25 May 2010
|Editor’s Note |
In this issue, we are offering a Special Promotion on our Clip and Pole Panel system, which is a modular and portable panel system that has been widely used for exhibitions, road shows, events and conferences.
This panel system is so versatile that besides affixing your posters on it, you just have to add on accessories like tabletop to convert into a counter or metal ladder with shelves to convert it into a portable bookshelf.
From now until the 15th of June 2010, we will be having a special discount offer of up to 30% discount for 6 and 8 Clip & pole panels set.
So hurry and place your orders now!!
Please email us or give us a call for further enquiries or to make a reservation
New medical centre at NUH
Come 2013, patients visiting the specialist outpatient clinics at the National University Hospital (NUH) will enjoy greater convenience.
They can access the NUH Medical Centre by stopping at the Kent Ridge MRT station, part of the Circle Line which will be completed by next year.
Currently, patients have to take a shuttle bus from Dover MRT station to the NUH Main Building or to reach the Kent Ridge Wing.
At the groundbreaking ceremony attended by our Health Minister Mr Khaw Boon Wan, the new NUH Medical Centre is a 20-storey building with a total floor area of 72,000 square metres. It is slated for completion in two phases and will be fully operational by mid- 2013.
We were contracted by NUHS to put up a series of colourful billboards around the hoarding of this construction site. This was done using full colour outdoor prints mounted on polycarbonate fluted boards, fixed to existing metal hoardings. Each board measuring 6m wide x 2m ht.
We also set up some poster panel boards with lighted posters for its groundbreaking ceremony held under a grand marquee on the actual building site itself.
Thank you NUHS for awarding us the job.
It is normal for children to gain weight as they grow older, but extra kilograms more than what’s needed to support normal growth and development can lead to childhood obesity. Childhood obesity is particularly troubling because the extra kilograms often start kids on the path to health problems that were once confined to adults, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.
There are many factors usually working in combination, which increases your child’s risk of becoming overweight and fat:
Diet. Eating high-calorie foods, such as fast foods and vending machine snacks, can result in weight gain. High-fat foods are dense in calories. Consuming sugars which are found in high levels in soft drinks, candy, and desserts also can make kids overweight.
Inactivity. Sedentary kids are more likely to gain weight because they don’t burn calories through physical activity. Inactive leisure activities, such as watching television or playing video games, cause kids to become obese.
Genetics. If your child comes from a family of overweight people, they may be genetically predisposed to put on excess weight, especially in an environment where high-calorie diet is always available and physical activity isn’t encouraged.
Psychological factors. Some children overeat to cope with problems or to deal with emotions, such as stress or boredom. Their parents may have similar predispositions.
Family factors. Most children don’t shop for the family’s groceries. Parents are responsible for putting healthy foods in the kitchen at home and leaving unhealthy foods in the store. You can’t blame your kids for being attracted to sweet, salty, and fatty foods; after all they taste good. But you can control much of their access to these foods by not stocking up these “foods” at home.
Socioeconomic factors. Children from low-income backgrounds are at greater risk of becoming obese. Poverty and obesity often go hand in hand because low-income parents may lack the time and resources to make healthy eating and exercise a family priority.
To promote healthy living amongst School Children's, Health Promotion Board of Singapore engaged us to DESIGN and PRODUCE a series of portable road show kits to go around Schools to educate students to do more exercises as well as eat more healthy choice of foods.
Our scope of services include CONCEPT, PHOTOGRAPHY, ARTWORK, PRODUCTION, and INSTALLATIONS of the portable T3 system sets at various schools for a duration of one year.
Thank you Health Promotion Board for awarding us the job.
(Click to find out more on this T3 System)
For more exhibition or retail needs, please visit us at www.promode.com.sg to be Spoilt for Choice!
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