Why Food Packaging Doesn’t List Exact Measurements for Each Ingredient

Did you ever notice that food products manufactured in Malaysia do not list all the exact measurements of all the ingredients on the packaging?  Consumers, those who run restaurants, and others in the various food industry realms of Malaysia may wonder the reason for this. Let’s look at some facts to enlighten you about this case. Regulations are more concerned about prohibited foods as a whole Regulations are more concerned about banned foods in Malaysian export market and the internal selling market than about the listing of the ingredients measurement on the product’s packaging. The premise seems to be that as long as the food is safe and legal, complying with set forth laws; then all exact measurements are not required to be listed. There’s exception of course, as the legislation determine that certain food products must list its ingredients measurement. It is left up to the consumer to decide if he or she wants to eat or sell products It is the premise that it is left up to the consumer to decide if he or she wants to eat or sell food products in Malaysia, even if all the exact ingredients are not listed on the packaging of the food products.  The consumer can at least read the ingredients to see what he or she is consuming or selling to others. After people consume the products, they will know if they want to continue to eat them or sell them on a regular basis; based on quality, nutrition, and taste. So consumer knowledge and experience regarding food items play a key role here. Though all the exact...

5 Simple Ways To Look Presentable At Work Even With A Hangover

Sometimes your job requires you to attend an event with plenty of booze around. Or sometimes you just need a good dose of happy hour with your friends to forget about your stressful day at work. Unfortunately, a night of drinking and partying may leave you looking worse for wear in the morning, which is especially bad if you had to go to work. Check out these five simple ways to look presentable at work, even with a hangover: Apply moisturizer for hydration Constant drinking of alcohol throughout the night could leave you with a dehydrated skin in the morning, making you look tired. Use a good amount of moisturizer before you go to work to plump up the skin and give it a glowing, dewy look. It’s highly recommended for you to use moisturizers that contain light reflecting properties to protect you from sun damages like wrinkles and dark spots. Wear BB Cream for instant glow If you’re pressed for time in the morning, simply dab on some BB cream to give your blotchy skin an instant glow. A BB cream lives up to its reputation as the miracle worker. The creamy formulation, which often comes in the shades of light, medium, and dark, works wonders in the evening out your skin tone, protecting you from sun damages, and serving as an all-in-one foundation, primer, moisturizer, and serum. Add some bronzer for some color A heavy night of drinking and partying could leave you with a colorless, pale skin in the morning. Your skin typically loses its natural color and sheen as the body detoxes from the alcohol....

A Guide for Expats in Malaysia: 7 Essential Tips to Comfortably Settle In

Malaysia is a global country, home to big conglomerates and a booming startup scene. Thousands of expats move to Malaysia to work and ride the growing economy. If you happen to find yourself on a plane to live and work in Malaysia, the move can be quite daunting because of the new surroundings and culture. Here are seven tips to comfortably settle down in Malaysia.   Join a Club or Organization Making friends can be difficult when moving to a country full of new people and a new culture. A quick way to meet like-minded folks is to join expatriate groups and societies. Luckily, Malaysia is home to a slew of organizations whether you’re from Asia, the US or Europe.   Set a Routine To feel comfortable in a new country, be sure to continue certain habits you had back home. If you work out in the gym every morning, find a gym you like in Malaysia. If you spend weekends hiking, Malaysia is home to hiking trails. Continue doing what you love to adapt comfortably.   Set Up a Bank Account It’s advisable to open a Malaysian bank account because of the change in currency. A Malaysian account will also help you in managing different income flows and alleviating the risk of exchange rate fluctuations.   Tour Around the City It can be daunting to settle down in a new country. There are many places you are unaware of and need to know before Malaysia feels like home. Join a professional tour or get a friend to bring you around. Deliberately exploring the Malaysia is the best introduction....