Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Calling all mommies and daddies-to-be:

Join us for our upcoming antenatal class on 8th December (Sunday) at our Bukit Katil office (No. 2, Jalan Kompleks Niaga Merak Mas, Taman Merak Mas, Bukit Katil).

Class will be conducted mainly in Chinese.

Topics include "Mom's First Gift" (Breastfeeding), "Nutrition During Pregnancy", "Journey to Labour" and “The Miracles of Stem Cells”.

Also enjoy free hair scalp screening!
Seats are limited, registration fee is RM20 per couple inclusive of tea refreshment, door gifts and lucky draws.

To register, contact Ms Fang Wen at 016-218 2543 or Ms Sally Yong at 016-218 1497. See you there!

Attached is the flyer for your reference.

Thank you and best regards.

Pantai Hospital Ayer Keroh
Ng Yin Shin
Marketing Officer
Tel No: 606-232 1782 / 232 0072

Fax No: 606-231 9155

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Pameran Khazanah Melayu Di Zaman Kesultanan Melayu Melaka @ Mini Malaysia & Asean Cultural Park Melaka.

Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park Melaka

Tarikh : 16-29 November 2013
 Masa : 9.00 pg - 6.00 ptg
 Acara Kemuncak : 

30 November 2013 (Pengunjung berpeluang melihat hulubalang-hulubalang di sekitar Mini Malaysia dan pelbagai aktiviti menarik.)

Sebarang pertanyaan boleh hubungi pihak Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park Melaka di talian 06 234 9989/88

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

In Deference to AGE & HEALTH

When we were young and strong we ate, we play, and we love in our daily lives without much concern.  
IT's a given in our lives that the sun  will continue to shine and the sporadic rains are but a mild irritation. 
Should we break a bone or two or get down and out due to flu or any other normal viruses, we are told to rest and recuperate while the body takes care of itself.

And these days, doctors and medical systems throughout the world are so through in their research into our 
human conditions and health irregularities, we are warned way in advance through our supposedly regular
blood and sugar and other health routine checks that we are headed towards certain medical dilemmas’
if we do not change our ways and diet.

In my last conversation with a doctor, she raised concern for our weight, lack of exercise and general 
not –so- well being. In the course of our conversations she asked the time of my meals. 
We answered that ours is usually a late breakfast followed by lunch, brunch or tea breaks with dinner 
being around 8-9 PM…...and supper following suit.

However, we didn't tell that we also observed the bad habit of going for late night beers, Bah Kut Teh and

tea @ the local mamak shop that could stretch till the wee hours in the morning culminating in late sleep-
in times. Early in our working life and after being abroad for a long time, we had this bad habit of eating roti 
canai & nasi lemak every other day as well.

Now, be honest and tell me that this isn't a Malaysian way of life for millions of others as well?  
Don’t bother denying it but …it seems, age is the best disciplinarian for us, as our bodies eventually break 
down more often  as we grow older and we realize that with every “down time” we experience, the older we 
get, the more pain we experience.

Naturally, no teacher is as good as the pain one experiences oneself. 
So eventually, without us realizing it most of us just stop doing all the stuff we did that we enjoyed earlier 
but that got us into the present predicament health wise.Problems that made us experience health issues such
as low resistance to sickness, low energy, morose and depressive mental abilities, maybe some early joint 
pains and generally other such ailments and conditions.

The good doctor's question reminded us of an NST article few days ago about 24 hour eateries.

Consumers Association of Penang president S.M. Mohamed Idris called on the authorities to not allow

eateries to operate round-the-clock to check the rising cases of diabetes and obesity. 
These eateries serve food with high in fat, salt and sugar content, plus people tend to overeat.

The view of SM Idris could be expanded further to limit opening hours of shops, shopping malls, and 

commercial premises in the city. That way Malaysians would lead a healthier "early to bed and early to rise"

To a certain extent, it could contribute to solve a lot of other problems.

Unlike other cities in Europe and US, shops in Asian cities tend to open up late into the night. 
We become addicted to the lifestyle as it allows many of us with an illusion of freedom 
(eating out in the open air, well past our bed times,  watching football when other normal citizens are all 
sleeping); and gives us a sense of independence and fun.  Well, that's the way the teenagers say it.
And by the time they are in their mid thirties it has become a ritual of maturity and adult hood that they no
longer question.

So what is the real solution?
Discipline,my dear holmes, discipline. The ONE word no hot blooded Malaysian individual actually likes!

MMC /MTA Joint Medical Event for November 2013

All MTA Members

Re: Talk On Diabetes  In Conjunction With The World Diabetes Day Celebration on 30th November 2013 (Saturday) from 8.30 am to 1.30pm At 1stFloor, Function Hall, Mahkota Medical Centre, Melaka.

Please be informed that Mahkota Medical Centre Sdn Bhd and Persatuan Pelancongan Negeri Melaka (Malacca Tourism Association) will be co-organising the World Diabetes Day with Persatuan Diabetes Malaysia on 30th November 2013 (Saturday) from 8.30 am to 1.30pm to be held at 1stFloor, Function Hall, Mahkota Medical Centre, Melaka.

There will be FREE Blood glucose Monitoring, BP monitoring, Height, Weight, Retinopathy Screening, BMI calculation & Dietary Advice worth RM100 and also RM10 each test for HbA1c test & Cholesterol Test.

We would like to invite all members including your family and friends to attend this event. Kindly refer to the attached flyer for more information. To register, please RSVP and contact SSRN Hazliza 011-1286 4553/ 06-285 2737 on or before 27 November 2013 on first come first served.

Your full support is greatly appreciated.

Thank you

Saturday, November 9, 2013

Friday, November 8, 2013



Melaka – A Bridal Showcase took place recently at the Holiday Inn Melaka on the 27 October 2013 (Sunday).

The event saw good crowd, mostly brides an grooms who are planning to get married soon, taking the opportunity to discover the latest wedding products and find out more on how their big day can be held here.

Wedding performance, cooking show and wedding product demonstrations were among the few highlights at the event. Visitors at the event were offered with up close look at the choices of gowns and tuxedos, all up-to-date with the trend.

During the showcase, Holiday Inn Melaka offered packages with inclusive of special perks worth up to RM6000 that the newlyweds can take advantage of. Benefits included are such as complimentary table from the hotel, free candy bar set up, complimentary live band performance and many more.

On top of that, the hotel gave out 2 nights honeymoon stay at prestigious hotels such as the Holiday Inn Resort Phuket, InterContinental Hanoi Westlake , InterContinental Bangkok , InterContinental Singapore for those who signed to the hotel’s wedding package on the spot

 “At Holiday Inn Melaka, we are dedicated in making your wedding day a memorable occasion – Hence we are inviting the soon to be Mr. and Mrs. to join us at our Bridal Showcase to discover the great savings we’re offering while in the same time, to have a little preview of their big day.” said Ms. Jenny Tang - Director of Business Development.

Holiday Inn Melaka offers variety of wedding packages and proposal which ranges from fanfare evening at the grand ballroom to a simple reception by the poolside with overlooking the Straits of Melaka. The packages offered can also be tailored made to suit the couple needs.

Plus, with a dedicated wedding planner and a team of high trained staff, couples are assured that their evening will perfect from start to the end. For more information, the hotel is contactable at 06-285 9000 or e-mail them at

Media Enquiries:
Eric Ong Kam Fai
Marketing Communication Manager
Tel: +6 06 285 9193
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