Sunday, February 13, 2022

Charity Bazaar @ Taman Midah Cheras (9 January 2022)

Last month my wife was invited to participate in a Charity Bazaar at the Taman Midah's morning market. Together with her classmates and my 2 God Sons, we headed to Cheras before sunrise for the fund raising event.



My God Son markets his own brand of soya milk and soya pudding in the Klang Valley's region. He agreed to set up a stall at the bazaar and do some charity too. I carried his placard sign and loudspeaker microphone to yell out for the morning aunties!!



Does this uncle look like a Soya Mascot? I will ask the God Son to hire me then.



The young customers started buying our freshest soya milk at 7.00am. What a great choice to have this for a healthy breakfast - Soybar's Soya Milk and Pudding.



My wife and her classmates sold Bak Kwa Buns! They also received the earliest customers to buy many buns home for their own family's breakfast. That gave me an idea how lovely the families in Cheras are. The parents would go food hunting while the kids are still snoring in beds. I must ask Kris whether she was there (?)



This Ah Moi is my wife who has expert hands in cooking and serving customers. She started helping her parents at the coffee shop when she was barely 4 years old!


 
The Bak Kwa Buns tasted good and yummy!


This is another schoolmate of my wife who happens to be a relative. Aaron Choo is a tough Ironman participant who ran across Langkawi, Danang, Germany and Australia for the Ironman Race. A tough sportsman he is and he could easily help to fry 100 eggs for the Bak Kwa Buns.



Our gang of helpers got up really early on a Sunday to set up the 2 stalls at the charity bazaar.




There were many other stalls too. They sold food, CNY goodies, books, toys, household stuffs, plants and many others. Our 2 stalls were one of the earliest to sell off everything.



 My 2 God Sons and I.  They are best friends today. I felt very honoured to be adopted by them as a God Father instead of their best friend. 



 
This is my God Son's soya milk and pudding business today. 



 
If you see it being sold at coffee shops or stores, try them. They are very fresh with no preservatives at all and made from Non-GMO Canada soybean. (Hey, this is not a paid post)


Produce & Bottled by:
JTYY Enterprise
A-G-1, Plaza Prima Setapak,
Jalan Prima Setapak 5.
53300, Taman Setapak, Kuala Lumpur.

You can place your order HERE!








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21 comments:

  1. First of all, I love Soybar....the chilled bean curd is great! ;) No wonder the sign looked familiar to me in your first shot. You didn't mention in your comment on my post on Soybar earlier that this soy milk & pudding business is owned by your godson, so I wasn't aware until now. They first operated from a different coffee shop in my taman and then they upped and left and in its place was Soykid. Soykid tried to pass off (to me) that they were the same as Soybar (I wasn't fooled into thinking they were the same coz there's no reason to change name for no apparent reason as the goodwill will be lost). I was even contemplating to order from their online store but I later found them (and was reunited) with Soybar at another coffeeshop...lol. Now I can enjoy my soy desserts again...yeh! ;) You have too very enterprising godsons.

    Of course your stall is the first to sell out lah...coz they have you to promote their products! :D And the aunties can't resist your charms and funny antics. P/S: And no, this mother was not food hunting for her son as she's the one who is still snoring in bed at that time...wuahahahaha!

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    1. My thousand apologies to you as I was already sick like a dog and blurr on 13 October. I had posted my blog and deleted twice due to insurance woes. When I saw the little guy's head on the signboard of the coffee shop in your post, I really thought he looked like my God Son's graphic image. I didn't meet him during the MCO lockdown and had no idea that his soya business had a brand. I thought he merely supplied fresh drinks and pudding directly to the kitchens. Now I read back your post and could better understand your opinion as I have recently explored his business operations. I actually brought home a dozen of his soya drinks and pudding from the fair. I must say that I was very surprised that they still tasted superb and fresh when I finished the last lot a week later. I was impressed and complimented his imported quality bottles that kept the drinks fresh.
      So this mummy Kris was still snoring in bed on Sunday. That should be the way!

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  2. Twilight = TaufuSaiSi?
    Charity sales have made a comeback!

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    1. I will invite you and KH to come over to support in the next charity fair.

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  3. wah young and handsome entrepreneur! u r one lucky godfather!

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    1. Oh yes! I am lucky always.

      He will say thank you when he reads your comments.

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  4. Always good to help out for charity. Doing good deed and enjoying it at the same time. You are now blessed with 2 young and handsome godsons.

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    1. Thank you very much and I hope to be able to do charity till my last breaths! Hahaha

      I have 5 God Children now and they are all beautiful.

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  5. Very good of you and your wife to participate in this charity bazaar. I bet it was a fun event. This Ah Hong Chee tak boleh run a stall. I will get very kelam kabut and nervous. So kudos to your wife for dishing out delicious bak kwa buns and her very early training helped! Kudos to you and your two Godsons too. You should be the Soybar mascot lah and you are an excellent salesman hah..hah... I read about Soybar from Kris' blog and she mentioned that there is a stall at Uptown but I could not find it. But never mind, I already ordered online for delivery this week! Hats off to your Godson for his enterprising sprit and I wish his lots and lots of success!

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    1. Thank you thank you Ah Hong Chee! I will inform him that you wish him all the success! He is on his way to get listed onboard Bursa Saham. Wakakakaka
      I felt so silly for not knowing that Kris wrote about his Soybar earlier on. I think I was admitted to the 2nd hospital that day. I was so sick and blurr like Sotong lying on hopital bed.

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  6. I "bok chan" your god son's soy milk too and shared in my blog. Aiyoyo, your god son so hensem!

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    1. Thank you very much for your support. I will drink more soya milk and look more hensem than him okay.

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  7. That was nice activity!! Good to do some charity.

    Bak kwa bun. Yum yum. Now I know what to do with the bak kwa in my fridge. Haha.

    Soya milk and pudding, bet lots of aunties bought them. Hehe

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    1. We always got involved with charity events every month this round was the first Charity Bazaar. It was fun and entertaining to watch people. Lots of young men bought the Soya Milk and Pudding instead.

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  8. Long time, no see! Whenever I visit this blog, I find you and your wife travelling or being involved in great events. To be a part of charity bazaar is one of the nicest things. As I’m lactose-tolerant, I always use soy milk for cooking and making sweets. Your God Sons and you look like three brothers, all are nice guys. Thanks for your visit and leaving comments.

    Yoko

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    1. Oh yessss! We look do like 3 brothers but they are calling me a God Father now. Hahahaha
      I find that Japanese people use a lot of soya in many dishes which is healthier and nice.

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  9. Wow! Looks like so much fun to participate in a charity bazaar like this. I once took part in a bazaar selling preloved items to customers face to face and gosh I was so nervous then. Not easy being your own boss lah. Wah your handsome godson caught the eyes of many ladies here. And so enterprising too, so young got his own brand and business, all the best! You are one lucky godfather to be blessed with two godsons.

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    1. I think one needs a lot of training and experience to do street sales. I have built my thick skin over the years so I am not shy to speak to strangers. Try selling bereavement products and you will overcome another level of bravery. I agree that it is not easy to be our own boss.
      This is a surprise that this God Son has attracted so many aunties. I hope his business will grow into bigger market soon.

      I have 5 God Children now! Am I not lucky?

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  10. You are blessed to have two handsome hunky god sons!

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    1. Bwahahahaha!! I thought you should say the 2 God Sons are blessed with an old handsome God Father! No meh???

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