Photo Session of Working Committee

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Consumer Fair 2009 Working Committee

High Committee of Consumer Fair 2009

Activity Division

Design Division

Operation Division

Opening Ceremony Division

Promotion Division

Sales and Exhibition Division

Sponsorship Division

Get Smart, Spend Smart Episode 1

Monday, March 30, 2009

The Making of OUR Video

Thursday, March 26, 2009


World Vision Malaysia in Campus


Consumer Fair will bring World Vision Malaysia into campus very soon!

Date : 6th - 8th April 2009
27th - 28th April 2009
Time : 10am to 5 pm
Venue : Plaza Siswa MMU Melaka (6th - 8th April)
Exam Hall (27th - 28th April)

Do you know what is World Vision Malaysia?

Well, lets find out now!

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Inspired by our Christian values, World Vision is dedicated to working with the world's most vulnerable people. World Vision serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender.

World Vision helps the poor to help themselves, working with them to build sustainable futures for their children, families and communities through emergency relief, education, health care, economic development and promotion of justice.

In our Consumer Fair, we'll bring in the World Vision Child Sponsorship Programme!
Poverty is complex. It must be addressed in an integrated and comprehensive manner.
Your simple gift of RM50 per month can help us to find solutions to the myriad of challenges that a child faces growing up in a poor country.
Some of the FAQs are shown below:
Contributions from child sponsors are pooled together to be invested in long-term development programmes that will give your sponsored child, his/her family and community a brighter future.

Clean water
Clean water and sanitation can cut child death rates by half. World Vision drills wells, protects water sources and installs piping systems.

Health care
World Vision provides prenatal and natal care, children’s vaccination and treatment, HIV/AIDS awareness and counseling sessions, and training for health workers/parents to recognise and treat illnesses.

Food & Agriculture
World Vision provides seeds, tools and training so that the community can secure its own food supply, cutting death rates by another half.

Education is critical to your sponsored child’s future. World Vision helps the community to build schools and train teachers.

Economic Development
In poor communities, children are often pulled out of schools to help support the family. By teaching parents how to earn a stable income, children get to stay in school. World Vision does this by providing micro loans, and income generating skills training.
So..after knowing the benefits of involving in this programme,please do not hesitate to VISIT our booth at PLAZA SISWA @ 6th - 8th April 2009!

Your attention and participation is highly appreciated by Consumer Fair Committee, World Vision and Sponsored Child!
For further information, kindly visit

- Give a Gift, Give a Hope -

Consumer Fair 2009 Activities

Monday, March 23, 2009

Hello all, here are some informations about our activities during the Consumer Fair. Check it out!

Consumer Fair & Career Fair 2009

Date : 27 & 28 April 2009
Time : 10 am - 5 pm
Venue : Exam Hall & Mosque Square

Consumer Fair Opening Ceremony

Date : 27 April 2009
Time : 12 pm - 2 pm
Venue : CLC Concourse

Here are the schedule of our activities:

27 March 2009

1030- Ready to Go?
1200- Opening Ceremony
1430- Seminar “Menjadi Pengguan yang Bijaksana”
1600- Ready to Go? (continue)

28 March 2009

1030- Amazing Consumer
1230- Talk by Melilea Malaysia
1430- Forum “How to Spend Wisely during Recession”

Get Smart, Spend Smart Trailer

Monday, March 9, 2009


Tuesday, March 3, 2009


8.30pm SATURDAY 28th March 2009

What its all about?
It’s as simple as a flick of the switch.

What began as a campaign to get Sydneysiders to turn their lights off, has grown to become one of the world’s biggest climate change initiatives. In 2009, at 8.30pm on March 28, people around the world will turn their lights off for one hour – Earth Hour. We’re aiming to reach one billion people, more than 1000 cities, all joining together in a global effort to show that its possible to take action on global warming.

Earth Hour started in 2007 in Sydney, Australia with 2.2 million homes and businesses turning their lights off for one hour. Only a year later and this event had become a global sustainability movement with up to 50 million people across 35 countries participating. Global landmarks such as the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, Rome’s Colosseum and the Coca Cola billboard in Times Square, all stood in darkness, as symbols of hope for a cause that grows more urgent by the hour.

Earth Hour 2009 is a global call to action to every individual, every business and every community. A call to stand up, to take responsibility and to get involved in working towards a sustainable future. Iconic buildings and landmarks from Europe to The Americas will stand in darkness. People across the world will turn off their lights and join together in creating the vital conversation about the future of our precious planet.

Over 64 countries and territories are participating in Earth Hour 2009. This number grows every day as people realise how such a simple act, can have such a profound result in affecting change.

Earth Hour is a message of hope and a message of action. Everyone can make a difference.

Join us for Earth Hour 2009, turn off your lights at 8.30pm Saturday 28 March and sign-up here to be counted.

What you can do?
Turning your lights off for an hour is a great start. However, there are many other things you can do to make Earth Hour 2009 a success.

Sign Up Now.
Become a part of Earth Hour and get useful tips and tools to reduce your carbon footprint everydayTell A Friend. Better still – tell them, your family and even your work mates. Encourage them to sign up. Email them a link to this website and mobilise even more people!

Tell Your Story.
How is climate change affecting your family and your community? We want to hear how you're becoming part of the solution.Run your own Earth Hour. Download our quick guide for how to run Earth Hour in your city or town. It's easy!Downloads. Here are some great downloads to help you run your Earth Hour campaign. Poster, Logo, Stickers, Postcard-Front, Postcard-Back, iPhone Wallpaper, T-Shirt Logo, T-Shirt Mockup. Check back for more very soon.

Your Earth Hour. What will you be doing at 8.30pm on Saturday March 28? We're keen to know what you have planned for Earth Hour 2009. If you'd like to share your plans with Earth Hour and the media, then please send us an email describing with as much detail as you can what you have planned to Don't forget to include your name, where you live (City and Country), and your contact telephone number including your country code.Tell US What You Are Doing!

Take part in media opportunities: If you're organising an interesting or quirky Earth Hour event for your friends or neighbourhood, or are introducing energy efficient measures in the home, at school or elsewhere in the community, we want to hear about it!

The media is always interested in covering what people are doing for Earth Hour and we would love to keep them informed of all that's going on.

E-mail your information, with a contact e-mail or phone number to

Signup to GiverSign
Tell the world: Get the Earth Hour GiverSign and make your e-mails, blog posts, Facebook feeds and MySpace pages advocate the Earth Hour message. Let everyone know that you signed up to participate and that they should as well!

For any enquiries, kindly refer