MIRI: See Hua Marketing Sdn Bhd (SHM), in collaboration with Permaisuri Imperial City Mall and The Imperial Mall, will host the opening ceremony for the 23rd edition of Miri Trade Fair (Mitraf 23) tomorrow (Nov 21).
Eighty exhibitors will take part in the four-day event, where they will be running 106 booths that showcase a plethora of products and services like electronic and electrical items, home appliances, kitchen items and sanitary wares, tools and equipment, higher education, home improvements, security solutions, property development, general trading, gym and fitness, baby products, repairs and maintenance, food and beverages, optical and eyecare products, consumer goods, beauty and health products, arts and crafts, perfumes and fragrances, bridal services, fashion accessories and apparel, toys as well as traditional snacks and pastries.
Also going on tomorrow are a singing show by members of Miri Senior Citizens Service Centre commencing at 10am, and ‘Zyn’s Spinning Bicycle’ workout session, which is scheduled to run from 3pm till 5pm.
The grand opening of Mitraf 23 is set to commence at 6.30pm, where Miri Mayor Adam Yii will officiate at the event.
After that, there will be a ballroom dancing-singing show to run from 7.45pm to 9.30pm.
On Friday (Nov 22), there will be a ‘cross talk’ challenge running from 10.30am to 2.30pm. This competition hosts two speakers, who will talk about or discuss various topics before a live audience.
Subscribers of See Hua Group’s newspapers will have the chance to collect gifts during the ‘Subscribers and Readers’ Benefits Programme’, which will commence at 11am.
This time, 100 bottles of Merris red palm oil, 500ml each, will be given away.
To receive these gifts, subscribers of See Hua Daily News and The Borneo Post must show their latest three-month subscription receipts (August to October 2019), or yearly subscription receipts, to the representatives at the See Hua Customer Service Counter.
Later on Friday afternoon, there will be a ‘Creative Snow White Costume Competition’, going on from 2.45pm to 4.45pm. This will be followed by a talent show by pupils of SJKC Chung Hua Miri, from 5pm to 7pm.
A feng shui talk on the ‘Chinese Year of the Rat’, to be conducted by Master Koh, will fill the 7.15pm-9.15pm slot in the evening.
Mitraf 23 is endorsed by Miri City Council, and opens daily from 10am to 10pm. Admission is free.