LOL I just had to say that. My couzzies who have long migrated to Oz tend to think that they’re Malays. Wrong my dears, you’re Malaysian Chinese, just like I am.
Anyway, in conjunction with the holy month of Ramadhan, I was given an experience to be part of charity with an established hotel. Being a huge conglomerate is easy, but being one with a big heart to contribute back to society is something noble to be proud of.
That being said, I felt very honoured to join the 5-Star Prince Hotel & Residence KL for a buka puasa dinner with the children from the Pusat Jagaan Nur Salam, Chow Kit Orphanage. Also, Les Clefs D’or Malaysia sponsored the to and fro journey to the city specially for these children.
One for all, all for one!
Now, that’s what I call social responsibility. Illusion Work and BooBoo the Clown (omg saying his name is so weird) were the awesome bunch who entertained the kids while waiting for their 7.21pm prayers to break their fast.
Check out what (omg do I have to say it again) BooBoo the Clown did for them! Honestly, I was fascinated at all those animal creations he could shape with the balloons in such a jiffy!
From Ali Babba hats
The lil ladies did have their share of lovely balloons too
I hate the photo below because all the kids are looking the wrong way and I looked like a toad without a neck . Of all the timings in the world to coincide, this photo had to be taken exactly on the time they were allowed to eat.
So naturally, all the kids looked towards the direction of the food in the midst of this supposedly picture-perfect shot! ROARRRR.
Yeah yeah, skip the piccies and dive straight into the food darlings!
CEO Tim was nice enough to sponsor & invite the kids
He’s even helpin them with their food!
Anyhoos, I grabbed my share of the sumptous Malay Ramadhan food. I’ve always had a thing for Malay food in terms of local delicacies.
Most of us agreed that the lamb was awwhh-summm
Check out the adorable mini burger
I think I remember a point in my life quite some time ago when I despised children. Well, I’m glad to say that I do not anymore! What’s there not to like? Sans all the excessive wailing and crapping in pants, beneath all those layers is nothin’ but brimming innocence
I melted when she smiled at me
Likewise, it meant a lot to me 🙂
Charity has always been the way to go!
Lastly, congratulations to all the fasting Muslims this time round! You’ve now entered the final week in your pursuit of puasa. Reward yourself this coming weekend
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO US!