The article about FemmeCity Exhibition at The Star today 21st June 2010..
ACG's members, from left Nirwana, Jane, me, Yati, Felicia and Abby
We will do craft demo at the Femme City
Me and Wendy, speaker fr Femme City.
We with Joice from The Star..the organiser fr FemmeCity
More picture just click HERE
*sorry for bad picture resolution, all pic taken from my Hp's camera...the quality one is from The Star Photographer..heheeh ;)
Article from THE STAR
Monday June 21, 2010
FemmeCity’s streets ahead
PETALING JAYA: Imagine a city built for women. What will it be like? We think it will look and feel like FemmeCity (That’s from the French la femme – pronounced as “fahm” – meaning woman!).
Where will you find FemmeCity? Well, it’s under construction right now in Kuala Lumpur. This ambitious exhibition and fair is being “developed” by The Star’s monthly women’s pullout, Clove, and it will be, as its tagline says, “Streets Ahead For Women”.
FemmeCity, to be held at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre from July 30 to Aug 1, is targeted at women who are intelligent, confident, discerning and willing to invest in products and services that help them look and feel good and improve their lives.
FemmeCity’s unique selling point is its concept, which is to reflect an actual living, breathing city. Thus, KLCC’s spacious halls consisting of 150 booths will be laid out like a metropolis. There will be specific “streets” covering beauty, fashion, health and fitness, women’s consumer products, services and hobbies.
Household brand names such as Canon, Triumph, Tupperware, Watsons and Himalaya have confirmed participation at FemmeCity.
And like a sophisticated city, there will be the Library, Clinic, Community Centre and Coffeeshop.
There is also the Playground which will keep children busy and allow parents to trawl the fair.
There is even Lads Lane – because we know the guys won’t be able to keep away, even if it is to carry the shopping bags or to keep the girlfriend or wife happy.
Another must-visit “street” is Mysteria Lane, where visitors can make an appointment with fortune tellers, palm readers and face readers. This is where you can get tips on enriching one’s life from reputable masters of the arcane arts like feng shui and vasthu sastra.
Students of renowned feng shui expert Joey Yap will be on hand to offer “destiny analyses”.
As an added attraction, visitors will be able to attend talks by Clove and Star columnists and experts on topics like relationships, modern etiquette, career and family and parenting.
Confirmed speakers are Yap, image consultant and Clove columnist Wendy Lee, master trainer Afa Omar, Qigong columnist Dr Amir Farid Isahak, vasthu sastra consultant T. Selva, self-defence instructor Joreme Blaine and StarTwo parenting columnist Ruth Liew.
There will also be French cooking classes as well as a cooking demonstration by the popular Amy Beh.
For those who enjoy a touch of glamour, there will be daily fashion shows by local and international designers and retailers.
Games and contests hosted by radio DJs from official radio stations RedFM, SuriaFM and 988 are also in the works to keep the city lively and exciting.
FemmeCity will be opened from 11am to 7pm daily. Admission is free. Those interested in participating as exhibitors in FemmeCity 2010 can contact Leong Yoon Loong or Joyce Goh at 03-79671388 ext 1243 or 1240. You can also log on to http://clovetwo.com/femmecity.