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Baking with Panasonic Cooking

Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

 

It’s national dessert day and when else is best to share this dessert recipe I recently obtained at the Panasonic Cooking House Workshop led by Chef Collin Lim if not today? Those who followed my insta stories would have probably seen me posting stories from the event itself but to those who have not; this one is a keeper.

 

1.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

2.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

 

Together with Panasonic Cooking, we made Unicorn Cupcakes and this easy recipe makes 7 of them.

 

5.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

3.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

4.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

 

Ingredients for cupcake:

 

110 g plain flour
1.5 tsp baking powder
125 g butter
100 g castor sugar
2 eggs
0.5 tsp vanilla essence
2 tbsp milk

 

6.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

7.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

 

Ingredients for toppings :

 

White fondant Buttercream in various pastel colours Edible gold dust Black edible marker

 

Method:
1. Preheat Panasonic Electric Oven to 180°C on upper and lower tubes.
2. In a bowl, sieve together flour and baking powder.
3. In a separate bowl, cream the butter and sugar until white and fluffy.
4. Add eggs one at a time, creaming well in between each addition. Stir in vanilla essence.
5. Fold in flour mixture. Stir in milk. Be careful not to overmix.
6. Fill cupcake cups to about 2/3 full and place them onto baking tray.
7. Bake for 20 — 25 minutes or until cooked. Cool.
8. Decorate with fondant and buttercream — Make horns (push a toothpick halfway into each horn) and ears out of fondant and dust with gold dust, then leave to dry. Cover the cupcakes with rounds of rolled fondant. Attach the horns to the cupcakes. Pipe buttercream stars around the horns and attach the ears. Finish off with drawing the eyes.

 

8.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

 

We had a lot of fun here and the cupcakes were baked beautifully and evenly with Panasonic ‘s newly launched 38L electric oven. Barking made easy and swift with utensils by Chefology and Chef Collin did a fantastic job guiding us through the workshop.

 

9.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

 

Panasonic is celebrating the launch of their latest addition in their electrical appliances, the Panasonic Electric Oven NB-H3800SSK. Retail pricing at RM 669, Panasonic Cooking hosted this baking workshop at 1Utama with the tag line “Greater Flavours with Little Effort” and fellow influences are getting a glimpse of the easy to use and comprehensive functions the oven can offer. This Unicorn Cupcake recipe is one of the 12 recipes featured in the “Delightful Meals” ebook and at the same time, we also baked the salted egg yolk cheesecake with cornflakes crust to commemorate product partnership with Kellogg’s Malaysia for this event. Here’s the recipe for Salted Egg Yolk Cheesecake with Kellogg’s Corn Flakes Crust.

 

10.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

11.Panasonic Cooking House Workshop

 

Makes 4 cheesecakes

 

Ingredients for the cheesecake:
250 g cream cheese
50 g sugar
8 g cornflour
3 egg yolks
55 g cream
1/8 tsp salt

 

Ingredients for the salted egg yolk filling:
2 salted egg yolks (fully cooked, use egg yolk only)
20 g butter
18 g icing sugar
13 g custard powder
5 g cornflour
9 ml evaporated milk

 

Ingredients for the base:
75 g Kellogg’s Corn Flakes
35 g melted butter

 

For garnish, some Chicken floss

 

Method:
1. Preheat Panasonic Electric Oven to 180°C on upper and lower tubes.
2. To make the base, grind Kellogg’s Corn Flakes into powder.
3. Combine corn flakes powder and melted butter; press onto bottom of ring moulds. Chill.
4. For the salted egg yolk filling, cream butter and sugar then add in salted egg yolk followed by the remaining ingredients and mix well.
5. Place mixture into a piping bag and pipe into small dollops and freeze overnight.
6. For the cheesecake, beat cream cheese, sugar and corn flour till light and fluffy.
7. Next add in egg yolks, cream and salt. Beat till all is well mixed.
8. Spoon some cheese mixture onto the crust then place a frozen salted egg yolk dollop into the middle.
9. Then cover with another layer of cheese mixture.
10. Bake the cheesecakes at180c for 20 minutes or until center is almost set.
11. Once done remove from oven and let it to set in fridge overnight.
12. Remove from moulds and top with chicken floss before serving.
Tips: Microwave the cheesecake for 20 seconds before serving to get the flowing lava effect.

 

With separate upper and lower heat settings ranging from 70c to 230c, and analog knobs simplifying all operations for the user, as well as its double insulated glass door to prevent burning hot oven door, I say the oven is user friendly.

 

Panasonic Oven

 

But what captured my attention most on top of the precise control, is probably the automatic Fermentation function that produces optimum environment for fermentation. And that means hello yogurt in bigger batch, salut french loafs and annyeong kimchi. I’ll be sharing my experience and more cooking recipes with this oven soon.

 

For more information on the Panasonic Electric Oven NB-H3800SSK, visit http://cooking.my.panasonic.com

 

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Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar @ Bangsar

A good meal completed with a good dessert is the most perfect meal and if you know where to begin, desserts are more than just sweet treats. Upperhouse Bangsar is a place specialized in desserts that would put a smile across your face every time the plate of dessert is served upon you.

1.Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar @ Bangsar

The flow of dessert tasting starts with sweet and light refreshing Apple (RM 18), where there are thin slices of apple and kyuri as blanket, covering exquisite portion of hazelnut, chrysanthemum, vanilla, apple celery sorbet; all combined into a party of sweet refreshing tang texture of light juicy crunch from the apple slices. A light dessert after a heavy meal, a lot like a palate cleanse if taking just this.

2.Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar @ Bangsar

As the savouring continues, the journey moved towards heavier and richer sensations as it progresses. Lemon (RM 22) showcases mainly lemon curd, and even though presented with some distinctive flavours like vanilla, lavender, raspberry, and coconut ice cream; it wasn’t prominent with the obvious eggy husking over the rest of the elements on the plate. On a side note, Coconut ice cream was very fresh when I had it. Alas, I savour the ice cream as it is a whole lot more than together with the rest on the plate.

3.Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar @ Bangsar
4.Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar @ Bangsar

The Watermelon (RM 24) then came to salvage, and encompassing strawberry cotton cake, watermelon, hazelnut, basil, vanilla and a scoop of strawberry sorbet; this is particularly a food memory of Australia’s watermelon cake hype. The “artist” here painted the plate beautifully with the shade of watermelon red and while there isn’t really a proper way to eat this, you kind of just take all the bits and pieces mixing whatever flavours you think would work together- the perks of savouring deconstructed dessert dish. Generally, everything chosen by the chef matches well together in this one to create a refreshing bite of summer with the presence of watermelon in it.

5.Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar @ Bangsar
6.Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar @ Bangsar
7.Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar @ Bangsar

Moving to richer taste, Carrot Walnut (RM 20) is presented and plated with Greek yoghurt, clever addition of honeycomb, and added extra moist with a scoop of burnt honey ice cream. After this, it is time for the major-hit-amongst-their-customers- dessert to come into the lime light. The Mille-Feuille (RM 24)- with crispy and light flaky layers of puff pastry, orange milk chocolate mousse, pineapple, almond, and my favourite hay ice cream; this one clearly is a big hit because it was extraordinarily pretty. Let’s be honest, have you seen any other café with a pretty mille-feuille dessert like this one. Alas, the flavours didn’t work as well as the looks and it didn’t impress me as much as the presentation. Eating this blind fold kinda reminds me of Cadbury zip bar- specifically the orange flavour.

8.Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar @ Bangsar
9.Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar @ Bangsar
10.Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar @ Bangsar

Last but not least, something I’d strongly recommend. One of the mass favourite of course- Chocolate (RM 25). If you only get to pick one and only one dessert from this place, go for this one. But no, don’t restrict yourself to only one. That’s real sad.

11.Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar @ Bangsar

The consistency of the chocolate texture was totally on the point and it offered a nice balanced taste to go with the honey comb, and all the toppings as well as the pairing ice cream. And that we are talking about 70% Callebaut , toasted rice, burnt honey ice cream.

12.Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar @ Bangsar

The kitchen also serves savoury. I’ve sampled the Cacao Ravioli which comes on a bed of capsicum sauce and I love it. Handmade pasta, done the proper way – al dente, and every parcel filled with delish mix of cheese and yummy forest mushroom. Plus the board with pieces of fried chicken drumettes lining up and escorted with dollops of aioli, this two is a good way of light savoury start before sampling their desserts.

13.Upperhouse Bangsar
14.Upperhouse Bangsar
Upperhouse Bangsar
Upperhouse Bangsar

And finally, the newest addition to their menu, the beautifully stacked tiers of delicate and delicious bites and pieces of savoury and sweet treats comprising of most of their best selling. Except this one comes in more elegant petit sizes of stylish and graceful presentation. Afternoon Tea Set (RM 65) showcased their signature Cacao Ravioli, two types of sandwiches and Parmesan breadsticks on the lower tier; and on the upper tiers, that best-selling Mille Feuille, macarons, Chocolate Pralines, Dark Chocolate Cake, Passionfruit Trifle and Raspberry Banana Bread.

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16.Upperhouse Bangsar
17.Upperhouse Bangsar
18.Upperhouse Bangsar
19.Upperhouse Bangsar
20.Upperhouse Bangsar
21.Upperhouse Bangsar
22.Upperhouse Bangsar
23.Upperhouse Bangsar

The genius behind these pretty canvases of edible art work is Hester Ling and Gerard Ng, who are both professional pastry chefs that is not only clever and good at what they are doing, but incredibly passionate about desserts. This Australian-inspired dessert bar and kitchen that aims to introduce contemporary western cuisine and plated desserts to stimulate one’s taste buds is set with very simple vibe of casual setting to welcome family and kids. Chocolates in Upperhouse are
made to order using single origin cacao beans from Callebaut, reputed to be one of the finest
flavour cacao beans around due to soil, climate and habitat. So it is rest assured that chocolate drink is comforting at anytime of the day.

24.Upperhouse Bangsar
Upperhouse Bangsar

Striving to introduce the Australian-inspired casual dining with modern plating to the local food scene, it is totally a good bang for bucks because the ingredients are fine and well executed with plenty of effort and passion. I know this is a super lengthy post but click HERE for more photos on flickr.

Upperhouse Bangsar is located at:
27-A, Jalan Telawi 3,
Bangsar Baru,
59100 Kuala Lumpur.
Opening hours Tuesday – Friday: 11am – 10pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9am – 10pm
Closed on Monday
Telephone no. 011-28720083
GPS: 3.1317316,101.668824
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/upperhousebangsarkl/

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Agak Agak @ APW, Bangsar

 

Agak agak in APW caters to the trendier and more adventurous tastes but while they innovate and pushes the boundaries for a fusion excitement, this hipster space at this hippie enclave is offering its take on Asian comfort food, enriched by the embrace of western trend.

 

1.Agak Agak APW

2.Agak Agak APW

 

Starting with simple crispy fried chicke wings, they serve this tantalising wings with cream fraiche and a fallopian of black caviar. Simply called the Chicken and Caviar (RM 28), the combination of these two elements work well. Let the caviar finish sent the umami senses straight into overdrive with their generous amount.

 

3.Agak Agak APW

4.Agak Agak APW

 

Talked about usage of unique ingredients, further evidence of such excellent effort is seen in the Chili Pate Mee (RM 32) and Sapporo Wantan Mee (RM 32). The two is abandoning authenticity completely for sure. The first is obvious when incorporating chicken liver pate and kicap nitamago, and the second; red miso as the primary umami flavour for the otherwise lacking in taste wanton noodle.

 

5.Agak Agak APW

6.Agak Agak APW

 

The two dishes rendered far from the time-honoured flavour and the thing you’ll absolutely never get for sure is to have these combinations plugging into the definition of food memories. Such classic dishes being tempered with modern influences could turn out a fusion mess depending on how you look at it.

 

7.Agak Agak APW

8.Agak Agak APW

 

They are fine so long as you dismiss what they are and openly accepts it as something new. Prices are slightly on the heavier side but if you are up for some creativity and bold flavours, then why not? Take their home soup for instance. The serving of the day is my favourite Cauliflower Soup (RM 14) and they certainly spoilt their patrons when including a generous dollop of caviar into the smooth creamy soup of the day.

 

9.Agak Agak APW

 

Desserts are more likely to earn all spotlights with my all time favourite being the Earl Grey Milk Tea Cake (RM 14). Most of the desserts are classic desserts with with creative flavours of both traditional and contemporary coming together to create that spark of happiness. Think milk tea infused grey bundt cake draped in an earl Grey tea cream cheese frosting.

 

10.Agak Agak APW

 

Or a dense bundt cake made of local key limes for some tang sweetness. Tart and creamy, go for the Limau nipis cake (RM 14). Otherwise, the Kacang Tumbuk (RM 14) is offering yet another bundt cake made using three layers of local peanut candy, kacang tumbuk bits in, on and around it is ever ready to fill you up with all the sugar sweetness.

 

11.Agak Agak APW

12.Agak Agak APW

13.Agak Agak APW

 

For something a little more solid and friendly for sharing, go for the Pengat Pisang French toast (RM 22). It serves thick slice of custard milk bread pan seared and served with a side of pengat pisang and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

 

14.Agak Agak APW

 

Drinks menu is a single page list of some concoctions as well as some familiar taste of local palate. We tried Kopi Susu (RM 7.90) and Kopi O (RM 7)- our local ipoh coffee with and without condensed milk; and the Teh Serai + Halia (RM 10)- our local black tea with lemongrass and ginger. Everything were slightly a little sweet to my liking. And since the cakes are already devil sweet, I highly recommend requesting them to eliminate addition of sugar. Take the ginger tea without sugar. Make it a hot serving. Their perfect to pair with the cakes.

 

15.Agak Agak APW

16.Agak Agak APW

17.Agak Agak APW

 

Click HERE for more photos and their Menu on flickr.

 

Agak agak is located at:
29, Jalan Riong, 59100 Kuala Lumpur
Phone: +60 3-2788 3590
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/agakagakcommunity/
GPS: 3.1243612,101.6741068

 

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Never Ending Story with Just Heavenly, Pen Gallery and The 5tory

 

Remaining its novelty and committed to the best in quality when it comes to their cakes, Just heavenly delivers the promise of their dictum: “Designing Dreams, Serving Pleasure”. They should really take pride on the good ingredients and meticulous details when it comes to precise flavours. And true to form, their flawlessly formed cake ticks all the right boxes when they recently served it when hosting the Never Ending Story featuring the Pen Gallery, and the5tory.

 

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Both Allan and Nigel Skelchy started Just Heavenly in 2001, and it has been a journey driven by passion there is nothing other than perfection. With a story to tell, cake crafting isn’t the only way to celebrate moments in life. Allan is now bringing the tool to tell the story of your own and the brand -The Story…

 

2.Never Ending Story @ Just Heavenly Bangsar

 

Make notes, sketch, write or even draw on journal in leather wrapped collections of notebook made with 140gm paper, hand cut and sewn from beautiful leather to facilitate your own collection of stories. That’s made easy with the Pen Gallery.com-as they specializes in the sale of branded quality writing instruments.

 

3.Never Ending Story @ Just Heavenly Bangsar

 

From the intricate sugar flowers to the velvety tiers of fondant, a bespoke cake is a work of art. Watch this quick story from the event day and spot those beautifully sculptured cakes.

 

 

Follow all their social media to keep up with their events and activities and don’t forget to slow down on the digital lifestyle every now and then, and enjoy the delight and art of pen and paper.

 

Just Heavenly :
Website: www.justheavenly.biz
Facebook: www.facebook.com/justheavenly.my

 

The5tory:
Instagram: www.instagram.com/the5tory
Phone number :0123276326

 

Pen gallery :
http://www.pengallery.com
Facebook: www.facenook.com/pengallery

 

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Mr. Churro Malaysia @ Midvalley megamall

Eat your way to Seoul with Mr.Churro Malaysia!

 

Mr. Churro Malaysia in Midvalley megamall is currently running their contest for a chance to win a pair of tickets to South Korea. This really is the best time to go ahead and drop by for some of those tasty long star shaped snack with fillings or dips of your choice.

 

1.Mr. Churro Malaysia @ Midvalley megamall
2.Mr. Churro Malaysia @ Midvalley megamall

 

Watching how these lengths of choux pastry being piped from a star-shaped nozzle directly into the oil, and then later on sprinkled with cinnamon sugar, this one is recommended for those sweet tooth who like their churros hot and freshly made. Founded in Seoul in 2013, Mr Churro Malaysia has got a profound rendition into perfecting the flavours that’s love by fellow Malaysians. There is the Original Churro (Plain, Cinnamon or Milo) for RM 5.50 and an additional RM 1.40 for those lovely dips (salted caramel, strawberry, nutella).

 

3.Mr. Churro Malaysia @ Midvalley megamall
4.Mr. Churro Malaysia @ Midvalley megamall
5.Mr. Churro Malaysia @ Midvalley megamall

 

Then, there are of course a couple more of other flavours so why settle for one when you can have more? They have this Specialty Choco Chrunch Churro (RM 7.90) and the Cookies and Cream Churro (RM 7.90) that’s funky and exciting. I personally think that the later has slight advantage with the addition of moist from those luscious cookies and cream cheese piped onto the entire churro.

 

7.Mr. Churro Malaysia @ Midvalley megamall
6.Mr. Churro Malaysia @ Midvalley megamall

 

Quench the thirst and enjoy their fun beverage at RM 5.90 each. They have few creative recipe when it comes to making the fancy mocktails but their churro is absolutely the draw factor.

 

8.Mr Churro Malaysia

 

Don’t forget the ongoing contest that could win you prizes including your flight to South Korea. Now go ahead and enjoy these deep-fried sweet snacks with options of eating straight up from those chunky whole or cutting into sticks of convenient lengths to dip into the delicious dipping flavours.

 

9.Mr Churro Malaysia
10.Mr Churro Malaysia

 

Contest period : 20May- 20th July 2017. Watch Mr Churro appearing on my vlog here:

 

 

Mr Churro Malaysia’s first kiosk booth is located at :
LGK 03A, LG Floor,
Mid Valley Megamall,
59200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 017-882 0240
Opens: 10am-10pm daily
GPS: 3.1164941,101.676814
(Kiosk booth near Dunkin Donuts, opposite Nandos)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MrChurroMY/

 

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Häagen-Dazs™ new and limited edition Elderflower & Blackcurrant and Rose Raspberry & Lychee

Häagen-Dazs™ new and limited edition Elderflower & Blackcurrant and Rose Raspberry & Lychee

 

Flowers and fruits are probably the my next favourite thing after desserts and when I got to know about Haagen Dazs and their limited edition ice cream flavours, I was really looking forward to it. The popular Rose Raspberry and Lychee flavour returned to their Little Gardens collection alongside a new flavour – Elderflower and Blackcurrant. Now have I gotten your attention yet?

 

 

We are talking about blackcurrant flavour. How cool is that right? It was my first time tasting blackcurrant flavoured ice cream and to be very honest, it was mind blowing when sweet scent and aroma of the elderflower complemented the blackcurrant so well, it’s almost like a match made in heaven. To me at least, especially when these luxury fruity flavours are packed in limited edition packaging. The dense texture feels solid as the lingering taste melts in your mouth.

 

1.Häagen-Dazs™
2.Häagen-Dazs™
3.Häagen-Dazs™

 

Collaborating with Catherine Nice, known as Kitty McCall- an internationally recognized print and textile designer whose core products include art and textiles with bold, graphic and floral designs, the limited edition tubs are now in fine designs of this creative genius. Celebrating the power of spring, Kitty McCall’s ‘Limited Edition by Häagen-Dazs’ pack designs bring the new collection of flavours to life, intermingling traditional and contemporary design.

 

5.Häagen-Dazs™

 

Among the many ice cream in tubs, Haagen Dazs has always been the strong silent type that is well known for not only its supreme quality but also the innovative flavours. It’s easy to host a floral dessert party with these two flavours and pairing them with rose tea and fresh fruit is probably one of the simplest ways to serve your guest. Fancy accompaniments aside, what makes the flavours amazing is the distinctly aromatic creamy flavour in the ice cream.

 

4.Häagen-Dazs™

 

For an ultimate luxury ice cream experience, lookout for the fine craftsmanship and quality ingredient and a limited time only, log on to the Häagen-Dazs™ Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/haagendazsmalaysia/

 

6.Häagen-Dazs™

 

The pints are priced at RM 32.15 each and are available in all Häagen-Dazs™ outlets nationwide. Additionally, in conjunction with the Little Gardens collection, Häagen-Dazs™ will have a limited edition menu of in-store delectable creations. The menu includes Elderflower Cake (RM 88.90), Flower Fondue (RM 75.00) and Flower Rhapsody (RM 27.90).

 

Special thanks to Seanne for personally delivering the ice cream to me.

 

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Cookie nation Malaysia @ Kota Damansara

 

Baking their cookies fresh daily, Cookie Nation in Kota Damansara will earn itself returning customers if not a well deserved cult following. Their flavours are innovatively delicious, these classic American soft baked cookie are made at a satisfying size. A box of 6 could be really perfect for the sugar replenishing and they will be a joy for sweet tooth.

 

1.Cookie Nation @ Kota Damansara
2.Cookie Nation @ Kota Damansara
3.Cookie Nation @ Kota Damansara

 

Prices start from RM 2 onwards and to make it an ice cream sandwich, purchase any 2 cookies and pick one ice cream flavour for RM 5, and this ice cream sandwich also comes with a free topping.

 

4.Cookie Nation @ Kota Damansara

 

Walk in or preorder if you need your cookies for any occasion and my favourite? Those warm chewy goodness of chocolate and peanut butter as well as those with nuts and cheese. And yes, these binges are really sweet but they remained devilishly moreish.

 

Cookie Nation @ Kota Damansara  Review on blog at : http://wp.me/p1tyh7-1UB
6.Cookie Nation @ Kota Damansara
7.Cookie Nation @ Kota Damansara
8.Cookie Nation @ Kota Damansara
9.Cookie Nation @ Kota Damansara

 

On top of your caffeine fix, cookie nation is all about the milkshakes as well. Cookies are highlight but the list of shakes is not to be overlooked. Both classic and deluxe milkshakes sells at RM 8 and Rm10.50 with additional RM 1 to upsize to large serving. I had the Breakfast Milkshake Deluxe comprising of strawberry, museli and manuka honey and this one is a promising rush of sugar decadent.

 

10.Cookie Nation @ Kota Damansara

 

The space here is absolutely cool to lounge while enjoying the sweet treat.

 

11.Cookie Nation @ Kota Damansara
12.Cookie Nation @ Kota Damansara
13.Cookie Nation @ Kota Damansara

 

Click HERE for more photos on flickr.

 

Cookie Nation is located at:
D.G.13, Sunway Nexis,
1, Jalan PJU 5/1, Dataran Sunway,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor 47810
Opens Daily: 12pm- 11pm
Tel: +60 3-6143 1248
GPS: 3.151303,101.594349
http://cookienation.com.my/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cookienationmalaysia/

 

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