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INOX Opens its Third Multiplex in Chennai at OMR

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Entrance of INOX at Marina Mall Chennai (PRNewsfoto/INOX Leisure Ltd)
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~ Multiplex to have India’s first BigPix – INOX’s homegrown giant screen format  

~ Massive 8-screen multiplex comes up at The Marina Mall 

India’s fastest growing multiplex chain, INOX Leisure Ltd, announced the launch of its third multiplex in the city of Chennai. The newest INOX multiplex in Chennai has come up at The Marina Mall on the Old Mahabalipuram Road, popularly known as the OMR. The massive multiplex boasts of 1820 seats spread across eight imposingly designed auditoriums. The occasion also marks the launch of INOX’s homegrown giant screen format – BigPix in India. Each of the eight screens in the multiplex is soaked in comfort and equipped with the best-in-class cinema technologies for sound and projection. The multiplex operated its first show on Sunday, 31stMarch. INOX’s latest addition in Chennai would augment its presence in Tamil Nadu to a total of 31 screens across five properties.

Easily the largest multiplex of the buzzing and popular stretch of OMR, the all new INOX is comfortably located at The Marina Mall. Thanks to a smooth and breezy approach, the movie buffs in the region can enjoy a healthy dose of entertainment. The latest INOX multiplex is set to redefine the cinema viewing experience with its striking features including INOX’s very own big screen format, the BigPix, introduced first time in the country, with a larger than life stadium-like auditorium.

The auditoria are equipped with Laser projection system offering 300% brighter and crystal clear image quality and an outstanding uniformity with higher contrast. In addition, the theaters also offer a surround sound experience from the Dolby ATMOS system, for the guests to enjoy a thunderous feel. The immersive ambience of each auditorium compliments the vibrant 3D view, which is powered by Volfoni Smart Crystal Diamond solution.

The multiplex will boast of a string of customer-friendly digital features like paper-less check-ins, touch-screen enabled ticketing and interactive food-ordering. Guests would also get to experience INOX’s vibrant hospitality and gourmet offerings. The lively restaurant, Café Unwind, is designed to serve its specially curated mouth-watering preparations, even to guests who are not watching a movie. INOX has also introduced Kiddles, a bright and exciting play area for kids, amply loaded with toys, books, relevant activities and content.

Commenting on the launch, Alok Tandon, Chief Executive Officer – INOX Leisure Ltd, said, “Our latest multiplex in Chennai is a complete package of entertainment, excitement, comfort and delectable gourmet experience. It has the best of technology, coupled with comfort, class and convenience, and a wide range of food choices, even for the non-movie guests. With this launch, we have reiterated our focus on ensuring a wholesome experience to our patrons and creating a stronger bonding with them. We are looking forward to welcoming the most passionate cinema-lovers to the latest entertainment destination in Chennai.”

Designed upon an eclectic theme, the multiplex greets its patrons with a bold and electrifying entrance, seamlessly combining with the style and vibrancy of multiple formats and offerings of INOX, wonderfully depicting a convergence of various design identities with distinct appeal. INOX is already operating two multiplexes in Chennai, at Citi Center, Dr RK Salai and at Chandra Metro Mall, Virugambakkam. With this launch, INOX will expand its presence to 139 multiplexes spanning 574 screens across 67 cities in the country.

 

SOURCE: INOX Leisure Ltd

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MaGIC with MBA has launched Blockchain Researcher Lab program in Malaysia

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10th Oct Cyberjaya: MaGIC in collaboration with Malaysia Blockchain Association has launched a new program for Blockchain enthusiasts who wants to learn the component of the technology from basic layer to the application layer. The objective of the program is to spread awareness and knowledge on applying blockchain technology into business component.

Dato Rayson Wong, Chairman of the Malaysian Blockchain Association , delivered a speech at the launching ceremony of the Blockchain Researcher Lab. He said that the development of the blockchain  requires the government’s strong support and promotion to succeed, so he is especially grateful to the Malaysian Entrepreneur Development Minister (MED). ) YB Datuk Seri Mohd Yusof Md Redzuan  traction, contributed to the MaGIC Malaysian global innovation and creativity Center jointly launched the scheme, so that Malaysia played a key role in the block chain economy, promote the development of industry 4.0.

 

The highlight of this program is its Exploration Lab, where participants or researchers are allowed to play around with different cryptography algorithm, consensus mechanism and even run their blockchain solution.

TriveAcademy founder Tan Ji-Sheng   explained the main purpose of the blockchain researcher lab program, hoping to cultivate more blockchain professionals, while also allowing more small and medium-sized enterprises and innovation teams to better understand the blockchain and embrace the blockchain. And the blockchain technology will be incorporated into the application and create more value gains.

Companies are taking notice of these business benefits and embracing blockchain technology for its wide-reaching possibilities. From manufacturing to healthcare to supply chain and beyond, blockchain has much to offer. Therefore, they encouraged many industries to come and have the hands-on of the technology which will be exposed by expert only.

 

About MaGIC

At MaGIC , we believe in inspiring movement. Our mission is to build a Sustainable Entrepreneurship Ecosystem by catalysing Innovation & Creativity for driving Long – term nation impact.

About Malaysia Blockchain Association

Malaysian Blockchain Association [MBA] is an international Non-Profit social enterprise established with a global vision to build a sustainable blockchain community through Malaysia cooperation

 

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New Gluten-free Kaiseki, Vegan Menus, and More at Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo

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Gluten-free Kaiseki, a traditional Japanese multi-course dinner, is now available at Miyuki, a Japanese restaurant of Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo in Japan. The dinner consists of eight delicate dishes.
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Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo, known for its majestic Japanese garden and cultural heritage, has introduced vegan and gluten-free menu items including “kaiseki,” a traditional Japanese multi-course dinner, for international guests with dietary requirements.

According to the Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO), the number of international visitors to Japan has been rising significantly, hitting a record-high of 31 million in 2018, and is expected to grow further for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The number of international guests staying at Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo also grew over 30% from 2017 to 2018.

“Japan is often described as a gastronomic heaven, and international visitors express a keen interest in trying various foods during their stay,” said Hiroshi Izumi, General Manager of Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo. “As a leading hotelier, we constantly try to offer more and better culinary options for our guests, while satisfying their dietary requirements. We are happy to introduce new menus including gluten-free kaiseki, which remains authentic and will delight your palate and eyes.” Fujita Kanko, the hotel’s owner/manager, also opened a halal Japanese restaurant, Origami Asakusa, in 2018, offering authentic Japanese cuisine that meets halal requirements.

Two restaurants are now serving special menus:

Gluten-free Kaiseki at Miyuki (Japanese Restaurant):
An exquisite eight-course Japanese dinner is now available gluten-free, including soy source made with rice instead of wheat. For more details and reservations, visit:
https://www.hotel-chinzanso-tokyo.com/events/gfkaiseki/

Vegan and Gluten-free Menus at The Bistro (Casual Dining):
Both vegan and gluten-free four-course lunch and five-course dinner are available. For more details and reservations, visit:
https://www.hotel-chinzanso-tokyo.com/events/vegangf/

The hotel also serves vegan and gluten-free breakfast options.

Whether visiting Tokyo for business or fun, Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo, with its vast green oasis and a wide range of amenities and activities, is the perfect urban resort for those who want to enjoy a summer retreat in the city. The hotel’s one-of-a-kind rooftop space becomes a “Champagne Garden” during the summer.

About Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo opened in January 2013, and is owned/managed by Fujita Kanko Inc., a publicly-traded tourism industry corporation headquartered in Tokyo, which operates 70 properties/facilities throughout Japan. The hotel’s facilities include 267 guest rooms/suites, nine restaurants, 38 meeting/banquet rooms, and the largest hotel spa in Tokyo. Its renowned garden contains a wide variety of botanical species including 120+ cherry trees and 1,000+ camellia trees.

 

SOURCE: Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo

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New Project – “Think RICE, Think THAILAND”

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Thai Rice Standards Create the Global Confidence in Quality of the National Crop
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Thai Rice Standards Create the Global Confidence in Quality of the National Crop

The Department of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Commerce, Thailand has introduced a project called “Think RICE, Think THAILAND” to encourage international community to pay attention to consumer health and to raise awareness on the national crop by providing a wider range of knowledge, ranging from national agricultural history, standards and Thai rice quality.

Thailand, as a global leader in rice exports, established its first Thai Rice Standards on May 20, 1957, with the issuance of the Announcement of the Ministry of Commerce on the Establishment of the Thai Rice Standards. Subsequent amendments included the Thai Rice Standards 1974, the Thai Rice Standards 1997, and the Thai Rice Standards 2016 which has set up Thai Hom Mali Rice Standards, Thai Fragrance Rice Standards, and Thai Rice standards. Most recently, the Thai Colored Rice Standards were established in early 2019. These now serve as the benchmarks for the quality of Thai rice with definitions for both minimum composition and maximum limits.

The aforementioned Thai rice standards apply not only to the country’s rice exports but also to domestic rice trading and other stipulated matters. These criteria facilitate trade negotiations: There is no need for buyers and sellers to extensively detail specifications, including rice variety and grade, in their agreement; they simply have to refer the existing guidelines for the particular kind of rice they would like to trade.

To determine whether the quality of rice traded conform with trade agreements or established standards, a randomly selected sample of rice must be analysed. If the sample passes the inspection, the whole batch of rice is deemed in compliance with the accepted standards; however, if the sample fails, the entire batch is deemed unfit. This sampling method is an international practice across the globe. Substandard rice can never be exported because it fails to comply with the provisions of an agreement made with overseas buyers. At home, rice that deviates slightly from the standard will still be sold, albeit at a lower priced based on a set of predetermined criteria. Nevertheless, if the sample is found to diverge too far from the requirements, the whole batch will be returned to its point of origin.

Thai Rice Standards that had been in use since 1957 never prescribed any sampling and inspection instructions, except for the Thai Hom Mali Rice Standards, which stipulated such guidelines in 1997. Therefore, sampling and quality inspection of Thai rice for export have adhered to customary practices from overseas, as well as local practices. For example, samples are taken randomly from at least 2–3% of the total number of sacks in one batch. This sample size is comparable to requirements of the ISO and the IRRI, which mandate that the number of sampled sacks be the square root of the total number of sacks in a batch.

Based on the information above, good quality rice refers to rice that buyers at home and overseas are willing to accept, as well as rice that meets quality requirements. Determining the quality of rice relies not at all on an individual’s personal perception but the results of a scientific analysis of randomised samples collected by a neutral party. The samples must be completely random instead of deliberately selected.

The establishment of these Thai rice standards augments the potential of Thai rice exports. It allows buyers to have more options for buying and importing Thai rice, not only the unique strain of Thai fragrant rice known as Thai Hom Mali rice, but also many other types and varieties to suit the needs of consumers in importing countries. These standards also boost consumer confidence in the quality of Thai rice.

 

SOURCE: Department of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Commerce, Thailand

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