Monday, August 1, 2016

The Brexit Lesson

The Brexit lesson Malaysians must not forget!

Every single vote counts. And apathy destroys a nation.
I really pray and wish and hope that young Malaysians remember this important lesson! Save our country!
Fashion power house Louis Vuitton make the ultimate pinky promise – a pledge to make the world a better place for children.
The luxury brand teams up with UNICEF to launch a global initiative with the goal of raising funds that will benefit children in urgent need. To seal this promise, Louis Vuitton have designed a silver Lockit pendant and bracelet (available at LV stores worldwide and since January 13, 2016), in which for every one sold, $200 of the $500 purchase price will be donated to UNICEF.
With the launch of the "Silver Lockit," which was inspired by Georges Vuitton's original lock design from 1890, Louis Vuitton are hoping people will share the message on social media as part of their digital campaign #MakeAPromise.
‘Tis a good campaign. After all, when children make a promise, they take it seriously. The pinky promise is an instinctive yet genuine way to seal a promise and to share it with someone special.
In conjunction with the Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) Women’s Squash Invitational in Kuala Lumpur, Louis Vuitton and UNICEF used the opportunity to bring together squash queen Nicol David and five other squash players – from four different continents – to further promote and create greater awareness of this #MakeAPromise campaign.
L-R: Malaysia’s Nicol David (World #4) and Delia Arnold (World #18), India’s Joshna Chinappa (World #10), England’s Jenny Duncalf (World #14), NZ’s Joelle King (World #9), & Egypt’s Omneya Abdel Kawy (World #8).
L-R: Nicol David & Jenny Duncalf
L-R: Delia Arnold, Nicol David & Joshna Chinappa
Nicol David

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