It’s still not too late to catch these two events at tHe Spring today. I didn’t have time to go and only managed to go there yesterday to take some photos for the sake of blogging *LOL* Couldn’t stay too long there to see what One Life has to offer as we need to go to another place to meet some friends. Maybe will go later today again? We’ll see how.
One Life is brought to you by World Vision. I knew about this organisation ever since I’m in secondary school but never participate in any of its event. I went to Miri last year in conjunction of Femine 30, I didn’t participate hehehe… I just took the opportunity to go there with my friend and explore(sort of explore) Miri on my own as my friend was there to participate.
â€˜One Life Revolutionâ€™ exhibition is an interactive exhibition that allows visitors to walk in the shoes of children who endure extraordinary hardships because of AIDS/HIV and trafficking. There was long queue to get into the exhibition hall. Before you go in, you will be given an earphone and you will explore the “room” with it to experience the whole thing.
Hopefully this will inspire you and help you learn how you can help transform a life. You can buy some items there such as flip-flops or t-shirts. Did you know you can sponsor a child with only RM50 per month? If you would like to know more, you can visit World Vision at http://www.worldvision.com.my
At the same time, there’s Cooking Demonstrations by Ta Kiong.
When we were there, they were having Japanese food preparation demo. Today is the last day. For day time, the cooking demos are only open to those that had registered and paid for it, you got to try them out with your own hands guided by the chefs. In the evening, it’s free for all.
Today is the last day. If you don’t want to miss them, go now!