Even though this year it was just 9 hours instead of last years previous 12, the crowd came and supported the cause. Pet Project Malaysia is a one day event where you be fit and active with sports, yoga, dance, sports activities and etc; all to raise funds for animal welfare NGOs across Malaysia.
Wow, how many years has it been since we got to know Quiksilver and Roxy? Many good years and we are very proud to say that Quiksilver has landed at Plaza Merdeka, Kuching, Sarawak. The soft opening was held on December 14th, 2012 where CEO of Quiksilver officiated the opening by using a sumpit (blowpipe) to burst the balloons hanging.
On the following day, visitors to the newly open Quiksilver store were able to enjoy a special promotion of Buy 2 Free 2 throughout that day. And for the first 200 who came, a free Quiksilver or Roxy goodie bag was given. The Quiksilver store here at Plaza Merdeka is the 3rd one in Sarawak and the 23rd throughout Malaysia.
At the beginning of 2012, in the month of January; Sabrina Saw organized the first Pet Project Malaysia that Serge attended. This event was conceptualized by Sabrina and was the first of its kind as far as animal welfare charity events go. Funds raised on the day were donated to the nine NGOs that supported the project and the awareness raised was more than the breath you can take in a life time.
Although Serge was not there for the full 12 hours of active-fun at The Pet Project Malaysia, he had the time of his life and his legs definitely went jelly after he left and he woke up today around 1400hrs++.
Yesterday at the British International School of Kuala Lumpur, located near Bandar Utama College; global talents from all around the world gathered here. Here to get everyone who came into attendance to be fit and active through 12 hours worth of dance, fitness and sports-based classes.
It was close to a month plus that Finnegans Irish Bars at Midvalley played host to this year’s Twestival Kuala Lumpur 2011. This festival that is held yearly, brings Tweeples from all around the globe to gather at a venue for a good cause. For us here, we who tweets on twitter too much gave back to charity.
The Twestival KL team with the help of those who came and in the following days gathered RM26000 (USD $8650) in donations for Pertubuhan Masyarakat PRIHATIN in Kota Bharu, a NGO caring for single mothers and kids living with HIV/AIDS. What a joyous occasion for the team.
And so recently about Nth weeks ago Serge was at Project Revive. It was a charity event organize by the Taylor’s University Student Service Council (SSC) and it was to Serge an event that event though it was mediocre; they pulled it off well.
Reasons of the event was to contribute in the building of a hostel to accommodate 100 students under the age of 12 in a rural area. For Serge, when it comes to children and the young ones, you know how he is. Anyway, he got to know of this event from Shannon Chow who was in charge of PR in this particular event. Curse his Japanese ways and again, Serge was early.
The day began with Serge having his rear end at The Bee, this was the meet up point for everyone to gather. Gather we all did and we introduce to each other and chit-chatted. One of the volunteers for this drive was Ginny Yap. Yes that Ginny.
After all the introduction with all the volunteers and with the heroic duo, we ate, burped and scooted off to Harvest Centre in Sentul.