Fresh from last Sunday's Terry Fox Run, this coming Sunday sees another charity run organized by the National University of M'sia to raise funds for the needy in PPUKM. The interesting part of the run is that it's held in UKM, Bangi - a venue I've not ran in before which should make this an interesting run.
What's Fox, Pretty Celebrity, Boardgames, and Hope have in common? They all appeared in last Sunday's charity run in aid of cancer research, the famous TERRY FOX RUN! Were you not there? Aiyoh...
ZUMBA YOUR WAY TO CHARITYA group of dancers are hoping to raise Rm60,000 for Kiwanis Bangsar by doing a 2-hr public Zumba Fitness dance class cum party! Apa tu Zumba?Hmm... from their official site, it says Zumba is a hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves creating a one-kind fitness program that'll blow us away. J... Continue Reading →
Siem Reap is a place that evokes mixed feelings of melancholy and happiness. Happy becoz I'd a tremendous time there two years ago during our Angkor Way '08 trip with a group of friends. The temples & ruins of Angkor were magnificent and still holds an awe of a civilization long gone. My blog about... Continue Reading →
A missed call in the morning apparently came from a running fren Yvonne - read her blog on tis run here - (whom I first met thru boardgaming) asking if I was willing to help support some teens in their charity work. Why, yes.. why not?The event is The Treehuggers Club's Jog for Hope, organized... Continue Reading →
Sunday, June 28. Finally... Run Day is here! After weeks of anticipation, THIS IS IT!A sell-out crowd of 12,500 runners... from over 30 countries. All converging this day to Dataran Merdeka to run a good race, be it the full marathon at 42km, the half- at 21km, the quarter at 10km (which is what I'm... Continue Reading →
It's not always that we get to combine our passion for life with charity work. When I first saw the StanChart KL Marathon (SCKLM) event, I was not sure of taking part. I've been increasing my mileage at the gym but a 10-km run is still a mid-distance run and if you intend to finish... Continue Reading →