Let’s Cook Pancakes for The Homeless! – People of Hope
Instead of giving out contributed meals as we did in previous months, we thought of doing something different this time. Cooking a pancake for the homeless. We are proud to adapt this idea into our Feed the Poor April 2013. And the theme we have set for this month is PANCAKES 🙂
Time: 9.45pm – 11.45pm
Venue: Kuala Lumpur *Check the FB page for more information
This video is made by a NGO called The Big Umbrella. These guys operate a project called A Real Meal in Melbourne, similar to our Feed the Poor project. Do watch the video for a clearer picture on how its done over there. First-timers to our Feed the Poor project, do watch our previous videos stored within our Facebook page video content.
This is the March 2013 Feed the Poor project. We are growing! The tradition taking a group photo before we head out to give the contributed food from various shops, restaurants & other business besides F&B, to the homeless people.
If you want to join us for the next one, please fill up the Feed the Poor April 2013 Volunteer Application: HERE!
We will be needing few boxes of White Wings Panjacks Pancake Mix *Just Add Water*
One box of this pancake mix will cost RM9.50 at Giant Hypermarket. We encourage volunteers to share out the cost especially if you’re students. Ten bucks might not be a big amount, but the feeling of having your part in it is priceless 🙂
If you’re interested in donating them, check out: HERE!
What is People of Hope?
Social enterprise specialized in video production. Simultaneously serving as voluntarism platform to highlight and engage in social issues. Professional media company specialized in commercial video production. We bring into play hidden camera footage and ethical values in our videos in effort to raise public awareness on selected issues parallel with advertising requirements of clients.
We chose a different path in making videos. A new angle in conveying message to viewers on the importance of speaking out for the helpless and lending a hand to the needy. We can certainly stay on track promote your business in ways where good values can be instilled in hearts of viewers as our videos are meant to take moral approach. Businesses can also choose to contributed to NGOs collaborating with the our projects.
Contact us for more information as we have a new approach in making commercial video ads made and at the same time give out a community message.
House Specialty Hot & Spicy Pan Mee (soup) @ RM5.30 (Regular). This one with out pork version. Served with pork minced meat, a poached egg, spring onions and anchovies. There have a variety of pan mee. I choose it because it’s is face to face specialty. This House Specialty Hot & Spicy Pan Mee, you can get it dry or with soup depending on what you want. When the waitress came and ask me “Thick” or “Thin”, i get shocked. What do you mean? Actually it’s the type of pan mee. I choose thick.
House Specialty Hot & Spicy Pan Mee (soup) @ RM5.30 (Regular). This one with pork version. It’s served with Minced Pork, Anchovies and poached egg.
Cheese Toast @ RM3.80. The cheese hat melts inside the toast make the toast taste milky but it’s lack of egg wash. Topped with butter & honey make my breakfast perfect ^^
Jasmine Tea (Cold) @ RM1.80. Actually I order Jasmine Tea, but in the receipt they wrote honey jasmine tea RM2.50. WTF!!! I just realize once I reach home.
Face to face noodle house menu.
Chili is on the table, I added a spoonful of dry chilies. One of their specialty is they have a variety of spices.
Located 1 row with McD Subang Jaya nearby Inti Subang College.
Step to enjoy your noodle.
Cosy interior and green color as a theme.
If you want find a noodle house with a cosy interior + comfortable seat, Face to Face Noodles House is the right place. This stall not only sell lat jiu pan mee (chili pan mee). You can get a variety of pan mee from dry to soup version. I had chance to drop by today to have their specialty.
Overall I will vote: 7/10 for the service. Efficient but their staff not good in English. 8/10 for the food quality and quantity of the food excellent. Huge and price reasonable. 7/10 for the environment. Cosy interior but just ordinary.
Location: No. 64, Jalan SS15/4D, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel No: 6017-678 6098
P.S.: This is based on individual’s taste and liking and if there’s any other further questions about this restaurant or the food, feel free to drop a comment. Thanks!
Last Sunday, I was invited to experience how Kuala Lumpur & Batu Cave looks like from the sky. Not to mention some of the “tricks” that made me want to vomit. On the lazy Sunday, 6 bloggers was experience to view Kuala Lumpur from sky!
Thanks to Meiying for the invite, Reuben for the flight, Rebecca for the ride and Renee who concern about me after see my face became so…. green after the trick!
So, where is the exact place that I went? It’s a private flight at the Royal Malaysian Air Force base at Sg. Besi!
What type of flight that I experience? It’s 2000 Cessna 172R Skyhawk (9M-HAN) with the seating capacity for 4 people an the cruising speed is 109 knots. For those who do not know, it’s Fuel Injected 160hp engine, IFR rated with single axis autopilot, Stellar cockpit lighting for night flying activities.
It’s looks beautiful is it? With RM200 per person (RM600/3people) why not experience awesome KL view + to experience some “trick” from Reuben! For me, it’s worth. I wish that I can pass the KLCC bridge but Malaysian Law don’t let it.
At first, I thought Reuben is Indian but how come got Lim? Since most of my friend who name Reuben is Indian *hie behind big stones*. Lucky he so friendly. Reuben is a qualified Commercial Licence holder, so you guys no need to worry.
He quite young for the people who are age of 26. So girls, what you waiting for?
How big the plane? It’s not big like MAS or Air Asia. It’s only have seats for 4 people (including the pilot) For those who scare with high, Reuben recommended to seat in front and at the same time, make sure you eat something early. At least 2hour before the flight or you can ready some packet of chocolate and put on your pocket. Just in case you feel want vomit.
Before all of us fly like Superman, Reuben is the person who responsible to take care us. After he went around to the plane and do the safety checks on the plane, he also always ask us if we in a good condition or not. Either before we fly and also once we reach done.
Video: Start of flight – It’s just like how you’ve seen it in movies! Note: It’s a 8 min video but worth to watch every minute! by Rebecca
Video: We nearly puked our guts out after being turned NEARLY upside down in the small craft! by Rebecca
Some of the photos:
#1 I love the sky how it’s looks like.
#2 KL view from the sky!
#3 Can you spot huge cave in the middle of city & Ampang look out point?
#4 Beautiful right?
Camwhor with my team (1st team).
Camwhor with all bloggers.
ReubenAir is available for booking for just RM600 an hour. A tour around KL should take 40-45 minutes, thus RM400-RM450. The price is for the rental of the plane, so you can go in a group of three and split the cost! Of course 3 people because Reuben will be the pilot ^^
Location: Royal Selangor Flying Club at TUDM, besides the Sg Besi highway. Click HERE! Reuben from ReubenAir can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org