A Ho-Ho-Ho Holiday Feast at The Royale Chulan, Seremban

Give your tummy a reason to be jolly…..

It’s that time of the year again- a time for turkeys, cranberries and a dusting of cinnamon on everything. Instead of slaving over a hot stove, you can leave the cooking to the professionals this Christmas and enjoy a relaxed, satisfying meal at The Royale Chulan, Seremban.

I was delighted once again to be invited to dig into traditional roasts, turkey, fresh seafood, customary desserts and much more only at The Royale Chulan, Seremban.

Baked Salmon- “Perfect for family or company, this dish is rich in flavour but light enough to keep your waistline in check.”

The lamb morsels in this Lamb Stew just melt in your mouth and so do the potatoes. This recipe is uncomplicated (a one-pot meal!) and it simmers in the oven for awhile so every bite is completely delicious. The lengthy (and care free) baking time creates a most satisfying broth consistency. Even if you have no clue what the old days were like, this lamb stew will take you there! This hearty lamb stew is a meal in itself and so satisfying! 

Apart from the classic and contemporary dishes, guests can expect a full line-up of salads, appetisers, soups and main courses and not forgetting the heavenly melt-in -the-mouth desserts specially curated and put together for a lavish Christmas treat!

Sugar filled happiness this season!

It was such a privilege to have all the above types of carvery and roasts on my plate. I took my own sweet time to savor each bite with every bite bringing back sweet memories of Christmas merry making.

Pizza….glorious pizza!

Indulge in a lavish Christmas buffet spread and celebrate the joy of Christmas. Tuck into a wide variety of mouthwatering Christmas goodies and heartwarming festive desserts. This year’s Holly Jolly Christmas with exquisite decorations will get you into the Christmas spirit in no time at all.

Celebrate Christmas this year with a big bang at The Royale Chulan, Seremban’s Christmas buffet!

Asiatique Restaurant will not only serve its regular buffet of Chinese, Indian, Malay, and Western offerings, but also special seasonal dishes including garlic-marinated roasted leg of lamb, roasted turkey, and beef with Yorkshire pudding! Don’t forget desserts either, as the buffet will have tonnes of Christmas goodies to sink your teeth into, such as yule logs, Stollen and cream puffs.

For more information and reservations, please contact http://www.royalechulan-seremban.com or email info@royalechulan-seremban.com or call 606-766 6666.

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VE Hotel and Residence, Bangsar South Food review

So, a 70th birthday is a momentous occasion, to be commemorated just as a nation commemorates its birth or as an organization celebrates its founding. Still, it is much more than an occasion to receive gifts. It is a chance to remember the day, to celebrate and give thanks and to reflect upon how well we are filling our calling.

Last Sunday, my father in law, Mr Dore Rajoo turned 70 years of age, so his children planned something special for him, because we believe that is it good to be thankful for what we have in life and what we have accomplished together, as a family. A birthday is a time to celebrate birth itself, the joy of life.

We took my father in law and mum in law to VE Hotel and Residence, Bangsar South. Sometimes when eating out, simple meals with relaxed ambiance makes for the best experience. VE Hotel and Residence is a gorgeous residence hotel that has been operating for several months and is stating to light up at the ‘hype-mosphere’…..

Hmmmmmm…”whatever that tickles your fancy”

I was impressed with the menu selection. From Malaysia’s rich heritage of flavours to International delicacies….People often advice me to eat breakfast like a queen, lunch like a princess and dinner like a pauper but when it come to today’s food review at The Straits Estate at VE Hotel and Residence, it’s the best excuse to feast to my heart’s content!

Seafood Tom Yam Pasta

IMG_20181028_123739.jpgWhat impressed me was the prawns. It had the right formula. The creaminess of the broth was overwhelming for my palate (even though, we were charged extra for requesting to add extra prawns)

Mee Mamak Penang

How do we jazz up a plate of boring looking ‘mee mamak’? Presented in a large plate, and type of ingredients are what you normally find in a traditional ‘Mee Mamak Penang’…..the prawns and squids lends a splendid texture that leaves me wanting for more.

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Nothing is more welcoming that a rich and ‘healthy’ plate of oven baked Salmon with generous servings of potato wedges. This dish was super addictive.

My sister in law and I ordered the Flame Grilled Chicken Chop. The ingredients were submerged in a classic home-made mushroom sauce, generously served with fries. It gives way to the juicy layers of well-seasoned tender and fresh chicken meat…oooommmphhhh…

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Caesar Salad

Caesar Salad gets its swagger from a great Caesar dressing. Hail the Caesar Salad- whether it’s the classic with romaine lettuce and croutons  or more involved preparations with grilled chicken- Meal Salad perfection!

It was not difficult for all our attention to be arrested when this platter was served, The Fish and Chips. The skin was crispy brittle and you can hear the crackling sound when you bite the skin. The first bite producing a noisy crunch from the skin before it gives way to the tender fish meat under it! The kids loved this dish!

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Lamb Shank Kandar Rice

The combination of rice and Lamb Shank- These two parts served together made a sublime taste! Basmati rice is the perfect accompaniment. The most important thing is that the meat should have bones with it! Yes! It does have an effect on the taste of the meat. The warmth of the spices in this dish are counter balanced by the lemon juice and mint.

Paneer Jalfrezri

Is a spicy Indian rice, delicious and aromatic Indian rice entrée made using fragrant basmati rice, cooked with whole spices, saffron and Paneer. Paneer is one of the most celebrated ingredients in Indian Cuisine. It becomes the hero of the dish whenever its used. An amazing Paneer Jalfrezri that tastes delicious with bursting flavour of spices.

Bhindi Bhajee

Lip-smacking not-so-spicy bhindi bhajee with okra and or course with exotic Indian spices especially with a strong flavour of cinnamon. Crisp and comforting! Beautiful pieces of bhindi fried along with some basic spices and a mouth-watering addition of coconut, Bengal gram and mustard seeds together with biryani rice. Cooked to perfection.

Saag Aloo

This delicious and flavoursome Saag Aloo is a classic Indian dish that was so simple and is the perfect side dish to accompany with briyani. Seasoned with black mustard seeds, grated ginger and turmeric, this dish will have your taste buds dancing all over the place. It satisfied our cravings, yummy-li-cious eastern indulgence!

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Nasi Goreng Kampung

Sounds simple? Do not let that fool you though. If you want a kampong style fried rice that totally feels ‘home cooked’, this is it! This dish comes with pieces of chicken satay, anchovies (ikan bilis) fried eggs and fried chicken. Both cooked the similar way most of us cook them at home, just a whole lot nicer than perhaps, LOL. The chicken is fried in its simplest form, with just the right amount of salt and spice. Imagine the combination of all the things I mentioned, on a plate- it tasted delicious! I would totally order this on repeat.

VE Hotel and Residence, Bangsar South City, No.8, Jalan Kerinchi, 59200 Kuala Lumpur. Tel: +603 2246 2888 or email info@vehotel.com

 

 

Putrajaya Night Marathon Race Review

You might have heard Frank Sinatra’s famous number “Singing in the rain” at some point but to some, running in the rain is where it’s at.

Last Saturday night, this was what happened at Putrajaya Night Marathon. Bad runs happen way more often than we would like for them to. It’s a frustrating part of a runner’s life. We learn to take the good with the bad. While we row to move onward and upward every time we have a bad run, we still sometimes beat ourselves up over it.

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Last Saturday, I was primed to have the most awesomest run ever.

As runners, we take pride in the fact that we complete regardless of the weather. Rain or shine or anything else that Mother Nature throws our way. However, racing in cold and rainy conditions can be debilitating and dangerous. Taking some precautions can mean the difference between a fast time and a detour to the medical tent.

Running in the rain involves your senses more. This, some feel, gives you an edge in focus and concentration. To me, when you are running through or around puddles or uneven paths, it makes you more conscious. It becomes a different kind of workout and get to recap the benefits of that.

It was a pretty crazy scene at the starting line for the 21km half marathon. Athletes fitted bandanas ponchos and trash bags, and it got worst after that, watch your steps, runners!

Runners for the Putrajaya Night Marathon battled freezing downpour, lightning and thunder and fierce headwinds last Saturday, about 11,500 runners on the streets in bone-chilling conditions.

Severe storms hit Putrajaya the moment the 21km half marathon was flagged off. Rain lashing down on our faces and bodies. At the 2km marker, runners faced hazards ranging from water cascading down the running routes, thunder, lightning and rain.

As the storm gathered it’s fury after the flagged off, downed frees, inundated roads and strong winds caused runners to battled on even though, we were looking for shelter and a safe place to huddled but we could not find any….None….

It wasn’t long before my brains told me to just quit. It became clear to me, that this situation is just to dangerous and extremely to risky to proceed. While I was having this serious thoughts and conversations between me, myself and I, I reached the second water station ,which I almost crashed into due to the arrangements by the organiser by putting tables filled with water and 100plus opposite sides, somehow the 100plus was tasteless due to the heavy rain. At that point of time , I was ready to called it-Quit!

Somehow, there were no signs of the event being cancelled. Runners were still battling in the rain, lightning and thunder and moving forward. I too kept running, not sure running to finish the race or running for my life. I was desperate and worried, knowing that my ‘sole’ mate-hubby, a fast runner who was also somewhere out there. All I could do was pray and have faith. Then I saw the light … ‘a torch light’ flashing, by one of the marshals, many runners stopped @ the 7.5km,so I too, being Ms KPC a.k.a. ‘Kay-Poh-Chi’, wanted to know what was the commotion about, only to finally been told that the race was officially cancelled (FYI-my Garmin showed 1 hour after flagged off time)

Many runners didn’t know the race was cancelled until the very end. It was raining pretty intense. Conditions worsened. Most of the course was covered with water and runners feet were at all time in the water.

I was a little confused, I took the turning and followed the marshal’s instructions, however, there were hundreds more runners just kept running into the other direction- the other way.

What perhaps wasn’t so positive (but ultimately maybe is in the hands of the organisers) a contingency plan:- to inform the 11,500 runners about the cancellation of the event/run A.S.A.P because, time is the essence – how to convey the message promptly and A.S.A.P!

Runners who were still on the course were told by the officials that the race was called off and to take shelter. Heavy lightning was moving in and skies were opening up. Officials closed the course and diverted and re-routed runners to the end.

Although race was called off but there were still marshals directing us to the right direction in the heavy rain. Thumbs up to all the volunteers!

The organisers should understand the anguish and huge disappointment that this has created, runners truly understand that safety comes first and we accepted that the race was called off, however, prompt information and quick action and response should have been taken immediately to convey the information to all the runners that the event was cancelled.

No matter where you live in the country, rain can happen on race day. Well, we have races that are called ‘Rain Run Half Marathon’ for a reason. Racing in the rain is not ideal, but it certainly is reality!

We learn something from every run we take on and usually that lesson is the importance of perseverance-and other times, we learn about letting go and trying again.

Running a marathon or half marathon in the rain isn’t an exciting thought, what worst, the event being cancelled. However, you can’t change the weather, so best strategy is to be prepared. Expect the unexpected!

Zumba Sisterhood written by Joanne Wong

Every once in a while, you have that extra special something that you look forward to in life. Hard days don’t matter. You forget about all the petty stuff around you and just charge on counting the days till your happy moment comes.

It was exactly like that for me when I first found out that Loretta Bates was going to be in Abu Dhabi. As a young Zumba Crew back in 2015, I followed her pages on Instagram and Facebook to learn choreographies and read her inspiring messages every day. I could not believe she would be coming here.

As the days came closer, I was wondering if I would get a chance to attend her masterclass event and wanted to know how to get tickets. I told Nada it’s my dream and I would give anything to go and to my biggest surprise, Nada made my day, no not just day … she made my year….. When she handed me the ticket and said – “Yallah Jo, you’re coming with me!” I was overjoyed. This is real. I am going!

At class that evening, with the ticket in my purse, my moves were sexier, my jumps were higher, and my screams were louder, still in disbelief as started my count down. Nothing was going to keep away from Loretta’s Masterclass.

I followed Loretta closely on social media as she made her way to the Middle East, Lebanon, and Turkey and … here she comes, Abu Dhabi.

Going nuts that the weekend was so close and I had nothing to wear. Fretting and panicking. Yeah, nothing to wear at all. Although I have 2 large basket full of Zumba wear, I had nothing to wear. I was careful, looked after my health and made sure that nothing would go wrong on that the beautiful Saturday. Woke up early that day, had an amazing breakfast, stayed home, didn’t accept any lunch dates with anyone and kept watching the clock. I got ready as early as I could and waited for the perfect time to leave the apartment. Yes, that being said about having nothing to wear, I finally found something to wear. An old Hip Hop Honey Pink top and a black Zumba legging. Nothing to shout about, pretty simple but comfortable. Hoping it was enough.

Arriving at the Westin Spa and Resort in my old Zumba wear, feeling like most beautiful woman on earth, to be greeted with racks and racks of new Zumba wear, made me cringe. I looked for my purse and I was in Zumba heaven. I picked out a few tops and went over every single item on display. To be honest, I wanted to get one of each on the display but had to remind myself that there were other commitments for the month and practiced deep breathing as I took only one piece to buy as a keepsake for the event. In my excitement, I forgot to inform Nada that I have arrived. Nada caught me in action and we greeted each other the usual way we do every time we see each other, not caring who is watching us, we kiss, we scream, we shout and jump for happiness, it makes sense to us as we have that z- connection although you make think it’s absurd if you knew we were together the day before, it just made sense to hug every time we met. This ladies, is what I call the amazing sisterhood in Zumba. You don’t have to be of the same ethnicity, same nationality or age, but you just connect through Zumba.

Time just froze for me that evening and as we waited for the masterclass to start, heart racing – palms sweaty, we took photos and took in as much as we could of our surroundings. My first masterclass with a Zumba Public Figure, no idea what to expect. Could I follow her dance steps, will I be able to see her? Will she see me? What if I can’t find a spot to dance?

Sharp 5, Loretta appears on stage, glowing and as beautiful as ever. The energy in the crowd – was a hundred Zumba classes put together!!

She made it a point to remind everyone in the room to not judge each other and have fun. I was feeling on top of the world when her playlist started and was in awe that her steps were so easy to follow. She is real, down to earth and full of energy. The crowd went wild with moves and we had so much fun. Imagine sweating just as I would at a normal Zumba session and here we were more than 300 people dancing and I am able to break such a sweat. Amazing. We danced for an hour and half and she ended the class with an apt song “This is me”. A song with a powerful message. Loretta is an inspiration and I will always remember what she said and the message will stay with me forever.

Thank you Nada for this amazing experience. One word – awesome. Time just went by with each song and the ZINs made the event even more fun when they joined Loretta on the stage. Zumba is all about fun. Loretta was right, no one is better than the other. We are all different and we all have our own talents and that makes us unique.

I remembered the day I fell in love with Zumba. My first attempt was frightening, I was not able to coordinate my hands and feet and could not tell the difference between right and left. The experts were giving me the looks … I bumped into the ladies and may have annoyed one or two of the gym members. I was ashamed but kept at it, from the back of the class I have I worked my way to the stage, who would believe that!

One day a few weeks later, I decided that I would laugh at myself when this happened. Although no one was laughing at me, I laughed when I went to wrong way or bumped into someone. Soon I had people laughing with me. I started to make friends. I started to request for songs that I loved. Zumba is about smiles, it’s about fun. Zumba does not judge. It was not so bad and before time, my body started to remember the moves and coordination happened!

I watched YouTube videos, danced in the shower (don’t judge) and anywhere I could to practise and soon there I was with Nada on the stage. I was also doing Zumba in my head all day (now you know why I have been smiling without a reason in my office). Only those who Zumba will know what I mean.

I started remembering the song titles and worked hard to remember the choreography. If you asked me what my talent is, I’d say screaming and shouting and adding to noise in the class. I love motivating the ladies to keep on moving until the song ends.

I made good friends at class and shared many happy moments and smiles with these ladies. We became Zumba sisters, no one was better than the other. We are all special in our own way. This is for you Moon, Rouba, Maisoon, Maysoon, Mona, Sara, Noor, Marwa, Tahrah, Nass, Ghanya … ❤ just naming a few as my list can on for pages! Christine Wong – my one and only sister who shares my love for Zumba, it is a joy to share this passion with you ❤

As women in the world today, there are days when you just want to stay in your pajamas and not do anything or just get lost and go away for 3 months or more falling off the face of the earth. Just to get away from the drama that keeps hitting you from all corners of the world. Drama that sometimes you have no idea why it came your way. You pick up mess and try to sort it out. You get ignored by family members for no reason, you get people keeping away from you for no reason and you wonder why? You feel alone and you cannot understand the people around you.

Well, just so you know, it’s not you, it is them. Don’t get disheartened. My suggestion is, we find our happy place, be it McDonald’s or the gym and we let ourselves get lost there, we let the world take care of itself.

For me to get away from it all, is that one special hour every other day at the gym dancing my stress away with my sisters. Life always seems better after Zumba. Sadness goes away and we are stronger and we are able to pick ourselves up to face another day. We are no different from each other when it comes to experiencing life, we fall, we get up, we laugh and we cry, that’s just being human. But how we treat each other makes a difference, don’t give grief to one another, be there for each other, always remember, you may think you don’t matter to anyone but out there in the world– you always matter to someone.  Much Love! Joanne Wong

Cancer Awareness Run 5KM 2018 – Race Review

If you are looking for a run with a positive message and you like to run for a cause, then this is the run for you! The Cancer Awareness run 5km which was held on the 27 October at Mydin Mall organised by the Surgical Department, Hospital Tuanku Jaafar Seremban.

It was a truly an event for the whole family. We had mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, grandparents, you name it! With times ranging from under 30 minutes to over one hour. No matter how fast we all ran, we all ran together to celebrate the women in our lives and to raise awareness and to honour patients and survivors of cancer as well as the memory of those who died from the disease. Cancer impacts so many lives, and it’s amazing to see so many people come together to show their support!

On race day, ohhhh…..my hometown run. What a treat! But my mum and I still woke up ridiculously early to start fuelling and stretching, but without travel and parking to worry about. My mum, 70 years old and a breast cancer survivor too, was so excited that she was looking forward for this day to come. We couldn’t have asked for better weather conditions for the run. It was incredibly a gorgeous day!

The event started off with a short briefing about Cancer. It was truly a memorable moment for us being there, I am truly blessed to have my mum and daughter, Anjali to share this run and this fight with the rest of the cancer warriors out there! To Jen, Annalee, Dina, Aunty Doris, Nara and all the other warriors out there! Together we can beat it!

Then at 7.00 am , there was a warm up Zumba session by Celebrity Fitness. It was a fun filled Zumba dance routine which I always look forward to before any fun runs. Then at sharp 7.20am, we were flagged off. I did not leave my mum alone, we walked, we ran, we jumped, we skipped, we danced but we never stopped. I was truly amazed and proud of my mum, she did not hesitate neither did she nagged nor grumbled. She battled her 5KM journey with courage and strength! She is truly an amazing woman, wife, mum and what more can I say…… I am truly honoured and blessed to have her in my life and this run will forever be special and will forever remain in my heart until eternity. I am glad that I had the chance to run with Anjali and my mummy! Joanne, my sister, of course we did not forget you. Along the way, we were also busy ‘makcik bawang’ about you…and of course, I was your wake up call again this morning…..(buzzed you at 6am Abu Dhabi time….) Sorry but I Love you sis!

To me, life is not meant to be lived- it’s meant to be experienced!

And all who participated, whether it was by running, walking, volunteering, cheering, fundraising, made the event a success and a ton of fun. It was so nice to care more about our quality time, mother-daughter bonding time instead of keeping the pace throughout the race. We made so many awesome memories, laughed until our sides ached and got some really great pictures.

A great race doesn’t come from a PR or a new attained distance, but more from the memories and lesson you take away from them. As always, I was reminded of how much I love this sport and how special it is to share it with my mum and daughter!

It was a fun and well organised event, too bad that more people didn’t show up but I am hoping that next year, the word will get out! The route was nice, even though the roads were not fully closed but the organisers ensured all safety measures for the participants, there were lots of marshals and traffic police on duty all along the route, water station was well organised. Great little course, fun volunteers, a special thank you to Dr Sathias, for her patience and have been corresponding with me from the start of this event and a nice little running community-what more could you ask and want in a running event~

Behind each participant is a story of love, hope and courage that inspires them to support to the finish line. While reflecting on the many lessons I’ve learned on this journey, the fight against cancer, one of the most important thing is to ‘always do what you are afraid to do’, but remember, whatever you do, means so much more when you do it for someone else!

RUN OVER YOUR FEARS!

Lions Stride- Diabetes Awareness Walk 2018 & Sport Stacking Challenge at Royale Chulan Hotel Seremban

Participation is everything- raise awareness and get fit!

Make your footsteps count- with each step, you inspire and make a difference in so many lives.

Walk with your heart, not with your legs…..because this walk is not about achieving a certain time or individual goal, this walk is about making a difference! How? Doing charity and having good family and friends to share the memories with…….

A press conference was held on the 23 October 2018 at the Royale Chulan Hotel Seremban to launch the ‘Lions Strides Diabetes Awareness Walk and Sport Stacking Challenge’ in conjunction of the Diabetes Awareness month, which will be held on the 4th November, Sunday at 7.00 a.m, starting point and ending point will be at the Royale Chulan Hotel Seremban with the fee of only RM10.00 and a distance of 2.1 KM.

Mr Leo Kuscher, the General Manager, Royale Chulan Hotel Seremban, in his speech, said that his philosophy in life is simple, ‘health is wealth’! Therefore, aside from a set of freebies, T-shirt and goodie bags, a participant normally collects, Mr Leo Kuscher added, another wonderful and positive aspect of this walk organised by the Lions Club of Seremban Central is that it’s organised for a certain cause, in particular to create awareness and unite the public to show their support in living a healthy lifestyle! So sign up now at www.facebook.com/lionsclubofserembancentral or manual registrations can be done at CF Interior HomeDesign, No. 302, Ground floor, Jalan Haruan 5/7, Pusat Komersial Oakland 2, 70300 Seremban before the closing date 31st October 2018.

Ms Elynn Chua and Mr Jackie Goh also highlighted that during the event day, which will be held on the 4th November 2018, Columbia Hospital Seremban will also be collaborating in this event, they will provide health services such as free glucose test, blood test, medical consultation and many more activities at the concourse area of Royale Chulan Hotel Seremban. There will also be a Diabetes Awareness Talk during the event day. It is going to be a blast! A fun game sport stacking counter will also be provided for the public. In case, for those who are wondering what is sport stacking, allow me to enlighten you, it is also known as cup stacking or speed stacking, is an individual and team sport that involves stacking 9 or 12 specially designed cups in pre-determined sequences as fast as you can. Sport stacking is a fitness based sport that kids from all backgrounds and abilities can do. For the athlete and non-athlete alike! The sport stacking challenge will be held for the very first time in Negeri Sembilan!

So, hurry! What are you waiting for? Sign up now and be part of this event for hope, inspiration and motivation!

Let’s share this fight together!

Sidang Media Pelancaran ‘Lions Strides Diabetes Awareness Walk dan ‘Sport Stacking Challenge 2018 ’

Seremban, 23 Oktober- Pelancaran ‘Lions Strides Diabetes Walk dan ‘Sport Stacking Challenge’ telah diadakan di Hotel Royale Chulan Seremban. Dalam sidang media pelancaran itu, General Manager, Hotel Royale Chulan Seremban, Encik Leo Kuscher telah menyampaikan ucapan perasmiannya. Dalam majlis itu, media, peserta-peserta dari Sport Stacking serta ahli-ahli Kelab Lions of Seremban Central dan jemputan khas telah hadir.

Dalam ucapan itu, beliau mengucapkan berbanyak-banyak terima kasih kepada semua yang hadir. Beliau melihat bahawa kehadiran itu menunjukkan keprihatinan masyarakat tentang penyakit ‘Diabetes’ yang menjadi buah mulut dalam kalangan masyarakat kita hari ini.

Tujuan ‘Lions Strides Diabetes Awareness Walk’ dianjurkan bersempena Bulan Diabetes iaitu pada bulan November. Pesan orang tua-tua, mencegah lebih baik daripada mengubati. Yuran penyertaan hanya RM10.00 berserta ‘T-Shirt’ dan ‘Goodie’ beg. Pengubahan gaya hidup merupakan faktor utama dalam mencegah penyakit Diabetes malah program ini juga dapat mengeratkan hubungan silaturahim. Program ini akan berlangsung pada 4 November 2018. Taman Tasik Seremban dipilih sebagai lokasi dan jaraknya hanya 2.1KM. Tarikh tutup penyertaan pada 31 Oktober 2018. Orang ramai yang berminat menyertai program ini atau ingin mendapatkan maklumat yang lebih lanjut  boleh layari Facebook at FB/lionsclubofserembancentral

Sejurus selepas ucapan daripada Puan Elynn Chua dan juga penganjur Encik Jackie Goh, Atur cara yang kedua ialah ucapan alu-aluan daripada pihak WSSA- World Sport Stacking Association Negeri Sembilan iaitu Cik Lilian Goh, President, Persatuan Sukan Stacking Negeri Sembilan. Dalam ucapan itu, beliau menyatakan bahawa ‘Sports Stacking Challenge’  akan dianjurkan buat julung-julung kalinya di Negeri Sembilan. Seterusnya, beliau menyentuh tentang kepentingan mengamalkan gaya hidup sihat. Sports Stacking ini dapat mengisi masa lapang secara berfaedah, mengeratkan hubungan silaturahim bersama keluarga dan masyarakat dan juga dapat memupuk semangat bekerjasama dan persefahaman.

Sebagai intihannya, Sports Stacking ini perlu diuar-uarkan kepada masyarakat agar permainan ini tetap terlestari sampai bila-bila terutamanya dalam kalangan remaja bak kata pepatah ‘tak kenal maka tak cinta.’