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Located at New Wing Oval concourse at One Utama Shopping Centre, the Japanese food fair is available from from 3rd – 6th September. There have more than 1,000 items of food product that available.
A name synonymous with fresh and fine imported quality food, Cold Storage in partnership with Daisho Food brings the much-celebrated Bon Odori cultural dance and festival, along with a fare of Japanese food and culture into a local mall for the comfortable enjoyment of urbanites. What does the five-day event have in store for Japanese culture fans and shoppers of all ages? Come find out!
Japanese dance. Basically this fair is really suitable for families or if you have nothing to do over the weekend. You can experience a a lot of activities such as dancing, singing and costume dressing. Not to mention they have a lot of Japanese games too. Make sure you give yourself a try of Japanese food.
What is Bon Odori?
Obon (お盆?) or just Bon (盆?) is a Japanese Buddhist custom to honor the spirits of one’s ancestors. This Buddhist-Confucian custom has evolved into a family reunion holiday during which people return to ancestral family places and visit and clean their ancestors’ graves, and when the spirits of ancestors are supposed to revisit the household altars. It has been celebrated in Japan for more than 500 years and traditionally includes a dance, known as Bon-Odori.
Angus Gore-Andrews, General Manager of Cold Storage Supermarkets shared: “ Each community celebrates their own festivals that come with special food and cultural practices. This year Cold Storage held the Obon or Bon festival to celebrate it together”.
I was invited as media to attend Samsung 3D LED TV Launch at KLCC.
The Samsung LED TV is breathtakingly thin and designed as one seamless piece of flawless crystal. On its LED screen, vivid details are captured in every frame. Picture edge-blur removed and full, robust colour restored to each pixel. Watch television programs, web content or your own, knowing you’re also being kind to the environment. It’s a remarkable feat of design, on or off.
Samsung’s premium LED TVs boast unsurpassed picture quality by using a Samsung-developed technology that merges edge-lit LED TV advantage with the control of local dimming technology in directly back-lit LED TV. This technology, along with Samsung’s high-efficiency LEDs and proprietary HyperReal Engine with video procesor, ensures unurprased picture quality with vibrant colours, deep black and better contrast ratios.
At just 23.9mm, Samsung blazes the trail in lim design, improving on last year’ offering of 29.9mm. Additionally, Samsung continues to build on it’ tradition of innovative design by introducing narrower bezels and bruhed metal frames in silver – pushing the limits beyond the familiar black bezels of many HDTV. In particular, Samsung developed a groundbreaking four-legged quad stand that makes the TV look more like furniture than device and a new “mytic earth” crystal design scheme with chrome edging to better match a living room’s decor.
All these functionality are delivered with out compromising on the energy efficiency that Samsung LED TV are known for, and meet even higher standard of sustainability. They all exceed the more stringent EnergyStar 4.0 standard.
All of the 3D models will featured built-in HDMI 1.4 Ethernet connection, wireless-ready capabilities, and internet@TV, which provides access to the world’s first HDTV-based application store Samsung Apps.
3D? Remind me on Alice in Wonderland 3D Media Invite.
More information about Samung LED, click HERE!