Friday, July 8, 2011

Saldi Estate 2011

Summer Sale sudah bermula di seluruh itali pada 2 Julai 2011.  This is a good time to shop till you drop for everything you want. 

The first few days of the saldi can be crazy. The are hundreds of people on street with long queue at the front door of Gucci, Fendi, Geox.   The line to try clothes on at Zara, always long, gets longer. The wait to get the attention of a salesgirl at Sisley, usually tough, becomes all but impossible.
But, but, but. The sales DO tend to be pretty good (often up to 50 percent off). And if you can't bear to brave the crowds right away, don't fear: The saldi will go on for another 5 or 6 weeks. They'll keep cutting prices, too. Just remember that with a bunch of discerning Italians having come in before you, the good stuff will probably be gone

UNWG-Asia Pacific Fund Charity for Japan

Proudly, we have participated in a big program of charity for Japan fundrising with small donation from Embassy of Malaysia.  It was my second charity programs which was organized by UNWG and personally it was a great experience.  The program was held at Marymount International School of Rome on 21st May 2011.  3 of us were participated full heartedly from the early morning until 4.00 pm.  Thank you my dear friends, Pn. Salwa dan Pn. Norazlina.  You all memang sporting!!!!

The program is an effort to benefit the children orphaned by the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan, in particularly to support for counseling and psychological programs.  There were almost 300 people came to support the program  when they can buy food, handycrafts, watching cultural shows from Asian Countries. 
Variety of shushi from Japanese Table
We were also enjoying cultural show from Asian Countries

from Fiji Island

Briliant performance from Bangladesh

Gently and amazing traditional dance from Indonesia