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KidZania Kuala Lumpur Salutes And Appreciate Frontliners By Giving Away 10,000 Free Tickets !


KidZ! KidZania Kuala Lumpur will be reopening its doors on 18 July 2020. In conjunction with its reopening, the award-winning and highly loved indoor themed family centre is paying tribute to frontliners who fought hard to bring the Covid-19 situation in the country under control.


Frontliners, inclusive of doctors, nurses, hospital employees, police, army personnel as well as food & delivery service workers are entitled to receive one adult admission ticket each, with the option of purchasing additional tickets at a 40% discount for adults and children between the ages of 3 to 17 years old (maximum of 4 tickets only). Altogether, KidZania Kuala Lumpur will give away 10,000 tickets to frontliners, on a ‘first-come, first-served’ basis which can be redeemed only one time.

Photo taken on February 2020. MR is learning how to clean up the filter system in the Sharp Air Purifier in KidZania Kuala Lumpur.  

The free tickets are valid for entry into KidZania Kuala Lumpur from 21 July 2020 until 30 October 2020*. To redeem the free passes, frontliners will have to contact KidZania Kuala Lumpur and make a booking by calling 1-300-13-KIDS (5439) or emailing contact@kidzania.com.my. They will then receive a booking confirmation within five working days and may collect the tickets at the Airport Counter at KidZania Kuala Lumpur on their chosen date of visit, upon verification of a valid staff ID.

Photo taken on February 2020. MR works as Window Cleaner to spray water and clean up the glass window at the Recycle Center KidZania Kuala Lumpur. 

“We are truly excited to be opening our doors once again and cannot wait to welcome back our guests. We also wanted to take this opportunity to honour our frontliners, who took on much sacrifice and burden upon themselves to ensure our wellbeing during the Covid-19 outbreak in the country. Their contribution has been priceless, and we want to humbly recognize their efforts by giving them a free ticket each, while encouraging them to bring their loved ones by offering a considerable discount for family members,” said Shahrul Nizar Ahmad, Mayor of KidZania Kuala Lumpur.

Photo taken on February 2020. MR works as Dentist in Kodomo Lion Dental Clinic. Hmm... now, good to know that MR knows how important of dental care is for overall health being. 

In celebration of its reopening, KidZania Kuala Lumpur will also be offering attractive deals to welcome families back to its premises. From now until 17 August 2020, visitors will be able to purchase three tickets for only RM99 (1 adult, 2 kids) with a five-month validity period.

"As we prepare to open our doors to welcome the public once again, we would like to assure our visitors that your safety and wellbeing is our utmost priority and comprehensive preparations have been carried out", said Shahrul.

In compliance with the standard operating procedures (SOP) set by the Ministry of Health, strict SOPs and guidelines for all employees and visitors will be put into effect. Among these include detailed preparation and sanitization by staff of all establishments and areas within KidZania Kuala Lumpur’s premises. Stringent entry protocol for visitors and social distancing regulations will also be enforced, while the maximum number of people allowed within the premises will be limited at any given time. Hand sanitizers will also be strategically placed throughout the premises for guests’ use.

Photo taken on February 2020. MR works together with his friends as Window Cleaner to spray water and clean up the glass window at the Recycle Center KidZania Kuala Lumpur. 

For a comprehensive introduction to hygiene improvement at KidZania, KidZania will include in the role play activities, the importance of good hygiene behaviours and germ education as a preventive measure from infections during this time of uncertainty.

“While we want everyone to have a great time at KidZania, we also have the responsibility to ensure they can do so in a safe environment. This is why we have invested a considerable amount of time and effort to put together a highly detailed list of SOPs and guidelines for our employees and visitors. As we will be limiting the number of visitors inside KidZania Kuala Lumpur, we would also encourage our visitors to make advanced bookings to ease their entry process,” said Shahrul.

Mouse mommy always love to see our kids to concentrate and focus in their "job" at KidZania Kuala Lumpur.
Truly "Learn Life Today"!

True to its ‘Learn Life Today’ philosophy, KidZania advocates hands-on interactive experiences and opportunities for children to learn new skills, while celebrating and harnessing their potential by combining inspiration, fun and learning through realistic role play.

Zank-U KidZania Kuala Lumpur! 

This is done through interactive learning and real-time job roleplay, with over one hundred jobs across sixty city establishments. Taking on the replica of a real functioning child-sized city, replete with buildings, a functioning economy, recognisable destinations and local and multi-national sponsored and branded establishments, KidZania provides educational and inspiring value by blending reality with entertainment.

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BookXcess @ Wolf House | BookXcess Launches Online Meets Offline Concept Bookstore


BookXcess, a home-grown brand that is widely known for its unique concept bookstore in Malaysia and affordable books at 50% to 80% off recommended retail price all year launched its 10th bookstore located at its Headquarters at Wolf House, 5, Jalan Trompet 33/8 (bit.ly/2ZKLcfm). BookXcess @ Wolf House will be opened from 10am to 8pm.


Transforming the headquarters and warehouse lobby to a unique and compact bookstore, BookXcess also launched a 2-hour self pick-up service for their online users. 


Exclusive for BookXcess @ Wolf House, customers will be able to purchase books via bookxcessonline.com from home and collect it at BookXcess @ Wolf House in just 2-hour with no additional fees.


At BookXcess @ Wolf House, visitors can expect to find books from a wide variety of genres such as science-fiction, thriller, literature, young adult titles, business books, cookbooks, art and design books, children’s books and many other sought-after books.


“The whole pandemic has changed the landscape of businesses and we have to adapt to the new normal in this new world. We understand the need to access affordable books during this trying time for many reasons. Kids are still not allowed to go to school and parents will constantly need to think of activities for their kids.


Now parents do not need to wait to receive their kids’ activity books but can just purchase it and pick it up in the next 2-hour. There are many Malaysians who are still worried to visit the retail scene and this has pushed us to come up with the idea of marrying online and offline store in order to allow people to shop for books with an ease of mind. 


The demand for books has increased tremendously during these trying times and we are allowing multiple platform access for customers to receive their books as fast as we could serve.


We are also launching a 48-hour delivery to Klang Valley for customers who purchase books from BookXcess Online,” said Andrew Yap, Co- Founder of BookXcess.


For its opening weekend, customers can enjoy 20% off titles storewide on top of the discounted books and first 25 customers every day gets an RM20 voucher from 30 May - 2 June 2020. For the 9 other BookXcess stores, customers can enjoy 10% off storewide.


Visitors to any BookXcess bookstores can be rest assured that due to COVID-19, safety precautions are in place such as limited entry for each store, temperature scanning will be conducted upon entry, hand sanitisers are strategically placed around each store, and compulsory contact tracing procedure.


Customers are encouraged to stay updated to find out more on BookXcess’ latest books, updates and promotions via BookXcess and Big Bad Wolf Books’ social media sites. #BXWOLFHOUSE


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The Best Summer Ever Experience With Cartoon Network This School Holidays


The school holiday is just around the corner and families will be looking for fun ways to spend the break together. 

With social distancing in full effect, why not spend it indoors with Cartoon Network? It will still be the Best Summer Ever when the kids are accompanied by their favorite Cartoon Network pals!


Watch-and-Win Contest
To win some awesome, giant-sized We Bare Bears plushies, Ben 10 and The Powerpuff Girls premiums, kids just need to tune in to Cartoon Nework (Astro Ch 615HD / 635) daily (9am to 12pm) from Monday, 11 May to 28 June, and keep a look out for secret codes that will appear on-screen. 
Then head over to CartoonNetworkAsia.com/BestSummerEver to submit the codes and tell us why they love watching Cartoon Network.

Best Summer Ever Fan Art Contest
For some hands-on fun, kids can get creative in the Best Summer Ever Fan Art Contest! It's the perfect platform to ignite their imagination and show off their drawing skills. Held from 11 May to 28 June, the best pieces will win amazing goodie bags and be showcased on Cartoon Network for viewers around Asia to enjoy - talk about bragging right!

Don't miss the chance for the Best Summer Ever, all without leaving the comfort of home. For more information about the contests, visit CartoonNetworkAsia.com/BestSummerEver!



In the meantime, be sure to stay tuned to amazing cartoons on Cartoon Network (Astro Ch 615 HD / 635) all summer long!

Weekdays at 9am in May and June
Monday, 9am : Scooby Doo
Tuesday, 9am : We Bare Bears
Wednesday, 9am : The Amazing World of Gumball
Thursday, 9am : Teen Titans Go!
Friday, 9am : Adventure Time


New Premieres on Weekends in May (Saturday & Sunday)
8:30am : Power Players
10am : Apple & Onion
11:30am : Unikitty
1pm : ThunderCats Roar!
6:30pm : Monster Beach


New Premieres on Weekends in June (Saturday & Sunday)
9am : Ben 10 [ 27 June onwards ]
9:30am : Power Players [ 27 June onwards ]
10am : Apple & Onion
10:30am : Total Dramarama [ 6 June onwards ]
1pm : ThunderCats Roar!
2pm : Steven Universe : Future [ 20 June onwards ]



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Practice Personal Care and Hand Hygiene With Antabax



In view of the increasing number of influenza cases in Malaysia, Antabax and KPJ Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital are working together on the Always Be Clean (ABC) for Health hygiene campaign, with the goal of raising awareness among Malaysians on hand hygiene. Right now, there is public health emergency of international concern - Wuhan coronavirus.


Hand hygiene and personal hygiene is important in order to take care ourselves and minimize the possibilities of cross-infection.


The Ministry of Health Malaysia advises the public to practice high levels of personal hygiene, frequent hand washing with soap and water, or with hand sanitiser, observing correct sneezing and coughing etiquette, and following a healthy lifestyle[1]. 

According to Ms Vivian Lee, Senior Brand Manager of Antabax,  keeping hands clean is one of the most important steps to avoid falling ill, and reducing the spread of communicable diseases to others. 

Antabax swung into action upon receiving alerts on the increase in influenza cases. We have been working with the relevant authorities to promote better hygiene habits for over a decade, and are glad to collaborate with KPJ Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital to educate the public on steps to reduce the risk of contracting and spreading communicable diseases such as influenza.”

Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention[2] show not washing hands harms children around the world.  Handwashing with soap could protect almost 1 out of 5 young children with respiratory infections like pneumonia[3] . Although people around the world clean their hands with water, very few use soap to wash their hands. Washing hands with soap removes germs much more effectively [4].


About Influenza
Influenza is transmitted mainly by droplets disseminated by unprotected coughs and sneezes. Short-distance airborne transmission of influenza viruses may occur, particularly in crowded enclosed spaces. Hand contamination is another possible source of transmission[5].


Signs and Symptoms of Influenza
Signs and symptoms of influenza include temperatures higher than 38 degrees Celsius, prolonged lethargy or tiredness of up to two to three weeks, pronounced joint and muscle ache, dry cough, frequent sneezing, sore throat and headache[6]. Those showing these signs and symptoms should seek prompt medical treatment. High-risk groups include those above 65 years, pregnant mothers, those with chronic illnesses, respiratory illnesses and young children. 


The Ministry of Health Malaysia also recommends the public, especially those from high risk groups to get seasonal flu vaccination. 

According to Dr Muhamad Yazli Yuhana, Consultant Internal Medicine & Infectious Diseases of KPJ Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital, the hospital is treating more than 50 cases of influenza this week and feels that it is crucial to increase awareness on the disease and reduce the spread. 


“The hospital is recording more cases as compared to the years before. We hope that through joint initiatives such as the Antabax ABC for Health, our community will learn to take preventive measures to protect themselves and their families. We need to be more proactive when it comes to taking vaccinations, ensuring hand hygiene, cough etiquette and getting prompt medical treatment, to reduce the spread of influenza,” said Dr Yazli who gave a public talk on ‘Influenza Outbreak: Reduce the Spread!”


The catchy Antabax hand hygiene song lifted the spirits of the children from the KPJ Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital who joined the education and awareness program and helped them remember the correct steps for hand washing as demonstrated by nurses from the hospital’s infection control unit.


“The spread of communicable diseases such as influenza can be reduced when we work together. It is as important to keep from spreading the disease, as it is to keep from catching it. The key takeaway for everyone is that we should Always Be Clean at all times,” Ms Lee added. 


The ABC for Health Campaign was developed by Antabax in 2018 to raise awareness among preschoolers and primary students. It has been rolled out to more than 6,000 students nationwide. 

Info from World Health Organization.

All of us got to stay healthy with strong immune system with adequate rest, practice good hand hygiene and personal care hygiene, hydrated, light exercise and good air circulation at house, school and workplace.

Info from Ministry of Health Malaysia (Info Updated on 01 Feb 2020, 2:30pm).

Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) cases update by Ministry of Health Malaysia
http://www.moh.gov.my/index.php/pages/view/2019-ncov-wuhan

Dengue Cases by Ministry of Health Malaysiahttp://idengue.arsm.gov.my/

The Wuhan Virus Live Updateshttps://thewuhanvirus.com/


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