It is heartening to see the joyful faces of the kids in our Root n Wings project again. It's been just over a year since they moved into their new premises and things have really settled down. You would have recalled that when we first met them in 2015, they were still living in a makeshift shophouse with a single toilet and nothing in the fridge!
It was just a year ago when I wrote about this orphanage in Batam. It was in such a bad state that we left there with a heavy burden of wanting help but clueless of what we can actually do to make a difference. A year later, we find ourselves standing in front of a brand new orphanage! We are simply amazed at how God brought like minded people together to build a new home for the kids!
Made a quick trip to Batam yesterday to have a look at the new orphanage building which we have been working on this year. It’s almost ready and the kids will be able to move in soon! I want to thank everyone who have contributed to this project! It was only a year ago when […]
It is so wonderful to see that the new orphanage building coming along so nicely! When we first visited the kids in Batam last year, we were so appalled by their living conditions and it is good to know that by September this year, they will be moving into their new home! Kudos to Project […]
Come find out more! Join us for afternoon tea where we will present details of the orphanage. The members of Project Huios and the director of the orphanage from Batam will be present to answer your questions. There are also monthly trips to visit the orphanage which you may sign up for! I look forward to meeting you there!
“Happy Go Round” is an initiative to reach out to those segments of our society whom I feel have been largely ignored. The idea is simple. Food = Happiness. So we spread happiness around through food! Singapore depends on these foreign workers who have left their own homes to work on our shores to build […]
I have been wanting to do something to express our gratitude and support for the thousands of migrant workers who come to Singapore to help build our country. On 10 Jan 2015, we will be having a BBQ party where we will visit one of the dormitories and show them a bit of Singaporean hospitality! […]
Safe, drinking water is something we all take for granted in Singapore. However, there are millions around the world who do not have access to clean water. Water is the source of life and dirty water is not just dirty but deadly. 1.8 million people die of diseases related to dirty water every year, which […]
Today is Giving Tuesday. It is a National day of giving and you can play a part in making December 3 to be Singapore’s biggest day of giving! You all may know about our latest ieatishootipost T shirts. Those of you who have ordered the T shirts should be receiving them any time now. Together […]
Shoot First Then Eat: The 2013 Ieatishootipost T-Shirts
Introducing this year’s ieatishootipost T shirt! The first T Shirt (that I know of) specially designed to celebrate the hobby of food photography! Do you take photos of food before you eat? Are you the one who is always holding everyone up from eating while you take that perfect shot? Well, instead of being sheepish […]
Diner en Blanc vs Ultimate Hawker Fest: Let’s Celebrate Our Own Hawker Food!
By now you might have heard about the Diner En Blanc fiasco where the organizers have dismissed Chicken Rice and Tau Huay food that are not considered “quality” enough to be brought to the chic picnic. In order to be invited to the event, the organizers have asked food bloggers to write a blog post […]
Happy New Year: Ieatishootipost’s New Year’s resolution…..
Goducate’s Founder Dr Paul Choo featured as Asians of the Year It has been a milestone year for ieatishootipost in terms to our commitment to help the less fortunate. This year we managed to hit our target of raising $100k for Goducate’s work in Sandakan. Thanks very much to everyone here for your support and […]