Sunday, September 1, 2019

A Nasi Lemak Place

Opening next week! A convivial place where you can find the quintessential Malaysian comfort food that is bound to win instant fans! 

A 13-year-old culinary quest is taking the shape and form as The Nasi Lemak Co. and it is located at LG-34B, Central i-City Mall at Persiaran Multimedia i-City, Seksyen 7, Shah Alam in Selangor. 

A cozy and welcoming spot where you can indulge in your favorite nasi lemak. It is familiar yet different. It is piquant, savory and mouth-watering. It is nasi lemak that I consider sui generis. 

I had the privilege to sample one version on Friday and I was instantly impressed. And I've resisted the temptation of uploading photos of the nasi lemak here  I want you to go and personally check out The Nasi Lemak Co. and like me, you'd be deliciously surprised and delightfully hooked.

Really, it has the nasi lemak to die for! 

I'm not in the habit of recommending eating places and on the rare occasion I do  as in this case  it must mean that NALE (The Nasi Lemak Co.) is extraordinarily special!

Friday’s Europa League draw saw Celtic finding themselves in a tough Group E:

Swedish teenage activist Greta Thunberg (left) has taken her weekly campaign for stronger action on climate change to the gates of the United Nations, urging "everyone who cares about our future" to join her and other young environmental advocates when world leaders gather in New York City this month. 

She joined 14-year-old New Yorker Alexandria Villasenor on Friday, who began picketing outside the United Nations in New York in December. 

A couple hundred other young protesters supported them with signs that read "Help my home is on fire", "If you won't act like adults, we will" and "Science not silence". 

Their chants included "we are unstoppable, a better world is possible" and "sea levels are rising and so are we". 

Another rhyming slogan used by activists was "No more coal, no more oil, keep the carbon in the soil". 

Thunberg will speak at a September 23 climate summit during the annual gathering of world leaders for the UN General Assembly. She sailed into New York Harbor on Wednesday in a zero-carbon emissions boat, completing a nearly 14-day journey from Plymouth, England in the UK 

On that same Friday too, Thunberg met with UN General Assembly President María Fernanda Espinosa. 

“I think this summit needs to be some kind of breaking point, tipping point, where people start to realise what is actually going on”, Thunberg told Espinosa. 

Let’s hope so.

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