The Chicken Rice Shop
TCRS Restaurants Sdn Bhd is a company incorporated in Malaysia, established in June 2000. The Chicken Rice Shop is Halal family restaurant chain in Malaysia; the Chicken Rice Shop serves what it calls "grandmother's traditional Hainanese secret recipe chicken rice" and local Malaysian dishes. With the successful growth of TCRS in their domestic markets, they plan to spread the culture of the Malaysian way of life into the Indonesia market 2007, followed by Australia and other Asian countries, their slogan is "Chicken Rice and More" in English. It was started by her mother Gaik Wong, a former executive at KFC Malaysia. During Taylor's Subang Jaya SAM 1990 Wong Kah Lin had planned to open chicken business like her mother. After class she could be seen holding note pad like want to take down some order from lecturers and students; as at June 2018, with more than 100 outlets in South East Asia, TCRS is the largest chicken rice restaurant chain in the world. Up to date, there are a total of 90 outlets in the Peninsular Malaysia and 6 each in Sabah and Sarawak.
Federal Territories Kedah Selangor Terengganu Negeri Sembilan Perak Pahang Malacca Johor Penang Kelantan Sabah Sarawak Brunei Myanmar List of fast-food chicken restaurants Official website The Chicken Rice Shop in Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is an American coffee chain founded in 1963. It is owned and operated by International Coffee & Tea, LLC, which has its corporate headquarters in Los Angeles, California; as of 2017, the chain has over 1,000 self-owned and franchised stores in the United States and 31 other countries. The company was founded as a coffee service for offices, he and his wife Mona, whom he married in 1966, honeymooned in Sweden, where they discovered quality coffee. This sparked the decision to import and sell gourmet coffee in Los Angeles, opening the first Coffee Bean store in 1968 in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Brentwood. Innovations included selling whole beans and touting their country of origin, allowing customers to observe the beans being roasted and sample varieties before making a purchase. Hyman is considered to be instrumental in the creation of the gourmet coffee industry in the US, he died on April 28, 2014, at the age of 82. By the 1970s, Coffee Bean had expanded to 10 stores in Southern California, added exotic teas to the menu.
In the summer of 1987, an employee brought a blender to a Westwood store, mixing together ice, coffee extract and chocolate powder, paving the way for the company's signature Ice Blended drinks. With the invention of the Ice Blended, the Coffee Bean saw a surge in popularity; the drink was a predecessor to the Starbucks Frappuccino. In 1991, when it was first planning to expand into Los Angeles, Starbucks tried to purchase Coffee Bean, but Hyman turned them down; the opening of Starbucks stores in Los Angeles unexpectedly helped Coffee Bean's business, by driving curious customers to the area. In 1996, the Hymans sold the Asian franchise rights to Singaporean brothers Victor Sassoon and Sunny Sassoon; the Sassoons expanded the company in the US and internationally, opening the first outlet in Singapore in 1996, in Malaysia the following year. Within two years, they had opened 29 stores in Singapore and Malaysia as many stores as the Hymans had opened in their 35 years of ownership. In 1998, the Sassoons, along with longtime friend Severin Wunderman, purchased the parent company, International Coffee & Tea LLC, from the Hymans, took it global.
Victor Sassoon works out of Singapore, Sunny Sassoon works in Los Angeles, Wunderman is a silent partner with no role in management. International Coffee & Tea, LLC remains the name of the holding company. Sunny Sassoon served as president and CEO from 1998 until 2008, when he moved to the executive chairman position. In 2008, Mel Elias assumed the role of president and CEO of the company, after spending seven years as chief operating officer. In September 2013, a significant equity position in Coffee Bean was acquired from International Coffee & Tea by US-based Advent International, in partnership with South Korea-based Mirae Asset Private Equity and Taiwan-based CDIB Capital; the Sassoon family remains a large shareholder. On September 3, 2015, John Fuller assumed the position of president and CEO. On October 1, 2016, The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf shut down all 12 of its New York City locations; the company is known for its Original Ice Blended coffee and tea drinks, hot coffee drinks, hot and iced tea drinks.
It sells a variety of whole bean coffees, whole leaf teas, flavored powders, baked goods. The company's coffees fall into seven categories: Light & Subtle, Light & Distinctive, Medium & Smooth, Dark & Distinctive, Decaffeinated and Reserve, it roasts seven million pounds of coffee annually. All of the beans are hand-roasted at its roasting facility in California; the beans come from farms in various countries, including Costa Rica, Kenya, Jamaica and Sri Lanka. Coffee Bean offers several seasonal holiday drinks, in flavors including candy cane, red velvet cake and peppermint. For the company's 50th anniversary in 2013, it introduced a Birthday Cake Ice Blended. Jay Isais, Coffee Bean's senior director of coffee, oversees the quality of the blending and roasting of all the company's beans. A founding member of the Roasters' Guild, he joined Coffee Bean in 2000, he is one of 400 licensed Q graders worldwide, passing an exam of sensory tests administered by the Specialty Coffee Association of America's CQI division.
The company's teas fall into seven categories: Green, Oolong, Herbal Infusion, Decaffeinated and Tea Master’s. All of the teas are hand-blended at its facility in California; the Chai Tea Latte, one of the chain's most popular drinks, was first served in 1998. In March 2014, the company introduced its Tea Granita beverage in two flavors, Pear Berry and Passion Fruit. David DeCandia, the company's master tea blender, is responsible for sourcing and internal education on tea. CBTL, a single-serve system for home use, was launched in the United States, Malaysia, South Korea and the Philippines in 2010. Several types of single-serve capsules are available for the machines: espresso, coffee and hot chocolate. All CBTL coffees and the powders used to make other beverages, are certified kosher. All company-owned CBTL locations in Southern California are certified kosher. Most in California and Nevada have signed and dated certificates indicating that the entirety of their items are kosher in conformance to the standards of the certifying agency.
However, privately-owned franchise stores can opt out of kosher certification. A location in Los Angeles's Fairfax district, where many Orthodox Jews reside, meets the stricter standard of Cholov Yisrael in their dairy products and pastries, is closed on Shabbat, the Jewish Sabbath, from Frida
JUSCO is the acronym for Japan United Stores Company, a chain of "general merchandise stores" and the largest of its type in Japan. The various JUSCO companies are subsidiaries of the ÆON supermarket chain; the JUSCO name was adopted in 1970 from a company founded as a kimono silk trader in 1758. Renamed ÆON in 1989, it operates stores throughout Japan under JUSCO and other names and has a presence in Malaysia, Hong Kong, mainland China, Carlingford in Australia and Thailand; as of March 1, 2011, all JUSCO and SATY stores under the Aeon umbrella in Japan changed their names to AEON while all the JUSCO stores and shopping centres in Malaysia have been re-branded into AEON since March 2012. The Hong Kong and Mainland China subsidiaries changed their name to AEON on 1 March 2013. In the 1970s, JUSCO was constituted by Mie Prefecture and Hyogo in Japan named Japan United Stores COmpany.. After that, it experienced rapid development. There are about 300 stores in Japan itself and still counting; the group was renamed Aeon in 1990, but its retail stores were still using the old name JUSCO.
In late 2010 AEON announced that all existing JUSCO stores in Japan would be renamed AEON. The re-branding exercise was complete by the end of that year. In 1985 the first JUSCO store outside Japan was opened in Plaza Dayabumi, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, as a jointly-owned company with Cold Storage and three local companies, known as Jaya Jusco, it was the first time that a Japanese company had entered into a significant joint venture in the Malaysian retail industry. JUSCO assumed total operational control of the chain in 1988. Currently. There are 33 AEON Retails stores and shopping centres are in operation in Malaysia; the oldest JUSCO store in Malaysia is JUSCO Taman Maluri in Kuala Lumpur. It opened on 30 October 1989; the AEON Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre in Bandar Bukit Tinggi, Selangor, Malaysia is the largest JUSCO in Malaysia and Southeast Asia with over 2,100,000 square feet of built-up area and 5,000 car park bays. JUSCO in Malaysia is notable for being among the first general merchandise chains to introduce biodegradable poly bags made from sweet potatoes.
In March 2012, all the JUSCO stores and shopping centres in Malaysia were re-branded to AEON Retails stores and shopping centres, following the decision of AEON in Japan. In April 2018, AEON expands to East Malaysia by opening their first mall in Kuching; the Hong Kong JUSCO subsidiary was established in November 1987 as JUSCO Department Store Co. Ltd; the first JUSCO store opened in Kornhill in December 1987. It was listed in Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited on 4 February 1994 with the stock code 984. Hong Kong JUSCO has now been renamed as AEON Stores, manages shopping malls and other retail shops such as supermarkets, discount shops, home places, convenience stores and department stores, they offer low-cost and convenient daily necessities to customers including food, household items and electrical appliances. As of March 2013, there are eight AEON General Merchandise Stores in Hong Kong, seven branches of AEON Supermarkets, 22 branches of Living Plaza by AEON, 4 branches of BENTO EXPRESS by AEON, 2 Aeon Style stores and only one branch of AEON MaxValu Prime, located at The One, Tsim Sha Tsui.
Taiwan JUSCO are subsidiaries of Taiwan AEON Stores Co. Ltd; the first JUSCO was in Windance in Hsinchu City. It was operated in 2003; the second JUSCO was operated in December 2005 at New Taipei city global mall. In Mainland China, JUSCO uses JUSCO for its name. From 1996, AEON Co. Ltd created many shopping mall named JUSCO. In Shanghai, there was a JUSCO before, but it divested finance because of poor management. In Guangdong, Guangdong JUSCO Co. Ltd used the name "JUSCO" to operate the first JUSCO at 1996. Now, there are thirteen shops in Guangdong. Otherwise, AEON operated large shopping mall in Beijing and Shunde, it planned to expand to North China. In Shenzhen, Aeon has a number of large stores including one at Coastal city; the largest JUSCO opened in 2005 in Mito. All but two JUSCOs, Srinakarin Rd and Sukhumvit Soi 71, have been closed down in Thailand. ÆON Co. Ltd. is re-expanding there under the MaxValu name instead. ÆON Co. Ltd ÆON China Co. Ltd ÆON Stores Co. AEON Retail Malaysia Facebook Page AEON CO. BHD Guandong Jusco Tianmao, China ÆON Jusco, China
Sultan of Selangor is the title of the constitutional ruler of Selangor, Malaysia. They are the head of head of the Islamic religion in Selangor; the current monarch, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah ascended the throne on the death of his father, on 22 November 2001. The Sultans of Selangor are descended from a Bugis dynasty that claim descent from the rulers of Luwu in the southern part of Celebes. Nobles from this bloodline were involved in the dispute over the Johor-Riau Sultanate in the early 18th century placing their full support in the cause of Sultan Abdul Jalil of the Bendahara dynasty against the claimant to the Malaccan lineage, Raja Kechil. For this reason, the Bendahara rulers of Johor-Riau established close relations with the Bugis nobles, providing them with titles and control over many areas within the empire, including Selangor. Daeng Chelak's prince, Raja Lumu arrived in Selangor and founded a new government at Kuala Selangor in 1766, he was installed by the Sultan of Perak as Sultan Salehuddin Shah and became the first Sultan of Selangor.
After the death of Sultan Salehuddin Shah on 1778, he was succeeded by his son, Raja Ibrahim Marhum Saleh, who used the title Sultan Ibrahim Shah. In 1784, he was defeated in the attack on Kuala Selangor by the Dutch, forcing him to leave Kota Malawati, he subsequently managed to occupy it back in less than a year with the help of Pahang Sultanate. Sultan Ibrahim Shah allied himself with Perak Sultanate afterwards but the alliance fall apart in a debt dispute. Following his death on 18 October 1826, he was succeeded by his son, Raja Muhammad who took on the title Sultan Muhammad Shah, he was unable to control his chiefs during his reign which resulted in the separation of Selangor into five individual territories. His reign saw the opening of tin mines in Ampang District, which brought business to the people and the state. After 31 years of reign, Sultan Muhammad died in late 1857 without appointing an heir; as a result, there was a huge dispute regarding. His nephew, Raja Abdul Samad Raja Abdullah was chosen to be the next Sultan and he took on the title Sultan Abdul Samad.
He gave the power of authority of Klang to Raja Abdullah and Langat to Tengku Kudin, both of whom were his sons-in-law, in 1866 and 1868 respectively. During Sultan Abdul Samad's reign, the Klang War broke out between Raja Abdullah and the previous ruler of Klang, Raja Mahdi; the involvement of British Empire in the war marks as their first involvement in Selangor's politics. The first British resident in Selangor, James Guthrie Davidson was appointed during his reign. Sultan Abdul Samad died at the age of 93 on February 1898 and was buried at Makam Sultan Abdul Samad in Jugra. Raja Muda Sulaiman ibni Almarhum Raja Muda Musa, the grandson of Sultan Abdul Samad rose to the throne, taking the title Sultan Alaeddin Sulaiman Shah on 1898 as the fifth Sultan of Selangor, his reign saw the increase in construction of houses, shops and railways in Kuala Lumpur and Klang. He oversaw the construction of Mahkota Puri Palace in 1905 and proceeded to live there for 35 years until his death, his first son, Tengku Musa Eddin was named the heir apparent in 1920 but he was dismissed in 1934 following the allegation from the British resident, Theodore Samuel Adams as a gambler.
Sultan Sulaiman pleaded the case to Secretary of State to no avail. Tengku Alam Shah, his third son was subsequently named the heir apparent in 1936. Sultan Sulaiman was succeeded by Tengku Alam Shah in 1938, using the title Sultan Hisamuddin Alam Shah. In January 1942, following the Japanese occupation of Malaya, he was told to surrender his throne to his elder half-brother, Tengku Musa Eddin; the Japanese removed him and proclaimed Tengku Musa Eddin as the new Sultan of Selangor, taking the title Sultan Musa Ghiatuddin Riayat Shah. Sultan Hisamuddin refused Japanese order for him to work with them and stopped receiving the allowance awarded to him. Sultan Musa Ghiatuddin Riayat Shah was installed as the seventh Sultan of Selangor by the Governor of Selangor, Lieutenant-General Shotaro Katayama on November 1943, he only ruled during the Japanese occupation. When the British returned after the war, he was exiled to Cocos Keeling Islands. Sultan Hisamuddin resumed his reign in September 1945. In the same year, he signed the Malayan Union treaty, albeit under protest, along with the rest of the rulers of Malaya at the time.
He rejected the establishment of Malayan Union and supported the Malay nationalists who opposed the plan. In 1950, he demolished Mahkota Puri Palace and built Istana Alam Shah, still used as the official residence of the Sultan of Selangor to this day. Sultan Hisamuddin continued to rule Selangor following the independence of Federation of Malaya, he was appointed as the Deputy Yang di-Pertuan Agong on 3 August 1957. He became the second Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaya after the death of Tuanku Abdul Rahman in 1960. Tengku Abdul Aziz, the eldest son of Sultan Hisamuddin took the throne following his father's death, he used the title Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah. In 1974, he signed the 1974 Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur Agreement which established the Federal Territory in Malaysia, he commissioned the building of Kota Darul Ehsan arch to commemorate this event and as a border mark between Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. After Kuala Lumpur was made Federal Territory, he proclaimed Shah Alam as the new capital of Selangor.
The placed is named after Sultan Hisamuddin Alam Shah. His most notable legacy is the largest mosque in Malaysia. Sultan Salahuddin was i
ÆON Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre
The ÆON Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre is a shopping mall built on a 26-acre landmass with a gross built-up floor area of 2,100,000 square feet. Popularly known as Jusco Bukit Tinggi, the shopping mall is located in the Bandar Bukit Tinggi township, Selangor, Malaysia; the mall is the largest ÆON shopping centre in Southeast Asia. It is the first mall to have more leaseable space than Mid Valley Megamall; the RM350 million shopping mall opened its doors on 24 November 2007 and was officiated by the Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah. The shopping complex has over 3,000 car park bays; the AEON Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre has a gross lettable/leasable area of 1,800,000 square feet, making it one of the largest shopping malls in the country. The AEON store is the anchor tenant. Other stores include restaurants, cafes and services stores, food court and entertainment stores, cinemas and book stores. By August 2020, the shopping mall will be directly connected to the AEON Bukit Tinggi LRT station on the LRT 3 line.
It is the first AEON to have a hotel. AEON Bukit Tinggi receives more than 250,000 customers during weekdays and more than 400,000 during weekends. AEON AEON Maxvalu AEON Wellness TGV Cinemas IMAX 3D-X Popular Toys R Us Padini Concept Store Smart Master Bags Universal Traveller Sasa VINCCI Brands Outlet G2000 The Body Shop Voir Gallery Charles Keith Chanel City Chain Watch Zone Scarlet Baskin Robbins McDonald's KFC Kenny Rogers Manhattan Fish Market Black Canyon Braun Buffel Secret Recipe The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf The Chicken Rice Shop Sakae Sushi Nandos Texas Chicken Haagen Dazs Big Apple Donuts Oldtown White Coffee Subway Speedy Universal Traveller Polo Sara Skechers Brands Outlet H&M UNIQLO HLA Menswear Old Navy LC Waikiki Body Glove Harvey Norman Green Box Karaoke Kim Gary Starbucks The Landmark Apartment and Suites Canvas Hotel and Suites Lead Suites List of shopping malls in Malaysia
G2000 Group was founded by Michael Tien in 1980 in Hong Kong. The label G2000, first introduced in 1985, was positioned as a specialty clothing chain distributing fashionable men’s and women’s career wear. Today, the G2000 Group is a multi-brand specialty retailer offering an assortment of men’s and women’s apparel and accessories, operating under different labels: G2000 MAN, G2000 WOMAN, G2000 Black and At Twenty. Today, the Group operates over 700 outlets in the region covering Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Jordan; the brand was catered for Asian consumers and clothing sizes. G2000 G2000 Black At Twenty U2 Hong Kong China India Myanmar Indonesia Macau Malaysia Philippines Singapore Taiwan Thailand Vietnam Cambodia Bahrain Jordan Oman Saudi Arabia United Arab Emirates Lebanon Egypt Qatar Aruba G2000 web site
Selangor known by its Arabic honorific Darul Ehsan, or "Abode of Sincerity", is one of the 13 states of Malaysia. It is on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia and is bordered by Perak to the north, Pahang to the east, Negeri Sembilan to the south and the Strait of Malacca to the west. Selangor surrounds the federal territories of Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, both of which were part of it; the state capital of Selangor is Shah Alam and its royal capital is Klang. Petaling Jaya, was awarded city status in 2006. Selangor is one of three Malaysian states; the state of Selangor has the largest economy in Malaysia in terms of gross domestic product, with RM 239.968 billion in 2015, comprising 22.6% of the country's GDP. It is the most developed state in Malaysia; the origin of the name Selangor is uncertain. A common suggestion is that the name refers to the Malay word langau, a large fly or blowfly, found in the marshes along the Selangor River in the state's north-west. According to local lore, a warrior who escaped from Malacca after the Portuguese conquest, took a break from his journey north and rested under a tree here.
However, he was disturbed by whereupon he decided to explore the area. When he found the place to be his liking and chose to settle there, he named the place "satu langau" meaning "a large blowfly". Another suggestion is that the name may have originate from a kind of tree found in Kuala Selangor and along Selangor River named mentangau. In the absence of a firm etymological explanation, alternative theories abound. One theory claims the state's name is derived from the term Salang Ur where ur means "town" or "village" in Tamil, meaning village of the salang people, it has been proposed that the name is derived from a combination of salang and jemur, indicating that it was once a place where traitors were stabbed left to roast in the sun. Tho most important settlement of the area in the ancient period may have been Klang. Ancient artefacts including Bronze Age axes and bronze bell dating from the 2nd century BC, iron tools called "tulang mawas" have been found in or near Klang; the Mao Kun map dating to the Ming dynasty and used by the Admiral Zheng He during his voyages of expedition between 1405 and 1433 refers to places in Selangor such as the Klang River estuary and a hilly area.
The Malay Annals indicates that the Selangor area was under the control of the Sultanate of Malacca in the 15th century. According to the Malay Annals, Tun Perak was appointed the chief of Klang during the reign of Muzaffar Shah; the son of Mansur Shah and Hang Li Po named Paduka Sri Cina was made raja of Jeram near Langat, which may be due to the presence of Chinese miners there. After the fall of Malacca to the Portuguese in 1511, the area came under the control of Johor Sultanate and was governed by Sri Agar Diraja, son of the Bendahara family of Johor. In the 17th century, Johor was involved in a war against Jambi, the Sultan of Johor engaged the help of Bugis mercenaries from Sulawesi to fight against Jambi. After Johor won in 1679, the Bugis started to gain power in the region. Many Bugis settled along the coast of Selangor and some inland regions. In some places, the Bugis displaced the Minangkabaus; the Bugis and the Minangkabaus from Sumatra struggled for control of Johor. In order to establish a power base, the Bugis led by Raja Salehuddin founded the present hereditary Selangor Sultanate with its capital at Kuala Selangor in 1766.
Selangor is unique as the only state on the Malay Peninsula, founded by the Bugis. In the 19th century, the economy of Selangor boomed due to the exploitation of its tin reserves. In 1854, the Sultan of Selangor granted Raja Abdullah control of Klang, passing over Raja Mahdi, the son of the chief who ruled Klang, leading to the Selangor Civil War of 1867 to 1874, a struggle for control of the revenues from tin. Tin mining attracted a large influx of Chinese migrant labourers. Chinese clans allied; the conflicts between Malay and Chinese factions in Perak and Selangor, as well as concerns over piracy that affected coastal trade, led to increasing British involvement in the affairs of the Malay states. In 1874, Sultan Abdul Samad of Selangor accepted a British Resident in a system that allowed the British to govern while the Sultan remained the apparent ruler. Klang was the capital of the British colonial administration for Selangor from 1875 until 1880 when it was moved to Kuala Lumpur. Under the stability imposed by the British, Selangor again prospered.
In 1896 through the coordination of the Resident Frank Swettenham, Selangor united with Negeri Sembilan and Pahang to form the Federated Malay States, with Kuala Lumpur its capital. The Federated Malay States evolved into the Federation of Malaya in 1948, which became independent in 1957 and was renamed Malaysia in 1963; the city of Kuala Lumpur functioned as the national capital of Malaysia and as the state capital of Selangor. In 1974, Selangor