-on experience is much better than watching videos to pick up a new skill.

“Actually, it’s more than just learning a new skill here. This process will boost each child’s self-confidence that they, too, can do something productive – independently on their own rather than depending on others.


“Thus, in this context, making your own cup of Tealive pearl milk tea will carry a lot more weight and significance than meets the eye. Parents will appreciate this character-building and confidence-boosting exercise. Imagine what a milestone it will be for a young boy or girl to make a drink and serve it to customers instead of always being served by others,” Loo said.


This process, he added, would give children fresh insight into the effort, care and attention to quality and hygiene behind-the-scenes before each cup is ready to be served. “They will have a healthier respect for customer-service staff wherever they go and will hopefully grow up to be an understanding customers themselves,” he quipped.

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A Colourful Roaring Lion Celebration At The Curve With Community!



With Chinese New Year fast approaching and preparations commence for the festivities, it is important to share the good fortune with those in need during this time of celebration. 


In line with this, the Curve recently fêted a group of teens and senior citizens from Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak Anak Yatim & Cacat Perlindungan Selangor for a morning filled with festive fun and excitement.  


Upon arrival, the honoured guests were given a warm welcome by the Curve team as they were ushered into the mall for the festivities. In keeping with this year’s theme, Roar of Prosperity, the Centre Court exuded plenty of huat with multi-coloured lions in striking poses. The jubilant atmosphere was further amplified by baby pink cherry blossom trees as well as red lanterns hanging from the ceiling.


Then came the highlight of the day, as the Kwong Ngai lion troupe burst onto the stage accompanied by loud drums, which resounded throughout the Centre Court. The show-stopping performance saw amazing acrobatic feats specially choreographed to Chinese dance musical, which had the audience in awe.

Jazmi Kamarudin, Senior General Manager of the Curve said, “Chinese New Year is a lot more than celebration, it is premised on renewing time with loved ones, paying homage to our elders and doing good deeds. As we draw closer to the festive period, we are honoured to host the teens and senior citizens from Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak Anak Yatim & Cacat Perlindungan Selangor to usher in the Lunar New Year together. We do hope that this day has brought our guests a joyful start to the auspicious occasion.”

Towards the end of the outing, the guests were gifted with Chinese New Year goodies, ang pow and were also invited to a sumptuous lunch at Ah Tuan Ee together with the Curve team.


Looking forward to witness the impressive lion display? Shoppers can visit the Curve’s Roar of Prosperity campaign until January 27, 2020. Together with the Roaring Lions Musical and Chinese New Year melodies performed by a three-piece instrumental band, there is plenty in store at the Curve this Lunar New Year!

Throughout the campaign period, shoppers also have the opportunity to take home a mini Prosperity Lion figurine with a minimum spend of RM438 in a maximum of two receipts. 

While those who spend a minimum of RM188 in a maximum of two receipts will be able to redeem festive Angpow packets. All redemptions are subject to terms and conditions and while stocks last.


Interested to get more details on the Curve’s Chinese New Year campaign,
the Curve Customer Care : 03-7710 6868

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