Monday, 7 December 2015

Pelawak Tauke Jambu selamat bertunang

Tauke yang juga penyampai radio Era itu tampil sedondon bersama tunangnya dengan baju berwarna Merah Jambu.

PELAWAK Tauke Jambu, 39, selamat melangsungkan pertunangan dengan wanita pilihannya, Nadia pada petang Ahad. 

Berita pertunangan Tauke atau nama sebenarnya Zamatul Amri Bin Zakaria dikongsi menerusi laman Facebook Era FM.

“Tahniah @taukejambu yang dah selamat langsungkan pertunangan dengan gadis pilihannya, Nadia siang tadi,” dipetik menerusi kapsyen Facebook Era FM.

Tauke yang juga penyampai radio Era itu tampil sedondon bersama tunangnya dengan baju berwarna Merah Jambu.

Majlis tersebut dikhabarkan berlangsung di rumah pihak perempuan di Terengganu.

Namun sehingga kini, Tauke sendiri masih belum membuat sebarang kenyataan rasmi mengenai majlis pertunangannya melalui media mahupun laman media sosial miliknya.

Kami mengucapkan tahniah kepada Tauke dan pasangan dan semoga ikatan mereka kekal ke hingga akhir hayat.

- Sumber: Astro Gempak

Mazda Roadster is 2015 Car of the Year in Japan

It’s the time of the year again to rate the Car of the Year in Japan, last year it was huge news that the Mazda Demio, better known to us as the Mazda2 received the crown. This year, Mazda had kept up the momentum and once again take home the crown, only this time it is the Mazda Roadster (known to us as the MX-5) that received top honours.

The all-new Roadster was launched in last year and it was officially introduced to our country in October 2015. It is the sixth model in Mazda’s new generation vehicle line-up to come complete with the full range of Skyactiv Technology and Kodo-Soul of Motion design with the aim of pure Jinba ittai driving fun.

Lightweight, open-top two-seater front-engine rear-wheel drive configuration has garnered a lot of love from people all over the world. We’ve already spotted a few grazing our roads since the launch a few months ago. Congratulations to Mazda Co. We wonder what next for the company?

- Source: Astro Publication 

Fast facts on the late Tunku Jalil

The people-orienteds prince and loved by many. Tunku Jalil has always been an attention to the people of Johor.

HE was the people's prince and loved by so many. The late Tunku Laksamana of Johor, Tunku Abdul Jalil Iskandar Sultan Ibrahim had always warranted public attention, especially from the people of Johor.

Born on July 5, 1990 to the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar and Permaisuri of Johor, Raja Zarith Sofiah Sultan Idris, Tunku Jalil, as he was fondly known, was the fourth out of six siblings.

Those who personally knew him deemed kindness as his best trait.

Here are some key facts about the late Tunku Jalil:

1. He was an animal lover and volunteered at the Singapore Zoological Garden in Reptile and Veterinary Department for a year.

2. Subsequently, he applied to study Zoology at the Zoological Society of London for two years.

3. Upon his return from London, he became a volunteer at the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre in Sabah.

4. Tunku Jalil was heavily involved in activities with charity organisations including the Johor Spastic Association, Malaysian Nature Society, the Orangutan Appeal UK and the Malaysian Red Crescent.

5. He was appointed as Vice Chairman of Community Services for the Malaysian Red Crescent at the age of 18. Among other activities, he helped the society provide for and distributed aid for flood victims across Johor.

6. Tunku Jalil made frequently visited patients at the Sultan Ismail Specialist Hospital and Sultanah Aminah Hospital in Johor Bahru.

7. At the age of 21, he joined the Royal Malaysian Police and underwent Officer training for a year, and followed by Special Forces (UTK) training courses at a technical college in Muar.

8. Before his service with the police ended, he joined to become a "Pegawai Pemantau Pulapor" (Police Training Centre monitoring officer) in Kuala Lumpur.

9. Tunku Jalil is the first Johor prince to serve in the police force. He completed a nine-month training course to become an Inspector.

10. Unlike other royals, Tunku Jalil did not play polo due to an allergy to horse hair.

11. Tunku Jalil had been diagnosed with liver cancer late last year. He previously underwent a liver transplant at the First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University in Guangdong, southern China, on Dec 10, 2014.

12. Because of his son's illness, Sultan Ibrahim set up the Tunku Laksamana Johor Cancer Foundation, which helps cancer patients in need of financial aid and treatment

- Source: Astro Awani | December 07, 2015