HOMEDEC – 2018 Home Design & Interior Exhibition

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Date: 26-29 April 2018

Time: 10.00a.m to 8.00p.m

Venue: Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre

This sexy event is at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre from 26 to 29 Apr 2018 (Thursday – Sunday). Expect HOMEDEC-only deals available nowhere else, enormous savings on the finest brands and a series of the exciting events with fantastic rewards. Raised heart beats, shocked expressions, eyes wide open, goose bumps. These are a few of the things you may encounter at the latest HOMEDEC exhibition. If you’re in preparation to renovate or refurbish, upgrade or upkeep or simply a home lover, be prepared for an excitement like none other. Everything will turn you on, from the latest designs, to the most beautiful objects of your desire to tempting ideas, and all-around best deals. To entice you further, some of the most premium brands, as well as industry experts on home design and interior will be here.

29th International Invention, Innovation and Technology Exhibition (ITEX 2018)

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Date: 10 – 12 May 2018
Venue:Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre

More than 1000 inventions from 23 countries, creative minds from all over the world present themselves at ITEX. High regard of ITEX medals particularly for market introductions of innovations
ITEX is where commercialisation of inventions take place. 85% of exhibitors surveyed met the objective of their participation. ITEX will be held in 2018 for the 29th year. This is the proof of the show stability with more than 77% of exhibitors surveyed will exhibit again in 2018, the proven brand for our loyal exhibitors. Added value with range of free lectures and supporting programmes relating to innovation.

Malaysia Hotel Engineers Association Exhibition & Gala Dinner

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Date: 20 April 2018

Venue: VE Hotel & Residence Bangsar South City.

Exhibition: 11.00 a.m to 6.00 p.m

Admission: Free
Audience : Open to all

Exhibition Booths:
1. Sharp Malaysia
2. Weimar Sdn Bhd
3. Acson Malaysia
4. MES
5. Pinnacle Win Sdn Bhd
6. Best Coating (Asia) Sdn Bhd
7. Base One Engineering
8. Assured Engineering
9.  ISSB Indukseri Sdn Bhd
10.Water City Filtration Sdn Bhd
11.Approved Forensic Sdn Bhd
12.D&N System
13.NGC Energy
14.ESI Technology
15. IETCO Sdn Bhd
16.Hydromission
17. Carrier Malaysia
18. O’Connor’s Engineering Sdn Bhd
19. Roman Asia Sdn Bhd
20. Slick duct Sdn Bhd
21. Garlund (Shanghai) Co. Ltd
22. Sharp Electronic
23. Waterco Sdn Bhd
24. IrisPro UV+420 Optical Solar Film

Dinner: Only by invitation

Time: 7.00pm

UV Level Now Extreme

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http://www.thesundaily.my/node/531027

PETALING JAYA: The public should be concerned by the high level of ultraviolet (UV) radiation in the country, and should take measures to avoid its harmful effects. According to the Meteorological Department (Met Dept), the UV index reading here varies with the time of the day, and could reach a high of 15 in the afternoon on a clear day. Its Atmospheric Science and Cloud Seeding Division told the Sun the readings reach their peak between 10am and 3pm on a typical day, and that readings for this year have been comparable to previous years. Any readings of 11 or more are considered as extreme, according to the international standard measurement of the level of UV radiation exposure. “It means extreme risk of harm from unprotected sun exposure. Take all precautions because unprotected skin and eyes can burn in minutes,” the World Health Organisation explained on its website. Dermatologist Dr. Nurashikin Ahmad said long exposure to extreme UV radiation of over 15 minutes could cause both acute and chronic long term skin effects.
“Those with sensitive skin for example are more exposed to these acute effects, like having itchiness, and sun burns. As for the long term effect, it could lead to photo-ageing like wrinkles or even skin cancer. “So in general, the public should be worried, because considering our climate, we are exposed most of the time to sunlight,” she said. Consultant dermatologist Dr. Ch’ng Chin Chwen said even for a person with good skin, extreme UV exposure could trigger skin diseases, or lead to dry skin and more pigmentation. She added that while sunscreen helps reduce this, it does not block UV rays completely. “Umbrellas too do not filter UV completely, and you can even still be exposed to the dangers of UV through reflections from windows and cars,” she said. The Met Dept said it is hard to gauge the average value of the UV index as it is totally dependent on the location, weather conditions and the amount of cloud cover.