Tuesday, January 11, 2011

A date with Eden charity food fair

Eden Handicap Service Centre, a non-profit organisation was organising its annual Charity Food Fair, targetting to raise RM200,000.00 for the Centre's operation fund.
Everyone showed their support in a meaningful way. We reached PISA on 15.5.2010 in the afternoon. We supported this meaningful event by buying coupons. We attended the food fair for years.
Wow,it was crowded! Food Fair is a great place to stop for a quick meal. There were many stalls selling different food. White tents were set up and they looked nice.
We had our lunch here. We were looking for something really special . A pancake which top with a scoop of ice cream and canned mixed fruit.
A very quick healthy and wholesome breakfast. It looked yummy and we were sure it tasted yummy too. We loved the food decoration as well.
Take your time and enjoy your meal, girls.

Sister Xuan Yun was busy selling souvenirs and handicrafts at the stall. She enjoys the fun of making handicraft. Dad and mom like her artwork very much.
Beautiful mini flowers bunch are handcraft from bread clay by high-skilled craftsmanship.

Do you like these handcrafted clay pink rose ?
Lydia and Priscilla, clay art encourages us to build and develop our confidence in our own creative abilities through hands-on. Beautiful handmade hairclip clay from auntie Xuan Yun.

A delightful present for family and friends. Both of you learned to make your own keychains from auntie Xuan Yun before.

This is a fun and creative craft for school-aged children.
One of the stalls which selling handicrafts and souvenirs.
We continue with our food craving. Sausage with a cheese filling. Mom doesn't like sausage.
Both of you couldn't wait to try this out. Street food is a great way to experience a bit of the local culture when you're on the move. Anyway, girls, limit fat intake by avoiding deep-fried foods and choosing healthier cooking.
Dad and mom met up with old friend, Xiao Xia. She was good at type setting. We proud of our disabled friend. God made each and every one of us and knows our individual limitations. He will expect from each of us those things that He knows we are capable of doing.
We also met Tat Aik at the food fair. He is in charge of the recycling program in Eden Handicap Service Centre. Mom always keeps the recycled items for him those days.

Lydia and Priscilla, all of us fall short of glory of God. Sin is the greatest disability known to mankind. There is only one perfect human, Jesus Christ. All else on earth are "disabled" compared to Him.

Mr Bertie Tye, the General Manager of Eden Handicap Service Centre Berhad was greeting with mom. Bertie dedicated himself to a life-long battle for disabled friends. Let's give him a clap.

Madeline is a good companion, helper and assistant to Bertie Tye. She was made to be her husband's unique helper.

Girls, please give you hand for friendship to handicapped friends. Always remember the sick, and disabled in your prayers. The Gospel itself is indeed the good news we can share with our disabled friends. Whether disabled or able, we are all precious in His sight.

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