Saturday, January 19, 2013

Give Hope at ComChest Festive Care & Share Roadshow

When you make other people "hope" come true, your hope is coming true! Donate your love and joy to the needy and share the happiness with them! Cheers! ;)

Give Hope at ComChest Festive Care & Share Roadshow

Monday, January 7, 2013

A good start in year 2013 - Bright Vision Hospital Charity Bazaar

In year 2013, my main focus on charity and do whatever I love to do.  :)

The upcoming activity will be the Bright Vision Hospital Charity Bazaar on Feb 8, Fri 11am-9pm @ Hougang Mall.  It is very meaningful to share the joy with the needy patient before Chinese New Year.  Although unable to help as volunteer personally at Hougang Mall but will try my best to sell the vouchers to friends to support this meaningful event!

Wishing all the success on this charity event! 

Cheers :)

Monday, December 31, 2012

Happy Ending Year 2012

A FRUITFUL year 2012!  Hahaha.....  A fantastic ending with lots of miracles!  :)  Just want to kiss goodbye to year 2012 and welcome year 2013 with open heart and open mind.

I look forward year 2013!  A good start, wonderful begin and DREAM COME TRUE ending!

Wishing all my family, relatives and friends having a lavish abundances from the Universe in year 2013 - good health, great wealth and wonderful relationship!  All your dreams do come true!  Cheers!  :)

Saturday, February 11, 2012

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

Recently just finished reading this book The Alchemist which introduced by a spiritual friend.  I love many quotes inside this book especially "When you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it." and “It's the possibility of having a dream come true that makes life interesting.”   

Somehow I found that it is important to keep the faith and keep moving forward in life.  Life is a journey of experience and learning.  You'll finally reach your destination.  :)  Enjoy and look forward to receive all the wonderful gifts along your journey!  Hehe....

Cheers with camomile and mint tea!  ^___^

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Friendship is like a train station....

It has been such a long time I never write in my blog.  There were many things happen in my life since this year Apr onwards.  I had stepped into few holistic centers and started to look for answer to solve my life issue especially on work related issues.

Let's back to my tonight mood!  One of my holistic friends told me that friendship is like a train station.  In every station when the train stop, many friends hop into my train.  Some friends jump out from the train in the middle of our journey and some decided to accompany me for a short journey only.  It was pretty meaningful for me when I look into her explanation.  I had a touching feeling as well.

No matter who went in or went out from the train, I send my warmest regards and thousand blessing to my dear friends.  Wish them all the best and always be happy as they ever accompany me.  We share the happiness and sadness together for a moment and it has become a wonderful memories.

I wonder......Life is a journey not a destination for me. 


Tuesday, March 22, 2011

A Life-Changing Gift

Recently I've just received the letter from World Vision Singapore.  The cover envelope has shown a little girl with a helpless eyes.  Beside the photo of the girl, few words stated "While tortillas try to fill her belly, something much worse fills it too..."  Behind the envelope stated "They affect more than 1.2 billion people globally.  They're disgusting.  They're everywhere.  And they torment and kill children."

I feel sympathy and sad for the children at China, Ethiopia, Laos, Lesotho, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and Zambia.  A person has limited power to help and I sincerely hope that those who read this message will try their best to help those needy children around the world. 

World Vision Singapore has The Child Sponsorship Programme addresses the root causes of poverty and diseases, helping the children, their families and communities break the cycle of poverty. When you sponsor a child for a donation of $45 per month , World Vision helps your sponsored child through the Area Development Programme in his/her community. This ensures that fundamental needs, such as access to clean water, basic healthcare, education, nutritious food and increased food security, and household income are not only available to the child and his community, but they will be empowered to help themselves in the future as well.

From the pamphlet that I received in the envelope, I wish to share their creative ideas on 5 simple ways to share about Child Sponsorship!

1) Throw a Charity Birthday Party
Host a meaningful birthday party by sharing about the needs of children and families living in poverty and the hope that comes through sponsoring a child.  Get your friends to sponsor a needy child as a birthday gift to you.

2) Host a Food-Tasting Gathering
Whet your friends and family members' appetites for Child Sponsorship!  Concoct authentic dishes from a specific country or region as a fun (and yummy!) way to introduce the idea of sponsoring a child from a far-flung area to your loved ones.

3) Spread the Word Online
Share the meaningful cause behind Child Sponsorship with your online community, be it through your Facebook, Twitter, Blog, Vlog or MySpace account and direct your friends to learn more about Child Sponsorship at World Vision's website at and facebook page at

4) Make Your Wedding a Meaningful One
Request that your guests sponsor a child instead of giving you gifts that you probably wouldn't need.

5) Display Sponsorship
Set up tabletop displays and brochures about Child Sponsorship in highly visible community locations like your office, church, or favourite hangout.

With your little help, we may change the world to what we want it to be!  :)

Life Changing Gift

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Heard of Thunder Tea Rice?

Known this friend recently nickname Jokercai and his dialect is Hakka.  It reminds me of the Thunder Tea Rice ( Lei Cha), a Hakka tea-based beverage that I ever tried few times at my aunty's house.  It consist of mix tea leaves and herbs that are ground or pounded together with various roasted nuts, seeds or grains.

You could use any type of tea leaf to mix match the taste you like the most, however normally people used green tea and oolong.

Eager to know how it looks like?  Sharing with you the below blogger has show a very nice photos of Thunder Tea Rice and the benefits of it.

Below link is the recipe that I've found for you to DIY at home.
I don't think my friend Jokercai will see this blog but would like to thank him for giving me the "inspiration" to share this info with my foreigner friends who are visiting my blog. 
Jokercai, have a wonderful weekend!  ^___^