2018年4月21日星期六

乌打

乌打



乌打(也称乌达,马来文:Otak-otak),是一种以鱼肉泥与各种香料混合,放进香蕉叶或亚答叶包裹拿去炊蒸或烘烤的食品,在东南亚一带非常常见,也是马来西亚柔佛州麻坡(Muar)的代表性美食。

Otak在马来文意指“脑”,在印尼一带的乌达多以灰白色为主,看起来像人脑,因此被称为Otak-otak,马来西亚和新加坡一带的乌达因混合了辣椒、巴拉盏、黄姜粉等香料,是呈橘红色的,且大多使用亚答叶来包裹。

~维基百科~

2018年4月20日星期五

U Mobile and WeChat Introduces Unlimited Data For Chinese Tourists

U Mobile and WeChat Introduces Unlimited Data For Chinese Tourists

U Mobile today announced a partnership with WeChat to launch the U Mobile WeChat Go SIM. This new prepaid SIM will offer Chinese tourists unlimited data to enjoy social messaging on the WeChat app and free Lingcod TV subscription whilst having unlimited data to stream over 100,000 hours of high-definition movies, documentaries, and educational content out of China.

The new U Mobile WeChat Go SIM will be the only WeChat Go cobranded prepaid SIM in the country and it is packed with other value-added services including 1GB of free roaming data for Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia and 60 minutes’ worth of IDD calls to China or calls made in Malaysia.

The launch of U Mobile WeChat Go SIM is very timely as the Malaysian Tourism and Culture Ministry is targeting to attract eight million Chinese tourists by 2020. With more and more tourists from China visiting Malaysia, the U Mobile prepaid WeChat Go SIM is well positioned to meet all their connectivity demands.

“With the new U Mobile WeChat Go SIM, the whole WeChat ecosystem goes beyond just social messaging. Together with WeChat, we will work on packing even more benefits like mobile commerce into the WeChat Go SIM not just for Chinese tourists but for anyone who is a user of WeChat,” said Jasmine Lee, Chief Marketing Officer, U Mobile.

U Mobile WeChat Go SIM will be available from 6 December 2017, and Chinese tourists may opt to purchase the prepaid SIM pack from Sunway Media retailers in China prior to travelling. The SIM card will also be available at 138 U Mobile outlets in Malaysia as well as the various international airports in the country such as KLIA and KLIA 2.

Resourced from Tech ARP | 6 December 2017