Read Cindy’s health column in the Body and Soul section of News Limited Sunday papers Australia-wide: The Sunday Telegraph, The Sunday Herald Sun, The Sunday Mail and The Sunday Times.
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Read Cindy’s column in Cleo magazine (ACP Malaysia) in which she answers readers’ questions about relationships, sexual health and all related matters. To submit a question, email email@example.com
Look out for Cindy talking about health and relationships issues on national television.
’100 Headstarts’, Cindy’s new book on child-raising, is due for release in 2011.
20 January 2011 – Salvation Army Media Launch for new campaign ‘Shopping with a Conscience’. Cindy is proud to be an Ambassador for the Salvation Army – one of her very favourite charities of all time – and will speak at the launch.
The aim of ‘Shopping with a Conscience’ is to encourage all Australians to shop local and discover local, both online and at their local Salvos Stores. Why? Because all proceeds from Salvos Stores go directly to helping the local community and the local environment – by reusing pre-loved items.
In addition, Salvos Stores will be leading the Australian charities sector by officially launching the Salvos Stores online store – a national first!
By supporting this community campaign we can help Salvos Stores provide 100,000 meals for the hungry, refuge for 500 victims of abuse, care for 3,000 elderly people and 2,000 beds for the homeless every week.
26 January 2011 – Australia Day celebrations. Cindy is honoured to be an Australia Day ambassador and looks forward to participating in celebrations, including delivering her first Australia Day address.
28 January 2011 – Official launch of City of Sydney’s Chinese New Year Festival. Cindy is delighted to once again be Ambassador for Chinese New Year for the City of Sydney. This year we celebrate the Year of the Rabbit!
6 February 2011 – Lord Mayor’s Reception and Chinese New Year Twilight Parade. At 7pm Cindy will participate in the Eye-Dotting Ceremony (designed to awaken the spirit of the dragons) just outside the Town Hall in George St before riding in the motorcade that leads what promises to be a spectacular parade which will welcome in the Year of the Rabbit with a message of peace, beauty, endurance and hope. The parade will feature a giant rabbit made from recycled metal, hip hop artists, flag bearers, stilt walkers, stunningly beautiful lanterns, more than 250 performers from Hubei in central China, traditional dance, martial arts, and gorgeous floats from the Australian Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese communities celebrating the Lunar New Year. Be part of this dazzling spectacle as it makes its way from Town Hall to Chinatown, and then join us for a special Chinese New Year fireworks display at Darling Harbour, to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit.
12-13 February 2011 – Chinese New Year Dragon Boat Races at Darling Harbour. Cindy will participate in the Eye-Dotting ceremony at the opening of the races as well as officiating at the prize presentations at the close of each day’s racing.
25 March 2011 – Launch of Make-A-Wish Australia’s ‘Laugh for Kids on Wish Day’ campaign. Cindy is proud to be an Ambassador and spokesperson for Make-A-Wish Foundation:
“The medical benefits of laughing should not be underestimated. They range from improving circulatory and cardiovascular health and improving breathing capacity to enhancing the immune system, relieving stress and burning off calories. Laughter releases endorphins as well as giving you a great aerobic workout! By supporting’Laugh for Kids on Wish Day’, Australians will not only give their own health a boost, they will be helping Make-A-Wish Australia raise much needed funds to continue granting Wishes and in turn bring much needed laughter to the homes of so many Wish families.”