Aug 27, 2016
Aug 26, 2016
Malaysian accomplished electric violinist, Dennis Lau is set to have his first ever large scale concert on 22 October at the Mega Star Arena, featuring an all-star Malaysian talents who have previously collaborated with him over the years.
Kelab bola sepak Johor Darul Ta'zim atau JDT telah mendapatkan Presiden baru, iaitu Tunku Tun Aminah Sultan Ibrahim.
Aug 25, 2016
Selepas tiga tahun tidak muncul dengan konsert rock berskala besar, The Livescape Group akhirnya kembali dengan konsert rock terbesar tahun ini, Rockaway yang mana akan menampilkan kumpulan rock antarabangsa dan tempatan yang akan mengeggarkan Malaysia pada 29 – 30 Oktober dan 19 November ini.
At a press conference held this morning at ParkRoyal Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Tony Nagamaiah, General Manager of Malaysia Major Events and Rahul Kukreja, Director of Live Events of The Livescape Group revealed the lineup to the press.
Among the headliners of this year's festival are Scorpions, Wolfmother, Taking Back Sunday, Third Eye Blind, The Get Up Kids.
The regional and local bands also playing at the event are Wings, Alleycats, Muzza's Mayhem, Butterfingers, Zainal Abidin, One Buck Short and more!
Bear in mind that this is just phase one of the lineup with more to be announced soon.
Also at the event were Datuk David Arumugam of Alleycats, Awie, Zainal Abidin, and Noh Salleh of Hujan.
The two day event held on the weekend of 29 and 30 of October 2016 will take place at the Sepang International Circuit, while the 1 day The Saga Continues event will be held on 19 November 2016 and will take place at the Extreme Park, Bukit Jalil.
Along with the lineup, the early bird tickets for the festival are now on sale!
Those interested can already make their purchase on wwww.galactix.asia for Day 1 and/or Day 2 and also tickets for another Rockaway show on 19 November, priced between RM98 to RM278 per day.
Previous headliners for Rockaway were Soulfly, Bring Me The Horizon and more.
Video-on-Demand service iflix has launched a brand new feature to let you know what your favourite celebrities are currently watching!
Malaysian low-cost airline AirAsia is offering free flights for life to all Asean athletes who won gold medals at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Aug 24, 2016
Proton Holdings Bhd has released the promotional video of their new vehicle, Proton Persona, starring Malaysian artistes Fazura and Zul Ariffin in a “Fast & Furious” style short movie!
Aug 23, 2016
Malaysian heartthrob Henry Golding has finally tying the knot with his girlfriend of four years, Liv Lo, an Italian-Taiwanese TV presenter and Yoga instructor based in Singapore.
YouTube sensation and famous video-game commentator is currently in Malaysia with his girlfriend, and it is rumoured that he will be here for a week!
Following the success of last year’s inaugural event, Domrei Angkor Charity Concert plans to go big this year as it brings in more excitement and music!
Pokémon Go is currently the most popular mobile game in history, which come as no surprise as the game / mobile app has become a global phenomenon and is now one of the most used mobile apps, with more than 130 million users globally.
Aug 22, 2016
The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio wrapped up in yet another vibrant and beautiful carnival-inspired closing ceremony last Sunday night.
Controversial Malaysian singer Namewee has done it again. The singer is once again at loggerheads with law officials following the release of his latest music video, “Oh My God”.
California-based Malaysian song bird Yuna has collaborated with local rapper SonaOne on a brand new single titled “Pulang”.
Aug 20, 2016
Come and see where superstar Rajinikanth shot his iconic movie, “Kabali”, in Malaysia!
The movie proved to be a huge hit and it has indirectly promoted the Malaysian locations in India and to his legions of fans across the world.
Aug 19, 2016
Malaysia’s Queen of Rock, Ella and multi-award winning singer Faizal Tahir are set to rock the MMA fighting cage at the upcoming ONE Championship event this September!
South Korean R&B singer-songwriter, DEAN is making his first visit to Malaysia next month to promote his new EP, “130 Mood: TRBL”.
Aug 18, 2016
As an accomplished restaurateur, chef, author, television host, and also gastronomic traveller, Luke Nguyen knows everything when it comes to food – especially street food!
“LOL L!VE Comedy” is back to bring you more laughs, and this time, the comedy show will feature one of the most unique comedians in the world, Justin Rivera!
Indonesia's Tontowi Ahmad and Liliyana Natsir have defeated Malaysian pair Chan Peng Soon and Goh Liu Ying, securing their first gold medal in the badminton mixed doubles at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Aug 17, 2016
Malaysian professional cyclist, Azizulhasni Awang, has made his country proud by winning a bronze medal in the keirin event at the Rio Olympics Games.
Though the film “Suicide Squad” has garnered mixed reviews, that didn’t stop Malaysian pop band Paperplane Pursuit from covering the theme song by Twenty One Pilots, “Heathens”, which had reached No. 1 on Billboard US Hot Rock Songs.
Aug 16, 2016
Malaysian pair, Chan Peng Soon and Goh Liu Ying have made it to the mixed doubles final, securing at least an Olympic silver medal in badminton at Rio 2016.
Come and meet Malaysian sweetheart Ayda Jebat this coming weekend at OPPO F1s debut roadshow at Mid Valley Megamall.
Team Fnatic which made up of four Malaysians and a Filipino, made fourth place at the Dota 2 The International tournament, winning USD1.4 million (RM5.6mllion) over the weekend.
Aug 15, 2016
Singapore's first Olympic gold medallist, Joseph Schooling received a warm welcome at Changi Airport as hundreds of fellow Singaporeans all gathered there to meet and greet the hero.
After 25 years of music, one of the biggest boy bands in Asia, SMAP has confirmed that they will be breaking up by the end of this year.
Most actors we know have a knack for singing; like Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman, Kristen Bell, Amanda Seyfried and more, but those are pretty common. We've seen plenty of actors who can sing, dance and act all at the same time – it pretty much comes in a package!
Singapore’s annual Music Matters is celebrating its sixth year this September over a four day period, and a myriad of performers have been announced to perform at the event.
Aug 13, 2016
Yesterday, Singapore’s swimmer Joseph Schooling has made his country proud by being the fastest qualifier for the men's 100 metres butterfly final – today, he made them even prouder by winning gold in that category!
Aug 12, 2016
Singapore’s Joseph Schooling has made the country proud by becoming the first male Singaporean athlete to qualify for an Olympic swimming final.
In conjunction with the release of “One Piece Film: Gold”, Singapore’s Golden Village (GV) and Malaysia’s Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) are each having a special “One Piece” event in their respective countries.
Another famous Japanese anime is getting the live-action treatment.
Reki Kawahara’s famous novel “Sword Art Online” will soon be adapted into a Hollywood live-action television series.
Let’s go back in time once again with Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ), who is set to deliver another spectacular and classy performance in Malaysia!
Aug 11, 2016
It is only the sixth day of Rio 2016 Olympics in Brazil, and several countries from around the world including Asia, have already won themselves some medals while others are still competing to get their hands on them!
Now no matter where you go, you will see almost everyone playing Pokémon Go, be it night or day, noon or dawn, the game has taken over everyone!
Aug 10, 2016
Malaysian divers, Cheong Jun Hoong, 26 and Pandelela Rinong, 23 have won the country’s first medal at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games – a silver medal in the women's 10m platform synchronised event yesterday.
Aug 9, 2016
Pavilion Elite, a new retail landmark project adjacent to Pavilion KL is expected to open for business this coming November!
The sports and medals are not the only reason why people watch the Olympics!
The 2016 Summer Olympics kicked off in 5 August 2016 as a celebration of worldwide sportsmanship, yes, but one of the reasons why most of us watch the games is just so that we can stare at some muscles and biceps, especially ones that belong to hot male athletes!
Aug 8, 2016
Growing up in Hong Kong sure wasn’t easy, especially if you’re from a minority race who possesses a feature that makes you really stand out. Such is the case of stand-up comedian Vivek Mahbubani who is a Sindhi of Indian descent and was born and raised in Hong Kong.
You’ve probably already heard that Pokémon Go is now officially available for download in 15 new countries and regions across Asia and Oceania!
So here, we have a beginner’s guide and tips for all you first-time Pokémon trainers!
1. Start off with Pikachu as your first Pokémon
When you start the game you will get to choose either Charmander (fire-type), Squirtle (water-type) or Bulbasaur (grass-type) as a starter, much like the original anime. When you see the three normal starters appear on your map, simply walk away. When you've moved far away enough, the Pokémons will pop up again. Keep walking away from them until Pikachu appears!
2. Don’t bother catching them when driving or hitching a ride
When the game first launched in the US, some users got hurt for not paying attention to their surroundings, so new recent updates of the game have made it so that less to no Pokémons will appear on the road (unless you’re driving in housing areas).
3. Go to malls or places where many people would gather
Places like shopping malls, restaurants, bus stops or parks. To put it simply, places that have a lot of Pokéstops (you can see it through the app) as Pokémons are usually gathered there too!
4. Beware of Pokéstops with lure modules
If you don’t know yet, lure models can be installed at Pokéstops and it will attract many Pokémons and sometimes even rare ones. And this will also automatically attract other users to that Pokéstop too. If it’s in the morning or you are with a large group of people, it is okay for you to go to the Pokéstop, but if it’s at night, you better just go home as it has been reported that this is a new way for criminals to commit crimes like kidnapping or robbing you!
5. Hatch Pokémon eggs while driving
Remember that we mentioned earlier that you shouldn’t catch while driving (refer to point No.2)? But even if you are not catching any Pokémon while in the car, you can still leave the app on as it is a good way for you to hatch your Pokémon eggs, because the distance will still be counted, and it doesn’t matter if you’re walking, running, cycling or driving.
6. Keep a look out for rustling grass
In the map, sometimes you will see rustling grass here and there, so try and get close to that area as chances are some Pokémons may be lurking nearby.
7. It’s okay to catch the same type of Pokémon over and over again
There are 150 types of Pokémon that can be registered in your Pokédex, so most of you may have dismissed catching the same type of Pokémon especially the commonly seen Pidgey and Rattata. But it is actually important for you to keep catching Pokémons as you seen them regardless if you’ve already have them in your Pokédex, as these Pokémons can give you candies and stardust. Certain kind of candies can let your Pokémon evolve while stardust can be used to increase the level of your Pokémon.
8. Catch Pokémon with PokeMobile
In Malaysia, Hotlink and Grab have collaborated to introduce vehicles that help in hunting Pokémons. The rides are free and it will send Pokémon trainers to the nearest Pokéstop. Also, trainers of the day will be given USD100 worth of PokeCoins!
9. Different types of Pokémon will appear at different times of the day
If you catch Pokémons during different times of the day (morning, noon and night), you will notice that different types of Pokémon will appear even if you’re stuck in the same area.
So time to cue the Pokémon theme song, lads and ladies because it is time for you to catch em’ all!
(Main photo source: pokemongoglobal.com)