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Land of Palaces

Terengganu, dubbed the cradle of Malay civilisation, lies along the coast of the South China Sea. The tropical islands and tranquil villages are drawing tourists to the eastern part of Malaysia.

The government, according to Star online (12 July 2019), is targeting 6.5 million tourist arrivals with a projected revenue of RM6 billio by 2025. Last year the state recorded 4.79 million tourist arrivals.

This is one of the resorts that I will be checking out. It is so hauntingly beautiful.

Terrapuri Heritage Village is located at Kg.Mangkuk, 22120 Setiu, Terengganu

GPS Coordinates : 5°38’2″N   102°47′ www.terrapuri.com

 

Cash to be won in Run for C.A.R.E. (5km category)

To encourage more participants to sign up, a samaritan is offering cash prizes for the 5km run 🏃🏼‍♀ 🏃

Date: 14 December, 2019

Venue: CI Medini, Iskandar Puteri

Champion will walk away with RM888 🏆

1st Runner : RM555 🥇

2nd Runner : RM333 🥈

Read my earlier post Run for C.A.R.E. (Children Awareness Responsible Environment) 2019 for the details

https://beekim.online/2019/11/23/run-for-c-a-r-e-children-awareness-responsible-environment-2019/

Terima kasih 😊

亲~

圣淘沙国际同济会将在

CI Medini, Nusajaya 举办义跑

日期 : 14-12-2019

时间 : 7:30am – 10:30am

现金奖将颁发给5km的前三名:

冠军: RM888 🏆

亚军 : RM555 🥇

季军 : RM333 🥈

请多多支持哦☺☺🤩

有时间一起来接地气吧🎉🎉👍🏻感谢2019,健康平安的迎接2020🎉🎉🤩🤩

Run for C.A.R.E (Children Awareness Responsible Environment) 2019

Ivy Tan (2nd from right) with Thomas Ong (4th from right), Takeshi Matsukata (5th from right), John Tok (6th from right) and other representatives from various groups at the Press conference for Run For C.A,R.E. 2019

JOHOR BAHRU, November 19, 2019: Get active, have fun and do your bit for charity before 2019 ends, by taking part in “RUN FOR C.A.R.E (Children Awareness Responsible Environment)”, happening on December 14 in CI Medini here from 7.30am to 10.30am.

Jointly organised by Kiwanis Club of Taman Sentosa, CI Medini and Master Paw Feng Shui Consultancy, the fundraising charity run is targeting to raise RM250,000 for special children who have autism, Down Syndrome, learning disorder, among others.

Forty per cent of the amount raised will be channelled to the Kiwanis Careheart Centre in Persisiran Sutera Danga 1, Taman Sutera Utama, Johor Baru, while 30 per cent will be allocated for the purchase of Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus (MNT) vaccines from UNICEF, and the remaining 30 per cent will be go to Sopheak’s Friendship School (SFS) in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

However, SFS representative Thomas Ong, a popular Singaporean actor told a recent press conference that SFS will donate its entire thirty per cent quota to Kiwanis Careheart Centre instead.

Ong said the reason for this was because SFS had raised a sufficient amount of funds in its last activity and is able to cope with SFS’ operating expenses for now.

“We decided to give up our allocation as we feel the money should go to those who are more in need of it. I have just visited the Kiwanis Careheart Centre and I’m very satisfied with the environment but I also understand the urgency of this fundraising campaign,” Ong said.

Event organising chairman John Tok said this is the first time the non-governmental organisation is organising a fundraising charity run that will benefit underprivileged children across the globe regardless of race and ethnicity.

Tok urged the public to lend a helping hand as the event can motivate one to adopt a healthy lifestyle as well as perform charity.

Kiwanis Club of Taman Sentosa president Ivy Tan said that there are currently 67 special children studying in the Kiwanis Careheart Centre.

Tan said the centre is dedicated to helping intellectually-challenged children acquire skills that will integrate them into society when they grow up.

“The centre spends about RM50,000 every month. We will provide different types of assistance based on the economic situation of each family. The minimum fee is RM400 per month. Therefore, we need public assistance to maintain and run the centre.”

Also present was CI Medini managing director Takeshi Matsukata.

The charity run features two categories — 5 km and 8 km. Registration fee is RM60 for adults, RM30 for children aged 7 to 12, and free for children under 7 years old. A school or college with more than 10 participants can sign up at a special rate of RM40.

To date, 200 people have signed up for the run.

Those who wish to sponsor or participate in the event can visit Kiwanis Club of Taman Sentosa Facebook Page or call 019-711 3383, 012-779 8156, 012-772 7736 for further enquiries.

For the Chinese version of the story, please go to the links below

https://www.sinchew.com.my/pad/con/content_2149415.html

https://www.enanyang.my/news/20191120/圣淘沙同济会筹募25万-br下月14日办慈善义跑

 

 

Energy

Ripples of energy

I decided to close a chapter of my life on 1111 (Nov 11), and am now embarking on a new journey.

In life we are constantly creating ripples of energy, and these ripples go out into the universe before coming back to us. So be mindful of your thoughts, emotions and action, and what you send out.

But the Dark Night of the Soul is a necessity. It is a life cycle that everyone has to go through before a new dawn can emerge. It is life’s test, of sort.

From my Dark Night of the Soul phase, I would like to think I rose from the ashes like the phoenix. I believe in living a life of authenticity.