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 […]
Trip Report by Rey Chen. Team ieat Makan Mission III Prior to setting off for Sandakan, information from various resources led me to think that my understanding of the area was sufficient. This, however, was not the case once I explored the relatively unknown Malaysian city for myself. A Goducate-ieatishootipost New School Project When Goducate […]
The ieatishootipost School Building Fund needs your help!
This year, our aim is to raise $100K for our Sandakan School Building Project and so far we have just crossed the $70K mark, so we have a bit more work to do! Fortunately, our sponsors MHCAsia have been very generous in their support and in the lead up to their Annual Dinner next week, […]
Click “Like” and donate $1 to our Sandakan Project
“Like” this photo to donate $1 Thanks to all ieatishootipost readers for your generous support for our Sandakan School Building Project. So far, total collection this year is approaching $70k and I shall be leading a team to visit the villages in July to see some of the new schools that have been set up […]
Ieat’s 3rd Makan Mission to Sandakan: Registration now opened
My recent interview with Desmond Wong on ieat’s Mission to build Schools in Sandakan. This year we have raised around $65K through the sale of books and makan sessions for our Sandakan school building project and so we are planning trip up in July to see how the new schools are progressing. The kids in […]
Report by Joao, pictures by iJeff and Cactuskit You may recall that over the course of several makan sessions in 2010, the ieatishootipost community managed to raise $22k to buy a vehicle for the children in Sandakan. You may also recall reading that the sales of “The End of Char Kway Teow” books netted $21,966 […]
Ieat Makan Session: Fukuichi Japanese Seafood Fest and Update on Goducate
Registration is closed! Thanks for your overwhelming support! Notice is hereby given that the next ieat makan session will be on held next Friday at Fukuichi Restaurant. Fukuichi will be putting Alaskan King Crabs on their menu soon, so we are going to be the privileged to be able to get a preview of it. […]
The ieat Beef Appreciation II: Now Bigger and Juicier!
Thanks for the overwhelming support! Registration is closed! OK, a lot of kakis have been asking me to organize another beef appreciation session because they couldn’t get in on the last one. So here it is! The Registration for the ieat Beef Appreciation Session II is now opened! This session will be conducted by Ernst […]
Trip Report by Holydrummer Dedicated to the brave volunteers, teachers & children in Sandakan. Our team presenting our cheque to Goducate To my wonderful companions on the journeyLeslie, Lisa, Wee Kiat, Shirley, Ryan, Jimmy, Irene, Nicholas, Huiwen, Estee, Sheylara, Kay, Amylia, Veronica, Pastor Victor & Dr. Paul Choo. The greater community of ieatishootipost had toiled […]
ieat’s inaugural overseas Makan Mission! Sandakan here we come!
Today marks another milestone in the life of the blog. We shall be making our very first Makan Mission trip later this evening, bringing a group of 15 Kakis to Sandakan to present our cheque of $22K to our friends from Sandakan. Our ieat Team members, Cactuskit, Soundman, Rockett Girl, Cactuskitty, IF, Holydrummer will be […]
First Ieat Overseas Volunteer cum Makan Trip!: Sandakan here we come!
Thanks to the generous donations from our ieat community and the $ for $ matching from MHCAsia, we have managed to raise $22,125 for the ieat van project in Sandakan! So we are planning our very first Volunteer cum overseas Makan trip! The four day trip will be from Friday 17 Sep to Monday 20 […]
It took almost a year to eventuate, but we finally managed to get Gen Shu to cook us a banquet! Last Friday, over 150 ieatishootipost readers gathered in Pasir Ris to share a Hong Kong style meal together at the most unlikely of places, a community centre. If you have never thought of eating at […]