I attended a charity organisation’s event called “Spring Fling” on 23 March 2019. I’m not going to mention the charity organisation here because one of the ambassaders don’t appreciate what I have been doing like giving them complimentary blog posts, conducting their lucky draw sessions and all, so I just cut them out of this video. They have never paid for my services and they definitely don’t have control over what I do. Being a member of the organisation doesn’t mean that they can restrict how I run my business or make money. It’s just one of the groups in this charity, so can’t say much about the other members and having worked with other charity organisations for business and personal matters, some really do appreciate what was given to them.
Another matter I’m not happy about is the venue this event was held at. Not only could they not pay for blogging, they didn’t keep their word and communicate well. I’m not even going to mention them here, not that I’m afraid of them but rather I would not even want to give them any free advert by stating their mcb name. If some places can’t pay for a blog, then they will at least give complimentary food, beverages or products. This venue said they can provide food & beverages, but ended up this place doesn’t even freaking serve food. Macamlah, I very hadap to eat your shit food or products like that. Some will know how to give back if not the equivalent.
On that day I was going to attend the event, my Mummy cooked spaghetti which I would have very much enjoyed eating. If you have read my blog, my Mummy usually cooks Chinese cuisine everyday and only sometimes Western food. I sometimes make videos about her cooking. I missed my Mummy’s spaghetti to go to this bloody event and this place just to find out their owner have not carried out his promise. These people don’t think that time and energy is spent to attend these events and also costs like transportation to get there, parking etc.
I was at Love, Bonito yesterday, at their first store in Penang. It was their launching of the store and it’s at Queensbay Mall.
Love, Bonito is a Singaporean brand. They have a few outlets in Kuala Lumpur/Selangor. There was a decent stream of customers purchasing their items at the store and at one point, there was a long line of customers queueing to make their purchase. Very good business on their first day of opening indeed. Even I chose a pair of shoes for myself. So many pretty clothes to choose from.
View my live video below to see a tour of their new shop in Penang and also their collection of outfits available.
Thank you, Love, Bonito for having me at your event. Do check out their store in Penang and you might pick something out of their many outfit choices. They also have their online store for you to choose and purchase their items. You can click on this link here.
At the beginning of this Year 2019, I was at Y Food Box at Gurney Drive to conduct an emcee/games session. Technically, I was there on New Year’s Eve (31 December 2018) and all the way until past 12 midnight so it’s considered the beginning of the year. 12am is when the fireworks go off right after the countdown and your brand new year begins on 1 January 2019, according to the Gregorian calendar.
So, this was what happened during the games session, which was recorded live on Facebook… (2 videos, Part 1 and Part 2 below).
For those who were there are the restaurant dining and those who came to see the games, I hope you enjoyed the emcee/games session. Thank you to those for participating and to Y Food Box for being the venue for, and for being a part of Myle Enterprise‘s PME December 2018 Giveaway event which was what the event/games session was about. I would like to say thank you to Y Food Box for this blog post too.
From New Year’s Day to Chinese New Year (CNY) day today, I’m sure many are having their CNY dinner now. Wishing you a Happy Chinese New Year. If you’re in Penang and looking for a place to eat or drink, you can check out Y Food Box at Gurney Drive. If you’re coming to Penang to visit your family, relatives, friends or for a holiday especially during this CNY season which lasts 15 days, you can visit their restaurant which I will leave their information below. They serve Chinese cuisine, mainly home-cooked style so it’s pretty healthy and delicious. I would advise you to call them before you drop by their restaurant to see if they are opened and to ask them more about their Chinese New Year menu, if they have any. They have other branches in Penang and around Malaysia too, which you can take a look at our previous blog post for more information.